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A familiar introduction to crystallography; including an explanation of the principle and use of the goniometer.

Author: Henry James Brooke
Publisher: London, W. Phillips, 1823.
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Brooke, Henry James, 1771-1857.
Familiar introduction to crystallography.
London, W. Phillips, 1823
(OCoLC)610342279
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Henry James Brooke
OCLC Number: 4418934
Description: xv, [1], 508 p. diagrs. 21 cm.
Responsibility: With an appendix, containing the mathematical relations of crystals; rules for drawing their figures; and an alphabetical arrangement of minerals, their synonymes, and primary forms. Illustrated by nearly 400 engravings on wood. By Henry James Brooke.

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