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Cambridge University Press United Kingdom
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MRS Bulletin is a journal indexed in SJR in Materials Science (miscellaneous) and Condensed Matter Physics with an H index of 145. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,52 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English.

MRS Bulletin focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: materials, nucleation, focus, electron, solids, protein, cryotransmission, research, reveals, microscopy, ...

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materials, nucleation, focus, electron, solids, protein, cryotransmission, research, reveals, microscopy, heater, heroesa, lsibio, magnetorheological, make, manipulation, geometric, formationsynthetic, fluidsbio, auxetic, biology, centers, curvesglimpses, design, disabilitiesbehavior, effectsnitrogenvacancy, engineering, exhibitresearch, fall, flexible,

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Atomic-Resolution Environmental Transmission Electron Microscopy for Probing Gas-Solid Reactions in Heterogeneous Catalysis

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Atomic-scale imaging of ultrafast materials dynamics

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Building a better battery

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Challenges as the MRS Grows

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Compaction Issues in Powder Metallurgy

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Compaction of Pharmaceuticals

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Compaction Science and Technology

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Competing for International Materials Leadership ...: Are Recent Industry Shifts Keeping the U.S. from Fielding Its Strongest Team?

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Compositional Modulation and Ordering in Semiconductors

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Data Storage Materials

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Degradation of Thermal-Barrier Coatings at Very High Temperatures

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Diffusion Mechanisms and Intrinsic Point-Defect Properties in Silicon

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Dynamics of Sand

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Electrocaloric effects in multilayer capacitors for cooling applications

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Fifty Years of Nylon

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First experimental confirmation of Dirac cones in borophene

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