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Journal of Physics G: Nuclear and Particle Physics is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes theoretical and experimental research into nuclear physics, particle physics and particle astrophysics, including all interface areas between these fields.

The editor-in-chief is Jacek Dobaczewski, University of York, UK.

Scope

The journal publishes research articles on:

theoretical and experimental topics in the physics of elementary particles and fields;
intermediate-energy physics and nuclear physics;
experimental and theoretical research in particle, neutrino, and nuclear astrophysics;
research arising from all interface areas among these fields.

Research is published in the following formats:

Research Papers: Reports of original and high-quality research work;
Research Notes: Contributions from individuals (or small groups) within large collaborations, containing early results of analyses, detector development, simulations, etc. which might not otherwise be published in the wider literature;
Topical Reviews: Specially commissioned review articles on areas of current interest;
LabTalk: Article summaries written by the researchers themselves which introduce the findings, techniques, and possible applications of their research.[2][3]

Abstracting and indexing information

The journal is indexed in INSPEC Information Services, ISI (Science Citation Index, SciSearch, ISI Alerting Services, Current Contents/Physical, Chemical and Earth Sciences), Article@INIST, and Chemical Abstracts.
External links

Journal of Physics G: Nuclear and Particle Physics website
IOP Publishing

References

"Open access information - Journal of Physics G: Nuclear and Particle Physics - IOPscience". iopscience.iop.org. Retrieved 2016-08-29. "Journal of Physics G: Nuclear and Particle Physics is a hybrid open access journal ..."
Journals Catalogue 2013. iop.org
Journal of Physics G: Nuclear and Particle Physics. Scope. iop.org

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