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‎L'ART POUR TOUS ‎

Reference : 68807

(1873)

Librairie et Cætera (ex-librairie des liserons)

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EUR4.50

‎L'ART POUR TOUS ‎

Reference : 68810

(1873)

Librairie et Cætera (ex-librairie des liserons)

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EUR4.50

‎L'ART POUR TOUS ‎

Reference : 68835

(1874)

Librairie et Cætera (ex-librairie des liserons)

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EUR7.20

‎"LEBEDEW, PETER. - CONFIRMING MAXWELL'S HYPOTHESIS OF THE PRESSURE OF LIGHT.‎

Reference : 43631

(1901)

‎Untersuchungen ÃŒber die DruckkrÀfte des Lichtes.‎

‎Leipzig, Ambrosius Barth, 1901. Without wrappers. In: ""Annalen der Physik"", Vierte Folge, Bd. 6, No. 11. (Entire issue offered). Pp. 433-458. Lebedew's paper: pp. 433-458., textillustrations. Clean and fine.‎


‎First printing of Lebedew's importent paper which he presented at an international conference (1899), and in which he described his detection of the pressure of light.""He was interested in the possibility that light might exert pressures. This had been predicted by Maxwell's equations and it was a handy explanation, for instance, for the fact that comet's tails always pointed generally away from the sun whether the comet was approaching the sun or receding. In 1901 (in the paper offered), using very light mirrors in a vacuum, Lebedew was actually able to observe and measure the pressure exerted by light, again confirmning Maxwell's theories, as well as providing a vehicle for Arrhenius' life-spores.""(Asimov).Parkinson ""Breakthroughs"", 1899 C.‎

Herman H. J. Lynge & Son - Copenhagen

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DKK1,850.00 (€248.13 )

‎Le messager d'Irigny - Petite revue paroissiale‎

Reference : 65368

Librairie Le Père Pénard - Lyon

Phone number : 04.78.38.32.46

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‎LES CAHIERS LORRAINS - COLLECTIF - Gabriel STILLER - Th. LOUIS - Henri TRIBOUT DE MOREMBERT - Charles HIEGEL.‎

Reference : 6041

‎LES CAHIERS LORRAINS (Trimestriel - No.1 - Janvier 1976). / Chronique de Thionville; du nouveau sur Thionville au Moyen Age et à la fin du Moyen Age, travaux belges 1973, 1974, 1975 (suite à suivre). - / La grande couronne de la cathédrale de Metz (lustre d'une centaine de cierges suspendu dans la croisée de la cathédrale jusqu'au XVIIIe siècle). - / La conversion d'Elisabeth de Streiff au catholicisme (1661). - / Les vols de statues en Moselle 1975 (liste de 10 statues avec l'indication du lieu de conservation de la statue, brève description de celle-ci et date du vol)... ‎

‎Publiés avec le concours de l'Académie Nationale de Metz - Au siège de la Société d'Histoire et d'Archéologie de la Lorraine, Archives départementales, Metz. - Editions Le Lorrain, Metz 1976. - Fascicule agrafé (15x23,5cm). Couverture imprimée. 32 pages. (Couverture légèrement et partiellement insolée). Bon état. ‎


‎SOMMAIRE / Chronique de Thionville; du nouveau sur Thionville au Moyen Age et à la fin du Moyen Age, travaux belges 1973, 1974, 1975, par Gabriel Stiller (7pp, suite à suivre). - / La grande couronne de la cathédrale de Metz (lustre d'une centaine de cierges suspendu dans la croisée de la cathédrale jusqu'au XVIIIe siècle), par Th. Louis (6pp). - / La conversion d'Elisabeth de Streiff au catholicisme (1661), par Henri Tribout de Morembert (5pp). - / Les vols de statues en Moselle 1975 (liste de 10 statues avec l'indication du lieu de conservation de la statue, brève description de celle-ci et date du vol), par Charles Hiegel (2pp). - / Le décès, en 1773, d'un nègre, maître de danse, par Henri Tribout de Morembert (1 page). - / Activité des Sociétés : Académie Nationale de Metz ; Société d'Histoire et d'Archéologie de la Lorraine (4pp). - / Bibliographie (les livres, les périodiques).‎

