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From the fundamental physics of solar flares to the diagnostics of plasmas used in thin film growth, Physics of Plasmas (PoP) delivers a high-quality mix of research no other plasma physics journal can match. The journal web site also lists “Papers in Press” the list is refreshed daily to contain papers as soon as they are accepted for publication. Each issue provides authoritative coverage of research in basic and nonlinear plasma phenomena, magnetically and inertially confined plasmas, high energy density physics, astrophysical plasmas, particle beams and accelerators, plasma applications and sources, dusty plasmas, and more.
The journal also features periodic publication of comprehensive, in-depth review papers of significant areas of study, and Special Topics Sections that highlight cutting-edge developments. The annual Special Issue publishes the invited and review papers from the most recent meeting of the American Physical Society’s Division of Plasma Physics, presenting a broad range of highly important research and a panoramic snapshot of this dynamic field.
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ISSN Print: 1070-664X Online: 1089-7674
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