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27 July 2022
How to mark the corresponding author of SCI

  How to mark the corresponding author of SCI? Speaking of the corresponding author, we all know that the corresponding author is very important in SCI papers. The corresponding author is mainly responsible for all the correspondence with the editorial department, as well as receiving readers' inquiries. Therefore, it is very important to mark corresponding authors in SCI papers, so how to mark them? A lot of authors want to know about it. The following is a small edition of Cisco blue to answer the SCI corresponding author how to mark it.

  In SCI papers, the corresponding author is usually marked with the word "corresponding author", or with a special symbol, such as *. And be sure to specify mailing address, telephone number and E-mail, etc. The corresponding author is usually listed second or last, and then mentioned in a footnote on the first page of the article.

  In addition, it is understood that the corresponding author annotated the name: • Corresponding author. To whom correspondence should be long, or The person To whom, and thus regarding The paper should be Long (to whom inquiries about the paper should be addressed).

  If there are more than two corresponding authors and they are of the same status, then a "joint first author" attribution can be adopted. And explain These authors contributed equally to the work, the authors made equal contribution to the work).

  Refer to the Nature Guide to Authors of your selected journal for details of corresponding author labeling.

  Note that the corresponding author of the article must give the mailing address and postal code as much as possible. If THERE ARE TWO OR MORE CORRESPONDING AUTHORS, EACH OF THE DIFFERENT ADDRESSES SHALL BE LISTED IN THE ORDER IN WHICH IT APPEARS, AND THE RELATION TO THE CORRESPONDING AUTHOR SHALL BE LISTED IN THE FORM OF the corresponding superSCRIPT SYMBOL.

  From the introduction of the corresponding author, we can know that SCI papers attach no less importance to the corresponding author than the first author, so we must pay more attention to it. Finally, we can also understand the corresponding author of the paper labeling steps, relatively more detailed.

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