Friday, March 31, 2017

Database review - American Institute of Physics


Interested in physics? Explore the resources of the American Institute of Physics from the JCU library Databases page to research a range of articles and conference papers on all topics related to physics. Many of the articles from the journals on the platform are published online first. Research impact factors for the various journals range from 0.9 to 14.31 based on 2015 usage.

One of our most highly used journals from this package is the Journal of Chemical Physics, which focuses on experimental and theoretical aspects of chemical physics, including quantum mechanics, surfaces, and polymers.


To further complement your studies, the Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data provides critically evaluated physical and chemical property data. It also provides current information about the particular elements you may be researching or similar studies on those properties.

Chaos theory has been used in many disciplines to theorize about biological, social and natural phenomena, including artificial intelligence. Perhaps Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science could be of help to you?

Discover how science has changed over time. You can still actually browse through print versions and search for older issues. Search our library catalogue by typing in the American Institute of Physics as an author to find these issues.

AIP also provides collections of articles arranged by various categories for a quick overview of most highly accessed or topical articles across a number of their journals. So immerse yourself into the world of phyics at AIP.

                               


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