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Frank, Charles, Sir.
Oral history interview with Sir Charles Frank, 1981 July 31.
In this interview, Charles Frank discusses his early influences for a career in physics; Oxford University, research on dielectric loss with Willis Jackson (circa 1933); Peter Debye's laboratory in Berlin (1936-1938); Guild's College of Science, Cambridge (circa 1938); Bristol University (1946-1976); research on crystal dislocations, crystal growth, crystallography; review of other important contributors to the field, inclduing Egon Orowan, Michael Polanyi, Andrew Keller, Andrew Lang, A. A. Griffith, Jacques Friedel, Karl Ziegler, Fred Seitz, Frank Read, Jack Mitchell, Bill Dash, J. M. Barker, John Galt, Conyers Herring.
(1911-1998): British theoretical physicist; best known for his work on crystal dislocations and other contributions to solid state physics, geophysics, and the theory of liquid crystals.
Debye, Peter J. W. (Peter Josef William), 1884-1966
Frank, Charles, Sir.
Friedel, J. (Jacques)
Galt, John Kirtland 1920-
Herring, William Conyers, 1914-
Jackson, Willis, Sir, 1904-1970
Keller, Andrew, 1925-1999
Mitchell, Jack.
Orowan, E. (Egon), 1902-1989
Polanyi, Michael, 1891-1976
Read, F. H. (Frank Henry)
Seitz, Frederick, 1911-2008
Ziegler, Karl
University of Bristol
University of Oxford
Crystal growth
Dielectric loss.
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Braun, Ernest, 1925-, interviewer.
Hoch, Paul, interviewer.
American Institute of Physics. Niels Bohr Library & Archives. One Physics Ellipse, College Park, MD 20740, USA