If you are looking for peer-reviewed, scholarly content from the library's subscription databases and collections, begin with Primo or Access Science (both are in the e-Resources box, below). If you don't find what you're looking for there, move on to the More e-Resources box for more subscription content.
If you are looking for good, free sources, try the Other e-Resources box. Included here are links to the websites of scholarly and professional societies with content and collections related to physics. Some content may not be free of charge, e.g., some research papers may be citation only (not full-text).
If you are looking for books, start with Primo. If you don't find what you need there, you can borrow print books from another library via E-ZBorrow (in the Requests menu on the library's homepage).
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AIP (American Institute of Physics) Style
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Google Scholar is Google’s tool for searching scholarly literature.
Important Note: Google Scholar's search results are not exhaustive, so do not assume that you have found "everything" on your topic via Scholar. It is just one tool to employ in your searches.