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Annalen der Physik

Vol 526 (7 Issues in 2014)
Editor: Stefan Hildebrandt
Print ISSN: 0003-3804 Online ISSN: 1521-3889
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Founded in 1790, Annalen der Physik (AdP) is one of the world's most renowned physics journals with an over 220 years' tradition of excellence. Based on the fame of seminal papers by Einstein, Planck, and many others, the journal is now tuned towards today's most exciting physics findings. Since 2012, AdP appears with fresh content, a new team, and with a brand-new look. The journal continues to cover all fields of physics starting from the fundamental aspects of nature to the forefront of applied physics. It now welcomes Rapid Research Letters (RRLs), original papers, and review articles. As a modern journal it supports video abstracts and additional online material. The new section "Physics Forum" reports about current highlights in AdP and about the historic relation of recent and ongoing research efforts in physics.

How to cite?
To make sure that references to this journal are correctly recorded and resolved (for example in CrossRef or ISI Web of Science), please use the following abbreviated title in any citations: "Ann. Phys. (Berlin)" (punctuation may vary according to the style of the citing journal).

Annalen der Physik will use the following citation form:

Ann. Phys. (Berlin) complete volume number (issue number), page(s) (year).

Please make sure to always use Ann. Phys. (Berlin) as journal abbreviation; there are also other journals using Ann. Phys. as abbreviation.

Topics

The journal covers the physics of:

  • Condensed Matter / Solid State / Materials
  • Optics / Photonics / Quantum Information
  • Cosmology / Gravitation / Relativity
  • High Energy / Particles / Nuclear
  • Biophysics / Biological and Medical Applications
  • Geo / Climate / Environment

ISSN: 0003-3804 (print). 1521-3889 (online).

Volume 526. 12 Issues in 2014.

How to cite: To make sure that references to this journal are correctly recorded and resolved (for example in CrossRef, PubMed, or ISI Web of Knowledge), please use the following abbreviated title in any citations: "Ann. Phys. (Berlin)" (punctuation may vary according to the style of the citing journal).

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