Applied Physics Letters Online


Applied Physics Letters
(Link inactive 9 August 2010)
(Link active 9 August 2010)

ISSN: 0003-6951

Applied Physics Letters is an electronic version of the weekly print
journal of the same title published by the American Institute of Physics.

Applied Physics Letters is a weekly journal featuring concise, up-to-date
reports on significant new findings in applied physics. Emphasizing rapid
dissemination of key data and new physical insights, Applied Physics
Letters offers prompt publication of new experimental and theoretical
papers bearing on applications of physics phenomena to all branches of
science, engineering, and modern technology. The journal emphasizes
coverage of significant new topics, such as, in recent years, high-Tc
superconductors, diamond films, porous silicon, and fullerenes.

Effective 1 January 1997, Applied Physics Letters Online has moved from
its current home at OCLC - the Online Computer Library Center - to the new
Online Journal Service of the American Institute of Physics. This move
coincides with the discontinuation of OCLC's Electronic Journals Online
service, through which APL Online has been made available for the past two

Current subscribers to APL Online who log on to the OCLC EJO service on
the Web will note that the journal selection box, where previously they
have been able to select APL Online, is now empty, and the only action
that is permitted is to log off of the service. Current subscribers who
attempt to log on through the Guidon interface will receive a "Physical
Connection Error."

Recent Contents:

Near diffraction-limited laser emission from a polymer in a high
finesse planar cavity
A. Schulzgen, Ch. Spiegelberg, M. M. Morrell, S. B. Mendes, B.
Kippelen, N. Peyghambarian, M. F.
Nabor, E. A. Mash, and P. M. Allemand
pp. 269-271

Nonlinear optical effects in ferrofluids induced by temperature and
concentration cross coupling
Tengda Du and Weili Luo
pp. 272-274

Mapping of the lateral polar orientational distribution in
second-order nonlinear thin films by
scanning second-harmonic microscopy
Jan Vydra and Manfred Eich
pp. 275-277

Fiber array targets for producing long media of high gain in
recombination-pumped soft-x-ray lasers

Tsuneyuki Ozaki and Hiroto Kuroda
pp. 278-280

Improvement of short pulse operation of AlGaAs quantum-well lasers by
temperature increase
I. Y. Khrushchev, I. H. White, and R. V. Penty
pp. 281-283

Wide-band suppression of photon-number fluctuations in a high-speed
light-emitting diode driven by a constant-current source
M. Kobayashi, M. Kohno, Y. Kadoya, M. Yamanishi, J. Abe, and T.
Hirano pp. 284-286


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Sunday, July 30, 1995
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