Physics (further reading)


Physics (further reading)

This page lists sources for further reading about Physics.

Webpages

* [http://www.nature.com/naturephysics Nature Physics]
* [http://www.vega.org.uk/ The Vega Science Trust] , includes hours of Freeview Science Video including many Physicists such as Feynman, Rotblat and other Nobel Laureates
* [http://math.ucr.edu/home/baez/physics/ Usenet Physics FAQ] is a FAQ compiled by sci.physics and other physics newsgroups
* [http://www.physics.org/ Physics.org] is a web portal run by the [http://www.iop.org/ Institute of Physics]
* [http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/hframe.html HyperPhysics] is a heavily interlinked concept map spanning physics, from Georgia State University
* [http://scienceworld.wolfram.com/physics/ World of Physics] is an online encyclopedic dictionary of physics
* [http://musr.physics.ubc.ca/~jess/hr/skept/ The Skeptic's Guide to Physics]
* [http://www.planetphysics.org PlanetPhysics] includes online Physics
* [http://physicsweb.org Physicsweb.org]
* [http://physlib.com/ Physics Central] includes articles on astronomy, particle Physics and mathematics.
* [http://www.archive.org/stream/JustinMorganPhysicsLightningTour/PhysicsDocumentary_256kb.mp4 Physics Video Tour]
* [http://physics.aps.org/ Physics] announced July 17, 2008 by the American Physical Society

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*cite book | author=Byers, Nina and Williams, Gary | title=Out of the Shadows: Contributions of Twentieth-Century Women to Physics | publisher=Cambridge University Press | year=2006 | id=ISBN 0-521-82197-5

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* A selection of 56 articles, written by physicists. Commentaries and notes by Lloyd Motz and Dale McAdoo.

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Undergraduate level

Classical Mechanics

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Electromagnetism

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Quantum Mechanics

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Optics

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Relativity

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Modern Physics

Concepts of Modern Physics, Arthur Beiser,,

ISBN13: 9780071234603,ISBN10: 0071234608,

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Mathematical Physics

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Particle and Experimental Physics

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Thermal and Statistical Physics

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