Papers submitted to Journal of Nuclear Sciences should be related with Nuclear Sciences. The scope of Journal of Nuclear Sciences covers a wide range of original scientific studies in the field Nuclear Sciences.
Journal of Nuclear Sciences aims integrating scientists developing different methods and techniques used in different fields of Nuclear Sciences. Some topics that fall into the scope of the journal can be listed as: Luminesance Mechanisms, Luminescent Materials, Dosimetric studies of materials, Radioactive Dating used in Archaeology and Geology, Radiation Physics, Dosimeters, ESR Spectroscopy, Mechanisms of Interaction of Radiation with Matter, Radiation Detection and Measurement Methods, Radionuclide Metrology, Neutron and Reactor Physics, Nuclear Materials Science, Radiation Spectroscopy such as alpha, gamma and LSC, Medical Physics, Radiation Imaging, Medical Imaging Systems, Medical Dosimetry, Monte Carlo Simulation Studies, Radiation Protection Methods, Nuclear Safety, Nuclear Forensic Sciences, Nuclear Safeguard Research, Research and applications for Ionizing Radiation Shielding Techniques, Radioisotope, Nuclear Techniques in Plant Breeding and Radiation Applications.
After checking the content of the manuscript in terms of originality using online tools, the manuscripts must contain original work which is not published elsewhere in any medium by the authors or anyone else and is not under consideration for publication in any other journal or medium. Submitted papers will be reviewed by one or two referees and the editor’s decision about acceptance or rejection is final.
During the online submission of the manuscripts the authors’ may suggest suitable or oppose referees.
In response to the referees’ comments the author(s) should submit the revised manuscript and a detailed response to the referees’ comments in a separate file. It is expected that the authors submit the revised manuscript within 4 weeks upon reception of the referees’ comments.
The papers, including all figures, tables and references, should not be no longer than 40 double spaced manuscript pages and should contain the sufficient number of supporting of figures, tables, references, etc., necessary for the proper understanding of the text. We recommend that all files are in total not larger than 5 MB.
Generally no text formatting is allowed except for double-spacing, empty lines to single out headings numbered in Arabic numerals, indentation to mark new paragraphs (no empty lines between paragraphs), and relevant usage of capitals and italics in the reference list.
The first text page should contain the title of the paper, full name(s) of the author(s), their institutional addresses with the e-mail address of the corresponding author, keywords separated by semicolons, a running head and an abstract. The abstract, no longer than 200 words, should be informative and contain the main findings and conclusions. Also page numbers should be added to the manuscript. Line numbers should not be added.
The main text of the article should contain a formulation of the problem, an indication of the approach taken, a report on the data and observations, proposed interpretations and discussion, and the conclusions reached.
The alphabetically arranged list of references should be double-spaced, indented after the first line, with full journal titles, number of pages and DOI number when available. English translations of non-English titles should be provided in brackets after the original titles.