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Physics - Information Resources: Finding Articles

This is a guide to resources for physics research. It will lead you to databases with helpful journal articles, books, websites, and other resources.

Journal Title Abbreviations

Need to find the full journal title from an abbreviation, or vice versa? Try these resources:

Pre-Prints and e-Prints

Why search for preprints?

Publication of manuscripts in a peer-reviewed journal often takes months or even years from the time of initial submission, because manuscripts must undergo extensive reviewer critique.

The need to quickly circulate current results within a scientific community has led researchers to distribute documents as preprints. The immediate distribution of pre-prints allows authors to receive early feedback from their peers, which may be helpful in revising and preparing articles for submission.

Physics Article Databases

Physics Journals

Other Databases with Physics Content

Search Journal Titles

Find journals and newspapers subscribed to by St. Thomas. Enter all or the beginning of the title (e.g., New York Times or Harvard).

InterLibrary Loan Login

UST Username


GET IT

Click the GET IT button in any database to get the full text of an article.  If UST Libraries doesn't own it, you'll be given an option to request it from another library

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