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Professional Organizations for Physics and Engineering

Professional organizations' websites often provide current information about important topics.

Online Science Periodicals

Many 'general interest' or 'general science' magazines and newspapers also provide 'free' web sites which you can browse for a topic.

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Recommended Reference Works

Reference works, like dictionaries, encyclopedias, handbooks, as well as online sources like the ones listed here, can be important sources of background or other information to assist you with research. Look for these and others on the main floor beyond the Reference Desk:

 AIP physics desk reference REF QC61 .P49 2003

CRC handbook of chemistry and physics (most recent edition kept at Ref. Desk) REF QD65 .H3

McGraw-Hill dictionary of scientific and technical terms. REF Q123 .M34 2003

McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology REF Q121 .M3 2002

Using Government Information Sources: Electronic and Print REF Z1223.Z7 S4 2001

Wiley electrical and electronics engineering dictionary REF TK9 .K39 2004

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