Dr. Robert Magruder, professor, and Dr. Steve Robinson, assistant professor, of the Chemistry and Physics Department at Belmont University, along with a Belmont alumna Catlin Smith, now a graduate student at Georgia Tech University, co-authored a paper that was recently published in the Applied Physics A – Materials Science & Processing Journal. The other co-authors were A. Meldrum, University of Alberta, and R.F. Haglund Jr., Vanderbilt University. This paper also made the list of New Papers of Key Interest.
Applied Physics A publishes experimental and theoretical investigations in applied physics as regular articles, rapid communications, and invited papers. The distinguished 30-member Board of Editors reflects the interdisciplinary approach of the journal and ensures the highest quality of peer review.
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