Handbooks and Other Sources of Useful Tabular Data
The prime reason for assembling this compendium has been to survey the centers of the world that produce critically evaluated numerical data. However, there exist many other sources of useful tabular property values. These sources range from multi-volume encyclopedic handbooks to books literally of pocket size; and from small collections of critically evaluated data assembled by experts, but with no plans for continuity, to small or large compilations, consisting of values selected directly from the literature with no pretense at evaluation.
The titles listed in this section may fall anywhere among the above categories. No judgments are given as to the quality of data presented in these publications. Year of publication, number of pages, etc. are not given for handbooks revised at frequent intervals. The listing is far from complete. It is hoped that future editions of the Compendium will provide better coverage particularly in languages other than English.
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