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Journal TitlePHYSICS LETTERS B
Journal Title AbbreviationsPHYS LETT B
ISSN0370-2693
h-index246
CiteScore
CiteScoreSJRSNIPCiteScore Rank
9.401.7951.216
Subject fieldQuartilesRankPercentile
Category: Physics and Astronomy
Subcategory: Nuclear and High Energy Physics
Q15 / 69

Self-Citation Ratio (2019-2020)10.10%
Official Websitehttp://www.elsevier.com/wps/find/journaldescription.cws_home/505706/description#description
Online Manuscript Submissionhttps://www.editorialmanager.com/PLB
Open AccessYes
PublisherELSEVIER SCIENCE BV, PO BOX 211, AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS, 1000 AE
Subject AreaPhysics
Country/Area of PublicationNETHERLANDS
Publication FrequencyWeekly
Year Publication Started1967
Annual Article Volume836
Indexing (SCI or SCIE)Science Citation Index
Science Citation Index Expanded
Link to PubMed Central (PMC)https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/nlmcatalog?term=0370-2693%5BISSN%5D
Average Duration of Peer Review *Authorized Data from Publisher:
Data from Authors: About 3.0 month(s)
Data from Elsevier: Average 8.5 Week(s)
Competitiveness *Data from Authors: Difficult
Data from Elsevier: 45%
Online Article Publication TimeData from Elsevier: Average 2.9 Week(s)
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Reviewed 2013-04-03 00:49:00
The influence factor of this journal is not very high.

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Reviewed 2011-06-23 08:42:00
Particle physics and nuclear physics should be Physical Review C, Physical ReviewD particle physics partial theory, but we do experimental nuclear physics feeling is still a good point of Physical Review C, last year I met Peking UniversityPHYSICS LETTERS B was rejected, transferred to Physical Review C, sent!
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Reviewed 2011-06-23 08:09:00
Reviewers are generally one.The review time is similar to the Physical Review.The requirements for the article may be slightly lower than the Physical Review D, which is at least two reviewers.Similarly, from the quality of the article, it may be lower than the Physical Review D.The impact factor is high, personally believes that it is caused by Europe in order to develop its own journal.Europeans like to contribute to this journal and like to cite articles in the journal.
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Reviewed 2010-07-16 19:34:00
The journals of Aswell are in the same series as PLA, but the impact factor is extremely high.
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