Skip to Questions

Ask Us - Questions? We've got answers for you !

Useful Tip: Ask questions or search by keyword, e.g., anthropology database
Q

How can I get the following article as soon as possible? I noticed that the interloan library route takes quiet some time. Article: Optical

How can I get the following article as soon as possible? I noticed that the interloan library route takes quiet some time. Article: Optical waveguides fabricated by ion implantation of Si+ and N+ in SiO2: a Raman investigation Author: Uma B. Ramabadran et al
Last Updated: Jun 13, 2013  |  11 Views

Was this helpful? 0   0
A

Answer

It is possible to purchase this article online directly from the Optical Society of America but this would cost you US$ 15.00 if you were an OSA member and US$ 35.00 if you were a non-member. 

I think that it would be worth considering obtaining the article via ILL (Inter-Library Loans) as the journal in which the article appears is held by at least three reputable local university libraries.  If you request the article online, the turnaround time would probably be 1 - 2 days and the cost considerably smaller, if anything at all.  To request an article online, Use this link. To use this facility you need to have first registered for My Library Record.  If you have any queries about this process, please do not hesitate to contact our ILL library Assistant, Ms Rina Goosen (r.goosen@ru.ac.za) or alternatively consult the ILL webpage.

Answered by Sue RiondaBookmark and Share

Other Answers / Comments (1)

  1. Your can also purchase this article at: https://www.opticsinfobase.org/purchase/purchase.cfm?id=72370&seq=0&journal_id=9 OR • Or try emailing the authors - http://www.kettering.edu/faculty/uma-ramabadran; http://www.physics.uc.edu/~smithl/new-template/howard-jackson.php ; Email: boydjt@ucmail.uc.edu
    by E Shepherd on May 27, 2013.

Related content from LibGuides

Welcome!

Welcome to Ask Us!

Use Ask Us! for questions you might ask a librarian in person.You can search for answers to previous questions here, or ask a new question.

Take a look at the suggestions as you type in the Ask Us box to see if there is a match or browse our topics.

We will respond to your question within 1 working day (Mon - Fri)

For more urgent and complex questions, please contact your faculty librarian.

Please note that your questions and our answers may be made public to assist other users of the Library's services.  All personal information will be removed from questions to retain privacy.