Formatting APS Journal Articles
Here it is: the main body of the article, the sum of what could be years of work documented for the masses. This information includes an introduction to the study, the processes by which the experiments were conducted, the results obtained, and how these results relate to current scientific thought and practice. This section will explain the various parts of a regular scientific article and how they should be formatted. First, the purpose of headers and their coding is explained. From then on, topics are discussed as you would encounter them in a common article: the Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, and Discussion.