The journal ”Multiphase Systems“ is published using the LaTeX publishing system; authors who can provide source files in LaTeX format can greatly speed up the work for journal publication, for which the editors are grateful. However, the editors also take on the task of converting articles submitted in other formats into LaTeX after peer review.
The design of articles for ”Multiphase Systems“ is done using the class mfs.cls. The specified class may be changed, so it is recommended to obtain the latest version of the class from the website before creating your article.
An example design describing the commands specific to the mfs class is shown in the document mfs-example.pdf. The source file for this document, mfs-example.tex, can be used as a template. (The files mfs.pdf and mfs.eps contain the images included in the example file. These files are needed to compile the example using pdflatex and latex commans respectively.
If the author does not use LaTeX, a system suitable for authors can be used to prepare the text of the article. In this case, in addition to the original article file, a copy of the article in PDF format should be provided for primary reading of complex cases. In addition, the following requirements for the preparation of the material should be fully taken into account.
When preparing the article, special attention should be paid to the following points
Articles should contains follows:
An author summary of 2000–2500 words should be prepared in a separate file and attached to the article. The author's outline is intended to be an independent source of information from the article, so it should be informative (should not contain common words), original (there should be no paper imitation in the Russian abstract), meaningful (reflecting the main content of the article and research results), structured (follows the logic of explaining the results of the article), compact but not short.
Provide the following information about each author to be displayed on the website: