The manuscripts should be typed double spaced in 12 pt Times New Roman font and they should include: Title, authors names, address of authors, abstract, keywords, all sections of the body of the manuscript, footnotes and references.
Should clearly and indicate the content of the article. No abbreviation should be used in the title.
Authors and their addresses
should be placed below the title. Use an asterisk (*) to distinguish the corresponding author with a footnote containing phone number, fax number and email address of the person.
Abstract should state briefly (no more than 300 words- with no abbreviations) the reason for the work, the significant new results and conclusions.
Select up to five words should be provided on the title page.
The body of the manuscript should be divided in to the following sequence of the sections:1. Introduction, 2. Experimental, 3. Results and discussion, 4. Conclusions and 5. References.
Tables and Figures
Should be numbered consecutively with Arabic numerals (Table 1. and Figure 1.) Tables must have a brief descriptive title. Figures should have figure captions on a separate sheet. The content of figures and tables should not be duplicated.
References (Vancouver Citation Style)
References should be listed on a separate sheet in numerical order according to their order of appearance in the text. Typical citations are illustrated below:
 Lindstrom B. and Pettersson L. J., "Hydrogen generation by steam reforming of methanol over copper-based catalysts for fuel cell applications", Int. J. Hydrogen Energy, 2001, 26: 923 [year of publication, Volume, number of the first page].
 Brian W., US Patent 6 379 828, 2002.
 Zhao T. S., 1st ed., Micro Fuel Cells, Academic Press, 2009.
- Conference Sessions and Presentations
 Taghavi H., Shirazi M. M., Hooshmand N., Rahimpour M. R. and Jahanmiri A., "A Tubular Catalytic Plasma Reactor for Hydrogen-Rich Gas Production", Proceeding of the 2nd Conference on Hydrogen & Fuel Cell, Tehran, Iran, 2012: 7