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Die Partiellen Differential-Gleichungen der Mathematischen Physik Nach Riemann's Vorlesungen in 4. Aufl. Neu Bearb

By Weber, Heinrich Martin

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Title: Die Partiellen Differential-Gleichungen der Mathematischen Physik Nach Riemann's Vorlesungen in 4. Aufl. Neu Bearb  
Author: Weber, Heinrich Martin
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Language: German
Subject: Mathematical physics, Differential equations, Electricity
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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1900
Publisher: F. Vieweg und Sohn

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Martin, 1842-191, W. H., & Friedrich Bernhard, 1826-1866, R. G. (1900). Die Partiellen Differential-Gleichungen der Mathematischen Physik Nach Riemann's Vorlesungen in 4. Aufl. Neu Bearb. Retrieved from http://nationalpubliclibrary.com/


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Heat; Elasticity; Hydrodynamics. ; Book digitized by Google.; Not a new edition of Riemann Lectures but rather an entirely new book by Weber, with the same purposes in view.

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