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Submission of Manuscripts: Papers should be sent to the Executive Managing Editor, Editorial Office, Institute for Metal Physics, N.A.S.U., 36 Academician Vernadsky Boulevard, UA-03142 Kyyiv, Ukraine. Manuscripts may also be submitted to a member of the Editorial Advisory Board or to the appropriate Editor Board Member who is familiar with the research presented.
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Scope of the Collected Scientific Transactions: ‘Nanosistemi, Nanomateriali, Nanotehnologii’ (i.e., ‘Nanosystems, Nanomaterials, Nanotechnologies’—NNN) is the quarterly multidisciplinary peer-reviewed collected scientific transactions, which publish high-quality work on all aspects of nanoscience and nanotechnology. Currently, transactions stand alone in serving the ‘nano’ community in providing up-to-date information on all developments and progresses being made in nanoscience and nanotechnology and the future predictions for this extraordinary technology. The topics covered by the transactions relate to all ‘nano’ related areas of the latest research and recent development works including nanomaterials, characterization tools, fabrication methods, numerical simulation, and theory as well as discussions in the field of nanoscience and technology ranging from basic aspects of the science of nanoscale systems and materials to practical applications of such systems and materials ranging from civil engineering to advanced molecular electronics so promising to transform our everyday technology as well as basic economics. The subjects covered include the following: 1. physical sciences; 2. chemical sciences; 3. life sciences; 4. theoretical and computational science and engineering.
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Abstract: Each paper requires an English abstract of 300–350 words summarizing the significant coverage and findings.
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Manuscript Preparation: Papers should be typed (in duplicate) with double spacing and wide margins on good quality paper (A4 size). The length of original contributions should not in general exceed 5000 words and 10 figures, and subject review articles should not exceed 9000 words and 30 figures, including tables and diagrams. Authors are urged to arrange the subject matter clearly under headings such as: 1. Introduction, 2. Experimental/Theoretical Details, 3. Results, 4. Discussion, 5. Conclusion, References. Subsections should be identified with section and subsection numbers (such as 6.1. Second-Value Subheading).
References and Notes: Notes are indicated in the text by consecutive superior Arabic numbers (without parentheses). References should be numbered consecutively (in square brackets) throughout the text. The full list should be collected and typed at the end of the paper in numerical order. Listed references should be completed in all details including DOI (if available) but excluding article titles in journals. All authors’ initials should precede their surnames. Examples of references preparation:
1. T. M. Radchenko and V. A. Tatarenko, Usp. Fiz. Met., 9, No. 1: 1 (2008) (in Ukrainian). https://doi.org/10.15407/ufm.09.01.001
2. T. M. Radchenko, A. A. Shylau, and I. V. Zozoulenko, Phys. Rev. B, 86: 035418 (2012). https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevB.86.035418
3. A. Meisel, G. Leonhardt, and R. Szargan, Rontgenspektren und Chemische Bindung [X-Ray Spectra and Chemical Bond] (Leipzig: Akademische Verlagsgesellschaft Geest & Portig K.-G.: 1977) (in German).
4. J. M. Ziman, Printsipy Teorii Tvyordogo Tela [Principles of the Theory of Solids] (Moscow: Mir: 1974) (Russian translation).
5. M. A. Stucke, D. M. Dimiduk, and D. M. Hazzledine, High Temperature Ordered Intermetallic Alloys. V (Eds. I. Baker and R. Darolia) (Pittsburgh, PA, USA: MRS: 1993), p. 471.
6. Handbook of Mathematical Functions with Formulas, Graphs and Mathematical Tables (Eds. M. Abramowitz and I. A. Stegun), Nat’l Bureau of Standards. Appl. Math. Ser. Vol. 55 (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govt. Printing Office: 1964).
7. B. B. Karpovych and O. B. Borovkoff, Proc. of Symp. ‘Micromaterials Engineering’ (Dec. 25–31, 1999) (Kiev: RVV IMF: 2000), vol. 2, p. 113 (in Russian).
8. T. M. Radchenko, Vplyv Uporyadkuvannya Defektnoyi Struktury íà Transportni Vlastyvosti Zmishanykh Krystaliv [Influence of Ordering of the Defect Structure on Transport Properties of the Mixed Crystals] (Thesis of Disser. for Dr. Phys.-Math. Sci.) (Kyiv: G. V. Kurdyumov Institute for Metal Physics, N.A.S.U.: 2015) (in Ukrainian).
9. E. M. Gololobov, V. B. Shipilo, N. I. Sedrenok, and A. I. Dudyak, Sposob Polucheniya Karbonitridov Metallov [Production Method of Metal Carbonitrides], Authors’ Certificate 722341 SSSR (Published November 21, 1979) (in Russian).
10. V. G. Trubachev, K. V. Chuistov, V. N. Gorshkov, and A. E. Perekos, Sposob Polucheniya Metallicheskikh Poroshkov [The Technology of Metallic Powder Production]: Patent 1639892 SU. MKI, A22 F9/02, 9/14 (Otkrytiya i Izobreteniya, 34, No. 13: 11) (1991) (in Russian).
11. Yu. M. Koval’ and V. V. Nemoshkalenko, O Prirode Martensitnykh Prevrashchenij [On the Nature of Martensitic Transformations] (Kyiv: 1998) (Prepr./N.A.S. of Ukraine. Inst. for Metal Physics. No. 1, 1998) (in Russian).
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