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Journal of Contemporary Physics (Armenian Academy of Sciences)
J Contemp Phys

Published/Hosted by Allerton Press Inc. ISSN: 1068-3372.

This journal is published under the auspices of the Armenian Academy of Sciences and provides a window on the high caliber research of Armenian physicists working at the forefront in many fields of modern physics. Armenian physicists have made significant contributions in such areas as interaction of elementary particles at superhigh energies, charged particle interactions with matter, quantum field theory, elementary particle physics, physics of semiconductors and quantum electronics. Armenian research in these areas is known throughout the world. This journal provides a convenient means of keeping abreast of Armenian research results in these and other areas of physics. The journal publishes theoretical and experimental articles dealing with the following subjects in particular: Elementary particle physics and field theory, Nuclear physics, Atomic and molecular physics, Electromagnetic radiation, Cosmic-ray physics, Radiophysics, Solid state and crystal physics, Condensed matter physics, Quantum electronics and nonlinear optics, Accelerator physics, Biophysics. The wide scope and timeliness of the research reported in this frontier research journal can be seen from some of its contents. In recent years a large number of papers have been devoted to such topics of modern physics as propagation of ultra-short laser pulses in nonlinear media, the energy spectrum of an electron in quantum dots of different forms, optical transitions in size-quantisized semiconductors, physics of solar cells and microwave devices, fractals in porous media, luminescence of porous silicon, nonlinear effects in liquid crystals, optical properties of anisotropic media with a helical periodic structure, properties of high-temperature superconductivity, X-ray investigations of new materials, physics of polaritons, fluctuation phenomena, quantum theory, super strings, ferromagnetics, ferroelectrics, sensors, etc.

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