What is the difference between the final published article and the accepted manuscript version of an article?

What is the difference between the final published article and the accepted manuscript version of an article?

The accepted manuscript is the post-peer review draft, accepted by the journal, prior to additional editing and production enhancement by ACS Publications. The final published article, also known as the version of record, is the professionally edited, enhanced, and typeset version of the article, as it appeared in publication in the journal.

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  • Date Created: 07/10/2014
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