Water, a Comprehensive Treatise: The physics and physical chemistry of water, Volumes 1-7
Plenum Press, 1972 - Water - 596 pages
V.1 The physics and physical chemistry of water "aims ... to review the physical and theoretical techniques which have been and are being applied to a study of the intermolecular nature of water; to discuss critically the type of information obtainable by these techniques ... and to present reliable physical data pertaining to water under a range of conditions."--Pref. Indexed.
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Contents of Earlier Volumes
Survey of the Gross Properties of H2Oas
A Random Network Model of Liquid Water and H2Oas
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