Aims and Scope
“Turkish Journal of Analytical Chemistry” publishes original full-text research articles and reviews covering a variety of topics in analytical chemistry. Original research articles may be improved versions of known analytical methods. However, studies involving new and innovative methods are preferred. Topics covered include:
• Analytical materials
• Atomic methods
• Biochemical methods
• Chromatographic methods
• Electrochemical methods
• Environmental analysis
• Food analysis
• Forensic analysis
• Optical methods
• Pharmaceutical analysis
• Plant analysis
• Theoretical calculations
• Nanostructures for analytical purposes
• Chemometric methods
Original full-length research papers should not be published before. It should contain a reasonable number of tables and figures. Additional figures or tables may be submitted as Supporting Information file. Research Papers should be included Abstract, Introduction, Material and Methods, Results and Discussion, Conclusions, and Reference sections.
Reviews should be directed to topics of recent interest and not exceed 10000 words and 170 references. The format of review articles should be included Abstract, Main Text, Conclusions, and Reference sections. Funding and author contributions statements should be given before the reference list. Figures and tables should be given after the reference list.
Manuscripts should be prepared with Microsoft Word in English. A cover letter should be accompanied by each manuscript and contained statements clarifying that the manuscript has not been published previously or submitted for publication elsewhere, and there is no conflict of interest. All the responsibility belongs to the authors only in this subject. Times New Roman font size 12 should be used in the manuscript with 1.5 line spacing. The pages and all lines should be numbered.
Article title, name(s) and affiliation(s) of the author(s), address, telephone, fax numbers, and e-mail address of the corresponding author signed with an asterisk should be included.
Although the title is not too long, it should fully reflect the subject of the article.
Authors' first and last names should be written with only the first letter capitalized. ORCID numbers of the authors should be given. The institutions to which the authors are affiliated should be written from general to specific, city postal code and country should be specified. Telephone and Fax number of the corresponding author should be indicated.
1 Süleyman Demirel University, Faculty of Science and Literature, Department of Chemistry, 32260, Isparta, Türkiye
The abstract should contain the purpose of the work, major results, and conclusions. Non-standard or uncommon abbreviations should be avoided in the abstract with a maximum of 250 words.
Authors should provide at least 3 and at most 6 keywords under the abstract on the same page.
As of 1., 2., etc. numeration should be used for the main text. If necessary, as 1.1., 1.2., etc., and further as 1.1.1., 1.1.2., numerations may be used for subsections. All section titles should be written in bold and lowercase letters. The use of SI system units and symbols is required in the manuscript.
Optionally, contributions made to the study by other researchers and institutions should be expressed as briefly as possible in this section.
Arabic numeration in square brackets has been recommended to cite references in the text. The reference list should be prepared according to the following guidelines. For journal-title abbreviations, the web of science journal-title abbreviations has been recommended. Full stop (.) should not be used for abbreviations. The URL addresses of the Doi Numbers of the references should be given one line below the reference.
The first letter of the author's name. Author's surname, Title of Book (publication number), Year, Publication place: Publisher.
G.D. Christian, P.K. Dasgupta, K.A. Schug, Analytical Chemistry (7. edition), 2013, USA, Wiley.
The first letter of the author's name. Author's surname, Title of Chapter. Name of The Book, Editors: The first letter of the editor's name. The editor's surname, Year, Publication Place, Publisher.
 J.H.T. Luong, Modification of Cyclodextrins to Control Their Guest-Host Chemistry and Their Applications, Chemosensors of Ion and Molecule Recognition, Editors: J.P. Desvergne, A.W. Czarnik, 1999, Netherlands, Kluwer.
Journal with volume and page number
The first letter of the author’s name. The author’s surname, Title of article, abbreviated Journal Name, Volume number, Year, Page Numbers.
 S. Memon, A.A. Bhatti, Ü. Ocak, M. Ocak, New calixarene based highly selective fluorescent probe for Al3+ and I-, Anal Methods, 7, 2015, 5114-5121.
Journal with volume and article number
The first letter of the author’s name. The author’s surname, Title of article, abbreviated Journal Name, Volume number, Year, Artical number.
 J. Peng, Z. Zhao, M. Zheng, B. Su, X. Chen, X. Chen, Electrochemical synthesis of phosphorus and sulfur co-doped graphene quantum dots as efficient electrochemiluminescent immunomarkers for monitoring okadaic acid, Sensor Actuat B-Chem, 304, 2020, 127383.
Journal with article number
The first letter of the author’s name. The author’s surname, Title of article, Journal Name, Year, Artical number.
 H. Alp, D. Başkan, A. Yaşar, N. Yaylı, Ü. Ocak, M. Ocak, Simultaneous determination of Sunset Yellow FCF, Allura Red AC, Quinoline Yellow WS, and Tartrazine in food samples by RP-HPLC, J Chem, 2018, 6486250.
