Cover 2014 - Copy 2-page-001Physics Essays

ISSN  0836-1398 (Print)    2371-2236 (Online)                                
Frequency  Quarterly                                RECOMMEND TO LIBRARIAN   

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According to SCOPUS of Elsevier, the Impact Factor of Physics Essays is 0.217 in 2015, comparable to other more mature journals, such as  the Canadian Journal of Physics (0.291), Physics Scripta (0.295), and Journal of Contemporary Physics (0.197).   


 

Physics Essays has been established as an international journal dedicated to theoretical and experimental aspects of fundamental problems in Physics and, generally, to the advancement of basic knowledge of Physics. The Journal’s mandate is to publish rigorous and methodological examinations of past, current, and advanced concepts, methods and results in physics research. Physics Essays dedicates itself to the publication of stimulating exploratory, and original papers in a variety of physics disciplines, such as spectroscopy, quantum mechanics, particle physics, electromagnetic theory, astrophysics, space physics, mathematical methods in physics, plasma physics, philosophical aspects of physics, chemical physics, and relativity.

         
     

JUST PUBLISHED - Please click below on the title of the article of interest


Volume 30: Pages 228-231, 2017

 

From Einstein field equation to essential quantization

 

Liu-Li Wang

 

Shanghai MS&O Project Management Affairs Office, P.O. Box 083-122, Shanghai 200083, China

 

(6/6)


Volume 30: Pages 226-227, 2017

 

Proposed experiment to advance our knowledge on the influence of gravity on elementary particles

 

Borros Arneth

 

Justus Liebig University, Feulgenstrasse 12, 35392 Giessen, Germany

 

(19/5)


Volume 30: Pages 224-225, 2017

 

The effects of intermolecular energy transfers on power cycle efficiency

 

David Van Den Einde

 

1284 170th St., Bejou, Minnesota 56516, USA

 

(18/5)


Volume 30: Pages 200-223, 2017

 

A causality framework reflecting and contextualizing physical reality in terms of the presentist’s conception of our universe

 

Horace Crogman, Maury Jackson, and Raul Peters

 

1The Institute for Effective Thinking, 18318 Barton Rd., Riverside, California 92508, USA

2Physics Department, College of the Desert, 43-500 Monterey Ave., Palm Desert, California 92260, USA

3Physics Department, Paine College, 1235 15th St., Augusta, Georgia 30901, USA

 

(16/5)

 

MOST POPULAR ARTICLES in January 2017 - Please click below on the title of the article of interest


Three types of gravitons in emergent modified gravity

Another interpretation of the Ives-Stilwell experiment

Mass, the second time dimension - Physics without matter

Relativistic mechanics in multiple time dimensions

570 ≤ A ≤ 620 superheavy nuclei

Entropy: A concept that is not a physical quantity

Definition of time

Schrödinger and the Hamilton-Jacobi Equation

Comment on "The Transitive Law and Special Relativity"

A geometric derivation of Maxwell's equations


MOST POPULAR ARTICLES in December 2016 - Please click below on the title of the article of interest


Gravitational acceleration without mass and noninertia fields

Harmonic quintessence and the derivation of the fundamental constants of thermodynamics

Description of a new metric

Challenge to the special theory of relativity

A simple explanation of dark matter

Total bond energies of exact classical solutions of molecules generated by MILLSIAN 1.0 compared to those computed using modern 321 G and 631 G* basis sets

What if the gravitational constant G is not a true constant?

The three components of the speed-of-light postulate--the presence of aether introduces a harmony into three diverse aspects of the speed of light.

Antinomies in relativity theory: Is the science settled?

Limits of reductionism and the measurement problem