Report on the correspondence and papers of Sir Frederick Charles Frank, OBE, FRS (b 1911), physicist, deposited in Bristol University Library

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Frank, Charles, Sir -- Archives -- Catalogs., University of Bristol. Library -- Catalogs., Physicists -- Bibliography -- Cata
Statement[compiled by Timothy E. Powell and Peter Harper].
ContributionsHarper, Peter., University of Bristol. Library., Great Britain. Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts., National Cataloguing Unit for the Archives of Contemporary Scientists.
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LC ClassificationsZ6616.F82 P69 1990, QC21.2 P69 1990
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Pagination284 leaves ;
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Open LibraryOL1495366M
LC Control Number93170320

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