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Turpion journals now online at IOP Publishing Lev Malov (07 Nov 2007 14:15 UTC)

Turpion journals now online at IOP Publishing Lev Malov 07 Nov 2007 14:15 UTC

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Dear Colleagues,

We are delighted to announce that from October 2007 onwards, IOP
Publishing is hosting the online versions of all six Turpion journals.
The list of titles is given below. Thus, you are able to access
world-class Russian research via IOP's award-winning Electronic
Journals service. The new platform makes access to the content easier
than ever to use.

Subscribing institutions also have complete access to the entire
Turpion Journal Archive, dating back to the first English translation
volumes. This will allow end-users to browse and rediscover
cutting-edge Russian physics, mathematics and chemistry research from
the past 50 years.

In the meantime all Turpion content is dual hosted on IOP EJs and
Turpion website, and online access is authorized via IP filtering. A
library need not register again on IOP site. In January 2008 Turpion
will redirect links to full-text articles from Turpion web pages to
IOP site, so the end-users who still keep the Turpion URLs will enjoy
full functionality of electronic journals provided by the IOP

Each Turpion journal has its own dedicated web page, providing:
 - full-text access to current issues
 - a broad scope of coverage
 - a list of current editorial board members
 - an e-TOC notification service
 - important information for authors

For more information, visit

In addition, you will soon be able to access all the Turpion journals
through IOP's exciting new interactive platform, IOPscience. More
details to follow.

Yours sincerely,

Lev Malov
General Manager
Turpion-Moscow Ltd

Tony O'Rourke
Assistant Director, Journals
Head of Sales and Marketing
IOP Publishing

Full list of Turpion Journals:

Quantum Electronics:
Sbornik: Mathematics:
Izvestiya: Mathematics:
Russian Mathematical Surveys:
Russian Chemical Reviews: