Encyclopaedic Dictionary of Physics: General, Nuclear, Solid State, Molecular, Chemical, Metal and Vacuum Physics, Astronomy, Geophysics, Biophysics, and Related Subjects - Vol. 2

By J. Thewlis; R. C. Glass et al. | Go to book overview

ENCYCLOPAEDIC
DICTIONARY OF PHYSICS
GENERAL, NUCLEAR, SOLID STATE, MOLECULAR
CHEMICAL, METAL AND VACUUM PHYSICS
ASTRONOMY, GEOPHYSICS, BIOPHYSICS
AND RELATED SUBJECTS

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
J. THEWLIS
ATOMIC ENERGY RESEARCH ESTABLISHMENT
HARWELL, ENGLAND

Associate Editors

R.C. GLASS
LONDON
D.J. HUGHES
(Brookhaven)
A. R. MEETHAM
TEDDINGTON

THE MACMILLAN COMPANY

NEW YORK

PERGAMON PRESS

OXFORD AND LONDON

1962

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  • Title Page iii
  • List of Contributors to This Volume v
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