**Book Title:** Theoretical Physics (Dover Books on Physics)

**Publisher:** Dover Publications

**ISBN:** 0486652270

**Author:** Georg Joos

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**Book Title:** Theoretical Physics (Dover Books on Physics)

**Publisher:** Dover Publications

**ISBN:** 0486652270

**Author:** Georg Joos

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