The 2016 Journal Impact Factors for Wiley’s physics journals show a compendium of journals that continue to provide the research community with relevant scientific content across the physical science realm. See the physics 2016 Journal Impact Factors here.
physica status solidi (RRL) Rapid Research Letters, the flagship pss journal, received an Impact Factor of 3.03, with its core research publication areas of thin-film perovskites and silicon photovoltaics contributing to this success. The Impact Factor of physica status solidi (b) –basic solid state physics increased yet again, up 10.0% to 1.67 and physica status solidi (a) – applications and materials science received an impact factor of 1.77.
Crystal Research and Technology celebrated 50th anniversary in 2016 with a Special Issue (free to read) highlighting some of the best topics covered through its long life. The journal is part of the core set of journals in the fields of crystallography and crystal growth, a fact reflected by its latest Impact Factor of 1.00.
Laser & Photonics Reviews continues to be one of the top journals in the area of optics, laser technology and photonics, and in 2016 it has achieved an Impact Factor of 8.43.
The relaunched International Journal of Quantum Chemistry highlights the gamut of today’s quantum chemistry and achieved an all-time high impact factor of 2.92. In its 50th year of publication IJQC continues to report research of urgency, significance and broad interest to the theoretical and computational chemistry communities.
2016 Journal Impact Factors for selected physics journals
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