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APS Physics Journals FAQ

APS Physics Journals

What is APS Physics Journals?

Collection of 11 leading peer-reviewed physics research journals including Physical Review Letters, Physical Review X, Physical Review, and Reviews of Modern Physics. See FAQ for full list.

How do I Access APS Physics Journals?

Go to the Logan Library's APS Physics Journals subscription.

Who Should Use APS Physics Journals?

You might find APS Physics Journals useful if you are:

What Journals Does APS Physics Journals??

In addition APS Physics Journals offers several publications and informational websites that are available free to all users, with no registration or subscription required:

Can I Use APS Physics Journals from Home?

Yes. You will need your Library Card number and Pin number to login to APS Physics Journals from home.

How Can I Get More Help with APS Physics Journals?

Click the Help link, or Ask a Librarian.

What Other Databases Should I try?

If you are interested in APS Physics Journals, you might find the following databases useful:

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