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Physics & Astronomy

General physics and astronomy subject guide.

How do I find articles for my research?

If your instructor has asked you to find a peer reviewed, scholarly, or refereed article, the easiest way is through the the subject specific library databases.

Below are databases that are subject specific. Use the filters while searching to broaden or narrow your article search.

Want to learn more about what makes an article peer reviewed, scholarly or refereed? Check out the Types of Sources tab.


Before you start

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While searching for an article

Look for this button to check if we have access to the article through another database or journal.

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If we don't have access to an article

You can request an electronic copy of it from another library using Interlibrary Loan. This can usually take 1-2 days.

 

Top Physics & Astronomy Databases