Q: What kind of papers does IJRPC publish?
IJRPC aims to publish research papers in all the areas of Physics, Chemistry and related research streams. The research paper publication process starts with the manuscript online submission or submission via email. And the review process usually complete within 1-3 days time, depending upon the number of research papers in the streamline.
Q: Is it possible to publish the manuscript within 2-3 days?
Yes, whenever you will submit your manuscript you can also request to review your manuscript on a priority basis. So that we will immediately process your manuscript for review. If a manuscript is accepted you can move for the registration process. And after the registration process we will immediately publish your manuscript within a day.
Q: How will I know that my manuscript is accepted or not?
Once your manuscript is reviewed we will notify you with acceptance, acceptance with modification or rejection of the manuscript.
Q: What is the standard or quality of papers published in IJRPC?
Like most journals, IJRPC tries to ensure publishing high-quality papers. Papers that have a significant contribution, worth for sharing an idea, a concept, a technique or a result, are considered for publication as determined by our reviewers. Typically, acceptance rate varies from 30% to 40%.
Q: How to submit a manuscript/research paper to IJRPC?
You can submit your manuscript by online submission from the home page of IJRPC: http://ijrpc.org/index.php/ijrpc/about/submissions. You can also mail your manuscript to firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: What is CrossRef DOI and what is the meaning of assigning Digital Object Identifier to the individual manuscript?
CrossRef is a not-for-profit membership association whose mission is to enable easy identification and use of trustworthy electronic content by promoting the cooperative development and application of a sustainable infrastructure.CrossRef's general purpose is to promote the development and cooperative use of new and innovative technologies to speed and facilitate scholarly research. CrossRef's specific mandate is to be the citation linking backbone for all scholarly information in electronic form. CrossRef is a collaborative reference linking service that functions as a sort of digital switchboard. It holds no full-text content, but rather effects linkages through CrossRef Digital Object Identifiers (CrossRef DOI), which are tagged to article metadata supplied by the participating publishers. The end result is an efficient, scalable linking system through which a researcher can click on a reference citation in a joual and access the cited article. At the beginning of 2000, the world's leading scholarly publishers joined to form the non-profit, independent organization, Publishers Inteational Linking Association, Inc. (PILA), which operates CrossRef. The Board of Directors today comprises representatives from AAAS (Science), AIP, APA, Elsevier, IEEE, IOP, Informa UK, Wolters Kluwer Health, Nature, Sage, Springer, Thieme, University of Califoia Press, University of Chicago Press and Wiley-Blackwell. Among the visitors to the Frankfurt Book Fair in October of 1999 who witnessed the demonstration of the DOI-X project, there were several representatives of the leading scientific, technical, and medical publishers. Recognizing that this prototype of a lookup system based on the Digital Object Identifier (DOI) held the key to a broad-based and efficient joual reference linking system, they took the unusual step of joining together as the non-profit, independent Publishers Inteational Linking Association Inc. (PILA), which was incorporated in January 2000 and CrossRef went live as the first collaborative reference linking service in June 2000.IJRPC is a voting member of the CrossRef. The DOI prefix allotted for IJRPC is 10.17762
Q: When a Digital Object Identifier (DOI) will be assigned to the manuscript?
Two-three months (approx 90 days) from the date of publication, IJRPC allots a unique Digital Object Identifiers (DOI) to each article in partnership with CrossRef. The period of approximate 2-3 months is allotted to solicit any claims of copyright infringement from external agencies.