Publishing ethics

Disclosure of competing interests

Avoiding Plagiarism

Errors and ethics misconduct in the published article correction. Article retraction


Corresponding Member of the RAS
Boris W. Levin

Deputy Editor-in-Chief
Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences
Leonid M. Bogomolov

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Avoiding Plagiarism

To avoid inadvertent infringements of copyright, any appearance of plagiarism, or accidental bias in the use of third-party material, authors should exercise care in citing and quoting other publications. This precaution applies also to the use of the author’s own previous writing.

Authors are responsible for clearly identifying the source of the ideas, text, images, etc.; for obtaining permission to reuse material when necessary, including lengthy quotations; and for complying with copyright laws.

Any copyright infringement is dealt with in accordance with the COPE procedure.

When plagiarism or self-plagiarism becomes evident post-publication, the article may be retracted.