Methods of Experimental Physics, Volume 6: Solid State Physics, Parts A and B (two-volume set)
Place Published: New York and London
Publisher: Academic Press
Date Published: 1959
Condition: Near fine
Book Id: 48457
Part A: 466pp.; Part B: 416pp. Octavo [23.5 cm] in gilt-stamped burgundy cloth. Boards are crisp and unworn; each volume has a stamp from the Dow Chemical Library on rear free endpaper, else interiors are clean and tight, with no additional library markings.
From the foreword: "Part of our aim [in presenting this series] was . . . to organize a series in such a manner that they should provide not only the advanced research worker but also the graduate student and the teacher with a good means for carrying out his experimental research or for starting him on a new task when he is already familiar with basic principles. Also, we believe, the title of this series should really mean what it says, in the sense that the method is far more importaint than gadgetry."