Maag Library provides access to Physics books, journals and data through print and online resources. The specific resources listed below are a portion of what is available through the library. For individualized assistance, contact the Science and Engineering Librarian; for general assistance Ask a Librarian!
Use these reference items for background information about Physics or for definitions and general information.
- • CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics Ready Ref QD65 .H3
- • Encyclopedia of Physical Science and Technology Ref Q123 .E497 1992
- • Encyclopedia of Applied Physics Ref QC5 .E543 1991
- • Global Earth Physics: A Handbook of Physical Constants QC 808.8. G56 1999
- • McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Physics Ref QC5 .M425 1993
- • The World of Physics: A Small Library of the Literature of Physics . . . Ref QC7.5 .W67 1987
Books can be found through MaagNet, the Maag Library online catalog, or through the OhioLINK Catalog, which locates items available at other OhioLINK institutions. Most OhioLINK items can be requested and delivered to Maag Library for pickup.
Physics resources are located throughout the library; items in the Reference Room, Serials (journals) or in the circulating collection are all arranged according to the Library of Congress Classification System. Once a useful book or journal is located in one of these areas, use that same call number to locate information on the same or similar topics in other areas of the library.
Physics Terms with Related Call Number Ranges
|Weights and Measures||QC81-QC114|
|Descriptive and Experimental Physics||QC120-QC168|
|Acoustics and Sound||QC220-QC246|
|Optics and Light||QC350-QC467|
|Electricity and Magnetism||QC501-QC766|
|Nuclear and Particle Physics||QC770-QC798|
|Geophysics, Cosmic Physics||QC-801-QC809|
|Meteorology and Climatology||QC859-QC999|
In addition to print monographs some full-text, scholarly, scientific monographs may be found through the Electronic Book Center (EBC) using Library of Congress Subject headings or such keyword search terms as “Acoustics, Physics, Geophysics, Optics, or Astrophysics.”