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American Physical Society (APS) Journals

Access provided through a partnership between the APS Public Access Program and Harford County Public Library. You must be in the library to access these journals.

APS Journal Homepage
Physical Review Letters (Brief important papers, all topics in physics)
Physical Review A (atomic, molecular, and optical physics)
Physical Review B (condensed matter and materials physics)
Physical Review C (nuclear physics)
Physical Review D (particles, fields, gravitation and cosmology)
Physical Review E (statistical, nonlinear, and soft matter physics)
Physical Review X (all topics of physics)
Physical Review Applied Physics: (applied physics)
Reviews of Modern Physics: (in-depth articles, al topics in physics)
Physical Review Special Topics-Accelerators and Beams
Physical Review Special Topics-Physics Education Research
The APS Journal Archive (back to 1983)
Physics (highlighting significant papers from APS Journals)
Physics Central (educational/informational site for students and the public)