Guidance For Authors

Innovational journal of Chemistry (IJChem) is Chemistry journal dedicated to innovative research in Chemsitry, which report studies concerning innovative chemistry in field of medicinal, organic, analytical, natural products. Innovational Journal of Chemistry (IJChem) is highly quality peer review international journal in the field of chemistry. The Innovational Journal of Chemistry is a global journal that publishes studies on all aspects of chemistry and new findings on enzyme inhibitors and inhibitory processes and agonist/antagonist receptor interactions in the development of medicinal and anti-cancer agents and an understanding of their action. Synthesis, Characterization of organic compounds by spectroscopic method, synthesis of small organic molecules/ small peptides, characterization of natural products, characterization of drug metabolites, Fundamental research on all aspects of analytical theory and methodology, such as innovative instrumental, chemical and biological approaches, detectors and sensors, sample analyzing methods and data analyzing are encouraged. detection and determination of metal ions, anions, and various organic, medicinal important and other substances. Analysis of toxins, metabolites, Establishment of analytical methods like HPLC, UV, UPLC, GC, GC-MS, LCMS, HPTLC, FTIR for identification/quantification of organic/inorganic/medicinal compounds, validation of analytical & bio-analytical method, newer analytical method, Biochemical analysis. Chemistry, Isolation methods of Pure natural compounds, characterization, pharmacological activity, therapeutic uses, biological product, biotechnology product, natural haromens, proteins, carbohydrate etc. It provides a medium for publication of original papers, laboratory notes, short or preliminary communications, and invited reviews.

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Manuscript Submission:

All submissions should be made online at Innovational Journal of Chemistry (IJChem) submit paper site.

File preparation and types

Manuscripts are preferred in Microsoft Word format (.doc files). Documents must be 1.5 spaced, with margins of one inch on all sides. The font size should be of 12pt but main Title should be of 16pt bold uppercase, main headings should be of 14pt uppercase, subheadings should be of 12pt bold lowercase. Tables and figures with captions should appear in appropriate place in the main text, there shall not be decorative borders anywhere in the text including the title page. These entire MS word document with graphs and illustration pasted in it shall not exceed 2 MB. References should be given in Vancouver style (see References section for example).

Manuscripts should be compiled in the following order: title page; abstract; introduction; results and discussion, Conclusion; Methodology or Experiment; acknowledgements; Declaration of Interest statement; references; appendices (as appropriate).

Innovational Journal of Chemistry (IJChem) publishes the following manuscript types:

  • Normal articles (original articles)
  • Short communications
  • Reviews

Title Page:

A title page should be provided comprising the manuscript title plus the full names and affiliations of all authors involved in the preparation of the manuscript. One author should be clearly designated as the corresponding author and full contact information, including phone number and email address, provided for this person. Three to six key terms that are not in the title should also be included on the title page. The keywords will assist indexers in cross indexing your article.


All original articles and reviews should start with an abstract of 250 or fewer words, summarizing the central core of knowledge that is the focus of the paper. The abstract contain the main objective, finding, method and conclusion. For a review article, it should contain as follows: context, objective, methods (including data sources, study selection and data extraction), results and conclusion. It should be written in an informative style permitting its use, without revision, by abstracting services, give essential details of research findings without further reference to the text, and avoid generalizations and nonessential information.

Main Text :

Original articles

The body of the article should include the following sections: introduction; methods; results; discussion; conclusions.


This section should state the relevance and background to the study, and its rationale and purpose and objective of the research.


This section should include only information that was available at the time the plan or protocol for the study was being written. You should describe your selection of the observational or experimental participants, identify the methods, apparatus and procedures in sufficient detail to allow others reseracher to reproduce the results, and describe essential statistical methods with enough detail to enable a knowledgeable reader with access to the original data to verify the reported results. Innovational Journal of Chemistry (IJChem) requires that studies involving humans, both volunteers and patients, or animals be approved by an institutional Ethical committee, in accordance with approved published guidelines by author country, prior to actually performing the research and publishing the data. Details including clinical trial registration number must be provided in the methods section if research includes studies conducted on human volunteers.


Present your results in logical sequence in the text, tables, and figures.


This should include implications of the findings and their limitations, with reference to all other relevant studies and the possibilities these suggest for future research.


This must summarise the main paper. Ensure that extrapolations are reasonable and that conclusions are justified by the data presented, and indicate if the study design can be generalised to a broader study population.


The body of a review article should be a comprehensive, scholarly evidence-based review of the literature, accompanied by critical analysis and leading to reasonable conclusions. Wherever possible, use primary resources, avoiding “Data on File”, “Poster” or other unpublished references.