Bouquinerie Bastien Chenal

Phone number : 09 53 41 72 06

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‎LES TEMPS MODERNES, Leila SEBBAR, Claude JAQUILLARD, Jean-François SONNAY, Francisco VERGARA, Renée SAUREL, Monica CULBERT, Steve LIGHT‎

Reference : 63024

‎Les Temps Modernes. N° 413, décembre 1980. Contient entre autres : Paris : géographie de l'exil (I), par Leila Sebbar (28 pages). Zurich-graffiti, par Claude Jaquillard, Jean-François Sonnay (32 pages). ‎

‎Paris, Au Siège de la Rédaction, 1980. Contient aussi : Cuba : vingt années de transformations économiques, trois stratégies pour un échec, par Francisco Vergara (33 pages). La Conférence de la Mi-Décennie à Copenhague (II), par renée Saurel (39 pages). Pour Michael Culbert, par Monica Culbert (16 pages). Le bruit de la décomposition : réponse à Susan Sontag, par Steve Light (14 pages). Chroniques : Le Sexisme ordinaire (suite) (13 pages). 1 fascicule in-8, (13,5X21cm), 185 pp., broché. Bon état malgré la couverture légèrement défraichie. ‎


Le Pettit Libraire

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‎LES TEMPS MODERNES, Leila SEBBAR, Claude JAQUILLARD, Jean-François SONNAY, Francisco VERGARA, Renée SAUREL, Monica CULBERT, Steve LIGHT‎

Reference : 66398

‎Les Temps Modernes, N° 413, décembre 1980. Contient entre autres : Paris : géographie de l'exil (I), par Leila Sebbar (27 p.). Zurich-graffiti, par Cl. Jaquillard et J.-F. Sonnay (32 p.). La Conférence de la mi-décennie à Copenhague, par Renée Saurel (39 p.)....‎

‎Paris, Au Siège de la Rédaction, 1980. Contient en outre : Cuba : vingt années de transformations économiques, trois stratégies pour un échec, par Francisco Vergara (33 p.). Pour Michael Culbert, par Monica Culbert (16 p.). Le bruit de la décomposition : réponse à Susan Sontag, par Steve Light (13 p.). Le sexisme ordinaire (23 p.)....... 1 fascicule in-8, broché. Très bon état.‎


Le Pettit Libraire

Phone number : 06 74 51 50 07

EUR14.00

‎Light Colonel Lucius‎

Reference : vm242

(1961)

‎L'opération 'Adam et Eve'‎

‎Debresse Broché 1961 In-12 broché, 142 pp., édition originale, pas de grand papier annoncé, non coupé ; à l'état de neuf. Livraison a domicile (La Poste) ou en Mondial Relay sur simple demande.‎


Abraxas-Libris - Bécherel

Phone number : 33 02 99 66 78 68

EUR21.00

‎LIGHT Donald Jr. et KELLER Suzanne‎

Reference : ROD0022817

(1975)

‎Sociology‎

‎Alfred A. Knopf, New-York. 1975. In-4. Cartonné. Etat d'usage, Coins frottés, Coiffe en tête abîmée, Intérieur bon état. 570 pages. Coiffe en pied abîme. Couverture et dos légèrement passés. TExte en anglais.. . . . Classification Dewey : 973-Etats-Unis‎


‎ Classification Dewey : 973-Etats-Unis‎

Le-livre.fr / Le Village du Livre - Sablons

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EUR19.80

‎LIGHT Jacques‎

Reference : RO80128053

(1934)

‎Arizona‎

‎MAISON DE LA BONNE PRESSE. 1934. In-16. Broché. Bon état, Couv. légèrement passée, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur acceptable. 96 pages. Quelques illustrations en 3 couleurs, hors-texte.. . . . Classification Dewey : 840-Littératures des langues romanes. Littérature française‎


‎Collection Bayard N°140 Classification Dewey : 840-Littératures des langues romanes. Littérature française‎

