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Bulletin of Institute of Chemistry and Chemical Technology (BICCT) is a peer reviewed scientific journal published by Institute of Chemistry and Chemical Technology of the Mongolian Academy of Sciences. The journal publishes full articles in Mongolian and only the title, keywords and abstract are included in English.
BICCT was originated when the first journal on chemistry under the title Chemical analysis brochure has been published for the occasion of 35th anniversary of foundation of scientific organization in Mongolia. It was renamed as Bulletin of Institute of Chemistry and Chemical Technology in 2014. We received p-ISSN (2414-0597) in 2015.
It publishes refereed, original research articles and reviews describing all aspects of the chemistry and chemical technology. The outline of the journal scopes includes:
English translation of title: Bulletin of Institute of Chemistry and Chemical Technology, Mongolian Academy of Sciences (BICCT)
All articles submitted to Bulletin of Institute of Chemistry and Chemical Technology are assessed by the Editor-in-Chief or Editors. Based on the Editor’s judgment, some submissions are rejected initially without external review. Manuscripts selected for the external review are assigned to the Section Editors who send them to the Reviewers. The manuscripts are reviewed by two or more independent experts in the field, who provide comments for the Editors and Authors.
BICCT uses a single-blind method of review. Based on the Reviewer’s comments the Editor-in-Chief or Editor make a decision. The decision is e-mailed to the contact author along with the Reviewer’s comment.
Average duration of manuscript processing from submission to final decision is 8 weeks.
Chemists and chemical engineers.
The journal is published annually.
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.
Publishing ethics of the BICCT is based on those by the committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) code of conduct guidelines available at https://publicationethics.org/
Exemption of responsibility
BICCT assumes no responsibility for the all contents of the published articles.