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

Lightning : physics and effects / Vladimir A. Rakov and Martin A. Uman Student workbook : Physics for scientists and engineers, a strategic approach with modern physics, 4/E / Randall D. Knight Space physics / Christopher T. Russell (University of California, Los Angeles), Janet G. Luhmann (University of California, Berkeley), Robert J. Strangeway (University of California, Los Angeles) High dynamic range video : from acquisition, to display and applications / edited by Frédéric Dufaux, Patrick Le Callet, Rafał K. Mantiuk, Mara Mrak Dynamics of glassy, crystalline and liquid ionic conductors : experiments, theories, simulations / Junko Habasaki, Carlos León, K.L. Ngai 2D materials for nanoelectronics / edited by Michel Houssa, IMEC, Leuven, Belgium, Athanasios Dimoulas, NCSR- Demokritos, Athens, Greece, Alessandro Molle, CNR IMM, Agrate Brianza, Italy Fundamentals of condensed matter physics / Marvin L. Cohen, University of California, Berkeley,  Steven G. Louie, University of California, Berkeley Essential radio astronomy / James J. Condon and Scott M. Ransom Dark matter in the universe / Marc S. Seigar, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Minnesota Duluth, USA 200 more puzzling physics problems with hints and solutions / Péter Gnädig, Gyula Honyek, Máté Vigh ; Ken Riley, consultant editor for translation and scientific editing