International (CEI) is a newsletter published electronically by
the Committee on Chemistry
Education (CCE), International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry
(IUPAC). It was formley know as the International Newsletter on
Chemical Education (INCE)
covers following articles:
on activities of CCE and its members, such as projects,
and Reports of events held or supported by IUPAC and related
organizations, such as ICCE, CHEMRAWN, etc,
and Reports on chemical education in member countries of international
interest, which are written or communicated by a CCE member, and
Articles on chemical education written or recommended by a
CCE member as meeting international interest of readers, such
as "Interview with Nobel Laureate", facts and figures,
opinions, and essays.
of this newsletter will be chemistry teachers, professors, and those
interested in chemical education.
Site and Frequency
www.iupac.org/publications/cei - Updated
monthly; collected in a volume once a year. PDF files will also
be prepared when appropriate.
A CCE member submits or recommends a manuscript to an editor (electronically).
The editor reviews the manuscript in line with the editorial policy.
If the editor finds difficulty in decision, he may consult members
of the editorial board. The approved manuscript
is transferred to chief editor for e-publication.
Manuscript may be prepared in either of the format (a) or (b).
(a) Text and
tables in html format. Figures, schemes, and photos in either gif
or jpeg format. Appropriate links may be prepared as necessary.
(b) Text and
tables in a Microsoft Word document. Figures, schemes, and photos
may be pasted in the document, but preferably the corresponding
gif or jpeg files are attached to avoid degradation of the graphics.
It will take some time to convert the document into html format.
Too complex partitioning in the MS Word document may cause difficulty
in converting hence it may take longer time. Supplementary Materials:
Special materials, such as video, sound, and animation, which require
special ad-in tools to the web browser, may accompany the document
as supplementary materials. The html files with cgi and java materials
may also be supplementary materials. They shall be placed at the
web sites prepared by the author, and relevant links referring to
them should be prepared in the text.
Format of the
text: see the following sample; also refer to the articles in the
Title: <h1> in html or 18 Point in Word, Title
(One line of Space)
Name(s) of Author(s) in 12 point
Affiliation(s) and Address(s)
E-mail: e-mail address for correspondence
Abstract: in 12 point. In one paragraph. not indented.
(One line of space before body of text)
Headers will be written in or 14 pint boldface, not indented. Preferably
numbered. In the case of Word, put one line of space above the header.
Sub-header will be written in or 12 point boldface, not indented.
Reference is preferably numbered in the order of appearance. The
style of the reference numbers may either be indicated in superscript
1 or in square bracket . Keep one style through
Put one line of space above each table caption. Put one line of
space below each figure caption.
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 References should be numbered at the bottom of the article.
 For the format of the references, please see articles in the
 Reference to web addressed are encouraged. They should be referred
to with the title of the page, as exemplified below.
 Chemical Education International: url = http://www.iupac.org/publications/cei
 For more information, please consult the chief editor: email@example.com