About the Journal
Masakazu Yoshikawa (Japan) View Editor's Profile
Abbreviated key title: J. Memb. Separ. Tech.
ISSN (online): 1929-6037
Published by: Lifescience Global
Periodicity: 4 times per year
Months: February, May, August, November
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Scope and Topics of the Journal
The Journal of Membranes and Separation Technology is a peer-reviewed journal covers all aspects of membrane & separation sciences and technology.
The journal facilitates the communication of new ideas and techniques relating to synthesis and characterization of membrane / separation materials. The journal also publishes updates in filtration, fouling, module operations, process design, processes simulation technologies with the ultimate goal of promoting best practices.
The journal publishes high quality, original articles, review articles, case reports, field studies, and short communications. The Journal of Membranes and Separation Technology is addressed to both practicing professionals and researchers in the membranes and separation technology, professionals in academia, former researchers and PhD students and other specialists interested in the results of scientific research in separation sciences related to membranes.
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- Manuscript topics are normally approved by senior editors followed by formal peer review conducted in collaboration with editorial board members and independent referees appointed by editorial team of each journal.
- In case of theme issue on a particular topic, the appointed Guest Editor is responsible to conduct peer review and submit full review reports along with accepted manuscripts of the journal.
- Lifescience Global encourages its editorial teams to use the electronic submission and peer-review system for its journals to facilitate them during peer review process.
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