United States Department of Energy

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DOE STI Management System

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Product Description

Submission of USDOE Scientific and Technical Information
(Step-by-step version of Announcement Notice 241.3)

(For use by Financial Assistance Recipients and Non-Major Site/Facility Management Contractors to submit Final Technical Reports, Journal-Article Accepted Manuscripts, Conference Papers, and other STI products under an award; reference other Submission Options for Software and Datasets)
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STI Sub Type

This accepted manuscript will be made publicly available and discoverable through OSTI products after an administrative interval of 12 months from the publication date.


A digital object identifier (DOI) is a unique persistent identifier that references a digital object and provides long-term access; DOIs remain stable even if the underlying address or URL for the content changes.

What is an accepted manuscript?

An accepted manuscript is the version of the article that has been accepted for publication by a publisher and includes changes made by the author during the peer-review process, also known as the final peer-reviewed accepted manuscript. It includes the same content as the published article in the journal and may or may not include all of the publisher's form or format. Find more information and accepted manuscript examples.

Your DOI will auto-populate some of the required metadata, including title, author, and publication date.

Product Type Info

Product Type Info

 



 

Authors

Authors

An ORCID identifier is a unique, persistent, identifying number assigned to a researcher that helps distinguish his or her research activities from others with similar names. For more information, visit orcid.org.

Content

Content

Related Documents

Related Documents

You may add here up to 200 DOIs to reference other papers, datasets, or software that relate to the STI product you are submitting/announcing with this record. The STI product you are currently submitting/describing/announcing with this record is always considered Item A. The related DOI is always considered Item B. When cross-referencing with the "how related" controlled vocabulary, the virtual sentence structure you want to create is "Item A (is related in this way to) Item B".

Contact Info

Contact Info

Provide the organization or individual name with corresponding contact information who will serve as the point of contact for DOE if there are questions about the content of the Accepted Manuscript.

Upload/Link

Upload/Link

Full-Text File Upload   (120 MB File Size Limit)

Acceptable file formats are Adobe PDF (.pdf), Microsoft Word (.doc, .docx), OpenOffice and OpenDocument (.odt).

URL must link directly to STI product in one of the acceptable file formats listed above. URL should not link to a landing page providing additional links to access the STI product.

What is an accepted manuscript?

An accepted manuscript is the version of the article that has been accepted for publication by a publisher and includes changes made by the author during the peer-review process, also known as the final peer-reviewed accepted manuscript. It includes the same content as the published article in the journal and may or may not include all of the publisher's form or format. Find more information and accepted manuscript examples.

Certifications

Certifications

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