APS is pleased to announce the availability of the following electronic products and services [For further information go to the APS home page at http:/www.aps.org under the Journals Information button]:
Physical Review B Rapid Communications-online
Launched on 1 July 1996, PRB Rapids-online is available free of charge to APS members who have a fiscal year 1997 subscription to any part of PRB. For further information please see http://publish.aps.org/PRBO/prbohome.html.
Physical Review C-online
Launched on 1 July 1996, PRC-online is available free of charge to APS members who have a fiscal year 1997 subscription to any part of PRC. For further information please see http://publish.aps.org/prcintro.html.
Physical Review D-online
Launched in its beta version on 1 August 1996, PRD-online is accessible free of charge to institutions and individuals through 31 December 1996.
Please note that there is no hard copy subscription requirement to access the beta version of PRD-online. For further information please see http://publish.aps.org/PRDO/prdohome.html.
Physical Review Letters-online
Launched on 1 July 1995, PRL-online is available on a subscription basis. Further information may be obtained from http://publish.aps.org/PRLO/members.html.
Physical Review Letters 1995 CD-ROM
PRL 1995 CD-ROM is now available. The price for APS members is $25 for U.S. orders, $30 elsewhere. The CD-ROM was included with the 1995 institutional subscriptions. Members wishing to place an order should contact the Membership Department, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The American Physical Society launched the beta version of its E-Print Server on 1 July 1996. Its purpose is to enhance communication in the physics community at large. Authors wishing to submit materials can obtain further information at http://publish.aps.org/artintro.html.
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