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Physics and Astronomy Databases
Includes scientific and technical journals and conference proceedings in physics and other disciplines from 1898 to the present.
Web of Science
Includes books, journal articles, and conference proceedings from across all scientific disciplines and provides comprehensive citation searching. Also includes coverage articles in Social Sciences (1900-present) and Arts & Humanities (1975-present).
Houses pre-publication copies of papers in many disciplines, including physics, astronomy, mathematics, computer science, and statistics.
SAO/NASA Astrophysics Data System
A digital catalog for physics and astronomy articles. Covers topics in astronomy and astrophysics, as well as physics more generally.
A key source of chemical information. Includes articles in physical chemistry and data on the physical properties of chemical compounds. Note: You must register for an account
in order to use SciFinder.
As the name implies, this database focuses on journals and reports in geology, which includes geophysics and atmospheric physics.
SPORTDiscus with Full Text (EBSCOhost)
Indexes materials covering all aspects of sport, including the physics of sport and human biomechanics.
Academic Search Complete
Provides full text for nearly 5,300 journals in a variety of disciplines, including more than 4,400 peer-reviewed titles.
Holds digitized back-runs of journals in multiple fields, but typically doesn't include the most recent 3-5 years.
Search for full-text articles available via OhioLINK.
Academic Web Search Engines
Finds scholarly sources across the web. You may find different types of sources compared to traditional databases, but search tools are limited.
Internet Archive Scholar
Search the Internet Archive's vast collections to find scholarly articles that may no longer be openly accessible on the web.
Microsoft Academic Search
Similar to Google Scholar, with some additional ways to explore the literature.