Plagiarism policy

The editorial board of The Journal of Applied Chemistry Today takes the necessary measures to examine the incoming papers on their originality, reliability of contained information and correct use of citations. The Editorial board of the Journal acknowledges that plagiarism is unacceptable and therefore establishes the following policies that state-specific actions, if plagiarism is identified in a manuscript submitted for publication in Journal of Applied Chemistry Today.

Plagiarism in any forms, including quotations or paraphrasing of substantial parts of another’s article (without attribution), “passing off” another’s article as the author’s own or claiming results from research conducted by others, constitutes unethical publishing behavior is unacceptable. The authors must ensure that the submitted manuscript describes completely the original work and free from any aspect of plagiarism. All authors are suggested to use a plagiarism detection software to do the similarity checking. Care should be taken to ensure that the work has not been published before in any language and is not simultaneously submitted to other journals (Multiple submissions unacceptable).

If plagiarism is reported by someone after publication of an article, the case will be investigated by the Journal’s Editorial Board, and if the plagiarized content is noticeable, the article will be withdrawn from the archive of our journal and the author's respective institution are notified and the authors’ name are blacklisted.

plagiarism detection system

At first step, the manuscript will be screened for plagiarism using Samim Noor plagiarism detection system.