How to publish paper in Elsevier?

The most important thing is to remember that Elsevier publishes papers of high quality only. Hence, you should write a paper of high quality. After assuring this, you should select a proper journal. Elsevier has a vast number of journals. It is essential to match the scope of your journal with the scope of your journal.

Once you have finalized the journal, you should strictly follow the guidelines of the journals. If not, your paper is likely to be rejected.

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