ISSN number: 2220-2625
E–ISSN number: 2222-307X
Pakistan Journal of Chemistry is an international peer-reviewed journal published in English by a National Chemist Community of International Repute, with its editorial office hosted by the Department of Chemistry, University of Karachi, Karachi, Pakistan. It publishes original research and review work (either theoretical or applied) in all fields of chemistry, i.e. physical, inorganic, organic and analytical chemistry, computational, environmental, photochemistry, photobiology, organometallic synthesis, nanotechnology, medicinal and drug etc. in the form of Accounts, Full Papers, Notes and Communications.
The authors must inform the Editors of manuscripts submitted, soon to be submitted, or in press at other journals that have a bearing on the manuscript being submitted.
Pakistan Journal of Chemistry is an open access journal. All articles are immediately available to read and reuse upon publication.
- – The title of the paper must be in bold with the first letter capitalized
- – The heading must be bold in Times New Roman while subheading in italic (if required)
- – The number of tables, diagrams and photographs should be properly captioned, clear and concise
- – Should be well cited accordingly as they appear first in the text and then where required
- – References must be typed in the following order and follow format given below in text:
Initials of first name, Surname, journal name vol(issue): page number and year.
In text “References” must be cited as such  or Azmat et al., or Azmat & Ahmed  or Azmat 
When multiple, two or single Author’s name required to use respectively.
For Research article
1. R. Azmat, M., Irshad, and I. Farooqi, Pak. J. Chem. 1(1):19-21, (2011)
2. S. M.Sheringari, S. R.. Pakalapati, S. B.Amrinder, J.Food.Sci. 30, 456-466. (2012)
1. A. B. Smith; Textbook of Organic Chemistry, Jones, D. C., New York, pp. 123—126, (1961).
2. F. M. Dean, M. V. Sargent; In Comprehensive Heterocyclic Chemistry, Vol. 4, Eds.: Katrizky, A. R., Rees, C. W., Pergamon, New York, (1984), p. 531.
All authors must produce a plagiarism report (less than 19%) with the manuscript. In case of thesis (MS/ph.D) declaration is required by corresponding author(s).
This journal welcomes original research and review work (either theoretical and applied) in all fields of chemistry, i.e. physical, inorganic, organic and analytic chemistry, computational, environmental, photochemistry, photobiology, organometallic synthesis, chemical education, nanotechnology, medicinal and drug etc. in the forms of Accounts, Full Papers, Notes and Communications.
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|Dr. Rafia Azmat||Department of Chemistry, University of Karachi.|
|Asst. Prof. Dr. Noshab Qamar||Department of Chemistry, University of Karachi|
|Asst. Prof. Dr. Tehseen Ahmed||Department of Chemistry, University of Karachi|
International Editorial Advisory Board
|Prof. Dr. Liang Cheng||Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China|
|Prof. Dr. Ho Soon min||INTI International University, Malaysia.|
|Prof. S Jhaumeer Laulloo||Department of Chemistry, University of Mauritius|
|Dr. Yuliang Liu||Chemical Biology, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Centre, Dallas, TX, USA|
|Dr. Sheshanath V. Bhosale||School of Applied Sciences, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia|
Pakistan Journal of Chemistry follows the Public Domain License permitted by us.
Submission of a manuscript implies: that the work described has not been published before (except in the form of an abstract or as part of a published lecture or thesis), that it is not under consideration for publication elsewhere, that if and when the manuscript is accepted for publication, the author(s) agree to automatically transfer all copyright material to publisher.
Pakistan Journal of Chemistry has a long-term preservation service through an Internet Archive.
- Authors belonging to Pakistan will have to pay Rs. 15,000 per article as Article Processing Charges.
- Authors belonging to International countries will have to pay (USD $250.00) per article as Article Processing Charges.
- Reduced charges will be available for promoting the research conducted in the third world countries; including South African countries.