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Subject information: Physics

Subject information: Physics / Nanostructure technology

Books and journals in the Main Library

Physics books can be found in the reading room on the 2nd floor under the shelf marks 20/U…  Books on technology can be found in the same reading room under the shelf marks 20/ZG ... bis 20/ZS ... Books on nanostructure technology are stored at 20/ZN 3700 and at 20/U...

Journals can be found under the shelf marks 21/UA ... (physics) and 21/ZG ... (technology).

You will find study-relevant literature under the shelf marks n 24/Phys ...

General plan: 2nd floor (PDF, 307 KB)

Books and journals in the Departmental Library for Physics, Astronomy, Computer Science and Media

Books on physics and nanostructure technology can be found under the shelf marks 750/U… and 750/ZN 3700 ... in the basement of the Departmental Library for Physics, Astronomy, Computer Science and Media.

Journals on physics and nanostructure technology are sorted alphabetically by title on the ground floor of the Departmental Library for Physics, Astronomy, Computer Science and Media. The latest issues can be found in the current periodicals display.

General plans: Ground floor (PDF, 185 KB) | Basement (PDF, 254 KB)

New acquisitions

Main library

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Acquisition suggestions

General

Literature search tips are summarised on a separate page.

Subject-specific

Science Citation Index Expanded (SCIE) is the most important database for physicists and nanostructure engineers.

Depending on your search topic, other databases may also prove useful. Our Database Information System (DBIS) contains numerous databases for the fields of physics and general technology.

arXiv.org

Konferenz der Fachbereiche Physik (KFP)

Welt der Physik