Very Good. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1919. Hardcover. 233 pp. Very good, no jacket as issued. Small closed tear to upper edge of rear board with a 1 x 1.5" damp stain to lower edge. Spine sunned with light wear to ends. Small, faint damp stain to top edge of text block. Prior owner's personal information on front free endpaper. Text unmarked. Volume II only.
Very Good. No Jacket. Text in English (277 pages). Previous editions 1918 and 1924. I do have Volume I (Fundamental Measurements, Properties of Matter and Optics). Very good condition, tight binding, unmarked pages. No jacket. A collection of 58 experiments with emphasis on precise measurements of specific physical quantities. For instance: Determination of the corrections to be applied to a mercury-in-glass thermometer having an ununiform bore; Velocity of sound in solids by Kundt's method; Determination of the equation of a compound wave-form by Fourier's harmonic analysis; Determination of the energy dissipated in a specimen of iron by hysteresis. Bookshelf S-75. Keywords: Electromagnetism; Engineering; Experimental; Laboratory; Physics; Science; Thermodynamics; Waves.
Good. Good Good Wiley; Hardcover, surplus library copy with library stampings; re fere nce nu mber taped to spine; light shelf wear, fading; otherwise in ver y goo d condi tion with clean text, tight binding;
A handbook of physics measurements
by Ervin S. Ferry, Oscar William Silvey, G. W. Sherman, D. C. Duncan
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