You could call a physical sciences library and ask who they use. In New England, we have MIT Libraries and UMass Amherst. I'm sure there are some very good ones in your area, as well.


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From: Medical Libraries Discussion List [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Julie Stielstra
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Subject: REF: vendor for "hard sciences" texts

Was asked about a source for texts in physics / astrophysics - kinda out of
my scope!  Not sure how well Rittenhouse / Majors / Matthews covers those
areas; anyone have suggestions for a vendor with that specialty?  Thanks!

Julie Stielstra, MLS
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