|Statement||[by] V.V. Batygin and I.N. Toptygin. Translated by S. Chomet. Edited by P.J. Dean.|
|Contributions||Toptygin, I. N. joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QC631 .B3313|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 494 p.|
|Number of Pages||494|
|LC Control Number||64017461|
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