Instructions to Authors -Wiley Scrivener

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  Mandatory Instructions to write a chapterPAGE SET UP: 2.54 cm Marginfrom all sides (Top, Bottom, Left& Right) Title page: should be 16fonts( Book Antiqua ), bold central format  Name of the authors: Bold 12 fonts(Times New Roman)Affiliation:  Italic, 12 font normal (Times New Roman)Abstract: Normal, 12 font (Times New Roman):  An abstract of a maximum of 150 wordswhich encapsulates the work ã  A Table of Contents that represents your headings and sub-headings Contents: Mention bothmain and sub contents ( 12font, Normal ,Times New Roman)Line spacing: Double throughout the chapter Main headings: Bold , 12 font, with numbering Subheadings: Bold , 12 font, italics with numbering e.g. 1.1, 1.2, 1.3 Sub-subheadings: Normal, 12 fontsonly with numbering 1.1.1, 1.1.2, 1.1.3 Conclusionand future perspective: ( 12fonts,  Normal,Times New Roman) References and intext Citation: The numbered system should beused: Cite references by number (in brackets), numbering them consecutively throughout the chapter, and listing them in numerical order at the end of the chapter. Examples: Journal Reference Polymers reinforced with cellulose fiber have received much attention in last year’s, because of their low density, nonabrasive, combustible, nontoxic, low cost, and biodegradable properties[1][2].  [1]B. Wang, S. Panigrahi, L. Tabiland W. Crerar, “Pre-treatment of flax fibers for use in rotationally molded biocomposites,”  J. Reinf. Plast. Compos. , vol. 26, no. 5, pp. 447–463, Mar. 2007.[2]J.-M. Park, P.-G. Kim, J.-H. Jang, Z. Wang, B.-S. Hwangand K. L. DeVries, “Interfacial evaluation and durability of modified Jute fibers/polypropylene (PP) composites using micromechanical test and acoustic emission,” Compos. Part B Eng. , vol. 39, no. 6, pp. 1042–1061, 2008. Book Reference [3]. H. Collins, Gravity's Shadow: The Search for Gravitational Waves , Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 2004. Edited Volume Reference [4]. P.H. Werhane and M. Gorman, Intellectual property rights, access to life-enhancing drugs, and corporate moral responsibilities, in M.A. Santoro and T.M. Gorrie, eds.,  Ethics and the Pharmaceutical Industry , Cambridge University Press, pp. 260-281, 2005. Technical Report [5]. Standard specification for ultra-high-molecular-weight polyethylene molding and extrusion materials, ASTM Standard ASTM D4020-05, ASTM International, West Conshohocken, PA, 2007 Web Citation [6]. Mitsui Chemicals, Apel™ cyclo olefin copolymer (COC),, 2008. Patent [7]. W.A. Anderson and G.N. Meckling, Polymeric bicyclo-(2, 2, 1)-2-heptene, US Patent 2721189, assigned to DuPont, October 18, 1955.Figure legends and table captions: at the end of the chapterFigures : Separate filein JPEJ format with 600 DPI resolutions (with permission) Tables in separate file  Captions, Headings, and Credits: Figure captions are in sentence style. Table headings are in title case, with no period. If there are credits for figures or tables, they follow the caption or heading in parentheses. Captions and headings should be sufficiently descriptive so that the table or figure is understandable should it stand alone in page placement. Captions and headings should not be saved with the figure, but in the separate List of Figure and Tables. Black & White vs. Grayscale Display: Do not use grayscale for any figures that can be black and white. Photographs should be in grayscale (“black and white” photos), and graphics should  be understandable when printed in black and white. Color: Color will not be printed in the books unless it is absolutely crucial. However, the online edition can have all figures in color so please submit them in color.Line Rules: Do not use hairline rule widths, as the lines will disappear when processed on our printers’ high-resolution image-setting equipment. Please designate specific line weights no smaller that 1 point (0.014 in.). Fonts: When creating your own graphics, use one font consistently for their labels throughout your manuscript, and use one consistent arrowhead size. Keep in mind that large figures will be downsized by our typesetter. Figure Resolution: Generally, figure resolution needs to be 600 dpi atthe size it will be used  . (Keep in mind that large figures will need to be downsized by our typesetter.) The exceptions are line art, which should be 800 dpi at the size it will be used  , and grey scale charts and photos, which should be 400 dpi at the size they will be used. Save all scanned files as either TIFF or EPS. For example, scan the figure, and save as .tif file at a high resolution (600-1200). Figure File Naming: When creating a file name for your electronic figures, avoid all  punctuation exceptthe hyphen, as these can corrupt the file. (For example: use “3-07.tif” to name a file for the 7th figure of chapter 3.) Table Format: Keep in mind what trim size your book will be. For example, a table with many columns would need to be formatted landscape in a 6X9 book, whereas in an 8 ½ X 11 book the same table may work in portrait format. Note: Every chapter will undergo Plagiarismcheck. For any Similarity found, the chapter will be outset rejected without review.  
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