Physics Library

Location & Hours

The Physics Library is on the ground floor of DeMeritt Hall, across from the Handly Auditorium.
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About the Library

The David G. Clark Memorial Physics Library provides reference service and materials on physics and astronomy, from introductory to research level. The library includes over 25,000 volumes. Major indexes and most journals are available online.

In addition to the other science branch libraries, some popular and historical physics and astronomy literature is held at Dimond Library.

For a historical look at the Physics Library, please view our slideshow [ppt].

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New Books at the Physics Library

Turbulence in the solar wind / Roberto Bruno, Vincenzo Carbone Fundamental astronomy / Hannu Karttunen, Pekka Kröger, Heikki Oja, Markku Poutanen, Karl Johan Donner, editors Composing science : a facilitator's guide to writing in the science classroom / Leslie Atkins Elliott, Kim Jaxon, and Irene Salter ; foreword by Tom Fox Quantum optics and nanophotonics : Ecole d'été de Physique des Hauches, Session CI, 5-30 August 2013 / edited by Claude Fabre, Vahid Sandoghdar, Nicolas Treps, Leticia F. Cugliandolo Skyrmions : topological structures, properties, and applications / edited by J. Ping Liu, Zhidong Zhang, Guoping Zhao Astroparticle physics : theory and phenomenology / Günter Sigl Astrophysics in a nutshell / Dan Maoz The cosmic perspective fundamentals / Jeffrey Bennett, University of Colorado at Boulder, Megan Donahue, Michigan State University, Nicholas Schneider, University of Colorado at Boulder, Mark Voit, Michigan State University Neutron scattering : applications in biology, chemistry, and materials science / edited by Felix Fernandez-Alonso, David L. Price Interferometry and synthesis in radio astronomy / A. Richard Thompson, James M. Moran, George W. Swenson Jr