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Turning Points in American Electrical History epub

by James E. Brittain


Turning Points in American Electrical History epub

ISBN: 0471025682

ISBN13: 978-0471025689

Author: James E. Brittain

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Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc (December 31, 1977)

Pages: 399 pages

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The 64 papers appearing in this book tell of the key developments, usually in the words of the person who made the contribution, that proved to be turning points in the progression of electrical science and technology from colonial days to the present," 399 pages, well-illustrated throughout.