by S. L. Soo
Publisher: Prentice-Hall 1962
Number of pages: 437
This book is intended for all engineering and science students as a continuation from college physics. By analytical thermodynamics, we mean the treatment of basic concepts and applications of thermodynamics with analytical methods of mathematics.
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