The founder of the scientific journal "Uzbek Chemical Journal" is the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Uzbekistan. The journal is being published since 1957, re-registered in 2006 by the Agency of Information and Communication of the Republic of Uzbekistan (certificate No. 0047).
Language of publication. Russian, English and Uzbek.
The purpose and objectives of the journal. Familiarization of a wide range of scientists in the field of natural sciences, specialists, doctoral students, masters, students with information about the latest developments, achievements in the field of chemistry and chemical technology.
Specialty. The results of experimental research with scientific novelty are published in the "Uzbek Chemical Journal" in the following scientific fields: physical, inorganic, organic, analytical, colloidal and membrane chemistry, nanochemistry, chemistry of high-molecular compounds, chemistry of silicates, metallurgy, processes and devices of chemical technology, chemistry and technology of oil and gas, technology of inorganic substances, technology of organic substances, ecology and rational use of natural resources.
Unique features of the magazine. The journal covers all the main areas of research and development in the field of chemistry and chemical technology. The publication of special issues and reviews devoted to individual scientific and technical problems on the subject of the journal is practiced. Editorial board of the journal hosts its own website, where article’s abstracts are in open access offered in three languages containing information in 1800-2000 characters, which correspond to the following structure:
Highlights - in several monosyllabic, one-line sentences (with the number of characters up to 84, including spaces) on results of the research, at least 2-3 items.
References (literature references - all in Latin graphycs)
Regions of distribution - a paper edition in Russian, with abstracts in three languages, across all regions of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
Sources of funding - through subscription in the Republic.
Zakirov Bakhtiyar Sabirzhanovich
Date of birth: February 19, 1946.
Place of birth: Tashkent region
Directions: Technology of inorganic substances, general and inorganic chemistry
Director of the Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry of the Academy of sciences of the Republic of Uzbekistan (since 2012 up to nowadays)
Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor
Born February 19, 1946 in the Tashkent region
He graduated from Tashkent State University (now NUU) by 1970.
He studied in graduate school, worked as a senior research fellow, deputy director of the Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry of the Academy of sciences of Uzbekistan.
The author of more than 250 scientific papers, including 5 inventions.
Prepared 5 doctors and 5 candidates of science.
Awarded in 2011 "Uzbekiston Respubliki Mustailligiga 20 yil" esdalik nishoni.
100170, Uzbekstan,Tashkent, M. Ulugbek street, 77a,
In connection with the preparation for the registration of the journal in the international system for the registration of scientific publications (primarily Scopus), with the assignment to the article of the D.O.I.-index, the articles sent to the journal must meet the following requirements:
1. The results of experimental research with scientific novelty are published in the "Uzbek Chemical Journal" in the following scientific fields: physical, inorganic, organic, analytical, colloidal and membrane chemistry, nanochemistry, chemistry of high-molecular compounds, chemistry of silicates, metallurgy, processes and chemical apparatuses technology, chemistry and technology of oil and gas, technology of inorganic substances, technology of organic substances, ecology and rational use of natural resources.
The material can be presented in the form of experimental articles in Uzbek, Russian and English.
2. At the beginning of the article (above its title) in the upper right corner, you need to put an index on the universal decimal classification (UDC). The article begins with the initials and surnames of the authors, then the title of the article is given, under which the organization in which the work is done is indicated in parentheses, the e-mail address of the contact person: one of the authors. The manuscript of the article is signed by all authors with the date of dispatch. The number of authors is no more than 4. The positions and place of work of each author are indicated. From the Republic of Uzbekistan the article is submitted in printed and electronic form on an electronic medium (Flesh or CD), enclosed in an envelope, indicating the authors and title of the article. The recording on the medium and the printout (1 copy) must be identical. Authors from other countries send articles by e-mail. The editorial office notifies the receipt of materials and provides the registration number of the article. The article is accompanied by a letter to the editorial office of the organization where the work was done, with an examination certificate confirming the possibility of its public publication.
3. It is recommended to present the article in simple language, short sentences, at least 6 upto 16 pages in length, adhering to the Internationally recognized IMRAD structure (Introduction, Methods, Results and Discussion):
Keywords (up to 10 words)
The abstract in Russian, English and Uzbek contains 1800-2000 characters (1 page of text through 1.5 intervals, font Times New Roman, size 14) reflects the content of the article. The abstract in English should be made according to the requirements of technical translation by a professional or native English speakers (the editorial board will reject non-professional translations). When writing References, pay attention to the discrepancy of the letter "h" of the Latin alphabets: Uzbek and English, with the letter "x" in the Cyrillic alphabet always write: "h". For example, in Cyrillic: "Ahmedov", write in the Latin alphabet - "Ahmedov", and not "Axmedov".
The summary of the abstract is given below.
