Iranian Journal of
Chemistry and Chemical Engineering (IJCCE)
Aims and Scopes
The aim of the Iranian Journal of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering (IJCCE) is to foster the growth of educational, scientific and industrial research activities among chemists and chemical engineers and to provide a medium for mutual communication between the Iranian academia and the industry on the one hand, and the world scientific community on the other.
The Journal welcomes original research articles; research notes or short communications and topical or interpretative review articles (previously unpublished) in all established areas of chemistry, chemical engineering and related fields in English Language.
Publication of Iranian Journal of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering (IJCCE) began in 1982 by ACECR in Persian. Since 1987 to 1997 it was published bilingual (Persian & English). Since 1997, it has been published as a separate International Journal in English, semiannually up to 2004 and since 2005 quarterly.
Currently, it is published quarterly by Iranian Research Institute of Development in Chemical Industries (IRDCI)-ACECR as an International Journal.
Journal is covered in the Science Citation Index, Expanded by ISI. Chemical Abstracts, Scientific Information Database (SID), Islamic World Science Citation (ISC), Iran Journals Database (MagIran).
Authors should submit their manuscripts online. Electoral submission substantially reduces the editorial processing and reviewing times and shortens overall publication times.
Please follow the hyperlink "Submit Paper" and upload all of your manuscript files. (Word & PDF Files of Full Manuscript are required.)
Types of Manuscripts
1) Research Articles are full-length expositions of extensive and significant experimental and / or theoretical studies.
2) Topical or Review Articles are reviews on areas of interest to readers of the journal.They may also be "state of the art" reports or communications. These papers are peer-reviewed and are accepted on the basis of technical accuracy, importance, and readability.
3) Research Notes or Short Communications are complete, self-contained papers. In style and presentation, they should conform to that laid down for manuscripts but the length should not exceed 4 printed pages in the Journal including tables and figures.