Low Temperature Physics, a translation of the copyrighted Journal FIZIKA NIZKIKH TEMPERATUR, is a monthly journal containing English reports of current research in the field of the low temperature physics. Guided by an international editorial board, Low Temperature Physics (LTP) communicates the results of important experimental and theoretical studies conducted at low temperatures. LTP offers key work in such areas as superconductivity, magnetism, lattice dynamics, quantum liquids and crystals, cryocrystals, low-dimensional and disordered systems, electronic properties of normal metals and alloys, and critical phenomena. The journal publishes original articles on new experimental and theoretical results as well as review articles, brief communications, memoirs, and biographies. The translation began with the 1975 issues. One volume is published annually beginning with the January issues.

Subjects Covered Include:

  • Mechanical, thermal, electrical, magnetic, and optical properties of crystals and other materials at low temperatures
  • Phase transitions, liquid and solid helium, hydrogens, superfluidity, electronic transport, and conduction at low temperatures
  • Superconductivity, including high-Tc, quantum effects in semiconductors
  • Ultralow-temperature techniques

Abstracting/Indexing Includes

Current Contents, Current Physics Index, INSPEC, PASCAL, Physics Abstracts, Physics Briefs, Science Citation Index, SPIN

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* Data from the 2022 Journal Citation Reports® Science Edition (Clarivate, 2023).


The international standard serial number (ISSN) for Low Temperature Physics is 1063-777X. The CODEN is LTPHEG.