Any acknowledgement authors wish to make should be included in a separate headed section at the end of the manuscript preceding any appendices, and before the references section. Please do not incorporate acknowledgement into notes or biographical notes. The Acknowledgement section details special thanks, personal assistance, and dedications. Contributions from individuals who do not qualify for authorship should also be acknowledged here.

Declaration of Interest:

Declarations of interest, however, refer to statements of financial support and/or statements of potential conflict of interest. Within this section also belongs disclosure of scientific writing assistance (use of an agency or agency/ freelance writer), grant support and numbers, and statements of employment, if applicable. All declarations of interest must be outlined under the subheading ‘Declaration of interest’. If authors have no declarations of interest to report, this must be explicitly stated. The suggested, but not mandatory, wording in such an instance is: The authors report no declarations of interest.


References should be given in the Vancouver style. Citation in the text is by Arabic numbers in brackets in superscript after text: Example; During the past two decades, the frequency of invasive and systemic fungal infections has increased dramatically in the population with altered immunity (1), (2,3) etc. References should be arranged in a numbered list at the end of the manuscript following the style below:


  • Gupta R, Gupta A. Synthesis and spectral studies of nitrosourea derivatives of 3-methyl– 5/7-dichloro-4h-1,4-benzothiazines as possible bifunctional anticancer agents. Heteroletters 2011;1(4):351-358.
  • Book: Kao F. An Introduction to Respiratory Physiology. New York: Elsevier North Holland, 1973:50-61.
  • Contribution to a book: Morgenstern H, Glazer WM, Wagner R, Doucette J. The impact of neuroleptic medications on the incidence of tardive dyskinesia in an outpatient population. In: Keyzer H, Eckert GM, Forrest IS, Gupta RR, Gutmann F, Molnar J, ed. Thiazines and Structurally Related Compounds. Malabar, FL: Krieger Publishing Co USA; 1992. P. 379-388.
  • Electronic Resources: Bhadoriya K S, Sharma M C, Jain S V, Raut G S, Rananaware J R. Three-dimensional quantitative structure–activity relationship (3D-QSAR) analysis and molecular docking-based combined in silico rational approach to design potent and novel TRPV1 antagonists. Med Chem Res 2012; Available at: . Accessed on 15 December 2012


Tables should be used only when they can present information more efficiently than running text. Care should be taken to avoid any arrangement that unduly increases the depth of a table, and the column heads should be made as brief as possible, using abbreviations liberally. Lines of data should not be numbered nor run numbers given unless those numbers are needed for reference in the text. Columns should not contain only one or two entries, nor should the same entry be repeated numerous times consecutively.


Illustrations (line drawings, halftones, photos, photomicrographs, etc.) should be submitted as digital files for highest quality reproduction and should follow these guidelines:

  • 300 dpi or higher
  • Sized to fit on journal page
  • EPS, JPG, TIFF, or PSD format only
  • Submitted not as separate files, embedded in the text

Copyright and Permissions:

It is a condition of publication that authors assign copyright or license the publication rights in their articles, including abstracts, to Innovational Journal of Chemistry (IJChem). This enables us to ensure full copyright protection and to disseminate the article, and the Journal, to the widest possible readership in print and electronic formats as appropriate. Authors may, of course, use the article elsewhere after publication without prior permission from Innovational Journal of Chemistry (IJChem), provided that acknowledgement is given to the Journal as the original source of publication.

Authors are required to sign an agreement for the transfer of copyright to the publisher. All accepted manuscripts, artwork, and photographs become the property of the publisher. A copyright agreement form can be downloaded by corresponding authors of accepted manuscripts with proofs. This should be signed and returned Innovational Journal of Chemistry (IJChem).

Authors are themselves responsible for obtaining permission to reproduce copyright material from other sources.

Additional Information


Usual practice will involve corresponding authors receiving email notification with PDF copy of paper. Hard copies of proofs will not be mailed. To avoid delays in publication, corrections to proofs must be returned within 48 hours, by electronic transmittal, or mail. If authors do not return page proofs promptly, the Publisher reserves the choice to either delay publication to a subsequent issue or to proceed to press without author corrections. The Publisher reserves the right to proceed to press without submitting page proofs to the author.


Each corresponding author will receive a PDF file of the final version of their article. Reprints of individual articles are available free of charges. A discount on reprints is available to authors who order before print publication. Copies of the journal can be purchased at the author’s preferential rate of INR 1000/$25/£15 per copy.

Publication charges:

Only after acceptance of their manuscript are required to pay a $100 or INR 2050 (for Indian authors) as processing & handling fee to the author. The payment details will be sent after acceptance on as an acceptance letter by email.

Any figure submitted as a colour original will appear in colour in the Journal’s online edition free of charge. Print copy reproduction will only be considered on condition that authors bear the associated costs.