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Advanced Exercises in Practical Physics

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Advanced Exercises in Practical Physics
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN/ASIN: B003A02KD2
Number of pages: 392

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This volume is intended for students who, having obtained an elementary knowledge of experimental work in Physics, desire to become acquainted with the principles and methods of accurate measurement. We have endeavoured to confine the apparatus required to that commonly found in laboratories.

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