Scientific theoretical and technical collection of the nationwide and international scope of dissemination.
Abbreviated title: Kataliz ta naftohimia
Title in English Catalysis and Petrochemistry
Certificate on state registration:
KV No. 24260-14100 PR from 22.01.2020
Catalysis and Petrochemistry is included in the "List of electronic professional publications" (category “B”),
where the results of dissertations for the degree of PhD and doctor of sciences can be published",
according to the Order of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine from 02.07.2020. № 886.
Periodicity: 1-4 issues per year
Languages: Ukrainian, English
The collection is abstracted and/or indexed in: Google Scholar
Thematic direction - presentation of actual problems of catalysis, general questions of development of new catalysts, catalytic processes, the analysis of fundamental and engineering aspects of modern petrochemistry, achievements in industrial organic synthesis based on fossil and renewable resources.
"Catalysis and Petrochemistry" published since January 1995.
The publishing Languages – Ukrainian, English.
Editorial Board of “Catalysis and Petrochemistry” is guided in its work by international ethics of scientific publications and maintains a policy of open access.
"Catalysis and Petrochemistry" supports the ethical principles set out by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) http://www.publicationethics.org/
All articles, submitted to the Editorial Board, on a mandatory basis are reviewed.
The collection was registered as a scientific professional edition (order of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine of 15.04.2014 № 455 – chemical sciences, order of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine of 26.05.2014 № 642 – engineering sciences), in which can be published results of dissertations on the degree of doctor and candidate of sciences.
“Catalysis and Petrochemistry” is registered in scientometric and reference databases – Google Scholar, Crossref and “Ukrayinika naukova”.
Conflicts of interest
Reliability of the articles is important and thus any conflict of interest on the side of the author, peer-reviewer or the editors should be avoided. Authors, peer-reviewers or editors should, whenever these are relevant to the content being considered or published, declare their interests and affiliations, so that the appropriate measures can be taken by the editorial board. If needed, a statement can be made in the journal that a certain person has a personal, financial, politica, academic or religious conflict of interest with the topic. One of the measures that the editorial board can take when there is a conflict in interests, is to change the persons who are involved in peer-reviewing the article. Authors can also be prevented to publish their article in the magazines. The existence of a conflict of interest should however not prevent someone of being included in the list of authors, if they qualify for authorship.
Misconduct and copyright
Catalysis and Petrochemistry has the right to alert potential misconduct to appropriate agents. Authors and peer-reviewers have the right to respond to allegations and for investigations to be carried out with diligence. An allegation should be substantiated and proved right or wrong by the editors. When errors affect the interpretation of information, Catalysis and Petrochemistry has the right to publish 'corrections' (errata), whatever the cause of the error. Likewise, Catalysis and Petrochemistry has the right to publish 'retractions' if work is proven to be fraudulent or 'expressions of concern' when there is a suspicion of misconduct. Depending on the size of the misconduct, the author's institution may be informed, and the author can be refused for a time to publish in the Catalysis and Petrochemistry. Plagiarism or duplication of another text is forbidden even if it is an author's previous publication. Plagiarism includes misappropriation or theft of intellectual property by copying another's work. Authors must thereby avoid duplication of another's research and must always make explicit what the source of their information is. The way to refer to sources is set out by the submission guidelines of the Catalysis and Petrochemistry. Catalysis and Petrochemistry has the right to refuse publishing articles that are suspected of duplicating another's work. Duplication is not applicable to the copying of information from a university dissertation or thesis, posters or abstracts or results presented at meetings, provided that it is the author's own work. Results in databases registries can also be duplicated. Authors that translate and publish material that has been published elsewhere should ensure that they have appropriate permission. They should always identify the source of the original material.
Open Access Policy
Editorial Board “Catalysis and Petrochemistry adheres to the policy of open access to published material, recognizing as a priority the principles of free dissemination of scientific information and knowledge sharing for the sake of global social progress. Users have the freedom to read, download, copy and distribute content for educational and scientific purposes with mandatory attribution.