Can we understand the cell membrane structure using chemistry tricks?
Ferroelectric KH2PO4 (KDP) Shows ‘Displacive’ Characteristics
Is KDP a model order-disorder lattice without any displacive component? Not according to NMR.
Image of the Week: trilobites
Image of the Week 15/08/16
Positrons and antiatoms
We’ve all heard of antimatter, but there is much more to it than science fiction.
Image of the week: heating a hydrogen jet
Liquid hydrogen in action.
Alfred Mueller on atomic physics
Read an interview with an expert who’s bridging the gap between atomic and nuclear physics.
Jonathan Tennyson – molecules on other planets
Analysing the atmospheres of exoplanets needs knowledge of the molecules they are made up of. University College London’s Professor Jonathan Tennyson is working on the ExoMol project to do just that. We talk to him about his work.
David B. Cassidy: trapping positronium
We talk to Professor David B. Cassidy from the Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Positron Physics group at University College London about his work with positronium – an exotic atom made of matter and antimatter – and more. Q: Which research… Read More ›
Frontiers of Free Electron Laser Science
JPhysB has begun publishing Frontiers of Free-Electron Laser Science II. Click the title to find out more.
JPhysB in Google Scholar Metrics
JPhysB is ranked 6th in Quantum Mechanics and Spectroscopy & Molecular Physics. Click through to find out more.
JPhysB Special Issue on Spectroscopy of Highly Charged Ions
JPhysB has just published its newest Special Issue, on the Spectroscopy of Highly Charged Ions
Image of the week: electrons in buckyballs
Carbon is well known for being found in many forms, from diamond to graphene and much more. Buckminsterfullerene – football-like molecules made of 60 carbon atoms – is of great interest to physicists and chemists working in a number of… Read More ›
JPhysB in 2015
JPhysB had a great 2014 and has an exciting year ahead of it in 2015. Click here to find out more about the changes we’ve got coming up.