1911 The Mathematical Theory of Electricity and Magnetism
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Early Edition, Publishers' Original Binding, Uncommon
A comprehensive and fascinating early twentieth-century work on the mathematics of electricity and magnetism.
Written by early twentieth-century British physicist James Jeans, who is well-known in the fields of physics, quantum theory, radiaton and stellar evolution. This work, along with his other works The Dynamical Theory of Gases (1904) and Theoretical Mechanics (1906) established Jeans as a main contributor to these fields.
This is the second edition of this work.
An uncommon work.
In the publisher's original cloth binding. Externally, some fading to the spine and extremities. Bumping to the head and tail of the spine and extremities, and general shelf wear to the boards. Internally, hinges are starting but firm. Top right corner of the front free-endpaper has been clipped. Volume is firmly bound. Scattered spots to the first and last few pages, but otherwise pages are bright and clean.
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