Information for Authors

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Style and Notation

I. Introduction
It is essential that notation be consistent and standardized so that all papers can be processed efficiently. This guide has been arranged so it can be used as a reference manual.

II. Style of A Manucsript
The basic parts of a manuscript are discussed below. Those parts which must be included in every manuscript are marked with an asterisk.

A. *Title
Titles are to be simple and concise. Begin the first word with a capital letter; thereafter capitalize only proper or trade names and chemical symbols. The use of nonstandard abbreviations and acronyms is not allowed. Unnecessary words (a, on, an, the, etc.) at the beginning of the title should be dropped.

B. *Author(s) name(s)
It is preferable to use only one form of your name as an author in all of your publications.

C. *Author(s) affiliation(s)
Write out the names and postal addresses of all institutions in full. Include box numbers, apartment numbers, or street numbers only if necessary for effective mail delivery. ZIP codes are required for U.S. addresses.

D. *Receipt date
The received date indicates the date the manuscript was received by the scientific editor. This date will be verified by the editor and will appear in the printed article.

E. *Abstract
An abstract should consist of one paragraph and be completely self-contained. It cannot contain numbered references. Any displayed equations and tabular materials are not allowed. Nonstandard symbols and abbreviations must be defined clearly.

F. *Physics and Astronomy Classification Scheme (PACS) indexing codes
Manuscript must be assigned indexing codes, no more than four index number codes.

G. *Main body of the paper—
Of course, the body of the paper should be divided into sections by section headings and subheadings. However, headings may not always require. To ensure best fit of subject matter equations, tabular material, figures, and references should also follow a sequential numerical scheme.

1. Types of headings and section-head numbers
I. Principal Heading
Centered heading, all capital letters, preceded by a roman numeral and a period.
A. First subheading
Centered heading, first word capitalized, preceded by a roman capital letter and a period.
1. Second subheading
Centered heading, first word capitalized, all italic, preceded by an Arabic numeral and a period.
(a).Third subheading
first word capitalized, all italic, preceded by a lowercase letter or number in parentheses.

2. Reference, figure, and table numbering
All the references, figures, and tables must be cited consecutively in numerical order. Tables are with roman numerals (I, II, III, etc.).
Figures areArabic numerals (1, 2, 3, etc.) with (a), (b), (c), etc., e.g., Fig. 1(a).

3. Equation numbering
Equations may be numbered consecutively with Arabic numbers within parentheses [(1), (2), (3), etc.], and are placed to the extreme right of the equation.

H. Acknowledgments
The acknowledgment section precedes any appendixes. It would be one paragraph. Acknowledgment of financial support will be included at the end. This will be a principal heading section, but without numbering.

I. Appendix(es)
Appendixes are placed after the acknowledgmentsand before the references. It will be a principal heading. An example appears below:
(more than one appendix, all must be titled).
The Equations are numbered likely to be [(A1), (A2), (A3),…….. (B1), (B2), (B3),….., (C1), (C2), (C3)……etc.]

J. *Footnotes and reference citations
1. Footnotes
Footnotes, always as superscripts, use these symbols: *, †, ‡, §, k, ¶, **, ††, ‡‡, §§, kk, ¶¶ or use lowercase letters a, b, c, etc.

2. Reference citations
Reference citations must be as follows: [1]. J. M. Marlowe, R. Harris, C. Grace, and A. David, Sci. Rev. 1, 30, 2001.
[2]. J. M. Scott, Sci. Rev. 26, 1, 2001; Nucl. Phys. A 12, 1, 2002. [Note that a semicolon is used between sources.]
[3]. J. M. Scot, Sci. Rev. 26, 1, 2001; Nucl. Phys. A 19, 1, 2002; Phys. Lett. 20, 1, 2003.