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Naturevolume 140page636 (1937) | Download Citation



THOUGH the development of the electrolytic condenser goes back quite a long time, it is only in recent years—mainly through the demand of the wireless industry—that they have reached their present important position. Mr. Coursey's book is the first one published in English on this subject. It is, in the first place, intended for the prospective user, that is, for designers of apparatus incorporating such condensers.

Electrolytic Condensers:

their Properties, Design and Practical Uses. By Philip R. Coursey. Pp. viii + 172 + 10 plates. (London: Chapman and Hall, Ltd., 1937.) 10s. 6d. net.

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