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With monthly coverage of instruments, apparatus, and techniques, Review of Scientific Instruments (RSI) responds rapidly to the needs of engineers and scientists in physics, chemistry, and the life sciences. Changing focus to keep pace with current research trends, RSI not only furnishes timely reports on new developments in instrumentation, it also provides an overview of results in a range of topical areas.
Concentrating on novel instruments, apparatus, and techniques of measurement and analysis, RSI covers a broad range of subjects, including chemical analysis, spectroscopies of all kinds, electron and ion microscopes, scanning probe techniques (e.g., STM, AFM), synchrotron radiation instrumentation, and optical instrumentation.
RSI’s focus on new instruments and techniques covers applications to a wide array of fields, including materials science, chemistry, biophysics, medical diagnostics, environmental science, and more. Now in its 79th year of publication, RSI offers scientists and engineers peer-reviewed research papers, invited articles, and invited review articles, while promoting awareness of new products, materials, commercial components, books, meetings, and events.
For more information visit RSI’s About the Journal page.
ISSN Print: 0034-6748 Online: 1089-7623
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