This document presents the format for full papers to be published in the Annals of the XLVII SBPO. Title, affiliation, abstract and keywords must be exactly the same as the author informed when registered the paper through JEMS. The Abstract must not exceed 150 words.
The Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology is an international, peer-reviewed, Open Access journal published and financed by the Beilstein-Institut. The journal publishes original articles on all aspects of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology. It provides a broad coverage of both fundamental and applied research, including aspects of chemistry, physics and biology as well as materials science and engineering.
Beilstein-Institut for the Advancement of Chemical Sciences
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Esta classe de LaTeX foi criada com o intuito de padronizar as dissertacoes / teses do IAG, de acordo com as normas e diretrizes da USP.
Mais informações em: http://www.astro.iag.usp.br/~reprdiscente/html/iagtese.html
Queen's Thesis Format by Michelle L. Crane, Queen's University, 2003
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