The Elsevier Authenticate API enables developers to submit an IP authenticate request in order to create a secured authtoken. This authtoken can be used to resolve IP address conflicts for institutional subscribers of Scopus/ScienceDirect and to deal with other cases in which multiple IP addresses are associated with an account. Once the authtoken is obtained, the developer should submit the authtoken with each Elsevier API request.
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