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JETP Letters

JETP Letters

Editor-in-Chief: Valerii T. Dolgopolov

ISSN: 0021-3640 (print version)
ISSN: 1090-6487 (electronic version)

Journal no. 11448

Most Cited Articles (Published 2007-8)

Disappearing cosmological constant in f(R) gravity 

Entanglement in alternating open chains of nuclear spins s=1/2 with the XY Hamiltonian 

Author(s): Doronin SI, Pyrkov AN, Fel'dman EB

Determination of the transport and optical properties of a nonideal solid-density plasma produced by femtosecond laser pulses 

Author(s): Agranat MB, Andreev NE, Ashitkov SI, et al.

Density of stationary points in a high dimensional random energy landscape and the onset of glassy behavior 

Author(s): Fyodorov YV, Sommers HJ, Williams I

No realistic wormholes from ghost-free scalar-tensor phantom dark energy 

Author(s): Bronnikov KA, Starobinsky AA

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    JETP Letters  is an international peer reviewed journal for rapid publication of short communications describing the basic theoretical and experimental research in all fields of physics from solid state to elementary particles. The journal has 24 issues per year and welcomes manuscripts from all countries in the English or Russian language.

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    All topics of experimental and theoretical physics including gravitation, field theory, elementary particles and nuclei, plasma, nonlinear phenomena, condensed matter, superconductivity, superfluidity, lasers, and surfaces.

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