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Location Guide to Original Materials in Physics

The name of the collection is listed first. If the collection has been digitized, the title of the collection links to the scanned documents. If the collection focuses on an individual or individuals a biography is listed second. Generally the biography will be linked to a Wikipedia article unless no article could be found in which case another biographical source is idenfied. Lastly, there is a link to the finding guide to the collection. The finding guide will also contain a biographical statement in addition to a summary of the scope and contents of the items at hand including an inventory. Most finding guides also provide a name and subject index for the collection.


History of Physics

  • Image Archive at the Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge | Finding Guide | Web Site - "We have photographs, capturing the history of Physics, at the Cavendish Laboratory, since before 1900."[1]
  • The International Catalog of Sources for History of Physics and Allied Sciences at the Neils Bohr Library and Archives, Center for History of Physics, American Institute of Physics | Finding Guides

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External Links

Real Time Relativity - "3D virtual world that obeys Einstein's Theory of Special Relativity, is one of two simulation packages being developed as teaching packages for use in first year university science classes."[1]

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