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Cambridge, London, New York, New Rochelle, ..: Cambridge University Press, 1984. Second Edition. Boards. Near Fine/Near Fine. Second Edition. xii, 207 pages. First printing of the second edition. Publisher's black boards and printed dj. Dj and book bright and clean with minor rubbing to the dj. Boards. "It is the purpose of this book to synthesize and explain the current theories of electron transfer between biological moledcules in language which is easily understandable by mathematically minded biologists and by physicists and chemists interested in biological systems. Most cases involve the quantum-mechanical phenomenon in which a particle (an electron or an entire atom) penetrates a potential-energy barrier. This behavior has become known as 'tunnelling'..." (front dj flap).

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  • Edition: First Separate Edition
  • Book condition: Good
  • Quantity available: 1
New York: Bell Telephone Laboratories, 1939. First Separate Edition. Stapled Wraps. Good. First Separate Edition. 79 pages, 35 figs. 8vo. Original blue printed paper wrappers, 3 hole punched at spine as issued. Bell Telephone System Technical Publications, Mathematical Physics, Monograph B-1184. Originally printed in The Bell System Technical Journal, Vol. XVIII, October 1939, pp. 645-723, this is the first separate edition. First printing state with high gloss paper for illustration on page 3 (later issues were non-glossy matching the rest of the paper in the issue). Minor soiling to wrappers and browning to the edges. Previous owners name (W. A. Andrews) inked on cover (and occasional pencilled notes internally). Stapled Wraps. The first in a proposed series of three papers dealing with the quantum physics of solids. "Quantum mechanical concepts for isolated atoms are applied to inter-acting atoms leading to methods of calculating energies and forces binding atoms together in crystals." ... Read more

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Boston, Basel, Stuttgart: Birkhauser, 1985. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine. First Edition. BOTH Volumes. Minor wear and a few shallow scratches to djs. Volume 2 removed from shrinkwrap to check condition. Volume 1 contains 20 years of papers representing developments in the field over the years. Volume 2 represents major breakthrough papers and is intended as a strong reference volume. The authors are major contributors and some might say the founders of Constructive Quantum Field Theory. Complete title: Quantum Field Theory and Statistical Mechanics Expositions Constructive quantum Field Theory Selected Papers (2 Volumes). Hard Cover.

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Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1984. Second Edition. Boards. Near Fine/Very Good. Second Edition. xii, 207 pages. 8vo. Publisher's black boards with blue/green printed dj. Minor discoloration to the dj. Previous owner's name on front flyleaf. Otherwise bright and clean. Boards. The first printing of the Second edition. The first edition was published in 1980. "It is the purpose of this book to synthesize and explain the current theories of electron transfer between biological moledcules in language which is easily understandable by mathematically minded biologists and by physicists and chemists interested in biological systems. Most cases involve the quantum-mechanical phenomenon in which a particle (an electron or an entire atom) penetrates a potential-energy barrier. This behavior has become known as 'tunnelling'..." (front dj flap).

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  • Edition: First Edition
  • Book condition: Good
  • Quantity available: 1
London: Printed for and Sold by G. B. Pim, 124, Bishopsgate Street, Without, 1842. First Edition. Wraps. Good. First Edition. 16 pages plus printed yellow wrappers. 2 5/8 x 4 1/8 inches. Overall wear to the wrappers, clean internally. String tied. Front wrapper is an illustration of a 32-point compass rose. Rear wrapper is "Pence Table in Verse" Wraps. The front wrapper adds "A New edition, for the Use of Schools." OCLC shows no copies, nor do we find any online at the moment. The back wrapper another chapbook "The History of Little Red Riding Hood..." also by Pim notes he is a printer, stationer, bookseller and publisher. And "The trade and hawkers supplied". The British Book Trade Index shows Pim in business from 1834-1842. An interesting chapbook focused primarily on commerce, with a 32-point compass rose (used in navigation, often on compasses hence the name). It starts with basic arithmetic, includes a chart of Roman Figures, addition, subtraction, and ... Read more

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  • Edition: First Edition
  • Book condition: Good
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Paris: Bachelier, 1838. First Edition. Pamphlet. Good. First Edition. 15 pages. Original printed blue wrappers, Uncut, unopened copy. Apparently inscribed by author on the front wrapper. Chips and soiling to the covers. Text in French, loosely translated as "Constitutional question of the distribution of the tax determined Geometrically." Scarce, with only one copy in OCLC/Worldcat as of this listing. Pamphlet.

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Quo Vadis : A Narrative of the Time of Nero

Sienkiewicz, Henryk ; Curtin, Jeremiah (translator)

  • Edition: Later printing
  • Book condition: Near Fine
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New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1951. Later printing. Boards. Near Fine/Very Good. Later printing. [8], 422 pages. 8vo. Paper boards. Illustrated dj. This copy has two dust jackets, and more importantly two "belly bands" which are advertisements for the MGM film production, starting Robert Taylor and Deborah Kerr. There is minor wear to the extremities of the dust jackets, and a small chip to the outer belly band lower edge. We love production extras, when they put two dust jackets and two belly bands on the same book! Minor rubbing to the band, mostly to the rear panel. The band has three scenes from the movie on it (one front, one rear, one small it on the spine portion). Boards. On the belly band, it notes that Quo Vadis has already sold 1,500,000 copies, and is now a Six and a half million dollar MGM Motion picture. Originally printed by Little, Brown and Co.

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