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2 edition of **Applications of the absolute differential calculus to the theory of elasticity.** found in the catalog.

Applications of the absolute differential calculus to the theory of elasticity.

J. L. Synge

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Published
**1930**
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Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Extracted from the Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society, ser. 2, vol. 24, pt. 2.

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Pagination | [6 p.] |

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Open Library | OL16651480M |

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