ISST Journal of Applied Physics[IJAP]

IJAP is a peer review bi-annual journal for Physics that serves scientists and engineers working in the fields of theoretical, analytical and experimental physics. The scope of Applied Physics has become an identifiable unified discipline of scientific endeavor. The articles published in IJAP span the whole spectrum of applied physics research.

Following areas are covered, but not limited:

A00 - GENERAL

A01 - Communication, education, history, and philosophy

A02 - Mathematical methods in physics

A03 - Classical and quantum physics; mechanics and fields

A04 - Relativity and gravitation

A05 - Statistical physics and thermodynamics

A06 - Measurement science, general laboratory techniques, and instrumentation systems

A07 - Specific instrumentation and techniques of general use in physics

A10 - THE PHYSICS OF ELEMENTARY PARTICLES AND FIELDS

A11 - General theory of fields and particles

A12 - Specific theories and interaction models; particle systematics

A13 - Specific reactions and phenomenology

A14 - Properties of specific particles and resonances

A20 - NUCLEAR PHYSICS

A21 - Nuclear structure

A23 - Radioactivity and electromagnetic transitions

A24 - Nuclear reactions and scattering: general

A25 - Nuclear reactions and scattering: specific reactions

A27 - Properties of specific nuclei listed by mass ranges

A28 - Nuclear engineering and nuclear power studies

A29 - Experimental methods and instrumentation for elementary-particle and nuclear physics

A30 - ATOMIC AND MOLECULAR PHYSICS

A31 - Theory of atoms and molecules

A32 - Atomic spectra and interactions with photons

A33 - Molecular spectra and interactions with photons

A34 - Atomic and molecular collision processes and interactions

A35 - Properties of atoms and molecules; instruments and techniques

A36 - Studies of special atoms and molecules

A40 - CLASSICAL AREAS OF PHENOMENOLOGY

A41 - Electricity and magnetism; fields and charged particles

A42 - Optics

A43 - Acoustics

A44 - Heat flow, thermal and thermodynamic processes

A46 - Mechanics, elasticity, rheology

A47 - Fluid dynamics

A50 - FLUIDS, PLASMAS AND ELECTRIC DISCHARGES

A51 - Kinetic and transport theory of fluids; physical properties of gases

A52 - The physics of plasmas and electric discharges

A60 - CONDENSED MATTER: STRUCTURE, THERMAL AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES

A61 - Structure of liquids and solids; crystallography

A62 - Mechanical and acoustic properties of condensed matter

A63 - Lattice dynamics and crystal statistics

A64 - Equations of state, phase equilibria, and phase transitions

A65 - Thermal properties of condensed matter

A66 - Transport properties of condensed matter (nonelectronic)

A67 - Quantum fluids and solids; liquid and solid helium

A68 - Surfaces and interfaces; thin films and whiskers

A70 - CONDENSED MATTER: ELECTRONIC STRUCTURE, ELECTRICAL, MAGNETIC, AND OPTICAL PROPERTIES

A71 - Electron states

A72 - Electronic transport in condensed matter

A73 - Electronic structure and electrical properties of surfaces, interfaces, and thin films

A74 - Superconductivity

A75 - Magnetic properties and materials

A76 - Magnetic resonances and relaxation in condensed matter; Mössbauer effect

A77 - Dielectric properties and materials

A78 - Optical properties & condensed matter spectroscopy, other interactions of matter with particles & radiation

A79 - Electron and ion emsission by liquids and solids; impact phenomena

A80 - CROSS-DISCIPLINARY PHYSICS AND RELATED AREAS OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

A81 - Materials science

A82 - Physical chemistry

A86 - Energy research and environmental science

A87 - Biophysics, medical physics, and biomedical engineering

A90 - GEOPHYSICS, ASTRONOMY AND ASTROPHYSICS

A91 - Solid Earth physics

A92 - Hydrospheric and lower atmospheric physics

A93 - Geophysical observations, instrumentation, and techniques

A94 - Aeronomy, space physics, and cosmic rays

A95 - Fundamental astronomy and astrophysics, instrumentation and techniques and astronomical observations

A96 - Solar system

A97 - Stars

A98 - Stellar systems; Galactic and extragalactic objects; Universe

(Information about the classification available at: http://www.ub.uio.no/umn/fys/klass/physics.html )

Manuscripts can be sent to The Editor, IJAP via e-mail to editorijap@isst.org.in

All submission of manuscript should be written in English. Detailed instructions on how to prepare your manuscript are available in Author's Guidelines.

ISSN 0976 – 903X