New Technical Books, Volumes 11-17

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New York Public Library., 1926 - Engineering
 

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Page 27 - British usage] containing the words generally used in chemistry, and many of the terms used in the related sciences of physics, astrophysics, mineralogy, pharmacy, agriculture, biology, medicine, engineering, etc.; based on recent chemical literature with numerous tables, diagrams, portraits and other illustrations.
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Page 32 - Electrical conceptions of to-day; a lucid explanation of many of the latest theories concerning atoms, electrons & other matters relating to electricity.
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