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                                                  Instructions to Authors
                              ---- How to Use the Author's Template of Chemistry Letters ----
                                        Manabu Kagaku, *1 Keiko Gakujutsu, 1 and Jeffery Haakason2
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                                   CSJ Editorial Office, 1-5, Kanda-Surugadai, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-8307
                                   2
                                     Mainichi Glass Company, 7-1-4 Nippori, Arakawa-ku, Tokyo 116-0013

                       (Received <Month> <Date>, <Year>; CL-<No>; E-mail: <insert corresponding e-mail address>)

     These instructions provide guidelines for preparing                tags. The pull-down “Style menu” is at the left of the
manuscripts for Chemistry Letters. They also contain a set of           Formatting Toolbar at the top of your Word window (in fact,
“Styles-Setting” which should be used to prepare the
manuscripts for the Chemistry Letters. In this Abstract part,           the “Style” being used here is that of “Text_body”). Highlight
define all the symbols and abbreviations at first use in the            the part of the manuscript to which you want to apply a
abstract, and again at first use in the text. Do not delete the         certain “Style,” and then select the appropriate name on the
blank line immediately below this section.                              “Style menu.” The “Style” will adjust your fonts and line
                                                                        spacing. If you type your manuscript directly into the template,
                                                                        select (highlight) the part of the text of the template that you
      This document is a template for Microsoft Word version            want to replace and begin typing your manuscript (e.g. select
6.0 or a later version. These instructions provide guidelines           the “Title” section for typing in your title). The authors’
for preparing manuscripts for Chemistry Letters. If you are             template offers alternative methods for applying certain
using Microsoft Word ver. 6.0 or a later version, use this              “Styles,” but keep in mind that highlighting, then selecting a
document as a template. Otherwise, simply follow the                    “Style” from the “Styles menu” can always be used to re-
instructions given in this document as a reference.                     apply the correct “Style.”
      Please note that some of the instructions described in this             Do not change the font sizes or line spacing to squeeze
document are divided into sections. However, your completed             more text into a limited number of pages. Please observe
body text of manuscript should not be divided into sections.            the 2-page limitation.
      For details on the manuscript style, please consult the                 Artworks should be embedded. To indicate where
Information for Authors (http://www.csj.jp/journals/chem-lett/) or a    artworks should be positioned in the text, point the cursor at
recent issue of Chemistry Letters.                                      the insertion point and use either Insert < Picture < From File,
      Use of this template will benefit the author in that the          or copy the image to the Windows clipboard, and Edit < Paste
entire manuscript (text, tables, and artworks) may be                   Special < Picture (with “Float over text” unchecked). Please
submitted in one file and expedite publication, allow authors           submit high-resolution images. The size of the artwork will be
to indicate preferences for placement of artwork, and enable            adjusted for use in the journal during the editorial process. For
authors to determine whether their manuscript is within the 2-          your reference, maximum size of single column width is 84.0
page limitation. Inserting artworks and tables close to the             mm; double column width is 176.0 mm. Some manuscripts
point at which they are discussed in the text of the manuscript         will have certain electronic problems. In such cases, please
can also be a benefit for the reviewer.                                 contact the CSJ Editorial Office.
      You may also get a better feel for your final page count,               Prior to the transmission of your submission, proofread a
although it will only be an approximation. An attempt has               printout of the manuscript to ensure that all parts of the
been made to approximate the desired look-and-feel of the               manuscript are present and clearly legible. On receipt of your
manuscript style of Chemistry Letters. However, the final               manuscript, CSJ Editorial Office will check the formatting,
version of a manuscript is typeset using composition software           and in case your manuscript does not follow these instructions,
that allows greater control over layout and fonts than is               we will ask you to rearrange it and submit a corrected version
possible in Microsoft Word. The look-and-feel of a                      to us.
manuscript using this template is offered for aesthetic reasons
and to emphasize that your manuscript will be set in two-
                                                                        Manuscript’s Styles
column format, which may be an important aspect in the                        These instructions are typical for the implementation of
design of schemes and equations. This template is to be used            the requirements.
to prepare a new submission to Chemistry Letters. If the                    JP Letter-size paper (210 mm  285.5 mm);
manuscript has been accepted for publication, the final
                                                                            Single-spaced text in two columns of 84.0 mm, with an 8
version should be prepared also in accordance with other
                                                                              mm gutter.
instructions.
                                                                            The text must be located within the margins as specified
How to Use the Template                                                       in Table 1 to facilitate electronic conversion to Adobe
     To get started: select “Page Layout” from the “View”                     Acrobat PDF (Portable Document Format) file.
menu in the menu bar (View < Page Layout), which allows
you to see part of the header. Then cut and paste the text and               The layout of the manuscript Style is illustrated in Figure
artworks from your own documents that contain your                      1. Note that the manuscript’s title and authors’ names should
manuscript data, and use “Styles” in order to add the Word
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be centered across the full page. Tables and figures may span             authors should capitalize the main words, which are
the whole page (176.0 mm), if necessary.                                  nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, and
                                                                          subordinate conjunctions, regardless of the number of
                         Table 1. Margin specifications                   letters. Do not capitalize coordinating conjunctions, (and,
                                                                          but, or, nor, yet, so), articles (a, an, the), or prepositions,
     Margin            Left        Right         Top        Bottom        unless they appear as the first word in the title. The title
                                                                          should be grammatically correct, and reflect the content
       Size          18.0 mm     16.0 mm      27.0 mm      29.5 mm
                                                                          of the manuscript briefly with informative words.

