Online Submission

The online submission tool for Tetrahedron Publications has been updated, to provide greater functionality, faster submission, and a more intuitive system.

The online submission tool for Tetrahedron Publications has been updated, to provide greater functionality, faster submission, and a more intuitive system.

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It should also be noted that use of the journal templates is not a requirement and its adoption will neither speed nor delay publication. A full Guide for Authors is available by clicking on "Author Information" above.

SUPPLEMENTARY DATA

The Tetrahedron family of journals can now feature supplementary data files. These will be hosted alongside the online version of an article, within ScienceDirect. The presence of these files will be signified by a footnote to the article title, and within the text of the paper.

Supplementary data files allow authors to go beyond what previously could be published (in terms either of limitations of format or space) and make available a wide variety of files, to support and enhance their papers.

Supplementary data files can include:

  • Application-specific formats (eg Adobe Acrobat Portable Document Format)
  • High-resolution images (eg JPEG)
  • Background datasets (eg Excel)
  • Movies and animation sequences (eg MPEG)
  • Sound clips (MP3)

When authors supply supplementary data files with their article, they must state whether they wish to have these files published online alongside their article (some authors may choose to submit supplementary data as an aid to the referees only).

Also authors are asked to ensure that the supplementary data is saved in files separate from those for the manuscript and figures, and that all file names are supplied. Authors should also supply a separate caption for each file of data, and at the end of the manuscript add a paragraph entitled Supplementary Data, in which they detail what data is supplied.

All supplementary data will be subject to peer-review.