Group Theory in Physics: Problems and Solutions. Michael Aivazis
ISBN: 9810204868,9789810204860 | 58 pages | 2 Mb
Group Theory in Physics: Problems and Solutions Michael Aivazis
Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company
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