Much of the necessary information needed to prosper in this course is included within the lectures and required texts. For further study, you may want to consult the listed resources. You may check out the location and availability of an item in the on-campus collection using the online catalog, Voyager, accessed here or through the library home page. Your professor is also committed to your achievement in this course. Do not hesitate to make an appointment with him for additional help, if needed.
AIP Physics Desk Reference, by Richard Cohen - QC 61 .A45 2003
Concise dictionary of physics, by Alan Isaacs - Ref QC 5 .C56 2000
CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics, by David R. Lide - Ref QD 65 .C88 2005
Fundamentals of Physics, by David Halliday - QC21.3 .H35 2011
McGraw-Hill Concise Encyclopedia of Science & Technology - Ref Q121 .M29 2005
Van Nostrand’s Concise Encyclopedia of Science, edited by De Pree and Axelrod - Ref Q121 .V25 2003
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