The text is useful to break into separate headings. This will make it easier for the reader to find the required material. However, headings should not be unnecessarily small. The author should strive to be clearly understood. To do this, it needs to follow certain rules: use only the most clear and unambiguous terms; not to use a word that has two meanings, without defining in which of them it will be applied; Do not use one word in two meanings and different words in one meaning. You should not abuse foreign terms. As a rule, they are not synonymous with native words, there are usually semantic shades between them. It is necessary to invent new terms only in cases when it comes to new, previously unknown phenomena.
So, as M. V. Lomonosov did in his time, having introduced the terms “acid”, “pendulum”, “refraction” and a number of others into the Russian lexicon. In our opinion, a scientific article should be written in a lively, figurative language that always distinguishes scientific works from those not related to those. The author of this material still remembers how his supervisor scribbled a pencil with some pages of his dissertation work and made a note “boring”. Only over time did the justice of this requirement become clear. Many serious scientific works are written so interestingly that they are read like a good detective novel. For example, the book “The Dynamic Character of Adsorption” by the famous Dutch physicist De Buhr is designed in a strict scientific tone, containing the necessary mathematical apparatus.
At the same time, describing the interaction of the flow of molecules with the surface of a solid, De Boer compared this flow with a swarm of bees, which makes it possible to visualize the most complicated process of adsorption. It is necessary to ruthlessly exterminate unnecessary words in the text: “in order” instead of “for”, “the editors ask readers to send their comments” (the word “theirs” is superfluous), “the whole technological process as a whole”, etc. “Mysterious” terms. Examples: “this property of a material is caused by a certain change in its internal structure” (that is, by some change, and therefore, by an uncertain one), “the spraying technology has been improved in some known way.” You should also avoid unnecessary reflexive verbs. It should be used only when it comes to spontaneous processes. For example, it is necessary to say: “they use the method of vacuum deposition”, and not “the method of vacuum deposition is used”.
This allows you to distinguish between a “part heats up” and a “part heats up”, which eliminates ambiguities Attention experienced reader distract any irregularities. It is known  that Leo Tolstoy was not forgiven the phrase: “He put his head on his arm”. Often they write without noticing the roughness, “See. the inscription under the picture. Why write: “Soldering paste is produced by screen printing”, if it is simpler: “Solder paste is applied by screen printing.” Or: “Final finishing of the board is made by varnishing.” After all, the meaning of this phrase “board varnished.”