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Very Good + Shelf 1113 Clean and tight; paper lightly browned; light foxing to end papers and edge of paper; gilt to spine strip; name on FFEP; Not a book club (BC)copy. Not ex library, not a remainder.
Good. Second revised and enlarged edition. Cover lightly rubbed/soiled, rear board top edge lightly bumped, corners bumped/rubbed, spine lightly age-toned, spine ends bumped/rubbed; edges lightly soiled/very lightly foxed; endpapers very lightly foxed, ffep and front pastedown have small blacked-out prior owner inscriptions, ffep has light erasures; pages very faintly age-toned, ~10 pages have neat underlining in red ink; binding tight; cover, edges, and interior intact and clean except as noted.
VERY GOOD PLUS / VERY GOOD PLUS. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION. Volume 5 of Course of Theoretical Physics. "Devoted to an exposition of statistical physics and thermodynamics, " stating the general principles as clearly as possible, and specific applications as fully as possible. Chapters include: The Gibbs, and Fremi and Bose Distributions, The Perfect Gas, Condensed Bodies, Real Gases, Phase Equilibrium, Solutions, Chemical Reactions, Properties of matter at high temperatures and densities, Fluctuations, Symmetry of Macroscpoic Bodies, Second Order Phase Transitions, and Surfaces. 484 pp. Book is slightly shaken, has previous owner's name red markered over to top edge, corners and endcaps very lightly bumped, DJ has some tiny chips, tiny closed tears and creasing to edges, surfaces are lightly scuffed and spine has some tape on it. Book has gilt lettering to spine, is bright and clean.
Good No DJ. Spine sunned. Shelf wear to cover edges. Previous owner name written on front free page. Name is Hideya Gamo, Ph.D., (1924-2006), professor emeritus of electrical engineering and computer science, UC Irvine. Dr. Gamo's research interests focused on work with quantum electronics and optics, with emphasis in nonlinear optical processes in organic ferroelectric thin films, squeezed states in degenerated parametric amplifiers and applications to interferometry, electron waves in heterojunctions, an.
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