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A unified field theory / by Thomas Kellie
Bib ID 1478782
Format BookBook
Author
Kellie, Thomas
 
Edition 1st ed. 
Description Rosemeadow, N.S.W. : Thomas Kellie, 1999 
99 p. ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 0646379666
Notes

Includes bibliography p. 98-99.

Subjects Unified field theories.
Available From 25 Glendower St, Rosemeadow NSW 2560 

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