Le-livre.fr / Le Village du Livre - Sablons

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EUR19.80

‎LIGHT Jacques‎

Reference : 9104

‎Evasion‎

‎ "Le Livre de Poche" (4° série) n° 174 - Editions du Livre National (1930) - In-16 broché de 64 pages - Couverture en couleurs non signée - Très bon état‎


Marché Noir - Librairie Ultime Razzia

Phone number : 06 15 22 89 43

EUR20.00

‎LIGHT JOEY‎

Reference : RO90110857

(2001)

ISBN : 2280141493

‎UN PAPA DE REVE - DADDY FOR HIRE‎

‎COLLECTION HARLEQUIN COLLECTION HORIZON N° 1732. 2001. In-12. Broché. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. 148 pages.. . . . Classification Dewey : 820-Littératures anglaise et anglo-saxonne‎


‎Traduction de F. Jouve. Classification Dewey : 820-Littératures anglaise et anglo-saxonne‎

Le-livre.fr / Le Village du Livre - Sablons

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EUR10.95

‎LIGHT John‎

Reference : RO60000367

(1990)

ISBN : 0859535037

‎Dig that hole!‎

‎Child's Play International Ltd. 1990. In-8. Broché. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. 24 pages. Dessins en couleurs de l'auteur.. . . . Classification Dewey : 420-Langue anglaise. Anglo-saxon‎


‎"Collection ""Light Reading"". Classification Dewey : 420-Langue anglaise. Anglo-saxon"‎

Le-livre.fr / Le Village du Livre - Sablons

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EUR10.95

‎LIGHT, Michael.‎

Reference : 97310

‎Pleine Lune. Avec un texte d’Andrew Chaikin.‎

‎ Paris, Editions de La Martinière 1999, 295x295mm, reliure d'éditeur sous jaquette. Bel exemplaire. ‎


‎ photos couleurs et n/b, ‎

Bouquinerie du Varis - Russy

Phone number : 41 26 323 23 43

CHF20.00 (€18.87 )

‎LIGHT ORCHESTRA‎

Reference : R130000781

(1974)

‎DISQUE VINYLE 33T ELDORADO / SYMPHONY / MISTER KINGDOM / NOBODY' S CHILD / BOY BLUE....‎

‎FET RECORDS. 1974. In-12. Broché. Bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. Accrocs sur la pochette et sur la tranche de la pochette d'environ 7 cm.. . . . Classification : 410-33 Tours‎


‎ Classification : 410-33 Tours‎

Le-livre.fr / Le Village du Livre - Sablons

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EUR7.00

‎Light, W.J.‎

Reference : IA16461

(1969)

‎Collection of 6 papers on Polychaetes.‎

‎1969-1977 Mostly on Polychaetes from California (one paper on Solomon Islands).‎


Hermann L. Strack - Loguivy Plougras

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EUR20.00

‎LORENTZ, Hendrik Antoon (1853-1928).‎

Reference : 1921

(1910)

‎Sichtbare und Unsichtbare Bewegungen. Vortge auf Einladung des Vorstandes des Departement Leiden der Maatschappij tot Nut van 't Algemeen im Februar und Mrz 1901. Unter Mitwirkung des Verfassers aus dem Hollndischen bersetzt von G. Siebert. Zweite, vom Verfasser redivierte Auflage.‎

‎Braunschweig, 1910 Vieweg, 1910 1910. [x], 123 pp. 8vo (15 x 23 cm.). Original printed wrappers (slightly damaged), uncut. With 40 figures.‎


‎ "Visible and Invisible movements". A clear and fine paper of one of the founders of modern physics. This second revised edition is much scarcer than the original of 1901. Lorentz, venerated by Einstein, shared the Nobel Prize in Physics with Pieter Zeeman in 1902. -- (Some occasional foxing).‎

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‎"LORENZ, L. (LUDVIG VALENTIN). - ESTABLISHING THE ELECTRO-MAGNETIC THEORY OF LIGHT.‎

Reference : 53255

(1867)

‎Om Identiteten af Lyssvingninger og elektriske StrÞmme. Meddelt den 25. Jan. 1866. (On the Identity of light- vibrations and electrical Currents - Ueber die IdentitÀt der Schwingungen des Lichts mit den elektrischen StrÃmen - Sur l'identità des vibrat...‎

