Employing state-of-the-art neutron scattering techniques, Fobes et al quantify the atomic-scale interactions responsible for the emergence of quantum matter.
Find out more about liquid crystals, ionic liquids, colloids and active matter in JPCM’s latest special issue.
We explore the range of topics covered by JPCM and see how these have evolved over the years
2017 marks the 50th anniversary of the prestigious JPhys series. Find out more about how we are marking the occasion…
Is KDP a model order-disorder lattice without any displacive component? Not according to NMR.
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Expanding the family of iron-based superconductors by structural design
How can adsorption-induced changes of surface stress in nanopores be determined experimentally?
Find out which five JPCM articles from 2016 have received the most downloads…
It’s all change for JPCM in 2017 as we introduce some exciting new subject sections.
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Find out more about the topic of surface segregation with this special issue in JPCM.
Find out about the first IOP young researchers workshop, held in late October in Beijing.
In March this year JPCM launched a new section: Computational and experimental methods. Here we highlight some of the papers published so far.
How has a journal article changed over the past 50 years? Using JPCM as an example we investigate…
Our monthly popularity chart returns showing the topics covered most frequently in JPCM April issues.