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Welcome to our author & reviewer hub
You have a job to do.
On these pages you will find tools and services to help you do it brilliantly.
> Publishing for the first time?
> Checking on a submission policy?
> Looking for peer reviewing tips?
> Wondering how to raise your profile?
This hub is where to get your answers.
Building an open future
We're working to make sure that the transition to open access (OA) publishing is smooth, fair and sustainable. Find out more about the benefits of publishing OA in a Royal Society of Chemistry journal.
> Improved visibility
> Our usual high standards
> A clear and simple process
> Low APCs and a range of discounts
The secrets of successful self-promotion
Publishing an article is only the first step to sharing your research with the world. We have some tips and tricks to help you get efficient about making an impact:
> Get prepared with our pre-publication guide
> Reach a global audience after publication
> Start promoting in 15 minutes using Kudos
2021 Journal Impact Factors
Our impact factor results this year are a testament to the talent of the chemical scientists we work with.
Because of your high standards and excellent work, we are accelerating the growth, dissemination, application and impact of chemical science knowledge through our journals.
Finding your article's true home
If your article turns out to be better suited to another journal in our portfolio, we will recommend a transfer as part of the submission process.
> No need to resubmit your information
> Finalise in a few clicks
> Your paper is automatically provided to the recommended journal for consideration
Considering your options?
Take a closer look at the scope of our journal portfolio
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Re-thinking excellence in research - RSC signs DORA
In our capacity as a publisher, we partner with Altmetrics to provide a range of article-level metrics, for example citations and social media mentions, and we provide unrestricted access to citation metadata as a participant in the Initiative for Open Citations (I4OC).
In signing DORA we are now committing to review any reference list constraints in research articles, and we will explicitly encourage authors to cite original work rather than review articles to promote credit where it is due. Some of our journals already encourage author contribution statements – this policy will be expanded to the whole portfolio.