How do I submit my manuscript to a Chemistry Central journal?
All articles must be submitted using our easy to use online submission system.
To submit a manuscript, either:
a. Go to our Submit a manuscript page, select the journal of interest and click the ‘submit’ button to begin the process.
b. From any journal home page, click on the ‘submit a manuscript’ button.
The first step of the process is for you to read the 'submission checklist'. This is a list of things that you should do to ensure that you are ready to submit your manuscript. Once you have satisfied the submission checklist, the next step is for you to either register or, if you have already registered, log in.
You do not have to complete the submission process in one go; you can interrupt it at any time and return to it later (continuing from where you were). All you need to do is log in with your email address and password and go to My Chemistry Central.
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