Graduate studies at Western
New York,Wiley (1974)
|Abstract||This book tells how a series of very remarkable men tried to get a better understanding of the world. These men are Michael Faraday and those he influenced: ...|
|Keywords||Field theory (Physics Quantum theory Physics Philosophy|
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|Call number||QC173.7.B47 1974|
|ISBN(s)||0470070293 0710076266 9780710076267|
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