2 edition of outline of the work and organization of the National Physical Laboratory. found in the catalog.
outline of the work and organization of the National Physical Laboratory.
National Physical Laboratory (Great Britain)
1968 in Teddington, Mx .
Written in English
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Get this from a library. Outline of plans for the establishment and operation of the National Laboratory for Invention and Research by the National Institute of Inventors, New York City. [Ernest Gilmore Gardner; National Institute of Inventors.].
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