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David G. Clark Memorial Physics Library

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Sunday, 2-10pm

 

Our Newest Arrivals

Our newest arrivals of interest. 

To see a complete list of new arrivals, please visit:

Physics Library New Books List

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100 Years of Subatomic Physics - Ernest M. Henley; Stephen D. Ellis
Call Number: QC 793.16 .A13 2013
ISBN: 9789814425797
Publication Date: 2013-06-26
Particle physics, from Rutherford to the LHC /S. Weinberg --The early years and beyond /E.M. Henley and A. García --100 years of nuclear mass measurements and models /G.T. Garvey --Symmetries and dynamical symmetries in nuclei /I. Talmi --Nuclear fission /R. Vogt and J. Randrup --Parity-and time-reversal tests in nuclear physics /D. Hertzog and M.J. Ramesy-Musolf --High energy nuclear physics: from Bear Mountain to the LHC /L. McLerran --Chiral symmetry in subatomic physics /U.-G. Meißner --Exotic nuclei far from the stability line /K. Hagino, I. Tanihata and H. Sagawa --A short history of colliders /L. Evans --4 [pi] detectors /C. Tully --Large underground detectors for proton decay and neutrino physics /K. Scholberg --Jets and QCD /S.D. Ellis and D.E. Soper --Diffractive phenomena in high energy processes /L. Frankfurt and M. Strikman --Weak interactions: from current-current to standard model and beyond /R.N. Mohapatra --Neutrino physics /L. Wolfenstein --Introduction to renormalization in field theory /L.-F. Li --Lattice gauge theory and the origin of mass /A.S. Kronfeld --String theory and M-theory /J.H. Schwarz

2013 Nobel Prize winners Peter Higgs & Francois Englert

The 2013 Nobel Prize in Physics has been awarded to Peter W. Higgs (University of Edingburgh) and Francois Englert (Université Libre de Bruxelles) “for the theoretical discovery of a mechanism that contributes to our understanding of the origin of mass of subatomic particles, and which recently was confirmed through the discovery of the predicted fundamental particle, by the ATLAS and CMS experiments at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider."

 To help the public understand the context of this remarkable theory, the American Institute of Physics (AIP) has compiled a Physics Nobel Prize Resources page featuring relevant scientific papers and articles, quotes from experts, multimedia, and other resources.

 

Scope of this Guide

This guide is meant for those who are pursuing graduate and post-grad work in physics at UNH, and for those who are strongly interested in physics.  It will get you started with resources for doing literature searches,finding library materials (and staff who can help!), getting help with writing, and professional directions in physics.

 

Instructions for Off-Campus Access

VPN (https://vpn.unh.edu) provides excellent access; it makes any link to a resources provided by the UNH Library accessible through your computer.  If you do not use VPN, you may still access resources from off-campus.  To do this, you must get to the resource via the UNH Library Catalog, UNH Library Database List and/or UNH Fulltext Journal List.  When you click on the UNH Library link to an online resource, you will be prompted to put in your IT ID.  After doing so, you will be connected to that resource.

David G. Clark Memorial Physics Library, Library Associate

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Heather Gagnon
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Durham, NH 03824
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Engineering & Physical Sciences Librarian

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Emily Poworoznek
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Engineering, Math & Computer Science Library
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