AIP news

Jul 3, 2006 by

The American Institute of Physics has announced several news concerning pricing and content. I will simply copy here the content of the lenghty but news-worthy email. ******************************************************************** Dear Colleagues: The American Institute of Physics is pleased to announce that our 2007 institutional subscription rates are now available. Please visit http://www.aip.org/journal_catalog/AIPJrnls2007NonmemberRateFixed.pdf or http://librarians.aip.org to view 2007 prices for the following publications: AIP Conference Proceedings Applied Physics Letters Chaos Computing in Science & Engineering (co-published with IEEE Computer Society) Journal of Applied Physics The Journal of Chemical Physics Journal of Physical & Chemical Reference Data (co-published with NIST) Journal of Mathematical Physics Low Temperature Physics Physics of Fluids Physics of Plasmas Physics Today Review of Scientific Instruments Prices are also now available for the following package subscription options: AIP Archival AIP Archival Plus Physics of Fluids/Physics...

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75th anniversary of the Journal of Applied Physics...

May 10, 2006 by

The Journal of Applied Physics is celebrating its 75th anniversary and its 100th volume. More than 94 000 articles have been published in its pages, from its creation in 1931 as Physics under the auspices of the American Physical Society, to the present times under the direction of the American Institute of Physics. To note, it is also the AIP’s 75th anniversary. A selection of highly cited papers published in the last seven decades has been made available at http://jap.aip.org/jap/75th/sample_articles.jsp. Influential articles from AIP’s other peer-reviewed journals, and from Physics Today and other AIP magazines, have also been made freely available in conjunction with the AIP 75th anniversary celebration. With each article is a concise introduction to explain its contribution to the fields of physics and related...

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