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Physics Subject Guide

Internet Sources

"Caltech and The Feynman Lectures Website are pleased to present this online edition of The Feynman Lectures on Physics. Now, anyone with internet access and a web browser can enjoy reading a high-quality up-to-date copy of Feynman's legendary lectures. This edition has been designed for ease of reading on devices of any size or shape; text, figures and equations can all be zoomed without degradation."
 
American Physical Society
Founded in 1899, the American Physical Society now has more than 41,000 members worldwide and publishes some of the world's leading physics research journals: the Physical Review series, Physical Review Letters, and Reviews of Modern Physics. Information about their journals, advance listings of accepted papers, and tables of contents are available on the Web pages. Electronic access to their journals is available from the library's home page through the Journal Finder link.
 
The American Institute of Physics is one of the major publishers of physics information. In addition to their complete book and journal catalog, the Web page also includes tables of contents from the latest issues of more than 30 of their journals.  Electronic access to their journals is available from the library's home page through the Journal Finder link.
 
The Institute of Physics is the major British professional organization for physicists with over 20,000 members worldwide. It is also a major publisher of physics books and journals and the first publisher to place all its journals online to existing institutional subscribers. The home pages of IOP journals provide tables of contents and the full text of feature articles. Electronic access to IOP journals is available from the library's home page through the Journal Finder link.
The SPIRES-HEP database, run by the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC) since the late 1960's, covers the particle physics literature. In 1991 it became the first website in North America.
 
"AIP's Center for History of Physics works to preserve and make known the historical record of modern physics and allied sciences. Through documentation, archival collections and educational initiatives, the Center ensures that the heritage of modern physics is safeguarded and its story accurately told."

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