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Applied Physics, Part A, Materials Science and Processing


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Applied Physics was founded in 1973 by H.K.V. Lotsch and is one of the leading international, peer-reviewed journals in the area of experimental and theoretical investigations in applied research. It is issued in two parts: Applied Physics A: Materials Science & Processing, and Applied Physics B: Lasers and Optics. Both parts appear monthly in issues of varying size. In addition, one extra issue is published quarterly to allow for topical issues. Four issues constitute one volume, and four volumes are published per year.

Applied Physics A publishes regular articles, rapid communications, and invited papers about new results, focusing on the condensed phase including nanostructured materials and their applications. In addition to those about surfaces and thin films, papers on advanced processing and characterization techniques are of interest for the readers of this journal. The high print quality ensures excellent reproduction of photographs obtained in fields such as scanning probe microscopy.

Instructions for authors are found at http://springer.com/00339, then click on Instructions for Authors

Once a manuscript has been accepted, it is published quickly and free of page charges if page restrictions are observed (see Instructions for Authors). Fifty offprints are delivered at no cost.

Applied Physics A: Materials Science & Processing is available at SpringerLink. All articles are published OnlineFirst for speedy publication using the Digital Object Identifier (DOI). Extensive reference linking is also provided through CrossRef and other services. The table of contents and the abstracts are accessible free of charge. The full text and references with reference linking are accessible to subscribers

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