Q: What should be the structure of a manuscript for physics?
I am participating in an online seminar competition and for that I have to submit a manuscript beforehand. So, it will be helpful if I get few guidelines on the format of the manuscript.
Thank you for your question. The core purpose of presenting a manuscript is to go beyond mere presentation of facts and thoughts. It is to reach out to the reader—to communicate your research effectively and help readers understand the issues at hand. The structure of a typical manuscript would vary according to the category it is being presented under. For instance, an original article must be structured in the following order: Title page, Abstract, Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, and Discussion. You may want to check with the concerned team about the preferred structure and proceed accordingly.
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We hope you find this useful and wish you the very best for your presentation.