Editorial Policies

Focus and Scope

The journal aims to publish mini papers at the forefront of nanoscale science and technology and especially those of an interdisciplinary nature. Mini articles which are very short papers (no longer than 4 pages) containing useful data, descriptions or other information that are too limited to carry a full research article.

Mini articles may consist of a single, but well-described piece of information, such as:

  • data and/or a plot plus a description,
  • description of a new method or instrumentation,
  • negative results,
  • concept or design study.

Mini articles should be self-contained, provide the scientific context of the described work and consist of the following elements: a title, list of authors (plus affiliations), abstract, keywords, a main text and at least 4 references.

Towards ensuring high editorial standards, every article submission is preliminarily assessed by the editors of the journal before being sent to independent referees.

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Section Policies

Articles

Checked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Checked Peer Reviewed
 

Peer Review Process

The Open Journal of Nano is a thrice published journal and operates an online submission and peer review system allowing authors to submit articles online and track their progress via its web interface. The journal  aims for a publication speed of 45 days from submission until final publication.

 

Publication Frequency

Three times a year.
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Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.

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Archiving

This journal utilizes the LOCKSS system to create a distributed archiving system among participating libraries and permits those libraries to create permanent archives of the journal for purposes of preservation and restoration. More...

 

About The Open Journal of Nano

The journal aims to publish mini papers at the forefront of nanoscale science and technology and especially those of an interdisciplinary nature. Mini articles which are very short papers (no longer than 4 pages) containing useful data, descriptions or other information that are too limited to carry a full research article.

Mini articles may consist of a single, but well-described piece of information, such as:

  • data and/or a plot plus a description,
  • description of a new method or instrumentation,
  • negative results,
  • concept or design study.

Microarticles are very short papers (no longer than 2 pages) containing useful data, descriptions or other information that are too limited to carry a full research article.

Microarticles may consist of a single, but well-described piece of information, such as:

  • data and/or a plot plus a description,
  • description of a new method or instrumentation,
  • negative results,
  • concept or design study.

Microarticles should be self-contained, provide the scientific context of the described work and consist of the following elements: a title, list of authors (plus affiliations), abstract, keywords, a main text and at least one reference.

Microarticles may also serve as complementary publications to the full research articles. This allows researchers to bring their data and all of the details necessary to understand and reproduce scientific experiments to the forefront.

Submit your microarticle to Results in Physics and experience quick review and publication processes: http://ees.elsevier.com/rinp/default.asp

- See more at: http://www.elsevier.com/journal-authors/authors-update/issue-9/elseviers-results-in-physics-announces-the-launch-of-the-new-microarticle-publication-format#sthash.6c5vZWh6.dpuf

To be publishable in this journal, papers must meet the scientific quality standards, contain significant and original new science.

Mini articles should be self-contained, provide the scientific context of the described work and consist of the following elements: a title, list of authors (plus affiliations), abstract, keywords, a main text and at least 4 references.

Towards ensuring high editorial standards, every article submission is preliminarily assessed by the editors of the journal before being sent to independent referees.

 

Call for Papers

The Open Journal Of Nano invites mini research, review papers along with general Articles.

 

Abstracting and Indexing Information

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Editorial Procedure

For original papers, maximum 7000 words are accepted (including Abstract, Keywords, References, Figures and Tables), processed with MS editing facilities.

For review papers (critical evaluation of existing data, defined topics or emerging fields of investigation, criticalissues of public concern), maximum of 15000 words are accepted (including Abstract, Keywords, References, Figures and Tables).

Manuscripts should be written in US English and submitted electronically, in *.doc or *.docx format. Submission can be send by registering as an author or by sending at mstfacan at gmail dot com. Please be sure to include your full affiliation address and e-mail address.



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