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Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids

Description
An International Journal

 

Status
active
Indexing
Cambridge Scientific Abstracts; Chemical Abstracts; Current Contents/Engineering, Computing & Technology; EIC/Intelligence; Engineering Index; INSPEC & PASCAL/CNRS Database; Materials Science Citation Index; SSSA/CISA/ECA/ISMEC; Scopus
Subject

Source type
Journal
Publisher
ISBN ISSN
0022-3697
First volume
1
Last volume
69+
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Description
The Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids is a well established international medium for publication of research in condensed matter and materials science. Emphasis is placed on experimental and theoretical work which contributes to a basic understanding of and new insight into the properties and behavior of condensed matter. General areas of interest are the electronic, spectroscopic and structural properties of solids, the statistical mechanics and thermodynamics of condensed systems, including perfect and defect lattices, surfaces, interfaces, thin films and multilayers, amorphous materials and nanostructures, and layered and low dimensional structures. Typical examples include the preparation and structural characterization of novel and advanced materials, especially in relation to the measurement and interpretation of their electrical, magnetic, optical, thermal and mechanical properties, phase transitions, electronic structure and defect properties, and the application of appropriate experimental and theoretical techniques in these studies. Articles are encouraged in all the above areas, but especially those which emphasize fundamental aspects of materials science. From time-to-time, Special Issues of the journal containing invited articles devoted to topical or rapidly developing fields are published.


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