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Experimental Elasticity: A Manual for the Laboratory

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Experimental Elasticity: A Manual for the Laboratory
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN/ASIN: 1107664225
Number of pages: 220

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G. F. C. Searle (1864-1954) was a British physicist who made notable contributions to the development of laboratory physics and theories of electromagnetic mass. First published in 1933, as the second edition of a 1908 original, this book was based on the manuscript notes prepared by Searle for the use of students attending his practical physics classes at the Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge.

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