‎KjÃbenhavn, Bianco Luno, 1867. Contemp. hcalf. Gilt spine with gilt lettering. In: ""Oversigt over det Kongelige danske Videnskabernes Selskabs Forhandlinger... i Aaret 1867"". X,273,49,(3) pp., textillustrations and plates. (Entire volume offered). Lorenz's paper: pp. 26-45 and pp. 9-16 (Resumà en Francais). Clean and fine.‎


‎Scarce first edition of Lorenz' landmark paper, which contains his important studies on the electromagnetic theory of light in which he - less than two years after, but independently of, Maxwell - found that LIGHT MIGHT BE INTERPRETED AS ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES, and that his equations lead to the CORRECT VALUE FOR THE VELOCITY OF LIGHT. ""The procedure which Lorenz followed was that of which Riemann had suggested in 1858, namely, to modify the accepted formula of electrodynamics by introducing terms which, though too small to be appreciable in ordinary laboratory experiments, would be capable of accounting for the propagation of electrical effects through space with a finite velocity...The (Lorenz-) equations are, however, the fundamental equations of Maxwell's theory"" and therefore the theory of L. Lorenz is practically equivalent to that of Maxwell, so far as concerns the propagation of electromagnetic disturbances through free aether.....he suggested that ALL LUMINOUS VIBRATIONS MIGHT BE CONSTITUTED BY ELECTRIC CURRENTS, and hence that there was 'no longer any reason for maintaining the hypothesis of an aether, since we can admit that space contains sufficient ponderable matter to enable the disturbance to be propagated"" (Edmund Whittaker in ""A History of the Theories of Aether and Electricity I"", p. 267-70).‎

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‎"LORENZ, L. (LUDWIG VALENTIN) - LIGHT IS IDENTICAL WITH ELECTROMECANICAL WAVES.‎

Reference : 55371

(1867)

‎Om Identiteten af Lyssvingninger og elektriske StÞmme. (On the Identity of the Vibrations of Light with electrical Currents).‎

‎(KÞbenhavn, 1867). Contemp. marbled clothbacked boards. Titlelabel with gilt lettering on upper cover. Pp. 26-45. Extracted from ""Oversigt over det Kgl. danskeVidenskabernes Selskabs Forhandlinger 1867, Nr. 1"".‎


‎Extremely scarce first edition of the paper in which Lorenz, independent of Maxwell, stated that light is electromechanical in nature, probably inspired by his former teacher H. C. Oersted, the discoverer of electromagnetism and professor at the Polytechnic College, he aimed at unifying the forces of nature without introducing new physical hypotheses. ""The idea that the various forces in nature are merely different manifestations of the one and same force has proved itself more fertile than all physical theories"".Most impressive of all Lorenzâ achievements in optics is his electromagnetic theory of light, developed in a relatively unknown paper of 1867, two years after Maxwellâs famous paper on the same subject. At that time Lorenz did not know Maxwellâs theory, and his own approach was quite different. Lorenzâ electromagnetic theory of light can be described briefly as an interpretation of the light vector as the current density vector in a medium obeying Ohmâs law. This paper contains the fundamental equations for the vector potential and the scalar potential or - for the first time - the corresponding retarded potentials expressed in terms of the current density vector and the electrical charge density. The concept of retarded potentials had already been introduced in an earlier paper by Lorenz in connection with research on the theory of elasticity. He found that the differential equation for the current density vector was the same as his fundamental wave equation for the light vector, completed with a term which explains the absorption of light in conducting media, and that his theory led to the correct value for the velocity of light."" (Mogens Pihl in DSB).The paper was published in English, 1867 ""On the identity of the vibrations of light with electrical currents."" (Philosophical Magazine 34: 287-301) and also in German in ""Annalen der Physik""‎

Herman H. J. Lynge & Son - Copenhagen

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DKK6,500.00 (€871.79 )

‎LUMINAIRE par Guillaume JANNEAU.‎

Reference : AUB-4156

(1934)

‎Le luminaire de l'antiquité au XIXe siècle. 105 illustrations (héliogravures et figures).‎

