The Journal is the method researchers’ forum for exchanging information and keeping informed of new technology and techniques pertinent to regulatory agencies and regulated industries. You can access contributions from leaders in chemical and microbiological analysis developed through AOAC’s stakeholder process.
The Journal of AOAC INTERNATIONAL is part of the Oxford University Press catalog of premier scientific publications and is published six times yearly, presenting fully-refereed contributed papers in the fields of chemical and microbiological analysis, including:
For information about submitting a paper to J. AOAC Int., contact Jennifer Diatz, at [email protected].
The Journal of AOAC INTERNATIONAL publishes in the fields of chemical, biological, and toxicological analytical chemistry for the purpose of showcasing the most precise, accurate, and sensitive methods for analysis of foods, food additives, supplements and contaminants, cosmetics, drugs, toxins, hazardous substances, pesticides, feeds, fertilizers, and the environment. The Journal publishes, research articles on important original research relevant to the scope of Journal of AOAC INTERNATIONAL. Review Articles: Provide an introduction to, and update on, recent progress in a particular field, which is accessible to a researcher not working directly in that discipline. Short Communication: Short communications are briefer than full research papers, typically fewer than 2,500 words. Letter to Editor: The Journal publishes Letters to the Editor related to papers published in the Journal, and where appropriate, the Journal will send letters commenting on the Journal article to the author of the paper for a response and publish the letter and the response at the same time.
Research articles, review articles, and short communications are welcome in one of the following topic areas:
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