1916 Les Theories Statistiques en Thermodynamique
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A fascinating collection of the lectures given by Nobel Prize-winning Dutch physicist Henrik Lorentz on the statistical theories of thermodynamics. These lectures were given at the College de France in November 1912, and were compiled and edited by Louis Dunoyer de Segonzac.
This copy has been rebound in green buckram, with the original paper wrap covers bound in at the rear.
This copy was previously housed at the University of Reading Library, and the usual library stamps can be found throughout (see condition report for more detail). Library bookplate to the front pastedown.
Rebound in full green buckram binding. Externally, smart, with slight fading to the extremities. Fading to the spine, and bumping to the extremities. Ink writing to the tail of the spine. Cloth is slightly split to the tail of the front joint. Library bookplate to the front pastedown. Sticker adhesive to the front pastedown and front free-endpaper. Library stamps to the front pastedown and the copyright page. Internally, firmly bound. Title page is slight age-toned, but otherwise pages bright and clean.
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