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Physics and Astronomy: Articles & Databases

Finding the Full Text

Look for one of these icons in the article record: 
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If you don't see one of those, click this:
 article linker

to find links to the article in another database or to see if the library has the article in print.

If the library does not have a copy, you can order it for free through Interlibrary Loan.

If you have a citation that did not come from a library database, try using our Citation Linker or Google Scholar, which may provide you with a link to a library subscription offering.

AIP Citation Style

AIP Style refers to the citation format established by the American Institute of Physics. AIP is the format commonly used in the field of physics. AIP is a numbered style with references numbered in the order of appearance in the article and listed in that order at the end of the article.

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Recommended Physics & Astronomy Databases

These are library databases that will get you started on physics and astronomy research.

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Physics & Astronomy Databases on the Web

These are open access and government databases that are available for physics research on the web.

Physics & Astronomy Databases

Other databases that may contain articles for physics and astronomy research. For more databases, see the A-Z Resources page.