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Are there any books describing only experiments?

  1. Feb 8, 2012 #1
    Hello, I was wondering if there are any good recommendable physics books out there of which the main goal is to describe performed experiments and their results. I'm mainly interested in quantum mechanics right now but other fields such as general and special relativity are very welcome as well.
    I was hoping that there would be a book which would for example not only say what the double-slit experiment is, but also report on many variations, report what the data actually is, report what equipment has been used, and so on. Interpretations or conclusions about the results of the results aren't necessarily needed.
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  3. Feb 8, 2012 #2
    They are usually called Learned Journals, very often the proceedings of learned societies.
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