题目？How to Write Professional
Thesis in English
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How to Write Professional Thesis in English
Language is tool that used to communicate in daily life, history recording, academic research, etc. Statistically；there are more than 3,000
languages spoken by people in different region on our earth. In a word, human beings use language to express their ideas, just a tool. But due to routine of history (the development of science and technology, colonization, culture invasion；etc ) , now English is on its history and dominate the academic area. We can’t reject it；but accept it compliantly. Well, as masters in chemistry, we can push our thesis that are written in English to worldwide if we write our paper in English, reciprocate us correspondingly—the amount and quality of
ones thesis is a symbol of his academic level, which is certificate to be accredited by profession. So in this paper I will discuss how to write professional thesis in English briefly, including primary principles and several tricks.
1. Primary Principles
1.1 Be honest；no plagiarism. First, it’s a issue about academic morality,
all the authors protect their articles, because the articles which represent the academic achievements of the authors has cost the efforts of the authors. Well, all of us want to be respected by others. Second, plagiarism will corrupt the academic environment. What will the result be like all scientific workers copy with each other unscrupulously? Third, at present all academic journals have set up punishing system to purify the academic environment.
1.2 Make sure your arguments are objective with originality. The
article's basic view must come from specific analysis of materials and research, the issues presented from the professional disciplines must have a certain theoretical or practical significance in the academic field. Through independent exploring, express your own awareness and views.
1.3 Be informative with strong evidence. Demonstrate your experiment
in different views with as possible as you can in practical manner, no cheating. But don’t forget to highlight the features of your thesis. Remember that attracting editor is one of the most important purposes. In a word, It’s would
be better that there is the main core and circumstantial evidence. The materials used in the paper should be based on valid, reliable and accurate proofs.
1.4 Express accurately and simplicity definitely. Make sure that all the
professional readers can understand your papers without ambiguity— the
most important requirement.
2. Several Tricks
2.1 Know character of different journal. All journals have their own
features, such as, Science only accepts the article that has significant impact on theory, and Nature attaches importance to the possibility in practice with great innovation. J.Org.Chem never publishes article in inorganic chemistry.
So it’s important to contribute your paper to a appropriate journal or magazine.
2.2 Mortify your imperfect or negative results. We can’t deny that
beauty can shield off ugliness. So if we describe our objective experimental
results to a large extent in appropriate way, the editors may be attracted deeply. But that it is not to say that we can neglect the negative results completely, honest can’t be neglected.
2.3 Ask for proposal from experts. If you feel something wrong exist in
you paper when you have finished your thesis, get suggestions from experts who are in the same field with you as long as you can. So you can depose off the imperfect parts in you paper effectlessly.
2.4 Collect classic sentences about your field encountered. English isn’t
our native language, it is inevitable that our paper can’t be accepted just
because of the defects of expression in English even we have a significant results. So that it’s a good idea to collect classic sentences about your field encountered, simulate them when you want to express the similar meaning in your thesis.
Acknowledgement？I have never write professional paper in English, all my statement is built upon my own feeling that come from lecture orated by vice-editor of J. Org. Chem in October 2009 and the class leaded by Prof.