Use the following databases to find articles on your topic.
- Start with these databases:
ScienceDirect : indexes journals from health and life sciences, social and behavioral sciences and physical sciences.
Academic Search Complete : indexes journals and magazines from all subject areas.
- Research Pro:
Do one search to find articles, books and websites. Use this in conjunction with the library catalogue and article databases.
- Find books at Douglas College Library. WorldCat
- Find books in libraries worldwide.
Dictionary of Physics CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics
REF QD 65 H3 2009/10 Encyclopedia of Physics
REF QC 5 E545 1990 Encyclopedia of Space and astronomy
REF QB 136 A544 2006 McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology
REF Q 121 M3 1992 Dictionary of Scientists Oxford Reference Online
This database contains over 100 major reference books.
NIST Physics Laboratory - Physical Reference Data
Provides measurement services and research for electronic, optical, and radiation technologies. The Astronomy Center
This is a collection of digital resources for students and teachers. It is sponsored by the American Astronomical Society, the American Association of Physics Teachers, and The National Science Digital Library.
How Stuff Works
Explanations for how things work, from rocket engines to refrigerators.
This site has links to NASA and NASA-related scientific, educational and government resources. Major areas include Aerospace Technology and Space Science, and cover topics such as the Space Shuttle, Space and Space Flight, and the Solar System.
Citation and Style Guides
How to Locate Primary Sources in the Sciences
A starting point for physics information.
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