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Author: William Shakespeare
Title: Philosophical magazine
Publisher: London, Taylor & Francis
Subject (keywords, tags): Science; Physics


Book digitized by Google from the library of University of California and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Other slight variations in title
"Europhysics journal" (varies slightly), -1977
Vols. for 1976-77 have no series designation but constitute part of 8th ser
Supplements accompany some numbers
Not scanned per publisher request
Mode of access: Internet
Absorbed: Journal of natural philosophy
Absorbed: Annals of philosophy
Absorbed: Edinburgh journal of science
Split into: Philosophical magazine. A, Physics of condensed matter, defects and mechanical properties, ISSN 0141-8610, and: Philosophical magazine. B, Physics of condensed matter, electronic, optical and magnetic properties, ISSN 0141-8637

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