                                                                      Author – The authors’ names should appear below the
                                                                        title. The entire author list, with names delimited by
                                                                        comma, should appear under the title. Specifications of
                                                                        description of authors’ names are as follows:

                                                                          (i)      First name, initial of middle name, and surname
                                                                                    (e.g., Robert W. Atkinson)

                                                                          (ii)     Initial of first name, middle name, and surname
                                                                                    (e.g., R. William Atkinson)

                                                                          Do not use only initials with surnames (e.g., R. W.
                                                                          Atkinson) because it may make specific identification of
                                                                          an author difficult and cause confusion in the indexing
                                                                          and retrieval. Do not include professional/official titles
                                                                          or academic degrees. At least one author must be
                                                                          designated with an asterisk as the author to whom
                                                                          correspondence should be sent.

                                                                      Affiliation – This line contains the authors' affiliation
                                                                        information. Please give affiliations and addresses for
                                                                        personal communications. The affiliation is the
                                                                        institution(s) where the work was conducted. Below the
                 Figure 1. Layout of manuscripts for publication.       section of Authors’ Names, give the business or school
                                                                        (university) affiliation, and complete mailing address
                                                                        using upper and lower case letters and being centred.
Style Reference                                                         Dagger marks (†, ††, †††, and so forth) should be used
     The following Styles should be used in Chemistry                   for indicating multiple affiliations. All other information
Letters manuscripts. Some of them are unique to this authors’           about the authors should be given in the section of
template.                                                               “References and Notes” and the normal numeric
                                                                        sequencing should be used.
                        Table 2. Summary of style usage               Abstract – The abstract formatting is by 9.5-pt Times
                                                                        New Roman. An abstract (40 - 80 words) should
             Style                            Purpose                   summarize the major objects, results, and conclusions of
                                                                        the research briefly. The Abstract allows the reader to
   Title                       Manuscript Title
                                                                        identify the nature and scope of the manuscript and helps
   Author                      Authors’ names                           editors recognize key features for indexing and retrieval.
   Affiliation                 Authors’ affiliations, addresses         In the abstract part, do not cite references, tables, and
                                                                        figures included in the manuscript. The abstract must be
   Received_date               Manuscript Received Date
                                                                        concise, self-contained, and complete enough to appear
   Caption_heading             Header of captions                       separately in abstract publication. Use symbols,
                               Caption for Figures, Tables, etc.        abbreviations and acronyms only when it is necessary to
   Caption
                                                                        prevent awkward construction or needless repetition.
   Figure                      Figure, Chart, Scheme, etc.
                               Equations, formula, etc.               Figures, Tables, and Equations – Place figures and
   Equation
                                                                        tables as close to the position of their mention in the text
   Margin                      Margins                                  as possible. Letters and symbols in figures and tables
   Text_body                   Normal Text                              should be large enough to be clearly reproduced. All
                               Abstract
                                                                        figures and tables must be given sequential numbers (1,
   Abstract                                                             2, 3, etc.) and have a caption placed below the figure or
