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Journal of Theoretical and Applied Physics (JTAP)

Editor-in-Chief: Davoud Dorranian

Online ISSN: 2251-7235

Print ISSN: 2251-7227

Publishes Bimonthly


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Journal of Theoretical and Applied Physics (JTAP) is an international peer-reviewed bimonthly scientific journal. The JTAP covers all fundamental and applied experimental and theoretical physics research.

Journal DOI: 10.57647/jtap

JTAP has been published quarterly since 2005. From 2013 to 2020, JTAP was published by Springer. JTAP is published as a print journal or in an online electronic format. JTAP is an open-access and free-of-charge journal for authors from different countries.

Our focus in JTAP is on the rapid publication of new and notable experimental and theoretical papers. This journal covers physics applications in all science, engineering, and modern technology disciplines. Three kinds of papers identified as “letters”, “research papers”, and “review papers” may be published in JTAP.

The priority of JTAP is to publish the needs of scientific society rather than its commercial interests. Physicists manage this journal to serve the physics family from all over the world. The JTAP covers the full range of applied and fundamental physics research topics.

All manuscripts submitted to the Journal of Theoretical and Applied Physics

(JTAP) undergo a single-blind review process. This ensures the quality of their research methodology, reasoning and report writing. This journal is indexed in Scopus and listed on the Emerging Sources Citation Index, Web of Science (ISI). OICC PRESS publishes this journal.

Latest Articles

Original Article
Spatial self-phase modulation in plasmon excited Graphene/WS2 heterostructure

In this work a spatial phase modulation and four-wave mixing in Graphene/ tungsten disulfide (WS2) heterostructure have been demonstrated, which is excited by plasmons of nano-plasmonic donate shape rings. For this purpose, a laser writing system was used to fabricate nanohole arrays and cover them with the plasmonic gold thin film via a sputtering machine […]

Original Article
Photocatalytic properties of silica nanoparticles in water decontamination; adsorption and photocatalytic disinfection

In this experimental research the adsorption and photocatalytic properties of silica nanoparticles were used to disinfection water against the gram-negative Escherichia coli bacteria. Silica nanoparticles were synthesized by modified Stober method and characterized. TEM image shows that the prepared nanoparticles were spherical with 20-30 nanometers diameter and 4.25 eV bandgap energy. The disc diffusion test […]

Original Article
Strong Plasmon–Exciton Coupling in Au Nanoparticle—Conjugated MEH-PPV Polymer

This study investigates the effects of incorporating gold nanoparticles (Au NPs) into a MEH-PPV polymer on its fluorescent properties. Analysis of the fluorescence spectrum of the polymer reveals a significant increase in fluorescence intensity upon the addition of Au NPs. Further investigation using Laser Induced Fluorescence (LIF) spectra demonstrates that the purified polymer emits light […]


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