An encyclopedia in Scholarpedia is a portal page containing lists of articles/authors on a given topic and other useful information.
- Encyclopedia of astrophysics
- Encyclopedia of celestial mechanics (Editor: Alessandra Celletti)
- Encyclopedia of condensed matter (Editors: Gabriel Kotliar, Marcelo Rozenberg)
- Encyclopedia of dynamical systems (Editor: Eugene M. Izhikevich)
- Encyclopedia of fluid dynamics (Editor: Oleg Schilling)
- Encyclopedia of experimental high energy physics (Editors: Lydia Roos, Laurent Serin )
- Encyclopedia of theoretical high energy physics (Editors: M. D'Elia, Stefan Pokorski)
- Encyclopedia of nuclear physics (Editor: Nicolas Alamanos)
- Encyclopedia of quantum and statistical field theory (Editors: Carlo Becchi, Riccardo Guida)
- Encyclopedia of space-time and gravitation (Editors: Richard P. Woodard, Olivier Minazzoli)
- Encyclopedia of statistical mechanics (Editor: Giovanni Gallavotti)
In Scholarpedia categories are keywords used to label all articles related to the same topic. For each keyword, a page containing links to all articles with that keyword is automatically created. If D is a topic wider than a topic C, articles belonging to category C are not necessarily included in category D. A list of categories related to Physics follows. Click on a category link to see the articles belonging to that category.
Browse categories/encyclopedias above to see all available articles.
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