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June 2009

 

Over 250,000 Applied Physics Articles from AIP and AVS Added to the IEEE Xplore Digital Library

New Titles Include the #1 and #2 Journals in Applied Physics

IEEE has teamed up with two of the leading physics organizations—the American Institute of Physics (AIP) and AVS, the technical society devoted to materials, interfaces and processing—to offer a new subscription package available through the IEEE Xplore® digital library.

“Partnering with AIP and AVS enables IEEE to add world-class applied physics content to the IEEE Xplore digital library, broadening its technology scope to better serve its customers,” said Anthony Durniak, Staff Executive, IEEE Publications. “It also contributes to IEEE's vision of providing essential information to the global technical community and technology professionals everywhere.”

Read the full press release (PDF, 104 KB)

Developed for corporations and government research centers, the AIP/AVS Applied Physics Library provides subscribers with unlimited access to five top journals in applied physics, including archives dating back to 1930.

This new subscription will provide full-text access to more than 250,000 articles from five AIP/AVS journals. These titles include:

  • Applied Physics Letters (AIP)—the #1 most-cited journal in applied physics
  • Journal of Applied Physics (AIP)—the #2 most-cited journals in applied physics
  • Review of Scientific Instruments (AIP)
  • Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology A (AVS): Vacuum, Surfaces and Films
  • Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology B(AVS): Microelectronics and Nanometer Structures

The AIP/AVS Applied Physics Library is exclusively available via IEEE Xplore and can be purchased as a stand-alone corporate subscription or added to an existing IEEE Xplore corporate subscription.

Learn more about the AIP/AVS Applied Physics Library

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