Submission of a manuscript indicates a tacit understanding that the paper is not actively under consideration for publication elsewhere and that the copyright will be transferred to the Editor. The Copyright Transfer form and Editorial Procedures are available below.
The pdf file is sufficient for the reviewing process. A covering letter, signed by one of the authors, requesting publication should accompany the paper. Source files should be sent to the Editor of Acta Physica Polonica B. LaTeX (preferably) or TeX text files and figures in pdf, eps, png, tiff or jpg format should be packed in one file by the zip or tar.gz utility and e-mailed to
Authors are encouraged to use the Acta Physica Polonica B LaTeX style.
The author's name, initials, affiliation, and address should be given. The manuscript should be as concise as possible with an abstract not exceeding 200 words. One should avoid detailed derivations of mathematical expressions and formulae. It is generally sufficient to indicate the method of treatment and the final results. Figures must be of a quality good enough for printing. In general, scanned figures and pictures copied straight from the computer screen are not acceptable. Articles are printed in black and white, but the web version of the article will be published in colour. Therefore, the figure captions should be clear for both versions. Figures can be printed in colour when they are judged by the Editors to be essential to the presentation. The publisher and the author will each bear part of the extra costs involved. References should conform to the conventions used in Acta Physica Polonica B. Abbreviations should follow conventions of Physics Abstracts (PA). Comments or remarks should be made in footnotes rather than in references. A Guide to Authors of Papers in Acta Physica Polonica B can be found in a pdf file below.
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