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  1. Reference to the literature are cited in the text in square brackets.
  2. The surnames of all authors are cited.
  3. The examples of literature design.

Books, monographs:

  • Mills K.C. Thermodynamic Properties of Inorganic Sulfides, Selenides, and Tellurides. London: Butter­worths,  750 p.

Journals, collections:

– Babanly M.B., Tedenac J.C., Aliev Z.S., Balitsky D.M. Phase equilibria and thermodynamic properties of the sys­tem Bi–Te–I. J. Alloys Compd. 2009. V. 481. P. 349–353.


 – Gasanov I. Investigation of the reaction of conjugated hydrogenolysis of toluene into benzene. Phd thesis o chemistry.

Patents, certificate of authorship:

 –  Pat. 3689583 USA. Production of dimethylstyrenes / Kominami N., Tamura N. 2003.


At non-observance of the specified rules, the manuscripts are returned to the authors without consideration