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Higher Mathematics for Students of Chemistry and Physics

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Higher Mathematics for Students of Chemistry and Physics
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Publisher: Longmans, Green
ISBN/ASIN: 1602065691
Number of pages: 580

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Long a standard textbook for graduate use in both Britain and America, this 1902 classic of modern mathematics remains a lucid, if advanced introduction to higher mathematics as used in advanced chemistry and physics courses.

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