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The Journal of Superconductivity and Novel Magnetism serves as the international forum for the most current research and ideas in these fields. Magnetism and superconductivity have many similarities, both being quantum macroscopic phenomena. The journal covers all aspects of the science and technology of superconductivity and magnetism, including new materials, new mechanisms, basic and technological properties, new phenomena, and small- and large-scale applications.
Modern magnetism, which is a rapidly-expanding field, is also featured in the journal. The journal provides a forum for original research papers on such areas as novel magnetism, magnetic properties and structures of bulk materials, spintronics, magnetic semiconductors, properties of magnetic multilayers, magnetoresistive materials and structures, magnetic oxides, nanomaterials, and related materials. New quantum macroscopic and topological states of matter involving superconductivity and magnetism are also of interest for the journal. In addition, the journal publishes articles related to all aspects of magneto-superconducting materials, such as sample preparation, spectroscopy, and transport properties as well as their various applications.
This highly acclaimed journal publishes peer-reviewed original papers, selected conference proceedings, and invited review articles, and follows a single-blind peer review process.