Screening for Plagiarism

The MOLEKUL takes plagiarism and self-plagiarism seriously and maintains a strict policy to ensure the originality and integrity of the published research. All submitted manuscripts are subject to a thorough plagiarism screening process using industry-standard plagiarism detection software, such as Turnitin or similar tools.

Authors are expected to submit original work that has not been published previously and is not under consideration for publication elsewhere. Any form of plagiarism, including the use of others' ideas, text, or data without proper attribution or permission, will result in immediate rejection of the manuscript.

In addition, self-plagiarism, where authors reuse significant portions of their previously published work without appropriate citation or acknowledgement, is also strictly prohibited. Authors are required to properly cite and reference their own previously published work, avoiding redundant publication or any violation of copyright laws.

If plagiarism or self-plagiarism is detected during the review process or after publication, appropriate action will be taken, including rejection of the manuscript, retraction of the published article, and notification of the authors' institutions or funding agencies.

The MOLEKUL promotes academic integrity and expects authors to adhere to the highest ethical standards in their research and publication practices. By submitting a manuscript to this journal, authors acknowledge that their work is original and does not infringe upon the intellectual property rights of others.

We encourage authors to familiarize themselves with the principles of responsible research conduct and proper citation practices. For further guidance on avoiding plagiarism and maintaining research integrity, authors are advised to consult relevant ethical guidelines and resources provided by their institutions or professional societies