Handbuch der Physik

@article{PauliHandbuchDP,
  title={Handbuch der Physik},
  author={Wolfgang Pauli and Gunnar K{\"a}ll{\'e}n},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={70},
  pages={295-296}
}
EVERY student of physics will share the satisfaction of the editor of this treatise that a second edition was called for so soon; for he has found it to be an indispensable storehouse of expert knowledge in all branches of the subject, and the need for another edition enables it to be brought once more abreast of the rapidly advancing tide of knowledge.Handbuch der Physik.By Dr. A. Winkelmann. Second Edition. First part of vol. iv., Electricity and Magnetism. 140 figures. Price 12 marks. First… 
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