   References                  References                               above the table being described. Remove all color from
                                                                        graphics, except for those graphics that you would like to
                                                                        have considered for publication in color. Color printing
   Title – The title should be the first item in the manuscript.       of figures is available, but is billed to the authors
     It appears in 12-pt Times New Roman, bold type within              (approximately 40000 JPY/page depending on the
     a frame and is to be centered in the column. In titles,            number of figures and number of pages containing color).
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                Please include a note with your submission indicating                        Refs.18 and 19. If your manuscript has Electronic Supporting Information,
                that you request color printing.                                             a statement of the availability should be placed in this section as in
                                                                                             Ref.20 .
                For best results, submit artworks in the actual size at                           Graphical Abstract – The Graphical abstract should
                which they should appear in the journal. Original                                   contain a small diagram or other informative illustration
                artworks, which do not need to be reduced to fit a single                           that shows the most important aspect of your manuscript
                or double column, will yield the best quality. Letters                              so that the readers can understand the purpose, methods,
                should be no smaller than 4.5 points. (Helvetica or Arial                           and conclusions without referring to the body of the text.
                type works well for lettering.) Lines should be no thinner
                than 0.5 point. Lettering and lines should be of uniform
                density. If you must submit artworks that need to be                         Units and Abbreviations
                reduced, use larger lettering and thicker lines so that,                           Use metric and the International System of Units (SI
                when reduced, the artwork meets the prescribed                               units) as primary units. (SI units are strongly encouraged.)
                parameters. Avoid using complex textures and shading                         The following conventions apply to all units of measure:
                that are sometimes used to achieve a 3-D effect. To                          Abbreviate units of measure when they accompany numerals
                show a pattern, choose a simple cross-hatch design.                          and do not use a period after an abbreviated unit of measure
                Submit only original artwork or high-quality                                 (Exception: in. for inch). For example, commonly used
                photographic prints of originals; Xerographic
                                                                                             abbreviated units are as follows; s, min, h, g, mg, mL, cm, nm,
                photocopies do not reproduce well.
                                                                                             Hz, ppm, and so forth. Put a space between a numeral and its
     Equation – Number equations consecutively with                                         unit of measure, except when they form a unit modifier, in
       equation numbers in parentheses flush with the right                                  which case use a hyphen between them in simple situations.
       margin, as in (1).                                                                    (Exception: no space between a number and the percent
                                                                                             “50,” degree “90” angular minute, or angular second
                           m 1                       m 1
            yi ( N )   wn ( N )bn ( N )   bn ( N )ri ( N )  bn ( N )
                                               *                                             symbols.) Use the center dot to separate compound units, e.g.,
                         n 0               n 0
                                                                                             “Am2.” Common symbols denoting some physical quantities
                                                                      (1)
                First use the equation editor to create the equation. Then
                                                                                             such as mp, bp, pH etc should be given in Roman type instead
                select the “Equation” markup Style. Press the tab key and                    of italic type.
                write the equation number in parentheses. Use                                Fonts
                parentheses to avoid ambiguities in denominators.
                Punctuate equations when they are part of a sentence, as                           For Electronic Submission, use of the following Adobe
                in (2)                                                                       Type 1 fonts is recommended: Times Roman, Helvetica,
                                                                                             Courier, Symbol, Palatino, Avant Garde, Bookman, and Zapf
            r2
           0
                  F ( r,  ) dr d  [ r2 / ( 2 0 )]                                 (2)   Dingbats. In order to produce properly generated PDF files
                       
