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Title

The Atomic Theory

Publisher

Clarendon press

Year of publication

Place of publication

Oxford

Language

english

Description

1914 Romanes lecture; scan of work on the atomic theory

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copy held by University of California Libraries, obtained from http://www.archive.org/details/atomictheorythom00thomrich

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