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Physics

Subject Specific Databases:

General Science Full Text
Access: EBSCOhost, network restricted
Coverage: 1984-present
Content: Full-text, abstracts and indexing of articles covering popular science magazines as well as professional journals. Subjects include Astronomy, Biology, Botany, Chemistry, Conservation, Environment, Microbiology, Oceanography, and more.

Institute of Physics
Access: Network restricted
Coverage: Current issues, archives of back issues, and announcements of forthcoming articles.
Content: More than 50 full text journals available from the Institute of Physics. Titles include: Physics Education, Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General, Bioimaging, Classical and Quantum Gravity, Classical and Quantum Gravity, Measurement Science and Technology, Physical Biology, Reports on Progress in Physics, Waves in Random Media, and many more.

PROLA (The American Physical Society's Physical Review Online Archive)
Access: Network restricted
Coverage: 1893-present
Content: Physical Review Letters (1958 - Present), Physical Review Series III (1970 - Present), Physical Review Series II (1913 - 1969), Physical Review Series I (1893 - 1912), Reviews of Modern Physics (1929 - Present), Physical Review Special Topics (1998 - Present)

Web of Science (Science Citation Index)
Access: network restricted
Coverage: 2002-present
Content: Science Citation Index Expanded is a multidisciplinary index to the journal literature of the sciences. It fully indexes 5,900 major journals across 150 scientific disciplines (Biochemistry, Biology, Computer Science, Chemistry, Mathematics, Medicine, Physics, Zoology, and more).

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