HOW TO PREPARE AN ABSTRACT FOR THE 7TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON NITROXIDE RADICALS (SPIN-2014) A.B. Author1, C.D. Author2, E.F. Author2 1 Chemistry Department, Institute, City Zip, Country, e-mail 2 Physics Department, University, City, Zip, Country The abstract should be written in English on one or two complete A4 pages and contain a brief, clear statement of conclusion. All abbreviations must be defined in the text. All Figures should be produced "black-and-white" for the electronic and printed versions of the Book of Abstracts. All Figures and Tables must have clear captions. The example shows the layout required for abstracts. Use single spacing throughout, and leave 2.5 cm margins on all sides of the sheet. Please use the "Times New Roman" font (12 pt). The title, authors, affiliations and addresses should be centred. Use bold capital letters in the title and authors. Underline the name of the presenting author. Leave one space between the title and authors, between authors and addresses, and between the addresses and the text. The affiliation should include the institution, department, and country in this sequence. The text itself should be justified. Figures can be included, but they must fit into the total printing area, and must be imported as graphics. Figures must be drawn or glued at the proper position in the text either on JPG or GIF format. References are written as in this model [1, 2], using "Times New Roman" font (10 pt), as well as Acknowledgements. Leave one space between the text and Acknowledgements, and between Acknowledgements and references. Authors are grateful to the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (grant No. 01-02-03456) for financial support.  A. First, B. Second, C. Third. The Journal Name, 12, 345-350 (2013)  Alex B., Nagypal V. Chemistry of Complex Compounds. Bucharest: Akademic Press, 1997. Important: Abstracts must be "Ready-for-printing" without any additional editorial procedures!