The ORCID identifier will appear in the HTML and PDF versions of published ACS journal articles.
ORCID integration helps you maintain your records in a centralized database. Further, the centralization of your publication activity helps disambiguate your research. The end goal is to ensure that ACS authors are correctly associated with your scholarly contributions. It can also help with scientific discovery of your work and improve … Continue reading “How will ORCID integration benefit me, the author?”
It will show up immediately if you registered from ACS Paragon Plus, or will show up immediately after you add it to your ACS Paragon Plus profile.
Data security and privacy is a top concern for ORCID. Data are stored on servers inaccessible via an internet connection. Only Record (account) holders and their assigned delegates can modify a profile. ORCID utilizes three privacy settings for all data recorded in your ORCID profile: Public: Viewable by anyone who … Continue reading “Is my information safe with ORCID?”
There is no cost associated with obtaining an ORCID Identifer..
You will need to validate your ORCID identifier within ACS Paragon Plus. This validation can be done via your ACS Paragon Plus profile or during manuscript revision. Your validated ORCID identifier will remain within your profile in ACS Paragon Plus and will be attached to all future articles you publish … Continue reading “I already have an ORCID ID. What do I need to do?”
Yes, if an ORCID identifier was provided during submission or manuscript revision, your ORCID profile will be automatically updated through automation with CrossRef. ACS Publications will handle this automatic deposit and there is no additional action required by the author.
Registering for an ORCID identifier is easy. Simply register for one during the manuscript submission or revision process in ACS Paragon Plus. Alternatively, you can register for an ORCID identifier directly through ORCID’s website or through your ACS Paragon Plus profile.
ORCID stands for Open Researcher and Contributor Identification. ORCID is an open, non-profit, global, community-driven initiative to disambiguate authors of scholarly work and to better connect researchers to their research output and to each other. ORCID provides a persistent digital identifier that distinguishes you from every other researcher, and linkages that ensure your work … Continue reading “What is ORCID?”
The phone command in LaTeX is related to the fax command and if the fax is not inserted, by default settings, the phone number will not appear in the resulting PDF. The following sequence needs to be added to the command line (safest place would be just below documentclass to … Continue reading “Achemso: Use of the /phone Macro”