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The New Physics and Its Evolution

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The New Physics and Its Evolution
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Publisher: D. Appleton and Company
ISBN/ASIN: B002LC1P22

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This book, while avoiding too great insistence on purely technical details, tries to make known the general results at which physicists have lately arrived, and indicates the direction and import which should be ascribed to those speculations on the constitution of matter, and the discussions on the nature of first principles, to which it has become the fashion of the present day to devote oneself.

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