An Introduction to Physics
by P.J. Haler
Publisher: Library Press 1921
Number of pages: 252
In the following pages a scheme of the subject is developed, which forms a two-year course when two or three hours a week are devoted to the subject. The portions of Physics usually treated under Applied Mechanics and Electricity have been purposely omitted.
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