How to write an article for JOTCSB
Start the article with a title, in 12 pt verdana, bold, first letter of each word in capitals (exceptions are possible).
After the title, people's names are given without any abbreviations. The affiliations for the authors are given with superscripted Arabic numbers (1, 2, 3, etc). The name of the corresponding author will add an asterisk (*).
All affiliations are given with the name, address, postal code, city and country.
The corresponding author's e-mail and if desired, the telephone number, are given after an asterisk.
The abstract will contain 300 words at most.
At least 3, at most 5 keywords are added. The first letter of the first keyword is capitalized, but the other keywords are written in lowercase, separated with commas (,). After the last keyword, a period (.) is added.
Introduction, materials and methods, results and discussion, acknowledgments and references titles will be 10 pt verdana, all capitals, and boldface. After these headings, leave a blank line. The secondary and tertiary titles are not capitalized but the first letter. No blank lines are added after such titles.
The references section will be 9 pt Verdana, aligned to the left side, and will be prepared with the Vancouver style. This style is available in Zotero (http://zotero.org) and Endnote (http://www.endnote.com). Zotero is freeware and Endnote is more powerful, yet acquired by purchasing a license. The following are some examples to the Vancouver style:
1. Doe J. Title of the study. Title of the conference. Istanbul,
Turkey: Name of the organizing body; 2014. p. 15–6. These are conference proceedings.
2. Doe J. Name of the document. Name of the publisher; 1995. Documents are written like this.
3. Baykut F. Kolloidal Çözeltiler (name of the section of the book). Modern Genel Anorganik Kimya (name of the book). İstanbul: İstanbul Üniversitesi Yayınları; 1993. p. 146–50. Sections of a book are written like this.
4. Baykut, F. Modern Genel Anorganik Kimya (name of the book). İstanbul: İstanbul
Üniversitesi Yayınları (name of the publisher); 1993. 845 p. Books are written like this.
5. Evren D, Burat AK, Özçeşmeci İ, Sesalan BŞ. Synthesis of novel
tetracationic phthalocyanines and investigation of their DNA-binding
properties (name of the article). Dyes and Pigments (name of the journal). 2013 Feb;96(2):475–82. Articles in a journal are written like this.
Method of citing in the text: (1), (2-4), etc.
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