Title: A Scientific Sampler
Publisher: D. Van Nostrand Co., Princton, NJ
Publication Date: 1956
Book Condition: very good
Dust Jacket Condition: Very good
Signed: Inscribed by author
Edition: First edition..
Book Type: book
For something like 30 years the industrial research firm of Arthur U. Little, Inc., has been turning out a bright, readable, and informative monthly bulletin, which it sends out to clients and other interested parties. The Industrial Bulletin is chiefly devoted to new scientific developments, but is just as likely to contain articles on anything from pumps to molasses. This collection of almost 200 articles from the Bulletin provides a grab bag of miscellaneous scientific information for the edification of businessmen, laymen, scientists and engineers-and shows why the Billletin has been such a well-read publication for all these years., In very good condition, with one closed tear and minor foxing to the price-clipped jacket. Inscribed by the author. Size: 6.5" x 9" 0.0. Bookseller Inventory # 267716
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