The Digital Encyclopedia of Applied Physics provides the basic principles and in-depth coverage of all technically pertinent areas of modern-day physics, coupled with technological applications from real life. It originally appeared in print (for the Dartmouth Library’s print copy, see: http://libcat.dartmouth.edu/record=b2349484~S1) in 23 volumes plus 2 update volumes, covering some 15,500 pages and over 650 articles with a total of 7,800 figures and 980 tables. The new digital version of the encyclopedia adds new and updated content, the ability to browse and search online, as well as instant access from wherever you are.
Key subject areas covered in the Digital Encyclopedia of Applied Physics include the basics, methods, and applications—as well as all the neighboring fields of physics and engineering. The encyclopedia comprehensively covers such specific topics as: optics, laser physics, solid state and semiconductor physics, atom and nuclear physics, and biophysics.