Author Guidelines

EDITORIAL POLICY

The NJNS Journal of Natural Sciences (NJNS) publishes authentic contributions on all features and attributes of natural sciences. The journal intends to serve as a platform for the publications of worldwide high-quality peer-reviewed study paintings within the applicable field. Submission of a manuscript infers that it isn't being concurrently considered for publication elsewhere and that the authors have obtained the obligatory consultancy for publication. The goal of NJNS is to impart a quick channel for the full-length paper's publication in the area of natural sciences. Authors are requested to formulate their results briefly for effective communication. Each paper should be self-sufficient appropriately introduced, along with references, and fully documented with sufficient resources.

PAPER FORMAT

Paper General Requirements

The title page require the following criteria.

(1) Title of the article should be center justified and bold. Write in Times New Roman with font size 14 , not more than 200 words.

(2) Name(s) of the Author(s) should not more then 10, must insert the information about corresponding author along with their affiliation(s), addresses and were aligned center justified in Times New Roman with font size 12.

(3) Abstract keywords should be between 5 to 10.

(4) Start of the main text should be justified in Times New Roman with font size 12.

The rest of the pages would be comprised of the main text, Acknowledgements (if applicable). Appendices, References, Figures with captions, Tables with captions, justified, "Times New Roman, font size 12". All headings should be written with a left margin. "Times New Roman, font size 12, bold".

Editors have the authority to do amendments to ensure standardization. All texts should acquiesce in Microsoft Word; no other format is acceptable.

Corresponding/main author

Gratify clearly who is eager to handle correspondence at all stages of adjudicating, publication, and post-publication. Please clarify that telephone and fax numbers are provided in addition to e-mail and postal addresses. Full postal addresses are necesseraly given to all co-authors.

Abstract

The abstract should comprise about 250 words, briefly discuss the background, objectives, methods, and results. The structure of the abstract is enlisted under general requirements.

Introduction

This heading required the purpose of the article and recapitulate the rationale for the study. Please provide the appropriate references over here without any data or conclusions.

Methods

Categorize the method of investigation, applicability, and equipment used along with model and manufacturer’s information. Please also provide reference to the former work and adequate details to permit succeeding findings on the subject. Please mention each preparatory material, chemicals, raw material, chemical equations, procedure, and scientific rationalizations and justifications.

Results and discussion

The results should be addressed in a logical sequence. Tables and figures should be labeled properly and inserted nearby discussion. The subtitles for tables should be labeled sequentially and positioned at the top of the table, whereas the same should be addressed beneath the figure. In the course of the discussion, please accentuate new aspects and facets of the study and conclusions that infer from them. Link the conclusions with the objectives of the study provided in the introduction. Please elude testimonials that are not substantiated experimentally. Conftrmistic statements should also be avoided unless supported by a shred of overwhelming experimental evidence.  The new hypothesis may be stated when justified but used in association with proper recommendations.

Acknowledgments

Those persons or organizations may be acknowledged who contributed substantially or intellectually to the research. Mechanical assistance does not justify the authorship of the paper. It may be acknowledged in a distinct paragraph.

References

References should be itemized at the end of the paper, in the order in which they occur in the text. Cross-references may be made within the text in case required. They should be designated within the text by square bracket [2]. Examples:

Books:F. G. Hodge., ''Nickel and high nickel alloys", P.  A.   Schweitzer,  ed.,   Corrosion  and   Corrosion Protection  handbook,  New  York:  Marcel  Dekker, 1983, pp. 75-6.

Dissertations/theses: R. J. King, "Corrosion of steel weldments in permafrost", Ph.D. Thesis, The University of Calgary, Calgary, Canada, 1983.

Periodicals: N. A.  Shah, A.  Ali  and  A. Maqsood, "Preparation  and characterization of  CdTe for  solar cells,   detectors   and  related   thin  film   materials", Journal of Electronic Materials, Vol. 37, No.2, 2008, pp. 145-151.

Conference proceedings: C. Feng ''Transformation and structural changes in metals under shock and dynamic loading", Proceedings of International Conference on High Strain-Rate Phenomena in Materials, San Diego, CA, August 12-16, 1990.

Technical reports: E.E. Reber, R. L. Mitchell and C. J. Carter, "Oxygen absorption in the earth's atmosphere", Aerospace Corp., Los Angeles, CA, Tech. Rep. Tr-0200 (4230-46)-3, Nov. 1968.

Websites: B. Brandstaetter, "SMES optimization benchmark,  TEAM  problem  22,  3  parameter problem'', http://www.igte.tu - graz.ac.at/archive/team_new/team3.php.September 10,2008.

References Management Software

NJNS provides an output style for authors using Endnote that supports the formatting of citations and references.

NJNS Endnote Style

Figures and tables

Figures and tables should be entered as part of the text and must be separated from the text by a two-line space overhead and underneath in Microsoft Word. Please choose the table option to generate tables. The table should be introduced in the text close to the point of reference and the author(s) must make sure that a table does not overflow to the next page. The legends for tables should be labeled sequentially and placed overhead the table whereas the same should be positioned underneath the figure. Please warrant that figures/tables are legible in 3.2" column space.

Abbreviations and footnotes

Abbreviations must be defined when first used in the text but not in the abstract. Abbreviations for instruments (e.g., SEM and TEM should not be used for methodology, as scanning electron microscopy and transmission electron microscopy).

Footnotes may be added at the discretion of the authors where additional definition, explanation, or acknowledgment is deemed necessary. Manufacturer citation of trade names, instruments, model numbers, and products unique to the study may be included in the text Footnotes will not be involved in the reference list.

Units

Authors are encouraged to follow the basic SI system of units.  If the use of  SI  units would obstruct reader comprehension, then alternate metric units may be used. All data should then be given in metric units along with a list of conversion factors used.

Submission of manuscript

The manuscripts must be submitted online by the nominated corresponding author (one of the authors only). All papers should be submitted electronically according to the author's guidelines. See Submitting an Article for details.