                                                                                             which have good performance, use only Times (in roman,
                         exp(  | z j  zi | ) 1 J 1 (  r2 ) J 0 (  ri ) d .         bold or italic), Symbol, and Zapf Dingbats fonts from the
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                                                                                             standard PostScript set of fonts. Some critical problems have
                Be sure that the symbols in your equation have been                          arisen when using Cyrillic and Asian fonts. In the case that
                defined before the equation appears or immediately                           these kinds of fonts are used in graphics, please take great
                following it. Italicize symbols (T might refer to                            care.
                temperature, but T is the unit tesla). Refer to “eq 1,” not
                “(1)” or “equation (1).”                                                     Page Numbers
           References and Notes – All bibliographical references
                                                                                                  DO NOT input any page numbers. They will be added
             should be numbered and listed at the end of the                                 by the staff of CSJ Editorial Office.
             manuscript in a section called “References (and Notes).”
             Authors should consult the Journal Web site available
             via http://www.csj.jp/journals/styles/ref.html as a guide
                                                                                             References and Notes
             to the proper format. References should be typed in the                         1     N. P. Balsara, L. J. Fetters, N. Hadjichristidis, D. J. Lohse, C. C.
             format of Chemistry Letters and referenced in the text by                             Han, W. W. Graessley, R. Krishnamoorti, Bull. Chem. Soc. Jpn.
                                                                                                   1999, 32, 6137.
             superscript numbers without parentheses or spaces. The                          2     F. Minisci, Synthesis 1973, 1; G. A. Olah, T. D. Ernst, J. Org.
             superscript numbers appear outside the punctuation if the                             Chem. 1989, 54, 1203; H. Takeuchi, T. Adachi, H. Nishiguchi, J.
             citation applies to a whole sentence or clause.# When                                 Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun. 1991, 1524; S. Seko, N. Kawamura, J.
             more than one reference is cited in one place, separate                               Org. Chem. 1996, 62, 442.
             the numbers by commas without spaces. Journals should                           3     a) H. Tsutsui, Y. Hayashi, K. Narasaka, Chem. Lett. 1997, 317. b)
             be abbreviated as in Chemical Abstracts. The use of                                   K. Uchiyama, M. Yoshida, Y. Hayashi, K. Narasaka, Chem. Lett.
             “ibid.” and “idem” in references is not allowed. In                                   2004, 33, 607; 2004, 33, 609. c) M. Kitamura, S. Chiba, K.
             references, the journal title and the volume number (or                               Narasaka, Bull. Chem. Soc. Jpn., in press.
                                                                                             4     S. Mori, K. Uchiyama, Y. Hayashi, K. Narasaka, E. Nakamura,
             year, if there is no volume number) should be typed in                                Chem. Lett. 1998, 111.
             italic and bold-face, respectively.                                             5     R. Hearn, M. K. R. G. Russell, Ann. Rheum. Dis. 1983, 42, Suppl.
                                                                                                   1, 39.
References to articles in Journals should be given in a manner shown                         6     R. Hearn, Jr., M. K. R. G. Russell, Org. Synth. 1983, Coll. Vol. III,
below in Refs. 1-6, references to Books as in Refs. 7-9, and references                            39.
to Proceedings as in Refs. 10-12. For Patents, the Chemical Abstracts                        7     G. D. Wignall, in Encyclopedia of Polymer Science and
reference is recommended to be given like the manner demonstrated in                               Engineering, 2nd ed., ed. by H. F. Mark, N. M. Bikales, Wiley-
Refs. 13-16. References to Computer Programs should be given as in                                 Interscience, New York, 1999, Vol. 10, Chap. 6, pp. 112–150.
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8    J. K. Stille, in The Chemistry of the Metal-Carbon Bond, ed. by F.
     R. Hartley, Wiley, Chichester, 1985, p. 9.
9    Endofullerenes, ed. by T. Akasaka, S. Nagase, Kluwer Academic,
     Dordrecht, 2002.
10   Presented at the 63rd Annual Meeting of the Chemical Society of
     Japan, Higashi-Osaka, March 23–27, 1992, Abstr., No. 2171.
11   D.-Y. Zhou, L.-B. Zhang, M. Minato, M. Yamasaki, T. Ito, 44th
     Symposium on Organometallic Chemistry, Hiroshima, Japan,
     September, 1997, Abstr., No. A203.
12   J. J. Weldon, S. Schmidt, W. F. M. Debboun, Abstracts of Papers,
     225th ACS National Meeting, New Orleans, LA, U.S.A., March
     23–27, 2003.
13   H. F. Lockwood, U.S. Patent 3759835, 1965; Chem. Abstr. 1970,
     73, 46241q.
14   H. Tsutsui, Y. Hayashi, K. Narasaka, Jpn. Kokai Tokkyo Koho 87
     81,417, 1987; Chem. Abstr. 1991, 114, 216542.
15   G. Belton, PCT Int. Appl. WO 90 13,124,21, 1989.
16   L. Bagnulo, Eur. Pat. Appl. EP 402,988, 1990.
17   H. Tsutsui, Ph.D. Thesis, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, 1987; A.
     Sawada, M.S. Thesis, Tokyo Institute of Technology, 1995.
18   J. Frisch, G. W. Trucks, H. B. Schlegel, G. E. Scuseria, M. A.
     Robb, J. R. Cheeseman, J. B. Foresman, J. Cioslowski, J. V. Ortiz,
     B. B. Stefanov, G. Liu, A. Liashenko, C. Gonzalez, M.
     Challacombe, P. M. W. Gill, B. G. Johnson, W. C. M. Head-
     Gordon, E. S. Replogle, J. A. Pople, Gaussian 98 (Revision A.7),
     Gaussian, Inc., Pittsburgh, PA, 2001.
19   A. M. Sheldrick, SHELX 97-Programs for Crystal Structure
     Analysis, Göttingen, Germany, 1998.
20   Supporting Information is also available electronically on the CSJ-
     Journal Web site, http://www.csj.jp/journals/chem-lett/index.html.
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           NOTE The diagram is acceptable in a colored form. Publication of the colored G.A. is free of charge.
For publication, electronic data of the colored G.A. should be submitted. Preferred data format is EPS, PS, CDX, PPT, and TIFF.
     If the data of your G.A. is "bit-mapped image" data (not "vector data"), note that its print-resolution should be 300 dpi.




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