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Atomic physics and astrophysics.

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Gordon and Breach , New York
Nuclear physics., Atomic spectroscopy., Nuclear astrophy
StatementEdited by M. Chrétien and E. Lipworth.
ContributionsChrétien, Max, 1924- ed., Lipworth, Edgar, ed.
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LC ClassificationsQC173 .B674 1969
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v.
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Open LibraryOL4466797M
ISBN 10067714900X, 0677149107, 0677149050, 0677149158
LC Control Number79141420

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