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2 A g la di ou s F. L. 462 E l ec tr on ic D ev el op me nt A i ng er A.W.S. 371 C. A. M. A l ex an de r 236 A d mi ni st ra ti on R. H. (M rs ) A n dr ew s P. V. 326 O p ti ca l Tr an sm is si on A p ps R.W.P. 393 A d mi ni st ra ti on A u jl a P. 256 P l an t an d Pr oc es s En g. A y re s M. (M rs ) 210 L i br ar y B B a bb er R. C. 117 C o mp ut er A id ed M fr. B a ng ay A. J 244 I n or ga ni c Ma te ri al s B a nk s V. A. A. 272 P h ys ic s Bar 226 B a rk er P. 256 P l an t an d Pr oc es s En g. B a se me nt E. C o rr id or ) 271 B a ue r P l an t & Pr oc es s En g. B a xt er M M is s 233 A d mi ni st ra ti on B e nj am in R K 319 S i te S er vi ce s B e nn el li ck T. 211 S i te S er vi ce s B e re sf or d D. M / 31 3 O p ti ca l Tr an sm is si on B e rr y K. D. 311 P o ly me r Ma te ri al s B h ad es hi a J 117 C o mp ut er A id ed M fr. B h at ta ch ar ya S. 122 C o mp ut er Ai de d Mf r. ( D R) B i sh op p S. 121 P o ly me r Ma t e ri al s B l ac k R M. (D r. ) 210 L i br ar y B l yt he A R (D r) 378 R a di at io n B o ar dr oo m 398 B o il er H ou se 361 B o ot h C. S. 357 M a th em at ic s B o ot h K. C. 168 E l ec tr on ic D ev el op me nt B o ot hr oy d S. A. ( Dr ) 228 O p ti ca l Tr an sm is si on B o re r A. M. 332 P o ly me r Ma te ri al s B o uc he r W. 251 G e ne ra l Of fi ce B r ac km an D.S. (D r. ) 371 P o ly me r Ma te ri al s B r ig de n G. A. 215 S i te S er vi ce s B r ow n R.E. 356 I n or ga ni c Ma te ri al s B u ch an an A.E. (M s) 315 A d mi ni st ra ti on B u rg es s A.L. (M s) 270 E l ec tr on ic D ev el op me nt B u rn s T 293 O p ti ca l Tr an sm is si on C C a mp be l1 D. 360 S i te S er vi ce s C a rr ol l C. R. E. 325 P l an t & Pr oc es s En g. C a rt er T.J. 381 A n al yt ic al S er vi ce s C a te ri ng O ff ic e 217 K i tc he n (C an te en ) C a ve C.R. 388 P o ly me r Pr oc es se s C h ap ma n C. J. 237 A c co un ts C h au dh ar i D. B. 191 C o mp ut er A id ed M fr. C h il ds J. B. 313 P l an t & Pr oc es s En g. C h ou da ha ry M.N. 291 O p ti ca l Tr an sm is si on

3 C l ar k J.W. (M rs ) 211 S i te S er vi ce s C l ar ke J.C. 189 C o mp ut er A id ed M fr. C l eg g P. L. 276 A n al yt ic al S er vi ce s C o le A 213 I n or ga ni c Ma te ri al s C o le ma n C. R. 315 P o ly me r Ma te ri al s C o ly er N. 315 P o ly me r Ma te ri al s C o mp ut er R oo m 227 C o mp ut er R oo m C o nd it io ni ng R oo m 254 ( P ol ym er s) C o nd uc to r 322 D y na mi cs La b. C o nf er en ce R oo m t h Fl oo r (A) C o nf er en ce R oo m (B) t h Fl oo r C o ri sh P. J. 395 P o ly me r Ma te ri al s C o rn e R.W P o ly me r Ma te ri al s C r ut ch M. G. 211 T e ch ni ca l Ma rk et in g D D a rk ro om 257 P h ot og ra ph ic D a vi s P 349/ 36 1 S i te S er vi ce s D a wk in s D.W. 298 S i te S er vi ce s D e H ol la in G.J.P. 111 R a di at io n ( D r) D e nn is M.R. 280 A n al yt ic al S er vi ce s D e vl in P. 396 O p ti ca l Tr an sm is si on D h ar P. K. ( Dr.) 164 E l ec tr on ic D ev el op me nt D i sc ha rg e Te st B ay 316 D i xo n S. (M is s) 296 A d mi ni st ra ti on D o ch er ty A.G. 223 C o mp an y Se cr et ar y D o no va n P. T. 391 A c co un ts D o ra n A. M. (M is s) 119 C o mp ut er A id ed M fr. D o wl in g K. M. 117 C o mp ut er A id ed M fr. D u ff y P. J. 131 P o ly me r Pr oc es se s D u tt a R Mr s 259 A d mi ni st ra ti on E E a rl M. R. 360 S i te S er vi ce s E d mo nd s R. 319 P h ys ic s E l de r K.R.M. 337 P o ly me r Ma te ri al s ( D r. ) E m er ge nc y 2 2 2/ 26 7 E n da co tt J.D. 393 C o ns ul ta nt E n ge rt D 451 C o mp ut er Ai de d Mf r. E s th er by M.C. 256 P l an t an d P ro ce ss E ng. E v an s D (M is s/ Dr ) 296 P h ys ic s E x tr ud er H al l 380 P o ly me rs E y re s A. 415 P l an t an d P ro ce ss E ng F F a ir ey N.R. 218 P l an t & P ro ce ss E ng. F a rm er A. R. 258 D i re ct or ( D r. ) F e nn em or e I.L. 418 P l an t & P ro ce ss E ng.

