The structure of a scientific article must necessarily include the following essential elements:

1. Introduction (formulation of the problem in general form and its relation to important scientific or practical tasks; an analysis of recent author-based research and publications that discuss this issue and how to address it; selection of previously unresolved parts of the general problem; formulation of the goals of the article (statement of the task)).

2. Outline of the main research material with full justification of scientific results obtained.

3. Conclusions from this study and further prospects in this direction.

Bibliographic list. References to the sources should be made in square brackets, indicating the page numbers according to the source: for example, [3, p. 234] or [2, p. 35; 8, p. 234].

The article should include annotations and keywords in Ukrainian and English, as well as a translation of the article's title into English. Annotation volume - minimum 1800 characters, number of keywords - minimum 5 words; the UDC index (in the upper left corner of the page); the heading of the magazine; surname and initials of author (s), academic degree, academic title, place of work / study.

Language of publications: Ukrainian, English.

Prohibition of using scientific works of the occupying country

It is prohibited citing and including in the reference list russian-language contributions published in any country, incl. papers written in other languages but published in russia and belarus.

Technical requirements:

1. Article size - 10 to 20 pages, A4 (297 x 210), 25mm to the left, 20mm to the right, top and bottom, typed in Microsoft Word.

2. All text of the article, bibliographic list, annotations, etc. are printed in Times New Roman font, size is 14 pt, interval is one and a half.

3. If the article contains tables and (or) illustrations, they should be compact, have title, text font - Times New Roman, size - 12 pt. Tables and illustrations should be no larger than the page width.