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Physics Research Guide

This guide will assist you with finding scholarly resources in physics

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Physics Books (QCs)

The physics books are located in the Fine Hall Wing of the Lewis Science Library, shelved by Library of Congress QC call numbers.

If Princeton's copy is unavailable, login to Borrow Direct or Interlibrary Loan and choose Lewis Science Library as your pick-up location.

Books currently checked out can be recalled using the recall option in the Catalog.

Books located in ReCAP are offsite and can be requested and delivered to campus.

If you cannot find a book on the shelf, please ask library staff for help!

Please contact Anya Bartelmann, Librarian if you have additional comments or questions.

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The Library Catalog includes books, e-books, journals (not individual articles), Princeton Theses, videos, and more. Use the left hand menu to narrow by library, format, year, subject, place of publication, or classification.

The Library of Congress classification subclass for physics is QC.

 

WorldCat

WorldCat: Window to the world's libraries

WorldCat is a comprehensive online catalog of library holdings. lists books, journals, maps, recordings, films, scores, and other materials located in over 6000 public, academic, corporate, school and specialized libraries all over the world. Check WorldCat for holdings of materials that are not available at Princeton University Library; these items can be requested through Interlibrary Loan or Borrow Direct. Items that are available here are usually marked with this icon: In your library PRINCETON UNIV , but double check to be sure. You can use the Princeton University Links - PUL Links logo icon to quickly search Main Catalog for that item; this is essential because the item might be checked out, lost, or unavailable for some other reason.