Submission Preparation ChecklistAs part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
The submission is
i) in response to an invitation by the Guest Editor(s) for one of the special topic issues listed under ’Section’;
ii) for one of the CHIMIA columns. Please choose the probable issue listed in ’Section’, tick the corresponding 'Category', and indicate in the Comments to the Editor for which column the submission is intended;
iii) Non-invited submissions will be considered as Notes. Notes should be of high impact for the Swiss chemical community and particular consideration will be given to authors that have a close association with the Swiss chemical community. The section ‘Articles’ must be selected and a Letter to the Editor must be included to explain why the submission should be considered for publication in CHIMIA.
- The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
The submission file is in Microsoft Word (doc or docx) format. This will be used for processing. In addition a pdf version of the manuscript including the tables and graphics in the position they should appear in the final version,
should be submitted, which will be used as a definitive version in the event of errors in processing. For LaTeX, see next point in checklist.
- LaTeX files are acceptable, but not as a native file. Please generate a pdf and this will be used for the processing. Each chemical formula, figure or scheme must be saved in its native format or pdf in a separate file.
- Each formula, figure or scheme is saved in its native format or pdf in a separate file.
- The tables are set up with the table function of the word processing software or with the tabulator key.
- Times font is used for text and Symbol for Greek letters. Footnote management systems and end-of-line hyphenation are avoided.
- Please indicate in the 'Information for the Editor' the name of your Guest Editor, if appropriate, or the column for which your submission is intended, so that it can be properly assigned.
Vol 77 No 4 (2023) Laureates: Junior Prizes Fall Meeting 2022
Guest Editors: Eva Hevia, Hans Peter Lüthi
Vol 77 No 5 (2023) Flow Chemistry
Guest Editor: Claudio Battilocchio
Vol 77 No 6 (2023) Biocatalysis
Guest Editor: Rebecca Buller
Vol 77 No 7/8 (2023) SCS Laureates and Awards & Fall Meeting 2023
Guest Editor: Christian Bochet, Catherine E. Housecroft
Vol 77 No 9 (2023) The Swiss TPH: AT the Centre of Trans-global Health
Guest Editor: Jürg Utzinger
Vol 77 No 10 (2023) Division of Chemical Education
Guest Editor: Jan Cvengros
Vol 77 No 11 (2023) Soil Chemistry
Guest Editor: Claudio Screpanti
Vol 77 No 12 (2023) Green and Sustainable Chemistry - Waste Valorization
Guest Editors: Paul Dyson, Felix Bobbink, Fabrice Gallou
Vol 77 No 1/2 (2023) Artificial Intelligence in Chemical Research
Guest Editor: Torsten Luksch
Vol 77 No 3 (2023) NCCR Catalysis
Guest Editors: Lauren Gamp, Marie Francine Lagadec, Javier Pérez-Ramírez
- In signing this agreement, the corresponding author certifies that she or he is authorised by all authors of the manuscript detailed above to enter into these arrangements. All authors of the manuscript agree with the publication of the manuscript and all authors are entitled to enter into such arrangements.
- The submitted manuscript is original, written by the authors, and has not been published before (except in the form of an abstract or as part of a published lecture, report or working paper). The manuscript is not under consideration for publication elsewhere.
- The authors warrant and represent that the rights they grant in this agreement are not now subject to prior assignment, transfer or other encumbrance. This also applies to the text and photo originals attained from other sources (for which the authors have secured the right to reproduce any material that has already been published or copyrighted elsewhere).
- The manuscript contains nothing that is unlawful, libelous, or which would, if published, constitute a breach of contract or of confidence or of commitment given to secrecy.
- In the event that the parties to this agreement, either individually or collectively, are held responsible for damages and/or the costs of a legal process undertaken by a third party as a result of the authors’ actions under points 1, 2, 3, and 4, the authors agree to release the Swiss Chemical Society (Publisher) from the claims of the third party and to compensate the Publisher for any resulting legal costs.
- The authors agree to the following license and copyright agreement:
- Authors retain copyright in their work.
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- Authors are able to enter into separate, additional contractual arrangements for the non-exclusive distribution of their work, as long as the conditions of the CC BY 4.0 License are fulfilled and initial publication in CHIMIA is acknowledged.
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