American Chemical Society - Nano Letters - Guidelines for Authors
Abbreviation: ACS - NL Policy
Countries that developed this resource United States
Published in 2015
Description:Nano Letters invites original reports of fundamental research in all branches of the theory and practice of nanoscience and nanotechnology. The Guidelines for Authors provides information on submission and preparation of manuscripts, and general editorial policies for the journal.
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American Chemical Society, USA (Consortium)
TOP Level Data Transparency: 0: Not TOP compliant
TOP qualifying comments: As part of the Supporting Information, authors must provide an electronic copy of the structural data as a Crystallographic Information File (CIF) and must clearly notify the Editor in the cover letter that the manuscript contains structural data. - Requires sharing of crystallographic data, but not other types of data.
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