Very Good in Torn jacket. Dust Jacket is torn and chipped along edges. Name on inside cover. Illustrated with diagrams and tables. Professional book dealer since 1975. All orders are processed promptly and packaged with the utmost care.
Good + in good + jacket. 1955 Hardcover in Good+ condition, with owner name to front and rear paste downs, and some light underlining to less than 25% of the text. Dust jacket is in Good+ condition, showing light shelf wear and light handling soil, and a 1/2 inch diameter sticker removal scar. 269 pp.
Fine- Not Issued With A Dust Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. First published in 1955, this book is the fourth printing from July 1964, 269 pages. "The recollection of the history of the development of chemistry may perhaps remove the magic aspect of the success that the shell model has had in correlating so many experimental facts, and in making some rather precise and definite predications, although only very general and qualitative assumptions about the nuclear forces are used. We therefore trust that it may be worth while to bring together in one monograph much of the scattered work which has been done in recent years, and in which the shell model has hhelped to systematize experimental knowledge and to gain insight into the structure of the nucleus." FINE-HARDCOVER.
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