Nanoscale Research Letters (NRL) provides an interdisciplinary forum for communication of scientific and technological advances in the creation and use of objects at the nanometer scale. The journal spans disciplines, emphasizing research that seeks to uncover the underlying science and behavior of nanostructures and further the goal of unifying nanoscale research in physics, materials science, biology, chemistry, engineering, and their expanding interfaces. Original research papers which appear rapidly following submission are published as Nano Express. Nano Ideas is a new format that focuses on well-founded and conceptually substantiated ideas which need neither elaborate theoretical verification nor experimental realization. NRL also publishes invited personal perspectives as Nano Commentaries, addressing general concerns of the nano community and highlighting new areas of science.
NRL is the first nanotechnology journal from a major publisher to be published wih Open Access. Open Access provides worldwide access to your research free of charge to anyone with an internet connection, ensuring maximum visibility.
Impact Factor: 2.158 (2007)
Section "Materials science, multidisciplinary": Rank 30 of 189
Section "Physics, applied": Rank 19 of 94
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