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Journal Title ISSN
AIP Conference Proceedings ISSN: 0094–243X; Each volume is also assigned an ISBN
Applied Physics Letters Print: ISSN 0003–6951; Online: ISSN 1077–3118
APL: Organic Electronics and Photonics ISSNs for Applied Physics Letters — Print: ISSN 0003–6951; Online: ISSN 1077–3118
Applied Physics Reviews ISSNs for Journal of Applied Physics — Print: ISSN 0021–8979; Online: ISSN 1089–7550
Biomicrofluidics ISSN: 1932–1058
Chaos Print: ISSN 1054–1500; Online: ISSN 1089–7682
Journal of Applied Physics Print: ISSN 0021–8979; Online: ISSN 1089–7550
The Journal of Chemical Physics Print: ISSN 0021–9606; Online: ISSN 1089–7690
JCP: BioChemical Physics ISSNs for The Journal of Chemical Physics — Print: ISSN 0021–9606; Online: ISSN 1089–7690
Journal of Mathematical Physics Print: ISSN 0022–2488; Online: ISSN 1089–7658
Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy ISSN: 1941–7012
Low Temperature Physics Print: ISSN 1063–777X; Online: ISSN 1090–6517
Physics of Fluids Print: ISSN 1070–6631; Online: ISSN 1089–7666
Physics of Plasmas Print: ISSN 1070–664X; Online: ISSN 1089–7674
Review of Scientific Instruments Print: ISSN 0034–6748; Online: ISSN 1089–762

Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data is published by the American Institute of Physics for the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
(Print: ISSN 0047-2689; Online: ISSN 1529-7845)

AIP Advances is published by the American Institute of Physics.
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