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GISAP: Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry- - periodical scientific journal of the International Academy of Science and Higher Education (IASHE, London, UK), devoted to matters of Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry. New issues of the journal are published three times a year. Materials of the journal cover the following topics:Physics and MathematicsAcousticsBiomechanicsComputing mathematicsGeometry and topologyDynamics, lasting of machines, devices and equipmentDiscrete mathematic and mathematical cyberneticsDifferential equationsCrystallography, physics of crystalsLaser physicsMathematical analysis, mathematical logics, algebra and theory of numbersMathematical physicsMechanics of deformable solid bodyMechanics of liquid, gas and plasmOpticsEquipment and methods of experimental physicsRadio physicsTheory of probability and mathematical statisticsTheoretical mechanicsTheoretical physicsThermal physics and theoretical heat engineeringPhysical electronicsPhysics of condensed statePhysics of magnetismPhysics of low temperaturesPhysics of plasmaPhysics of semiconductorsPhysics of the atomic nucleus and elementary particlesPhysics of charged particles and accelerative technicsPhysics of high energiesChemical physics, physics of combustion and explosionElectrophysics, electrophysical installationsSpecific matters of Physics and MathematicsChemistryInorganic chemistryAnalytical chemistryOrganic chemistryPhysical chemistryElectrochemistryHigh-molecular compoundsHetero-organic chemistryHigh energy chemistryBio-organic chemistryColloid chemistry and physicochemical mechanicsPetrochemistryRadiochemistryCatalysisMathematical and quantum chemistryChemistry of solidsSpecific matters of ChemistryOther connected or inter-sectoral thematic directions of studies obviously connected with Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry.



Author: International Academy of Science and Higher Education

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