Q. What is an International Standard Serial Number (ISSN)?

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The International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) is a standard 8-digit number that uniquely identifies any serial publication independently of place of publication, language, frequency, or medium. The ISSN is in no way related to a Preassigned Control Number (PCN).

  • Last Updated May 12, 2020
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