Invitation to Submit an Article

From: Research Letters in Physics (rlp_at_hindawi_dot_com)
Date: Wed Sep 19 2007 - 07:06:49 PDT

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    Dear Professor Hargrove,
    I am writing to invite you to submit an article to the newly
    launched "Research Letters in Physics," which aims to provide
    a rapid forum for the dissemination of shorter articles in all
    areas of physics. The journal will aim for a publication speed
    of 60 days from submission until final publication. Articles
    will be limited to a maximum of four published pages, and
    they should convey important results that have not been
    previously published.
    Research Letters in Physics will be published using an open
    access publication model, meaning that all interested readers
    will be able to freely access the journal online without the
    need for a subscription, since the journal is supported by
    article processing charges rather than subscription fees. The
    journal has a distinguished editorial board with extensive
    academic qualifications, ensuring that the journal will maintain
    high scientific standards and have a broad international
    coverage. A full list of editors can be found on the journal's
    website at
    Manuscripts should be submitted to the journal using the
    publisher's electronic Manuscript Tracking System, which is
    located at Once a manuscript has been
    accepted for publication, it will undergo extensive copy editing,
    typesetting, and reference validation in order to provide the
    highest publication quality possible.
    Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions
    about the journal.
    Best regards,
    Nehad Nabil
    Nehad Nabil
    Journal Publishing Editor
    Research Letters in Physics
    Hindawi Publishing Corporation

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