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Call for Papers: Current Trends in Mass Spectrometry, March 2015 Issue

LCGC North America

LCGC and Spectroscopy magazines are seeking contributed manuscripts for the March 2015 issue of Current Trends in Mass Spectrometry.

Manuscript scope and format
Founded in 2003, Current Trends in Mass Spectrometry examines developments in mass spectrometry and MS-hyphenated methods and their application to analytical problems in many fields, including but not limited to pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical discovery, development, and manufacturing, biology and medicine, energy, the environment, forensics, defense, and food safety.

Manuscripts should be approximately 2500­­–3500 words long, plus up to eight figures and tables combined. Manuscripts should follow a standard experimental article format, including an abstract of 150–200 words. Figures and tables, along with their captions, should appear at the end of the manuscript, and figures also must be sent as separate files, preferably in JPG, TIF, PNG, PPT, or XLS format. References should be called out using numbers in parentheses and listed at the end of the manuscript in numerical order.

Submission deadlines for the March 2015 issues are:

            Abstracts:                                  August 1, 2014
            Completed manuscripts:           October 8, 2014

Where to submit           
Send all proposals and completed articles to Editor Laura Bush, at (tel. +1.732.346.3020).

About Current Trends in Mass Spectrometry
Now in its 11th year, Current Trends in Mass Spectrometry is a quarterly publication focused on practical applications of mass spectrometry and hyphenated techniques. It is distributed to readers of LCGC North America, LCGC Europe, and Spectroscopy, with a print circulation of more than 30,000 subscribers. CTMS is indexed in EBSCOhost.

About LCGC
For 32 years, LCGC has been the gold standard relied upon by chromatographers for unbiased, nuts-and-bolts technical information with a practical focus. LCGC’s columns and peer-reviewed articles continue to bring readers practical technical advice from respected experts in liquid and gas chromatography, including hyphenated techniques; capillary electrophoresis; supercritical fluid chromatography; and more. LCGC is indexed in the Web of Science, Journal Citation Reports, and EBSCOhost.

About Spectroscopy
For 29 years, Spectroscopy has been providing peer-reviewed articles, trusted advice from columnists, and other information to facilitate the development and use of spectroscopy as a practical analytical technology across a variety of fields. Spectroscopy is indexed in the Web of Science, Journal Citation Reports, and EBSCOhost.


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