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The Experimental Life of Maurice Françon

Shamlal Mallick and Jean-Michel Jonathan

After completing his Ph.D. thesis on spherical aberration, Maurice Françon devoted the energy and enthusiasm that characterized his life (see page 13) to the subject of phase contrast microscopy, a hotly pursued subject of research in European optical laboratories during the late 1940s.

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The Experimental Life of Maurice Françon

Shamlal Mallick and Jean-Michel Jonathan

After completing his Ph.D. thesis on spherical aberration, Maurice Françon devoted the energy and enthusiasm that characterized his life (see page 13) to the subject of phase contrast microscopy, a hotly pursued subject of research in European optical laboratories during the late 1940s.

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Publish Date: 01 August 1997


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