Peer review

Peer review process in JACSON – Applied Chemical Sciences

The JACSON Journal agrees with the soul of the peer review that is the key way to help authors to validate the quality of papers published by the scientific journals. The JACSON experts consider that the peer review process is not only to increase the networking possibilities, chemical sciences, within research communities but also the capability of the author and thereafter help our earth and the life of societies throughout the world.

In efforts to validate and improve the quality of the articles published by the JACSOnline GP, the JACSON journal operates double-blind review process. The chart below describes the whole procedures in peer review process. In respect with the Elsevier rules, the reviewer 1 and 2 of the JACSON are the independent expert reviewers, which both experts assess the scientific quality of the paper. The chief editor and/or the editor who is appointed to decide whether an article is accepted or rejected is responsible for the final decision regarding acceptance or rejection of articles. The Editor’s decision is final.

 

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