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The optic and microscopic characters of artificial minerals,

Author: Alexander Newton Winchell
Publisher: Madison, 1927.
Series: University of Wisconsin studies in science, no. 4
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Winchell, Alexander Newton, 1874-1958.
Optic and microscopic characters of artificial minerals.
Madison, 1927
(OCoLC)594128610
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alexander Newton Winchell
OCLC Number: 3691145
Notes: "The following account may accordingly be considered as a supplement to Part II of the author's 'Optical mineralogy'."--Preface.
Description: xv, 215 pages diagrams 23 cm.
Series Title: University of Wisconsin studies in science, no. 4
Other Titles: Artificial minerals.
Responsibility: by Alexander Newton Winchell; with determinative tables for identifying artificial minerals microscopically, chiefly by means of their optic properties.

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