This guide contains help and resources for your research in Physics and Engineering. Use the red tabs at the top to navigate between different types of resources. For general help with your Physics and Engineering research, use the Find Books and Find Articles tabs. For specific course help, use the Course Guides tab. If you have questions, contact Mary Abdoney, Science Librarian.
Synthesizes the vast amount of primary research literature and identifies the principal contributions in Materials Research in one annual volume. Search or browse. Full text access from 1996 to present.
An especially valuable form of secondary literature. Articles in the Annual Review series are comprehensive, dependable, and offer sizeable bibliographies; if you can find an article on your topic, it will probably point you to most of the relevant primary literature which had appeared up to its publication date, and give you a firm basis for understanding the evolution of research traditions in that subfield.
The American Physical Society's PROLA archive contains PDF images of all pages of Physical Review 1893-2007 and Reviews of Modern Physics 1929-present, and thus extends W&L's holdings, makes the whole collection searchable.
Online full text access to our subscriptions to journals published by Elsevier, with an archive starting in 1995. The database allows searching on over 1,700 journals from Elsevier Science including top titles such as The Lancet, Cell, and Tetrahedron
Scitation includes links to many rich sources of information, including ISI's Web of Science, MEDLINE, Chemport/Chemical Abstracts Service, SPIN database, INSPEC, EDP Sciences, X-ArkiV, SLAC-SPIRES, and other Scitation journals, among others. The scope of online products and services hosted on the platform includes conference proceedings, virtual journals, magazines, standards, storefronts with rich e-commerce features, online portal sites, and almost 600,000 journal articles.
Described as the largest citation-and-abstract database in the world, Scopus features broad coverage of scientific, technical, medical, and social sciences literature, as covered in about 14,000 peer-reviewed resources, as well as Web sites from the Scirus database. Scopus also functions as a citation-indexing tool.
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