1904 Heat A Mode of Motion
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Folding Plates, Illustrated, Leather Binding, Signed Binding
Twelfth impression (17th Thousand). With a binders stamp to the reverse of the front endpaper, to the head. A series of 17 scientific lectures written by John Tyndall. Tyndall was a important physicist of the the 19th century, who made great contributions the field of infrared radiation and was made an honorary professor of Natural Philosophy in The Royal Institute of Great Britain. Illustrated with a folding plate to the frontispiece, and numerous in-text illustrations throughout. In this particular work John Tyndall explore the properties of heat as a mode of motion, and its role is scientific experimentation.
In a full red calf Bickers and Son binding. Externally very smart, with light shelfwear to the extremities. Light fading to the spine. Binders stamp to the reverse of the front endpaper. Internally firmly bound. Pages are bright and clean.
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