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I am doing a research work and I googled half an hour and found nothing about this. Is there some way to get a title page (without any style) for every chapter? I think the "without style" thing is done with \thispagestyle{empty}

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By title page you mean something like the LaTeX \part in book document style? –  m0nhawk Jan 7 '13 at 18:56
    
@m0nhawk: what? –  dot dot Jan 7 '13 at 20:09
    
I mean something like this. Is this what you want? –  m0nhawk Jan 8 '13 at 10:33
    
@m0nhawk: yes but without numbering. –  dot dot Jan 12 '13 at 1:22
    
If I understand you right (in fact I have difficulties in understanding, what you want, but this may be a lack in my knowledge of English language) a \thispagestyle{empty}\cleardoublepage directly after \chapter{…} should do, what you want. If yes, there are ways for automatic application of these macros … –  Speravir Jan 12 '13 at 21:46
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Something like this with the help of titlesec package:

\documentclass[oneside]{book}

\usepackage[T1]{fontenc}
\usepackage[utf8]{inputenc}
\usepackage[english]{babel}

\usepackage{lipsum}

\usepackage{titlesec}

\titleclass{\chapter}{page}
\assignpagestyle{\chapter}{empty}
\titleformat{\chapter}
    [display]
    {\centering\Huge\bfseries}
    {\chaptername\ \thechapter}
    {0pt}
    {\huge}
    [\clearpage]

\begin{document}
    \chapter{First}
    \lipsum[10-20]
    \chapter{Second}
    \lipsum[10-20]
\end{document}

Additional formatting can be done via modifying the \titleformat options, see #3.1 in titlesec package manual.

And the result:

Chapter page: enter image description here

And text page: enter image description here

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