The purpose of the Guide to Authors is to provide instructions and guidelines
that will assist authors, editors, and reviewers in preparing material for
publication in Current Research in Physics. The style guidelines presented here should be
followed by authors preparing a scientific research papers for publication
in Current Research in Physics.
Manuscripts that do not adhere to the following instructions will be returned
to the corresponding author for technical revision before undergoing peer
Papers should be in English, double spaced and single sided on 8.5" x 11"
or A4 paper with generous margins (at least 1" / 2.5cm). Emphasize any special
points in a covering letter from the submitting author.
Every manuscript submitted should be clearly labeled as being either:
• Research article
• Review article
The total number of pages should be listed.
Structure papers as follows: (a) Title page; (b) Title plus abstract on
the next page (omitting author details); (c) Keywords; (d) Text; (e) References;
(f) Figure and table legends; (g) Figures and (h) Tables.
Title page On a separate title page list:
• title and full names of all
• corresponding author's name
• full postal address
• suggestion for a short running
title of no more than 40 characters (including spaces)
• acknowledgements of research
support along with grant numbers (if applicable).
Title plus abstract Include, on a separate page, no more than 250 words that adequately
describe the work and highlight its significance. The abstract should include
only text. Avoid the use of abbreviations and references.
For the purposes of blind review, the title page with author details is
stripped out by the Editorial Office, so this page is the first to be seen
Include up to six keywords that describe your paper for indexing and for
Main headings should be typed in capitals, subheadings in lower case. Both
types of heading should be underlined. Footnotes should be avoided.
Equations should be typewritten and with the number placed in parentheses
at the right margin. Reference to the equation should use the form 'Eq.
(3)' or '(3)'.