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Optical Theories: Based on Lectures Delivered Before the Calcutta University.

by MALLIK, D. N

Condition: Very Good


Cambridge:: Cambridge University Press,. Very Good. 1917. Hardcover. First edition. Moderate shelf wear and aging, previous owner's name on front free endpaper, else very good in blue cloth. No dust jacket. .


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