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Berkeley physics course 1. Mechanics ebook

Berkeley physics course 1. Mechanics ebook

Berkeley physics course 1. Mechanics by A. Carl Helmholz, Burton J. Moyer, Charles Kittel, Malvin A. Ruderman, Walter D. Knight

Berkeley physics course 1. Mechanics



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Berkeley physics course 1. Mechanics A. Carl Helmholz, Burton J. Moyer, Charles Kittel, Malvin A. Ruderman, Walter D. Knight ebook
Format: djvu
Page: 451
ISBN: 0070048800, 9780070048805
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Book Company


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