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Does anyone have the old ILPAC books?

Discussion in 'Science' started by Nodoid, Feb 2, 2010.

  1. Hi,
    I'm trying to source a copy of the old ILPAC chemistry
    books (teaching, student and practical ones). If you have a set you
    don't use, would you mind donating them this way. I'll happily pay for
    the postage etc and a few quid extra for a pub meal etc...
    Please let me know if you have them.
    Paul
     
  2. hi mate
    have you searched amazon, there are some on there
     
  3. Hi,
    That was the first port of call, problem is I'm looking for the complete set rather than one off books.
     

  4. Your local county library may have them.

     
  5. Hi,
    Not holding out much hope - they are pretty old and libraries around here only typically keep texts for 10 years.
     
  6. Yes, I have a complete set of 19. They're all in excellent condition but red colour has faded on the spine of P1-6, the Phys Chem set. As a retired teacher now I was hoping to sell them as they are still absolutely brilliant to use, especially with the worked examples.
    They're very heavy. Are you anywhere near Oxford?
    Colin
     
  7. Hi was wondering if you still have these books available?

    Regards
    Fizz
     
  8. rperez

    rperez New commenter

    They are all available (first edition) as pdf files through the National STEM Centre website.
    Rakel
     

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