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Template for Submission to AIP Publishing Journals
These instructions provide guidelines for preparing papers for AIP Publishing journals.
To begin writing online (in your browser), simply click the Open as Template button, above. Additional guidelines for preparing your submission are included within the template itself.
This template is designed for submissions to current AIP Publishing journals:
Applied Physics Letters
Applied Physics Reviews
Journal of Applied Physics
Journal of Chemical Physics
Journal of Laser Applications
Journal of Mathematical Physics
Joural of Physical and Chemical Research Data
Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy
Journal of Rheology
Physics of Fluids
Physics of Plasmas
Review of Scientific Instruments
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Lab Report Template for CHS Physics 211 v2.0
This is the template used in Physics 211 (calculus-based mechanics) as taught at Cortland High School in Cortland, NY.
The abstract should be a short 3-5 sentence paragraph. In it, you should state the hypothesis, what you did, and what you found. The abstract is meant to be a very short summary of your paper to follow. It is a good suggestion to write the abstract last in your report after you have written everything else. This will allow you to best summarize your work.
This project report template combines elegant formatting with a clean layout, and is the perfect way to quickly turn your notes and results into a complete document. Originally created by Frits Wenneker, the template is now pre-loaded in Overleaf for easy editing in your browser.
You can use Overleaf to create, edit and publish your report with nothing to install and no sign up required - simply click the 'Open as Template' button to create your project report instantly.
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Example by Frits Wenneker
TCC: Modelo de Apresentação de Trabalhos Acadêmicos
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Template v2 por Francisco Reinaldo
Adaptado da versão 1, em aula, de: Rodrigo de Moraes
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