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! Ash , Milton
Nuclear Reactor Kinetics

Published by McGraw-Hill, New York, London Etc., 1965; xiv + 415 pages including list of Preface, 9 chapters, a Problems section, bibliographic Ref............ Read More

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The Origin of Cosmic Rays Ginzburg & Syrovatskii Ginzburg & Syrovatskii ,
The Origin of Cosmic Rays

Authorised translation by H.S.H. Massey incorporating additional chapter and revisions supplied by the authors. Published by Pergamon Press, Londo............ Read More

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! Irvine , J.M.
Heavy Nuclei, Superheavy Nuclei And Neutron Stars

published by Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1975; 164 pages; 16 x 24 cm; previously owned by City Of Liverpool Public Libraries, with their neat & orn............ Read More

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! Ormerod , Milton B.
The Architecture And Properties Of Matter, An Approach Through Models

Published by Edward Arnold, London, 1970; vi + 154 pages including lists of supliers and bibliographic References, Formula Index and General Index............ Read More



Rutherford , Francis
Radioactive Transformations

First Edition. Published by Archibald Constable and Co., London, 1906. Pp. [vi] + 287; "Very Good" condition blue buckram HARDBACK with gilt ti............ Read More


Muon and Muonium Chemistry Walker Walker , David C.
Muon and Muonium Chemistry

Published at the University Press, Cambridge, 1983. "Very Good" or better black cloth HARDBACK with silver-gilt titling in "Very Good plus" whit............ Read More

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