By William Henry Bragg
This publication is based on a process lectures which used to be given on the collage collage, Aberystwyth, within the autumn of 1926. The lectures have been meant for a basic viewers ; and consisted, as a result, of a chain of straightforward illustrations of the most good points of crvstal research. it should now not were attainable to do extra in the limits imposed by means of time and the situations. The therapy during this booklet is a bit of fuller and extra diverse than that of the lectures.
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An introduction to crystal analysis by William Henry Bragg