Title (write your title here, Times New Roman size 15, bold)
Authors: List all the contributing authors here, full first and last names followed by initials of middle name if there is (for example: Ashutosh Tiwari1*, Yogendra K. Mishra2, Samit Kumar1*, Deepak K. Mishra)
1Author-affiliation 1: Department Name, Institute, University, Street address, city, postal code, country.
2Author-affiliation 2: Department Name, Institute, University, Street address, city, postal code, country.
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*Corresponding author/authors complete details (Telephone + E-mail)
(Times New Roman 10, Justified, 100-300 words maximum)
Please write here a concise abstract (max 300 words) which clearly reflects the exact findings demonstrated in the manuscript.
Keywords (up to 5): Supply appropriate keywords (each separated by ‘;’).
A detailed introduction is required here with proper emphasis about: (i) Importance of the addressed subject in general, (ii) importance of addressed subject in particular, (iii) related aspects covered in the literature, (iv) at the end a clear motivation about what is distinctiveness about the present work (what is new here or how it differs from the previous works). It must be written in such a way that readers can get a detailed overview about the addressed subject (past, present and future perspectives and challenges). References should be listed as initial first (Kumar, 2015; Kumar and Negi, 2012).
Introduction can be up to 1000 words (but this is not absolute limit).
Provide appropriate experimental details in this section in form of subsections:
Materials/ Chemicals details
Material synthesis / Reactions
Characterizations / Device fabrications /Response measurements
Results and discussion
Discuss all the results and corresponding discussions in this section. Make sure a proper that proper coherency is maintained and appropriate discussions are included.
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Figure can be directly inserted with the running text at relevant places (they can also be given at the end, after the references in the order of figure number, figure and a caption, one figure on one page).
A maximum of 6 figures (including schematics) is allowed. Each figure can be combined with multiple figures in form of a, b, c, d……. (In exceptional case 7 figures would be fine).
Remaining figures can be given in supplementary information file as additional supporting data (which will be freely available on the journals website). The supplementary info figures must be appropriately indexed in the text at the relevant places in the main manuscript.
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Use chemdraw to insert chemical formula.
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Appropriate conclusion needs to written here which reflects the exact finding demonstrated in the paper.
This work was supported by Funding Program for Next-Generation World-Leading Researches (NEXT Program) and KAKENHI from JSPS. A.A. and T.S. thank the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science for a Young Scientist Fellowship.
Conceived the plan: xx, xy, yz; Performed the expeirments: xx, xy; Data analysis: xx yz; Wrote the paper: xx, xy, yz (xx, xy, yz are the initials of authors). Authors have no competing financial interests.
References (follow reference style as below, journal abbreviation must be taken from Chemical Abstract Service, CAS database).
- Scientific article
Sanchez, C., Belleville, P., Popall, M., & Nicole, L. (2011). Applications of advanced hybrid organic–inorganic nanomaterials: from laboratory to market.Chemical Society Reviews, 40(2), 696-753.
Tiwari, A., & Kobayashi, H. (Eds.). (2013). Responsive Materials and Methods: State-of-the-art Stimuli-responsive Materials and Their Applications. John Wiley & Sons.
(c) Book Chapter
Nam, K.; Kishida, A. (2012). Application of the Collagen as Biomaterials, In Biomedical Materials and Diagnostic Devices; Tiwari, A.; Ramalingam, M.; Kobayashi, H.; Turner, A.P.F. (Eds.); Wiley: USA, pp. 3-18.,
Taguchi, N. (1962). Published patent application in Japan. S37-47677, October.
(e) Meeting/Conference/Symposium Abstract:
Kumar, S. and Negi, Y. S. (2012), Nanoparticles Synthesis from Corn Cob (Xylan) and Their Potential Application as Colon-Specific Drug Carrier. Macromol. Symp., 320: 75–80.
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- Experimental setups/ Schematics
- Chamical formulas/ Theoretical calculations
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