Located either on the 2nd floor near the reference desk or on the 4th floor with other books. Larger reference works, such as Beilstein and Gmelin, are usually shelved on the 4th floor.
There is a great deal of property data that is summarized in books, such as those listed below. These can be especially helpful if you need data on more than just a single compound. Unless you know which books to look in, it can be a challenge to find them without help. Use the three links below to identify books that contain specific types of physical property and spectral data (i.e. dielectric constant, thermal conductivity, crystal structure, etc.). Then check AubieCat to see if Auburn Libraries has a copy of the book.
|QB 520-540||Sun (Solar Physics, etc.)|
|QC 170-197||Atomic Physics|
|QC 176-177||Solid State Physics|
|QC 220-246||Acoustics, Sound|
|QC 350-467||Optics, Light|
|QC 474-496||Radiation Physics (General)|
|QC 501-766||Electricity and Magnetism|
|QC 717.5-718.8||Plasma Physics|
|QC 770-798||Nuclear and Partical Physics|
|QC 801-809||Geophysics, Cosmic Physics|
|QC 851-999||Meteorology, Climatology|
|TK 7867-7871||Electronic Circuits|
|TK 7871.85-7874.5||Semiconductors, Microelectronics|