JPRAC

Journal of Pharmaceutical Research on Advanced Chemistry

(for innovative research)

ISSN: XXXX-1234

JPRAC (Journal of Pharmaceutical Research on Advanced Chemistry, for innovative research) is an open access and peer reviewed international bi-monthly journal and it will encourage within the fields of pharmaceutical analysis, analytical chemistry, analytical spectroscopy, analytical chromatography, Chemical analysis, Industrial process development, Pharmaceutical nano developments, Solid state characterization etc. Authors contributions shall be meticulously refereed and selected on the basis of innovative research, quality and originality of work as well as the interest of atmost readers. The authors should ensure to present their original research works, and a proper citation should be made on citing the works of others. Reproduction or intentionally inaccurate statements constitute unethical activities and are unacceptable. The manuscript should not be submitted to more than one journal simultaneously at the same time as constitutes unethical publishing activities and is unacceptable. 

Manuscripts preferred for publication in JPRAC should contain original research work in

electronic format only and manuscript will be consider for following types:  

Short Communications: These should describe complete and original pieces of research whose length and/or importance do not justify a full-length paper. This approximate length of the manuscript should not be more than 20 pages including Tables and Figures. The format is the same as that for a Full-Length Research Paper.

Full Length Research Papers: These papers should describe in detail original and important pieces of work in the fields covered by the Journal. The length of the manuscript should be between 20 and 50 pages including Tables and Figures.

Review Papers: Reviews may be moderately short, i.e. dealing with a limited subject, or longer and more general in nature. The structure and presentation of a review article will normally be at the author's discretion. The format is the same as that for a Full-Length Research Paper and for a Short Communication.