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Written in English


  • Particles (Nuclear physics),
  • Quantum field theory.

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Statementedited by D. V. Skobelʹtsyn ; translated from Russian by Julian B. Barbour.
SeriesProceedings (Trudy) of the P. N. Lebedev Physics Institute ; v. 57, Trudy Fizicheskogo instituta., v. 57.
ContributionsSkobelʹt͡s︡yn, D. V. 1892- ed.
LC ClassificationsQC1 .A4114 vol. 57, QC793.28 .A4114 vol. 57
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 258 p. :
Number of Pages258
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5435716M
ISBN 100306108992
LC Control Number73083900

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