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Library and Internet resources for physics.

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This guide lists both library and internet resources recommended for finding physics information and in many cases, includes instructions for using these resources. In this guide you will find physics-related information on:

  • Journal Articles: Databases and other helpful information for finding research articles on physics topics.
  • Books: Find both physical and electronic books related to physics through ASU Library.
  • Definitions: Various dictionaries for finding short definitions for words and phrases.
  • Facts & Formulas: A selection of handbooks that provide summary of a specific subject and frequently include data and formulas.
  • In the News: Explore physics related news sources.
  • Citing Your Sources: Tutorials and style guides for creating citations creating different types of citations.

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