The first letter of the author’s name. The author’s surname, Title of patent, Year, Patent number.
 R. Jacquet, Methods of Use for Eenothein A and B from Epilobium Species, 2018, 20180256619.
The first letter of the author’s name. The author’s surname (if present), Page title, Site title, Publication date, URL.
 DergiPark "New Article Workflow" Guide, DergiPark Akademik, 2020, https://dergipark.org.tr/en/
Abstract in conferences
The first letter of the author's name. Author's surname, Title of abstract (abstract), Name of the conference or title of the publication, Conference dates, Place of the conference, Year, Abstract number.
 B. Dalkıran, A.D. Özel, S. Parlayan, Ü. Ocak, E. Kılıç, Development of mercury (II) selective membrane electrode based a new lariat crown derivative (abstract), Sixth International Conference of the Chemical Societies of the South-Eastern European Countries, Sep 10-14, Sofia, 2008, Bulgaria, 4-P43.
Doctoral dissertation or master's thesis
The first letter of the author’s name. The author’s surname, Title of The Doctoral Dissertation or Master's Thesis, Doctoral dissertation or master's thesis, Institute Name, Year.
 A. Başoğlu, Azaflavanon-3-ol Bileşiği ile Yeni Bir Spektroflorimetrik Demir Tayini Metodunun Geliştirilmesi, Doctoral Dissertation, Karadeniz Technical University, Graduate Institute of Natural and Applied Sciences, 2014.
 N. Özbek, Kalkon Türevi Bir Schiff Bazı ile Demir (III) Tayini için Yeni Bir Spektroflorimetrik Metot, Master's Thesis, Karadeniz Technical University, Graduate Institute of Natural and Applied Sciences, 2016.
Article in press
The first letter of the author’s name. The author’s surname, Title of article, Journal Name, in press, Year, doi: number.
 I. Erik, G. Kiliç, E. Öztürk, Ş.A. Karaoğlu, N. Yaylı, Chemical composition, antimicrobial and lipase enzyme activity of essential oil and solvent extracts from Serapias orientalis subs. orientalis, Turk J Chem, in press, 2020, doi: 10.3906/kim-2005-51.
Bold Arabic numeration should be used for all figures consecutively according to the order of appearance in the text (Fig. 1. Fig. 2. etc.). Figure captions should be provided below each figure. Line drawings should be prepared by using suitable software like Origin, ChemDraw, ISIS/Draw, Microsoft Excel etc. Figures should be in their original form. They should not be placed as a picture.
All images should be prepared in high resolution and understood. A minimum resolution of 300 dpi is required for color images. Images should be prepared to the extent they will appear in the print.
Tables should be editable, numbered in bold Arabic numerals according to their appearance in the text, (Table 1. Table 2. etc.) and should have a descriptive title. If necessary, the footnotes should be written in 10 pt.
A forward slash (/) should be used to indicate units in the case of a section. Units should not be shown as exponential numbers. When writing temperature units, the degree sign should be added. The letter "o" or the number 0 should not be used as a superscript.
Example: g/L, mol/L, Gas Constant (8.314 J/mol/K), °C
It is preferable that authors provide supplementary materials for readers to see the data they may need, e.g. extra data/figures/tables, original spectra (NMR, TEM, MS) or chromatogram, etc. Supplementary materials will be included in the Supporting Information link. These materials will be evaluated by the referees but will be printed as accepted. Please submit all the supplementary materials as a single file (word file). Supplementary materials should be referred to in the main text.
All submission and evaluation procedures are carried out through a manuscript processing and journal archiving service “www.dergipark.org.tr”.
Authorship, Originality, and Plagiarism
The authors accept that the work is completely original and that the works of others have been appropriately cited or quoted in the text with the necessary permissions. The authors should avoid plagiarism. It is recommended that they check the article using appropriate software such as Ithenticate and CrossCheck. The responsibility for this matter rests entirely with the authors. All authors will be notified when the manuscript is submitted. If a change of author is needed, the reason for the change should be indicated. Once the manuscript is accepted, no author changes can be made.
Proofs will be carefully prepared to avoid corrections or changes after acceptance. Corresponding authors should check the proofs within the specified time and send corrections or changes as a word file in a list format that provides page and line numbers. Also, corrections can be sent as an explained pdf file of proofs.
In the first step, the editor will evaluate if the content of the manuscript is suitable for the aims and scope of the journal and then the blind review process will continue. The manuscript will be sent to two or three referees and, if necessary, to more referees. Referees may request more data related to the manuscript from the authors. After receiving the comments and suggestions of the referees, the editor makes a general evaluation and makes a final decision of acceptance or rejection.
Open Access with no page charges
The journal is a full Open Access journal with no page fees. Articles comply with the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs (CC BY-NC-ND) regulation and are available free of charge. For non-commercial purposes, it allows others to distribute and copy the paper, and to include authors in a collaborative work provided that they do not alter or modify the manuscript.
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