Name of organization
Originality (scientific novelty)
Findings (data received)
Highlights (features) - in several monosyllables, in one line (with the number of characters up to 84 with spaces), sentences with the results of the research: they should be at least 2-3.
References (all in Latin).
Below is a sample of three such Highlights:
• We execute a kinetics study of silver leaching from tailings, using thiosulfate.
• Reaction orders are 1 (oxygen), 0.07 (thiosulfate), 0.45 (pH) and 0.26 (copper).
• The activation energy in the range of temperatures 288-328 K was 1.91 kJ • mol-1.
The introduction (about 20% of the volume of the article) begins with a description of the "problem" in a specific field of the research conducted, strictly in scientific, but not in literary, art, newspaper or popular science style: the problem is described specifically to this "narrow" area. Further, it is told what the predecessors in this field did, referring to the works published by them, briefly (several words or sentences) characterizing them individually: linking links, for example: [3-5], is unacceptable. Links should be logically "linked" with the topic of the study.
Their total number is not less than 12 (including: no more than 3 ones for own works, at least 4 - for foreign sources no older than 5 years, at least 5 - for up-to-date literature after 2010 The introduction contains "criticism" (a description of the "white spots" of solving the problem), the formulation of the purpose and objectives of the study.
The foregoing on Introduction applies to the Background of the abstract, with the difference that the Input material should be transferred to the Background in a concise form.
Subsequent sections of the article: "Methods and materials", "Results and discussion", "Conclusion" should disclose the content of each of them. The section "Results and discussion" should contain from 4-5 to 8-12 illustrations of the experimental material (tables, graphs, diagrams, photographs, spectra, etc.). Texts illustrated, for example, only by a couple of tables, are rejected, as unfinished, unconvincing or "superficial". Discussion of their own data is the most difficult part of the article: it is also an indicator of the scientific "maturity" of the author. The conclusion resulting from it should be correlated with the goal-objectives of the study and answer the questions: is the stated goal achieved and what are the most important results of the work?
The list of references is given twice. Once in the original transcription, taking into account the norms recognized by the Higher Attestation Commission of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the second time is all in Latin, as it is practiced in English-language international abstract journals (see Chemical Abstracts). References to the literature in the text are in square brackets. In references to articles from inaccessible sources, patents and deposited manuscripts, an indispensable reference to abstract journals.
4. The article should be completed with 14 font size "Times New Roman", interval -1.5. Fields: top-2 cm, left-3 cm, bottom-2 cm, right-1.5 cm. In the title of the article and the annotation, one should not enter formulas and abbreviations, even common ones. It should avoid the use of non-conventional abbreviations. When the abbreviated term is first mentioned, its decoding in its entirety is mandatory. Handwritten inserts are not allowed. For previously identified known substances, names and references to the relevant sources are given. All the tables in the text are necessarily referenced. All the columns in the tables should be entitled. Do not put any abbreviations in the tables. Values in the headings of the graph should have an indication of the units in which they are expressed. Structural formulas in the tables are not given.
5. Instead of cumbersome names for simple chemicals, it is necessary to give their formulas, for example, NaBr, CO2, CO, N2, H2SO4, NaOH, KOH, etc. The articles should use the generally accepted abbreviations, the dimension adopted in the International System of Units.
6. Separate the words inside the paragraph with one space; type text without forced hyphenation. Request: avoid overloading articles with a large number of formulas, drawings, graphs; for a set of symbols in the formulas of MS Equation (MS Word) editors use settings (Styles / Dimensions) only by default, decimal fractional numbers separated by a period.
7. Graphic materials are executed in black and white! The graphs are accepted in MS Excel editors, Origin, structural formulas in ChemWind.
8. Drawings and formulas for width should not exceed 8 cm, and their font must correspond to 10 MS Word font. The drawings should not have a frame and a grid. The designation of variables on the axes (only the symbols are used, separated by a comma and space-dimension) should be placed on the outside of the figure (as well as the numbers), and not in the figure field. For example: the axis should be designated t, min (and not Time, min). Experimental curves should be numbered in italic type. All explanations should be given only in the caption. No legends and comments are allowed in the chart field. Figures should be made with a line thickness of at least 0.75pt.
9. Not allowed: the use of styles in the formation of text; make changes to the template or create your own for the formation of the text; use of spaces before signs (including - inside of parentheses) punctuation, after them one space is put; Use the "Insert page end" operation; drawing a drawing using MS Word, place tables on landscape pages.
10. The article returned to the author for correction must be submitted to the editorial office (revised in paper and electronic versions) within 1 month.
11. The author is responsible for the reliability of the data given in the article.
12. All articles sent to the editorial board are reviewed. The editors reserve the right to edit and reduce the articles, regardless of their volume.