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Government Documents: Physics, Chemistry & Math

Government Resources

Physics, Chemistry & Mathematics

 

National Science Foundation:  NSF's public investment in science, engineering, education and technology helps to create knowledge and sustain prosperity.

National Technical Information Service

Mathematical Databases, Software and Tools National Institute of Standards and Techology

NIST: Chemistry  The following list of databases contribute to U.S. industry's productivity and competitiveness and improve public health, safety and environmental quality.

NIST:  Mathematical Databases, Software and Tools

The NIST Physics Program produces the most comprehensive set of reliable physical reference data available anywhere. The NIST collection of atomic energy levels, transition probabilities, and collision data is widely used by groups for characterizing and modeling all types of gaseous systems, including plasmas, planetary atmospheres, and astrophysical media, and for health physics applications.

Department of Energy Physics pages

Mathematical and Physical Sciences (MPS)