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|Title:||Dr. Raman as we knew him at Calcutta|
|Citation:||Unifier, 1970, Vol.1, No.12|
|Abstract:||By remembering Sir C.V.Raman, author said that" Scientists in particular, have been known for their absent mindedness and eccentricity and the more they are famous, the more has been their propensity to peculiarity of behavior or attitude. The late Dr. C.V.Raman was no exception, though the intense humanity in him overshadowed what would otherwise have been a subject for amusement or reality…."|
|Appears in Collections:||Biographical Sketches and Other Articles on Raman|
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