Physical Review Letters Impact Factor, Indexing, Ranking

Physical Review Letters Impact Factor, Indexing, Ranking

Physical Review Letters (PRL) is a scholarly journal dedicated to publishing research in the field of Physics and Astronomy. American Physical Society is the publisher of this esteemed journal. The P-ISSN assigned to Physical Review Letters is 0031-9007 and its abbreviated form is Phys Rev Lett.


Aim and Scope

A primary goal of Physical Review Letters is to keep a broad spectrum of physicists informed about current research findings in areas outside their specializations. To accomplish this, a Letter needs clearly written introductory paragraphs that are understandable by nonexperts. Communication to a general readership is, however, an ongoing challenge for PRL editors and authors. To aid in this effort, we offer some guidelines to authors for writing the introduction:

1. The introduction should interest people outside the subfield in reading the article. Because it is directed at nonspecialists, it should have a minimum of jargon and acronyms.

2. It should describe the background and history of the problem or research goal addressed in the article. It should explain the importance of this research and of the results being reported, as well as any relevance they have to other areas of physics ("The work described here is motivated by...").

3. A well organized introduction starts with the general discussion described in point (2) and ends with a brief description of the specific results presented ("In this Letter we show..."). Discussions of technical details should be reserved for the main text.

4. In our experience, a good introduction requires a minimum of 1 double-spaced manuscript page, i.e., 32 single-column published lines, and may range up to 2 such pages, or 64 published lines.

Good writing is difficult and requires thought and effort; this is especially true when one attempts to communicate technical results to people outside the field. It would be a useful practice if, before submitting a manuscript to PRL, the authors asked colleagues in other areas to comment on its readability, with particular emphasis on the introduction. Authors who do not feel comfortable writing in English may find it helpful to consult colleagues more experienced in this regard.


Journal Details

Journal title Physical Review Letters (PRL)
Abbreviation Phys Rev Lett
Print ISSN 0031-9007
Online ISSN 1079-7114
Publisher Name American Physical Society
Editor-in-chief Hugues Chaté
Subject Category Physics and Astronomy

Abbreviation

Abbreviation : ISO Journal abbreviation refers to the shortened form or acronym used to represent the full title of a scholarly journal. The ISO4 Abbreviation of Physical Review Letters Journal is Phys Rev Lett.


Ranking

The Ranking of the Journal in 2024 is 573. Ranking systems aim to provide an indication of a journal's quality, influence, and prestige within a specific field or discipline.


Impact Factor

The Journal's Impact Factor in 2024 is 8.6. it is all calculated by Clarivate, which means how many times a particular citation has been published in the past two years.

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SCImago

The Journal SCImago in 2024 is 3.118. It is measured by the number of citations which are made by the particular journals, and the journal from where the citations arrived from.


Acceptance Rate

The Acceptance Rate in 2024 is 25%. It is a measure that provides insight into the selectivity and competitiveness of a journal's editorial process.


H-Index

The Journal's H-Index in 2024 is 674. The H-index is calculated on how many times a particular author is cited and the number of published papers that a particular author has.


Quartile

The Journal's Quartile is Q1. A quartile has three points, which are the upper quartile, median, and lower quartile. The main motive of the quartile is to calculate the interquartile range, that resembles the changes across the median.


Journal's Indexing

The Journal is indexed in (Indexing details)

PubMed Scopus Web of Science UGC Embase DOAJ

Indexing services aim to make it easier for researchers, scholars, and readers to discover and access articles from various journals within a specific field or discipline.


Journal's Metrics for 2024

Abbreviation Phys Rev Lett
Access type Hybrid
Acceptance rate 25%
Impact Factor 8.6
SJR 3.118
SNIP 2.288
Ranking 573
CiteScore 17.0
H-Index 674

Editorial Board

The Editor-in-chief of the Journal is Hugues Chaté


Submission/Processing Fee (APC)

Processing/Submission Fee : Article submission/Processing fees (APC), also known as manuscript Publication fees or processing fees (APC), are charged by journals to authors for submitting/publishing their research papers/article.

The APC/Submission (Publication) Fee of the Journal is $3750


Call for paper

Call for paper : The Journal invites original research contributions for consideration of publication in Physical Review Letters journal.

Journal seeking submissions in the broad areas of Physics and Astronomy that align with journal's focus on Physics and Astronomy.

for details about call for paper please visit to the official website of the journal to check the details about call for papers.


How to publish in Physical Review Letters

Publishing in Physical Review Letters involves the following steps:

  • Research: Conduct high-quality, impactful research in the field of Physics and Astronomy.
  • Familiarize Yourself: Read and understand the aims and scope of Physical Review Letters to ensure your work aligns with their focus.
  • Manuscript Preparation: Prepare your manuscript according to the Physical Review Letters guidelines, including formatting, length, and referencing style.
  • Submission: Submit your manuscript through the journal's online submission system.

Physical Review Letters FAQ

is journal indexed in PubMed?

Yes, the journal is indexed in PubMed.

is journal indexed in Scopus?

Yes, the journal is indexed in Scopus.

is journal indexed in UGC?

Yes, the journal is indexed in UGC.

is journal indexed in Index Copernicus?

No, the journal is not indexed in Index copernicus.

is a predatory journal?

No, journal is not a predatory journal.

What is the Imptact Factor of Physical Review Letters?

The Impact Factor of the Journal is 8.6.

What is the Ranking of the Journal?

The Ranking of the Journal is 573.

is journal peer reviewed?

Yes the journal is a peer-reviewed journal.

is Physical Review Letters a good journal?

Yes the journal is a peer-reviewed journal and good to publish your paper.

What is Physical Review Letters?

Physical Review Letters (PRL) is a scholarly journal dedicated to publishing research in the field of Physics and Astronomy. American Physical Society is the publisher of this esteemed journal.

is Physical Review Letters open access?

Yes, Physical Review Letters is a open access (Hybrid) journal.


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