**Theoretical Physics**

by W. Wilson

**Publisher**: Dutton 1931**Number of pages**: 354

**Description**:

The purpose of the present work is to present an account of the theoretical side of physics which, without being too elaborate and voluminous, will nevertheless be sufficiently comprehensive to be useful to teachers and students. This volume deals with mechanics and heat.

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