by Hamilton Perkins Cady
Publisher: Forgotten Books 1916
Number of pages: 554
In this book the author has avoided a long more or less theoretical introduction, developing the subject as logically as possible from the descriptive and experimental side; each law and theory has been presented at the point which seems best fitted both to the student and to the subject.
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