Physics Library

Location & Hours

The Physics Library is on the ground floor of DeMeritt Hall, across from the Handly Auditorium.
See today's hours.

About the Library

The David G. Clark Memorial Physics Library provides reference service and materials on physics and astronomy, from introductory to research level. The library includes over 25,000 volumes. Major indexes and most journals are available online.

In addition to the other science branch libraries, some popular and historical physics and astronomy literature is held at Dimond Library.

For a historical look at the Physics Library, please view our slideshow [ppt].



New Books at the Physics Library

Introduction to topological quantum matter & quantum computation / Tudor D. Stanescu Ferroelectric-gate field effect transistor memories : device physics and applications / Byung-Eun Park, Hiroshi Ishiwara, Masanori Okuyama, Shigeki Sakai, Sung- Min Yoon, editors Non-equilibrium statistical physics with application to disordered systems / Manuel Osvaldo Cáceres Introduction to magnetohydrodynamics / P.A. Davidson Liquid dielectrics in an inhomogeneous pulsed electric field / M.N. Shneider, M. Pekker Introduction to plasma physics : with space, laboratory and astrophysical applications / Donald A. Gurnett, University of Iowa, Amitava Bhattacharjee, Princeton University, New Jersey Fundamental astronomy / Hannu Karttunen, Pekka Kröger, Heikki Oja, Markku Poutanen, Karl Johan Donner, editors Turbulence in the solar wind / Roberto Bruno, Vincenzo Carbone III-nitride based light emitting diodes and applications / Tae-Yeon Seong, Jung Han, Hiroshi Amano, Hadis Morkoç, editors Introduction to modern magnetohydrodynamics / Sébastien Galtier, Université Paris - Saclay