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Revision Timeline

Research is often a slow process, requiring the careful design, optimization, and replication of experiments. By the time you have accrued enough data to write a manuscript, you will likely want to publish as soon as possible. Rapid publication can accelerate the dissemination of findings, decrease the likelihood of being scooped, and allow a quicker return to the laboratory to work on the next study. Whether you are currently performing experiments or are in the midst of writing, the following Nature Chemistry - Review Speed data may help you to select an efficient and right journal for your manuscripts.

1st Editor Decision 1st Rev. Report Sub. to Acc. Acc. to Pub. Sub. to Pub. # of Reviewers # of Rev. Rnd.
10.7 Days 49.00 Days 170.00 Days - Days 224.00 Days 1-3 Reviewers 0.0 Rounds

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10.7 days

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Submission To 1st Revision Report

49.00 days

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Submission To Acceptance

170.00 days

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Acceptance To Publication

- days

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Submission To Publication

224.00 days

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Number of Reviewers

1-3

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Revision Round

0.0

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1755-4349
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Nature Publishing Group
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Monthly
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2009 - Present
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English
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