Policy Statements

Statement of Peer Review Policy

  • The submitted article is initially reviewed by the Editorial Board Member and screened for plagiarism checking.
  • Then sends it to selected referees for specialist review and Peer Review Process.
  • During the review process, the Editorial Board Member or the reviewer may ask the author to make revisions according to the comments made in the peer-review process.
  • If the revision is not satisfactory it may be sent back to revise again.
  • Based on the revised manuscript Editor makes the final decision whether the manuscript should be published or not.
  • The standard peer-review process together with plagiarism checking, language editing and technical handling of the manuscript may take up to 1-2 months and it may take possibly longer if the author is asked to make second or third revisions to the manuscript.

Statement of Publication Ethics

Established in 2008, RASĀYAN Journal of Chemistry is a peer-reviewed international quarterly research journal of chemical science with its multidisciplinary nature, which is SCOPUS(Elsevier) indexed since 2008 and published as open access as well as a print journal. To maintain the publication ethics and credibility of research RASĀYAN Journal of Chemistry we follow the high standards of research, originality, and ethical practices. We expect our contributors to follow the same and maintain the ethics of the Open Access publication system.

  1. Plagiarism
  2. RASĀYAN Journal of Chemistry relay on the no-plagiarism policy. We consider only the original and unpublished work in our journal. We screen all the submitted manuscripts through plagiarism screening tools. If any manuscript is detected with plagiarized contents are rejected and encourage the authors for revision as per the reviewer’s comments.

  3. Fabrication or Falsification
  4. If the submitted manuscripts are found fabricated or falsified, such articles will be rejected at any stage of the publication process.

  5. Duplicate Manuscript Submission
  6. A content submitted for review if overlaps or substantially related to any published article is considered as duplicate content and is not encouraged.

  7. Permissions to reproduce published material
  8. If Author(s) want to reproduce someone else’s published content in his manuscript, the author needs to take a letter of approval/permission from the respective publisher/owner.

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