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This list contains monographic titles cataloged or recataloged within the previous 60 days.

  1. Advanced electromagnetics and scattering theory / Kasra Barkeshli edited by Sina Khorasani. --
  2. Applied solid state physics : a textbook on materials science / M R Srinivasan. --
  3. The art of insight in science and engineering : mastering complexity / Sanjoy Mahajan. --
  4. Atlas of meteorites / Monica M. Grady, The Open University and The Natural History Museum, UK, Giovanni Pratesi, Museo di Storia Naturale, Università di Firenze, and Vanni Moggi Cecchi, Museo di Scienze Planetarie, Provincia di Prato. --
  5. Atom Interferometry = Interferometria atomica / edited by = a cura di G.M. Tino and M.A. Kasevich. --
  6. The beauty of physics : patterns, principles, and perspectives / A.R.P. Rau. --
  7. Birefringent thin films and polarizing elements / Martin W McCall, Imperial College London, UK, Ian J Hodgkinson, University of Otago, New Zealand, Qihong Wu, Finisar Australia, Australia. --
  8. Computational methods in geophysical electromagnetics / Eldad Haber, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. --
  9. Electricity and magnetism for mathematicians : a guided path from Maxwell's equations to Yang-Mills / Thomas A. Garrity, Williams College, Williamstown, Massachusetts with illustrations by Nicholas Neumann-Chun. --
  10. Electroweak and strong interactions : an introduction to theoretical particle physics : with 59 figures, 80 exercises and solutions / Florian Scheck. -- ©1996.
  11. Engineering electromagnetics and waves / Umran S. Inan, Koç University, Stanford University, Aziz S. Inan, University of Portland, Ryan K. Said, Vaisala Inc.. --
  12. Experiments in Reduced Gravity : Sediment Settling on Mars / Nikolaus Kuhn. --
  13. Field theory : a path integral approach / Ashok Das. -- c2006.
  14. Fission neutrons : experiments, evaluation, modeling and open problems / Nikolay Kornilov. --
  15. The formation of the solar system : theories old and new / Michael M. Woolfson, University of York, UK. --
  16. The fundamentals of modern astrophysics : a survey of the cosmos from the home planet to space frontiers / Mikhail Ya Marov. --
  17. Geometry from dynamics, classical and quantum / Jose F. Carinena ... [et al.]. -- 2015.
  18. Gravity does not exist : a puzzle for the 21st century / Vincent Icke. -- ©2014.
  19. Introduction to modern dynamics : chaos, networks, space and time / David D. Nolte. --
  20. An introduction to nonlinear finite element analysis : with applications to heat transfer, fluid mechanics, and solid mechanics / J.N. Reddy. --
  21. Introduction to statistical physics : and to computer simulations/ João Paulo Casquilho (Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal), Paulo Ivo Cortez Teixeira (Instituto Superior de Engenharia de Lisboa, Portugal). --
  22. Large strain finite element method : a practical course / Antonio Munjiza, Esteban Rougier, Earl E. Knight. --
  23. Laser-induced damage in optical materials / edited by Detlev Ristau, Leibniz University of Hanover, Institute for Quantum Optics, and Laser Zentrum Hannover, Department of Laser Components, Hannover, Germany. --
  24. Mathematical physics / P K Chattopadhyay. -- [2015]
  25. Mathematical tools for physicists / edited by Michael Grinfeld. --
  26. Methods of experimental physics / M.I. Pergament. --
  27. Microdosimetry and its applications / H.H. Rossi, M. Zaider. -- ©1996.
  28. Monte Carlo methods for particle transport / Alireza Haghighat. --
  29. Nanoscopic materials : size-dependent phenomena and growth principles / Emil Roduner. --
  30. Nonlinear optics and photonics / Guang S. He. --
  31. Nonlinear optics : principles and applications / Karsten Rottwitt, Peter Tidemand-Lichtenberg. --
  32. Nonrelativistic quantum X-ray physics / Stefan P. Hau-Riege. --
  33. Nuclei in the Cosmos / Carlos A. Bertulani. -- c2013.
  34. Optics essentials : an interdisciplinary guide / Araz Yacoubian, Ler Technologies, Carlsbad, California, USA. --
  35. Phase space methods for degenerate quantum gases / Bryan J. Dalton, John Jeffers, Stephen M. Barnett. --
  36. The physics of living processes : a mesoscopic approach / Thomas Andrew Waigh. --
  37. The physics of the Z and W bosons / Roberto Tenchini, Claudio Verzegnassi. -- c2008.
  38. Polarization effects in semiconductors : from ab initio theory to device application / Colin Wood, Debdeep Jena, editors. -- c2008.
  39. Protostars and planets VI / edited by Henrik Beuther, Ralf S. Klessen, Cornelis P. Dullemond, and Thomas Henning with the assistance of Renee Dotson with 250 collaborating authors. --
  40. The quantum age : how the physics of the very small has transformed our lives / Brian Clegg. --
  41. Quantum thermodynamic processes : energy and information flow at the nanoscale / Günter Mahler. --
  42. A ray of light in a sea of dark matter / Charles Keeton. --
  43. Recent progress in many-body theories : proceedings of the 14th International Conference, Barcelona, Spain, 16-20 July 2007 / editors: Jordi Boronat, Gregory E. Astrakharchik, Ferran Mazzanti. -- ©2008.
  44. Resonance : applications in physical science / Michael M. Woolfson, University of York, UK. --
  45. Scattering amplitudes in gauge theory and gravity / Henriette Elvang, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Yu-tin Huang, National Taiwan University. --
  46. Solar prominences / Jean-Claude Vial, Oddbjørn Engvold, editors. --
  47. Statistical physics for cosmic structures / A. Gabrielli [and others]. -- ©2005.
  48. Stella novae : past and future decades : proceedings of a conference held at the Pavilion Clock Tower, Cape Town, South Africa, 4-8 February 2013 / edited by P. A. Woudt and V. A. R. M. Ribeiro. --
  49. Symmetries and symmetry breaking in field theory / P. Mitra. --
  50. Topics in modern physics : solutions to problems / Paolo Amore, Universidad de Colima, Mexico, John Dirk Walecka, College of William and Mary, USA. --
  51. The twin sister planets Venus and Earth : why are they so different? / Robert J. Malcuit. -- 2015.
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