Formatting guidelines for abstracts
Abstracts of one or two full pages A4 (210*297) should be presented as file in MS Word 97-2003 format.
The text of abstracts including headers should be placed in the frame of 16*22 cm. The headers sequence is: a Report Title (bold heading); after 2 mm vertical space Names of Authors (please, underline the name of person who will present the report); after 2 mm vertical space Affiliation of Authors (italic); after 3 mm vertical space the main text of abstract. Headers should be centered in the working frame.
The paragraph first line indent of 1 cm is required. The line spacing is single. The Times New Roman font is strongly recommended, font size of main text should be 12 points. References in the text should be marked by square brackets. The numerated list of bibliographic data should follow the main text after 2 mm vertical space.
The following is a brief schematic example of abstract formatting:
PresentingPerson P.P., AnotherAuthor A.A.*
Affiliation of PresentingPerson P.P.
*Affiliation of AnotherAuthor A.A.
Abstracts main body (font Times New Roman 12 pt). The reference .
The end of abstracts main text
1. Bibliographic data on reference 1 (APA style)
Nawrocki, J., Rigney, M., McCormick, A., & Carr, P. W. (1993). Journal of Chromatography A,
657 (2), 229-282.
We kindly ask you to send your abstracts by e-mail: ALD_Rusfirstname.lastname@example.org