Theory of atomic nucleus and nuclear Energy-Sources


Published by Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1950
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Title: Theory of atomic nucleus and nuclear ...

Publisher: Clarendon Press, Oxford

Publication Date: 1950

Edition: First Edition, Second Issue


FIRST EDITION, second issue (lithographic reprint of 1949 edition). 8 vo. Orig. cloth with dust-jacket. vi, (2), 344 pp. With errata slip. Five plates + text figs. The copy of the American physicist, David R. Inglis (b. 1905), who is referred to in the the text and was at Los Alamos, where the two authors were, from 1943-46. A very good copy. Actually the third edition, with the junior author joining Gamow, of 'Structure of atomic nucleus and nuclear transformations'. Bookseller Inventory # 000487

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