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Research in Physics

Richard Feynman once said doing physics was like watching a chess game without knowing how to play, trying to figure out the rules through observation. This guide to resources in physics tries to make the library a less mysterious place by describing places to find information quickly and ways to delve deeper into the literature of the field. Don't hesitate to ask a librarian for assistance if you aren't finding what you need.

Flash Simulation of a One-to-one Mass Ratio Galaxy Cluster Merger with an Impact Offset

Image courtesy of the Argonne National Laboratory

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