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Year International Collaboration Show this widget in your own website. The Journal of Low Temperature Physics publishes original papers and review articles on all areas of low temperature physics and cryogenics, including theoretical and experimental contributions. Subject areas include: Quantum solids, liquids and gases — including ultra-cold quantum gases and applications to quantum information and processing. Superfluidity — including macroscopic quantum effects and coherence Superconductivity — including conventional and non-conventional superconductors Condensed matter physics — including thermal, magnetic, electronic, and transport properties of low temperature matter.
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