Physics and Astronomy
Please join me in welcoming G. Salim Mohammed to SULAIR and Stanford. Salim started on June 1st and is our new Digital and Rare Map Librarian. Salim comes to us from the University of Hawaii at Manoa where he was the Maps/GIS Librarian. He had about a month's overlap with Bob Schwarzwalder before Bob started working here. Salim arrived in Hawaii in early 2007, after the devastating October 2004 Halloween flood. One of his jobs was to spearhead the effort to move the paper map-based collection to a digital-heavy geospatial service model.
Rewritten from scratch for the iPad, Atom in a Box HD is an aid for visualizing the Hydrogen atomic orbitals, the three-dimensional states that the electron occupies in Hydrogen, a prime and otherwise unwieldy example of Quantum Mechanics. It interactively shows, in an immersive environment, what the Hydrogen atom “looks” like.
Atom in a Box is an aid for visualizing the Hydrogenic atomic orbitals, the three-dimensional states that the electron occupies in Hydrogen, a prime and otherwise unwieldy example of Quantum Mechanics. It interactively shows what the Hydrogen atom “looks” like.
Physical property data can be found at a number of campus libraries as well as online. The Swain Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Library has the most book resources, but if you are seeking the old print GE/Genium Handbook of Binary Phase Diagrams, it is on reference at the Terman Engineering Library - TN690.4 .M6 1984.
Finding Physical and Chemical Properties (Online Guide)
Continues to be the most accurate, reliable and current resource available on data needed by chemists, physicists and engineers. It provides wide coverage of data on properties of inorganic and organic compounds. Now searchable by chemical structure. Note: Section 18 contains sources of physical and chemical data.
HBCP Online provides the most comprehensive and current source of physical and chemical data available online!
SpringerMaterials is based on the Landolt-Bornstein New Series, the unique, fully evaluated data collection in all areas of physical sciences and engineering
Optics and photonics will play an increasing role in enabling manufacturing, medical, sensing, telecommunications, and defense technologies in the 21st century.