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Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data

The Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data (JPCRD), a joint venture of the American Institute of Physics and the National Institute of Standards and Technology, was first published in 1972. The participation of these organizations is a recognition of the key role that the scientific community must play in its endeavor to provide high quality reference data.

JPCRD is a quarterly journal. The crucial requirements for publication are that articles assess the quality of the published information and contain full documentation as to the source of the original measurements and the criteria used for selection and evaluation of the data. A list of contents and abbreviated abstracts is provided when you click on JPCRD above.

Click here to view the list of the Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data (JPCRD) Reprints.

Please click here to view the PDF version of Instructions for Preparing Manuscripts

An online version of the JPCRD is available for the first time beginning with the first issue of the year 2001 (volume 29).

Monographs and Supplements are no longer published. Please click here for information on the old Monographs and Supplements.

The Journal came into existence as part of an effort to distribute standard reference data to a wider audience. It provides a means of systematizing and compacting the major components of the primary research literature, bringing together the research reported in widely dispersed journals and distilling the essential information into a manageable package.

You can search the Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data at http://ojps.aip.org/jpcrd/ .

Subscriptions and orders for reprints, supplements, monographs and back numbers should be sent with payment to the American Institute of Physics.

Pricing Information

Subscription Prices (2003)
2000 Subscriptions

Canada, Mexico, Central
& So. America & Caribbean

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For Institutional subscriptions in Japan, contact AIP
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   Members: $30
   Institutions: $50
Single Issues
Back issues for 2003
   Institutions: $220
   Before 2002: $140

Authors may order reprints with or without covers only in multiples of 50 (with a minimum of 100 in each category) from:

   Publication Charge and Reprints/CFD
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   Email: aipinfo@aip.org
   FAX: 516-349-9704.

General Inquiries
Please direct subscription inquiries to:

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   Phone: 516-576-2270
   Toll Free: 1-800-344-6902
   FAX: 516-349-9704
   E-mail: subs@aip.org

Inquiries from Japan should be directed to:

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   Journals Department
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   Tokyo 156, Japan


   Print + Online: ISSN 0047-2689
   Online only: ISSN 1529-7845

Members of AIP member and affiliate societies requesting member subscription rates should direct subscriptions, renewals, and address changes to American Institute of Physics, Circulation and Fulfillment Division, Suite 1NO1, 2  Huntington Quadrangle, Melville, NY 11747-4502; Email: aipinfo@aip.org; Phone: 1-800-344-6902; Fax: 516-349-9704.

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