Concise encyclopedia of science and technology
Crescent Books, Dec 27, 1985 - Science - 590 pages
A selective guide to the content, language, and history of science and technology, featuring investigations in astronomy, biology, chemistry, metallurgy, physics, geology, medicine, anthropology, psychology, linguistics, and philosophy
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