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PhysicsWiki Reference Desk

The PhysicsWiki reference desk works like a library reference desk. Ask a question here and PhysicsWiki volunteers will try to answer it.

Before asking a question, please try the search boxes at right to search PhysicsWiki as a whole or the Reference Desk archives.

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Computing reference desk

Entertainment reference desk

Humanities reference desk

Computers and IT Entertainment Humanities
Computing, information technology, electronics, software, and hardware Sports, popular culture, movies, music, video games, and TV shows History, politics, literature, religion, philosophy, law, finance, economics, art, and society

Language reference desk

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Science reference desk

Language Mathematics Science
Spelling, grammar, word etymology, linguistics, language usage, and requesting translations Mathematics, geometry, probability, and statistics Biology, chemistry, physics, medicine, geology, engineering, and technology

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Miscellaneous reference desk

Reference desk archives

Miscellaneous Archives
Tourism, vacations, and travel

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For questions that don't fit in any of the other categories Old questions are archived daily

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