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Article Type (11 points)


The Title Should be in 12points, Bold with All the Letters in Capitals. the Title Should be Centrally Aligned

Alan B. Author* and Charles D. Author (11 points)

Department of Chemistry, University of example, OH 20345, USA (9 points)

Jia-zhi Zheng

Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100080



Abstract Abstracts should be in 9 points, with the word "Abstract" in bold. The heading should align with the left margin (i.e. no indentation), and the text runs on after the heading with two spaces in between, turnover aligns left.


Keywords Keywords are in 9 points with the word "Keywords" in bold.



The following instructions will advise the author on style, layout and general points on preparing a manuscript. For more specific questions, please contact your production editor directly.


The text area should be 140 mm (width) by 220 mm. (height), inclusive of footnotes but excluding running heads. The first page of each new paper is slightly longer (~230 mm height) due to the inclusion of the journal logo and copyright block.


For the main text, please use 10 point type with 10/13 leading. Do not use sans-serif typeface. Bold type and underlining should also be avoided in the main text. Use italics instead to emphasize words in the text.



The text should always be justified to occupy the full width of the page, so that the right margin is not ragged.


The first line of the first paragraphs of each section should align with the left margin and not indented.

For the second and subsequent paragraphs of a section, indent the first line by about 7 mm. Do not leave any line space between paragraphs.


Section headings come in several levels. "SECTION HEADINGS" is a first level heading. It is in 10 points, bold and all in capitals.

Second Level Heading

This is in 10 points, bold, italic and with initial letter of each word (except prepositions) in capitals.

Third level heading

This is in 10 points, italic with only the initial letter of the first word in capitals.


Where possible, originals should be pasted onto the manuscript and centered left and right. If the originals are of the wrong size, line drawings may be reduced and pasted onto the manuscript. For halftone figures (e.g. photographs, figures with screening), please send the original, clearly labeled, with orientation marked. Please ensure that figures are placed after its citation in the text. They should ideally appear at the top or bottom of a page (i.e. not in between text).


Citation of references in the running text should be between square brackets, e.g. [2, 5, 9-12]. Reference entries should be numbered and listed in alphabetical order. The heading "REFERENCES" should be in 10 points, bold and align with the left margin. The reference entries should be in 9 point text. Please see the following:






1 Feng, X. R.; Ding, J. X.; Gref, R.; Chen, X. Poly(β-cyclodextrin)-mediated polylactide-cholesterol stereocomplex micelles for controlled drug deliveryChinese J. Polym. Sci. 2017, 35, 693-699.

2. Liu, X.; Zhong, M.; Shi, F.; Xu, H.; Xie, X. Multi-bond network hydrogels with robust mechanical and self-healable properties. Chinese J. Polym. Sci. 2017, DOI:

3. Zhou, Q. F.; Wang, X. J., in Liquid Crystalline Polymers (in Chinese), Science Press, Beijing, 1994, p.88

4. Furukawa, J., Kobayashi, E.;  Takahire, K., 1974, U.S. Pat., 3.817.968

5. Author, G. F., Macromolecules, in press