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I can't find an online contents page for the book Exoplanets, edited by Sara Seager, University of Arizona Press, 2011.

Can you point to such a page, or say what the contents page says?

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Not sure that the contents of that exact book are archived online in the format presented on those pages.

However, may I suggest: This is an excellent source for all sorts of exoplanet information. They also have a listing of other books.

If you are really interested in the book itself, then the University of Arizona does offer it online. (Although, I must admit I am a little puzzled by the description of "cloth" for the book.)

I hope that helps.

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