‎Paris, R. Ducher 1934. Bel exemplaire broché, couverture ornée d'éd., gd in-8, 64 pages.‎


Librairie de recherches du Château - Neuchâtel
CHF30.00 (€28.30 )

‎MAHOT (Bernard) ‎

Reference : 52622

(2012)

ISBN : 2905990198

‎Les Lanternes, phares et fanaux‎

‎Doyen éditeur 2012 In-8. Reliure cartonnée, 266 pp., nombreuses illustration en noir et en couleurs. Exemplaire en très bon état.‎


‎Toutes les lanternes, phares et fanaux créés avant tout pour répondre à la nécessité puis à l’obligation de signaler les véhicules routiers, ferroviaires ou navals. Très bon état d’occasion ‎

Librairie de l'Avenue - Saint-Ouen

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EUR27.00

‎"MAJORANA, Q. - PROVING THAT THE SPEED OF LIGHT IS INDEPENDENT OF ITS SOURCE.‎

Reference : 48169

(1917)

‎DÃmonstration experimentale de la constance de vitesse de la lumiÃre rÃflÃchie par un miroir en mouvement.‎

‎(Paris, Gauthier-Villars), 1917. 4to. No wrappers. In: ""Comptes Rendus hebdomadaires des SÃances de L'Academie des Sciences"", tome 165, No 14. Pp. (417-) 448. (Entire issue offered). Majorana's paper: pp. 424-428. A stamp in upper right corner of the first page.‎


‎First apperance of Majorana's paper which was the first experimentally to prove the speed of light as set forth by Einstein in his special relativity theory. Majorana was critical to Einstein's relativity, and he therefore tried to prove experimentally that the postulate of the speed of light was wrong. His experiments turned out otherwise, and he hereby proved Einstein's postulate that the speed of light was independent of the velocxity of its source.‎

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‎"MALEBRANCHE, NICOLAS. - HIS THEORY OF MATTER AND LIGHT.‎

Reference : 44747

(1702)

‎Reflexions sur la Lumiere et les Couleurs, et la generation du feu.‎

‎(Paris, Jean Boudot, 1702). 4to. Without wrappers. Extracted from ""MÃmoires de l'Academie des Sciences. AnnÃe 1699"". Pp. 22-36.‎


‎First appearance of Malebranche's importent paper in which he elucidates and expounds his model of matter. He ""utilized this model to study luminous phenomena and to provide an account of universal gravitation, of planetary motion, and of gravity. This model, considered in itself as the seat of action in the universe, inspired his idea that light consists of vibration in a medium under pressure.""(DSB).""Malebrancheâs subtle matter is a unique primary substance that, forced to move at high speed in a closed universe, is obliged to whirl in vortices the dimensions of which can decrease without limit, a property predicated on the supposition that no vacuum can exist. The formula for centrifugal force then requires that these small vortices, which are actually the universal material of all physical entities, be not only perfectly elastic but capable, as well, of releasing a ""fearful"" force upon breaking up. A theoretical model of this sort is not a trivial invention.The memoir alluded to above (the paper offered here) won him membership in the AcadÃmie des Sciences at the time of its reorganization in 1699. Henceforth, Malebranche actively participated in scientific life, while gathering the material he was to incorporate in the sixth edition of the Recherche (1712), in which he made the necessary revisions, corrections, and additions in those sections devoted to all the topics in which he thought science bore on his philosophy.""(DSB).‎

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‎"MARALDI, (GIOVANNI DOMENICO). - THE VELOCITY OF LIGHT.‎

Reference : 46058

(1708)

‎Considerations sur la seconde inÃgalità du mouvement des Satellites de Jupiter, & sur l'hypothese du mouvement successif de la lumiere.‎

‎(Paris, Jean Boudot, 1708). 4to. Without wrappers. Extracted from ""MÃmoires de l'Academie des Sciences"". AnnÃe 1707. Pp. 25-32. A small tear to inner margins.‎


‎First printing of one of Maraldi's more theoretical memoirs in which he defended the point of view of Cassini I, opposing the hypothesis of the finite velocity of light, conceived by Ole RÃmer to account for certain irregularities in the movement of Jupiterâs satellites.‎

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