Basically, I'm looking for a physics journal that contains what Crux Mathematicorum does, which is basically a "problem solving journal" specific for the secondary and undergraduate levels. Preferably a journal that remains active to this day.

  • $\begingroup$ It used to be that Quantum Magazine/Kvant filled this role. These days I think the best option is the American Journal of Physics. $\endgroup$
    – knzhou
    Dec 8 '20 at 20:11

So far as I'm aware, there is no such journal. However, I believe this is primarily because the majority of solvable problems have already been tabulated in books. If you are looking for such a tabulation of problems which are completable by hand and their solutions, I would suggest looking at the book series by Lim Yung-Kuo.


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