or to make a submission.

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As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.

Author Guidelines

The object of ``Communications in Physics is the publication of new theoretical and experimental research works in all fields of physics. Each volume contains 4 issues, which are published quarterly.

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Authors will use the online instruction to upload the main file ready for reviewing process in pdf format and any additional metadata. They are also requested to provide suitable subject classification and keywords to index their submitted manuscript.

  • Subject Classification: Articles published in Communications in Physics are classified according to Physics and Astronomy Classification Scheme, available at
  • Keywords: Different keywords should be separated by a semicolon (e.g., photosynthesis; black holes; string theory; . . . ).

Formulae, illustrations and figures

Mathematical symbols and formulae should be typed clearly and all equations must be numbered consecutively on the right-hand side of each equation. Communications in Physics prints its papers in black. So, if colored illustrations or/and figures are submitted, be sure that they will be well resolved in the printed version.


Acknowledgements are written in a section, which is not numbered and placed after the
conclusions. It is suggested to be one paragraph.

Authors contributions

When necessary, authors can declare the authors contribution. An example for the statement
of the authors contributions as follows
Author 1: Methodology, Investigation, Funding acquisition. Author 2: Formal analysis.
Author 3: Formal analysis, Supervision. Author 4: Formal analysis. Casen Panaitescu: Supervision. etc.

Conflict of interest

When necessary, authors can declare the statement of conflict of interest, for example:
The authors have no conflicts of interest to declare.
The authors declare that they have no competing financial interests.


Each reference in References should be numbered according to the order of appearance in
the main text. The references numbers are written by Arabic within square brackets. References
in languages other than English must be referred to by an English translation with adding to the
end a note of original language. References must end by period.

  • Reference to a journal publication:
    Reference to a published paper must include the names of all the authors, the title of the paper in Italic, the abbreviated journal name, the volume in boldface, the year of publication in parentheses, and the first pages number or the article number. When the number of authors is more than 6, the reference can include only the first 6 authors, followed by et al. in Italic.  When the paper conducted by a collaboration with its proper name, the collaboration name is included instead of the authors names. For example,
    [1] P. Streda, Quantised thermopower of a channel in the ballistic regime, J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 1 (1989)  1025.
    [2] L. W. Molenkamp, H. van Houten, C. W. J. Beenakker, R. Eppenga, and C. T. Foxon, Quantum oscillations in thetransverse voltage of a channel in the nonlinear transport regime, Phys. Rev. Lett. 65 (1990) 1052.
    [3] Belle II Collaboration, Precise Measurement of the D0 and D+ Lifetimes at Belle II, Phys. Rev. Lett. 127 (2021) 211801.
  • Reference to a book:
    Reference to a book must include the names of all the authors, the title, the name of the publisher,
    the place of the publisher and the year of publication, for example,
    [4] M. H. Devoret and H. Grabert, Single Charge Tunneling: Coulomb Blockade Phenomena in Nanostructures, Plenum Press, New York, 1992.
  • Reference to a conference/workshop proceeding:
    Reference to conference/workshop proceedings must include the names of all the authors, the
    name of the conference/workshop, the name of the publisher, the year of publication in parentheses and the first page of the cited work, for example,
    [5] P. Choi, T. Tomida, Y. Maehara, M. Uehara and S. Hirosawa, Proceedings of the 2nd Pacific
    Rim Conference on Advanced Materials and Processing, Elsevier (1995) 1401.
  • Reference to preprints:
    Reference to a preprint must include the names of all the authors, the preprint identifer, the the
    year of publication in parentheses, for example,
    [6] W. D. Goldberger and M. B. Wise, [arXiv:9907447] (1999).
  • Reference to websites:
    Reference to a website must include the website name, the website http address, the accessed date
    in parentheses, for example
    [7] Cancer Research UK, Cancer statistics for the UK, (accessed 20 October 2021).

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