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I don't know if this has already been posted or not as I haven't been following the thread lately, but I guess it deserves to be posted twice.
MIT is launching the OpenCourseWare program making its course materials free.
http://ocw.mit.edu/index.html
 
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I am collecting information in preparation for construction on a small particle accelerator. In my resent searching I found this book "Principles of Charged Particle Acceleration" http://www.fieldp.com/cpa/cpa.html. It should be helpful for me and hopefully someone else out there.
 
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The Mathmagician and the Pied Puzzler

a free book about recreational maths there is an interesting paradox i havent resolved yet (im planning to open a thread about it):
http://www.g4g4.com/paul/BOOK.pdf [Broken]
 
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Biophysics link, with a free online textbook.
http://
 
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http://
provides basic information on superstring theory
 
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If this is somewhere in this thread, I am sorry :O But what/where is the database that collects all publications from physics-related peer-reviewed journals?

In biological sciences we've got the national center for biotechnology information at http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/PubMed/ where every single published articles gets archived.

What would be the physics equivalent? Not speaking about Xarchiv, since that is not peer-reviewed, is it?
 
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I'm not sure if there is a archive, but a couple databases are:
web of science -- http://isiknowledge.com
inspec -- can't get a url, the university sends us through a proxy so I can't see the url.

Both these might be a paid service.

APS has everything indexed for everyone to see, you just need a subscription to view the articles.

JMD
 
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Does anyone have any Intro to Biology online texts?
http://occawlonline.pearsoned.com/sms_files/campbell6e_awl/login.html [Broken]

This is the 6th edition of Biology by Campbell and Reece, the text we used in my General Bio course. The user name and password are chocolatejesus12 and jenny21. They still work. It has the complete text (under e-book) as well as pictures, diagrams, and activities you can do.
 
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http://www.malonus.com/books/ebooks/ [Broken]
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Here are the Feynman lectures, but only volume one is available.

http://www.phy.cuhk.edu.hk/phywall/upload/up.php [Broken]
 
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Please direct all physics napster material to our new link directory
https://www.physicsforums.com/local_links.php [Broken]
 
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All working Physics Napster links are now in the PF Link Directory. Click on the link in my sig to get there.
 

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