Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics

ISSN: 1098-0121

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Physical Review B (PRB) is the world’s largest dedicated physics journal, publishing approximately 100 new, high-quality papers each week. The most highly cited journal in condensed matter physics, PRB provides outstanding depth and breadth of coverage, combined with unrivaled context and background for ongoing research by scientists worldwide.

Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: spin, quantum, graphene, phase, topological, electron, transition, structure, twodimensional, effect, ...

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spin, quantum, graphene, phase, topological, electron, transition, structure, twodimensional, effect, effects, wave, models, dirac, superconducting, onedimensional, phases, magnetic, states, thin, theory,



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