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Organisation of the manuscript
The first page should be organised as follows: title of the paper, author names and ORCID IDs, affiliations, e-mail (only the corresponding author) and abstract (not more than 100 words).
Headings, sub-headings should be placed in the main text as appropriate. The authors are encouraged to conform to the standard sequence of sections (e.g., Introduction; Experimental; Results; Discussion; Conclusions; etc.).
References (maximum 25) should be numbered consecutively by Arabic numerals in square brackets (e.g., ; [3, 4]; [7-11]). Each reference should contain names of all authors. The list of references should follow the main text and should have the following format:
For a paper in a journal: author(s), paper title, journal abbreviation, year, volume (number), pages, DOI number:
 Kitamura T., Yokoyama M., Hole drift mobility and chemical structure of charge-transporting hydrazone compounds, J. Appl. Phys., 1991, 69 (2), 821-826, DOI: 10.1063/1.347316.
For a book: Author(s), title, Publisher, place, year of issue:
 Swalin R.A., Thermodynamics of Solids, Wiley, New York, 1962.
For a chapter in a book: Author(s), title of the chapter in English, [In:] Author(s) or Editors of the book, its title in English, Publisher, place of issue, year, page(s), (original language if not English):
 Wild U.P. and Renn A., Spectral Hole-Burning, [In:] H. Drr, H. Bouas-Laurent (Eds.), Photochromism. Molecules and Systems, Elsevier, Amsterdam, 1990, p. 930.
 Electrochemistry, [In:] I. Barycka, K. Skudlarski, Fundamentals of Chemistry, Ofic. Wyd. PWr., Wrocław, 2001, p. 233–264 (in Polish).
Journal abbreviations should be in accordance with the standards of Chemical Abstracts.
Equations referred to in the text should be numbered consecutively at the right hand margin with Arabic numerals in parentheses.
Figures and tables should be numbered consecutively with Arabic numerals, and denoted in the text. The list of figure captions should follow the list of references at the end of the text. The tables should be planned so as their final widths do not exceed 13 cm.