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Physics Databases

    High Energy Physics Database.
  • arXiv
    Provides open access to 699,329 e-prints in Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science, Quantitative Biology, Quantitative Finance and Statistics. Authors of the papers send in titles before they are accepted into the scholarly journals.
    Comprehensive access to United States government science information and research results. Federated search results including fulltext research and technical reports from 14 U.S. federal agencies including over 40 databases, almost 2,000 web sites, and 200 millions pages of information. NOTE: provides similar access to foreign agencies.
  • Scitation & Spin database
    Find physics, engineering, and general science journal articles, conference proceedings, and other special publications from the American Institute of Physics and other scientific societies and technical publishers. Search both Scitation and SPIN databases simultaneously for over 12 milliion articles.
  • Academic Search Complete
    Provides full text for over 7900 journals, including more than 6800 peer-reviewed journals, covering the social sciences, humanities, general science, multicultural studies, education and much more.
    Use this database to find full-text versions of scholarly articles from top academic journals in the humanities and social sciences. Users can conduct a variety of searches or browse specific publications. NOTE: JSTOR often does not provide access to the most current issues of many top journals.

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Popular v. Scholarly Sources

Popular and Scholarly Sources
Learn to differentiate between popular and scholarly sources and use them appropriately in your research.
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