Acceptance and Proof

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A manuscript will immediately enter the editorial process as soon as accepted. The corresponding author will be informed at the first time and asked to sigh the Publishing Agreement of CCS Chemistry by email. Then the initial accepted manuscript will be further edited and formatted for Journal style by the editorial office. At this stage, further changes (but usually no revisions to the data or conclusions) will be made so that the texts and figures are readable and clear to readers. Editors will send to corresponding author(s) an extensively edited manuscript with comments on the paper’s format for final submission. 

Page proofs should be checked carefully against the manuscript (in particular, all tables, figures, structures, captions, equations, and formulas, as well as clarity of the graphics), and the corrections should be returned as soon as possible. No paper is released for publication until the author’s changes have been made or the author’s approval has been received. Authors must return their page proofs as asked to ensure timely publication of the manuscript, if not, they could be withdrawn from publication. 

Alterations should be restricted to serious changes in interpretation or corrections of data. Extensive or important changes on page proofs, including changes to the title or list of authors, are subject to editorial review. 

It is the responsibility of the corresponding author to ensure that all authors listed on the manuscript agree with the changes made on the proofs. When all comments are resolved successfully, the paper is formally accepted for publication in CCS Chemistry

Each manuscript is given a unique digital object identifier (DOI) number as finishing page proof, which can be used to cite the paper before print publication. 

Contributors are sent proofs and are welcome to propose changes with the editors, but CCS Chemistry reserves the right to make the final decision about matters of style and the size of figures. 

Please note that modification of supporting information after the paper is published requires a formal correction, so authors are encouraged to check their supporting information carefully before submitting the final version.

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