Journal of Microwave and Sonochemistry [JMS] is an International peer-reviewed, Open Access Journal dedicated to cater the needs of the researchers, scientists and academicians who are working on the current advancements in Microwave chemistry and ultrasound assisted chemical reactions also called 'Sonochemistry'.
Journal of Microwave and Sonochemistry [JMS] is an International peer-reviewed, Open Access Journal dedicated to cater the needs of the researchers, scientists and academicians who are working on the current advancements in Microwave chemistry and ultrasound assisted chemical reactions also called 'Sonochemistry'. The goal of this Journal is to provide a platform for the scientists and the academicians from all over the world to present, share and promote various aspects pertaining to the newer issues and perspectives in Microwave and Sonochemistry and related disciplines.
All the manuscripts have to be prepared in English language and are subjected to a rigorous and international peer-review process. All the accepted manuscripts will appear online within 2 to 3 weeks from the date of completion of the peer-review process. The Journal publishes original work pertaining to the following and related subfields:
Microwave assisted heating: The theoretical aspects
• Microwave assisted one-pot multi-component synthesis
• Microwave-assisted flow processes
• Microwave-assisted chemical reactions
• Influence of microwaves on the mass and heat transfer
• Microwave-assisted homogeneous and heterogeneous catalytic reactions
• Microwave-assisted solvent-free reactions
• Microwave-assisted reactions in combinatorial synthesis
• Microwave-assisted reactions in suitable solvents
• Application of microwave technique in other fields
Ultrasound assisted heating-The theoretical aspects
• Ultrasound assisted one-pot multi-component synthesis
• Ultrasound assisted chemical reactions
• Influence of ultrasound on the mass and heat transfer
• Ultrasound assisted homogeneous and heterogeneous catalytic reactions
• Ultrasound assisted solvent-free reactions
• Ultrasound assisted reactions in combinatorial synthesis
• Ultrasound assisted reactions in suitable solvents
• Application of Ultrasonic technique in other fields
The work in the Prescribed Format/Template where author/s can present either a detailed study in the form of a full paper, or a preliminary data or a novel idea in the form of a Letter or ashort communication will also be published in this Journal.
Professor M. A. PASHA
Department of Chemistry
Professor György Keglevich
Professor of Chemistry, Head,
Dept of Organic Chemistry and Technology
Budapest University of Technology and Economics
1521 Budapest PO Box 91, HUNGARY
Dr. Brajesh Kumar, Ph. D.
Prometeo Researcher II
Centro de Nanociencia y Nanotecnologia
Departamento de Ciencias de la Vida
Universidad de lasFuerzas Armadas ESPE
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Dr. Mohammad Reza Poor Heravi
Department of Chemistry,
Payame Noor University (PNU),
Dr. S. V. Ranga Nayakulu
Professor of Physics
Dean (Research & Development)
Guru Nanak Institutions–Technical Campus (GNITC);
Ibrahimpatnam-501506; R. R. Dist.,
T. S., INDIA
Dr. Soheila Gandomi-Ravandi
Laboratory of Organic Compound Research,
College of Chemistry,
University of Kashan,
Km. 6 Qotb-e-Ravandi Bld.,
Kashan, P. O. Box 87317-51167, IR.
Dr. Tamer Said Sayed Mohamed Saleh
Faculty of Science, University of Jeddah
JEDDAH, S. A
Dr. Sadeq Hamood Saleh Azzam
Sana’a University, Faculty of Science,
Note: 1. Editor/s-in-Chief, Associate Editors, Assistant Editors, Editorial board members, Reviewers and other Members do not receive any honorarium or remuneration. These are nominated positions and are voluntarily accepted by the individual academicians.
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Use Microsoft Word Software and Times New Roman Letters for preparing the manuscript with double spacing (Use 14 Font size letters for the Title and 12 Font size letters for the rest of the manuscript).
The authors should ensure that, the manuscript has been 'spell checked' and 'grammar checked' before submission.
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Authors can use this check list to prepare their manuscripts before submission to the Journal for the Review process.
Title of the Article: Title should be concise and meaningful.
Complete Name/s of the Author/s:
One author should be designated as the corresponding author and his/her contact details have to be provided:
Full postal address:
Provide the Address of all the authors, if from different institutions/countries.
Abstract/Graphical Abstract: Brief outlay of the work presented in the manuscript should reflect here.
Key words: (Maximum 6 Key words)
Results and Discussion
There can be sub-divisions such as 2.1, 2.2 …. 2.1.1, 2.1.2…. under Results and Discussion.
References should be cited using the superscript format (1, 2‒4, 5,6, 7‒11)
The Figures and Schemes should include relevant captions.
The Table/s should include title/s, description, literature citation (if any) and footnote/s.
3. Experimental (for subjects where experiments are involved, including Science and Engineering subjects)
6. Financial Assistance: Financial assistance from the funding agencies to be mentioned here; if there is no funding involved, it should be mentioned clearly as ‘this work is not funded by any funding agencies’.
7. Conflict of Interest: Declarations/disclose of the conflict of interest has to be made by the authors.
Reference to a Journal publication:
. S. Al-B. Abdullah, S. S. Tamer, M. Z. Ehab. Ultrason. Sonochem., 2013, 20, 1194–1202.
Reference to Article by DOI:
. M. K. Slifka, J. L. Whitton. Clinical implications of dysregulated cytokine production. J. Mol. Med., 2000, doi:10.1007/s001090000086.
Reference to a Book:
 J. L. Luche, T. J. Mason. Sonochemistry, experiment to theoretical considerations: Advances in Sonochemistry, ed., JAI Press, London, 1993.
Reference to a chapter in an Edited Book:
 B. Brown, M. Aaron. The politics of nature. In: J. Smith (ed) The rise of modern genomics, 3rd Edn. Wiley, New York, 2001, pp 230−257.
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Apart from this,
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