Peer Review Process

All articles published in the Molluca Journal of Chemistry Education (MJoCE) undergo a double-blind review process. Two reviewers will review the submitted manuscripts. Reviewers will provide comments and scholarly input to improve the manuscript's content. Each reviewer is given one month to conduct the review. If the reviewer does not respond within the specified time, the review process will be assigned to another qualified reviewer with the same qualifications.

Additionally, all manuscripts must be free of plagiarism. For this purpose, authors are encouraged to use the plagiarism detection software available on this journal's website, specifically the Plagiarism Checker or Turnitin, to check for similarity. The acceptable level of similarity is a maximum of 20%.

The editor will make the final decision on the acceptance of the article based on the recommendations of the reviewers. The publication of accepted articles, including the order of publication, will be determined by the Editor-in-Chief, considering the date of acceptance, geographic distribution of authors, and thematic issues.