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How to suggest reviewers - International Science Editing
In this post, we provide an infographic displaying some tips on identifying suitable reviewers. Journals often request a list of suitable reviewers at the submission stage. [Read More]
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anisotropy | Definition, Examples, & Facts | Britannica
Anisotropy, in physics, the quality of exhibiting properties with different values when measured along axes in different directions. Anisotropy is most easily observed in single crystals of solid elem... [Read More]
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italki - The difference between cooperate, co-operate and coperate What's the differencebetween cooperate, c
The difference between cooperate, co-operate and coperate What's the difference between cooperate, co-operate and coperate?? Thanks a lot!! [Read More]
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Writing Mistakes That Will Get Your Scientific Paper Rejected-Part 1 - YouTube
In this video, I cover some of the most common mistakes that scientific authors make when writing a scientific paper and explain how to avoid making them. Th... [Read More]
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Finance Cover Letter Example [From Internship to Experienced]
See a sample finance cover letter and win an interview. Follow step-by-step instructions on how to write a cover letter for finance. [Read More]
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retracted article database
retracted article database which allows you to investigate many articles. [Read More]
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Advantages of being a reviewer for scientific articles
Peer-review is the cornerstone of scientific publishing : the voluntary work of independent and anonymous reviewers is one of the best ways to ensure high quality, technical soundness, relevance and o... [Read More]
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Revised Guidelines for Short Communications - News - Elsevier
The Journal of Nuclear Materials has updated its guidelines relating to Short Communication papers. The guidelines have been updated in the guide.... [Read More]
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wordsmithing - Wiktionary
https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/wordsmithingwordsmithing (uncountable)The making of changes to a text to improve clarity and style, as opposed to content.We've d... [Read More]
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How to Use ‘e.g.’ and ‘i.e.’ |AJE
The terms e.g. and i.e. mean different things, but are easily confused. Here is how to use each abbrevation. [Read More]