4 F e rr ie r Y. M. 212 A n al yt ic al S er vi ce s F i nd le y M 448 C o mp ut er A id ed M fr. F i rs t Ai d Ro om 376 F i tz pa tr ic k M C 349 S i te S er vi ce s F o rd ha m I. 337 P o ly me r Ma te ri al s F o x M. ( Dr.) 275 O p ti ca l Tr an sm is si on F r am e Ro om 2 8 2/ 35 0 F r an kl in M.J. 289 M a th em at ic s F r as er R 342 P h ys ic s F r as er R. A. G. 279 R a di at io n F r os t S.R. 381 P o ly me r Pr oc es se s G G a ra ge 298 G a rn et t C. 260 A d mi ni st ra ti on G a ds de n R. E. 379 P a te nt s & Li ce ns in g G a te s J. P. 336 C o mp ut er A id ed M fr. G a te ho us e 211 S e cu ri ty G i ll in gh am E.F. 321 P l an t & Pr oc es s En g. ( M is s) G i lm or e M. L. 359 M a th em at ic s G i rk in R. W. 190 C o mp ut er A id ed M fr. G o ff D. 291 O p ti ca l Tr an sm is si on G r an ne ll s J. P. 311 P h ys ic s G r an ul at or Bl dg. 128 G r ee n D. J. 219 A n al yt ic al S er vi ce s G r ee n D. M. ( Mi ss ) 251 G e ne ra l Of fi ce G r ee nb ur y D. A. 399 P h ot og ra ph ic G r ee nb ur y J. 320 P l an t & P ro ce ss E ng. G r ee ne D.J. 129 P l an t & P ro ce ss E ng. G r ig sb y R. 178 O p ti ca l Tr an sm is si on G r oo mb ri dg e D. R. 212 A n al yt ic al S er vi ce s H H a gg er J.M.R. 268 P o ly me r Ma te ri al s H a ll R.W. 284 A n al yt ic al S er vi ce s H a mi lt on G.A. 215 P h ys ic s H a mm en ts. R. J. 381 P o ly me r Pr oc es se s H a mm on d R.G. 217 R a di at io n H a rd im an L. 417 C o mp ut er A id ed M fr. H a rd in g E. (M is s) 228 O p ti ca l Tr an sm is si on H a rn or R.J. 364 Mathematics H a rp er E.C.P. 231 B u yi ng O ff ic e H a rv ey P. 266 P l an t & Pr oc es s En g. H a rv ey R.A. 283 P o ly me r Pr oc es se s H a wk es G.G. 388 P o ly me r Pr oc es se s H e yd a P. G. 370 M a th em at ic s H i de C. 495 C o mp ut er A id ed M fr., H i gg in s I.P. 277 P l an t & P ro ce ss E ng. H i ll A. P. 285 C. A. M. (x2 97 )

5 H o ld er G.F. 347 P o ly me r Pr oc es se s H o pk in s A.C. 255 P o ly me r Ma te ri al s H o we ll B. G. 334 P o ly me r Pr oc es se s H o we ll J Mi ss 387 P a te nt s & L ic en si ng I I r el an d J. L. 288 T e ch ni ca l Li br ar y I r vi ne M.B. 396 O p ti ca l Tr an sm is si on I r vi ne M.P. Dr 293 O p ti ca l Tr an sm is si on I r vi ne G.D. 340 P o ly me r Ma te ri al s J a ck so n M. ( Mr s) 246 I n or ga ni c Ma te ri al s J e nn in gs P. 388 P o ly me r Pr oc es se s J o ne s G. 316 O p ti ca l Tr an sm is si on ( M rs /D r) J u li an K ( Dr ) 377 D i re ct or -P ol y. Te ch. K K a cz ma rs ki E. Z. 277 P l an t & Pr oc es s En g. K a ni uk G. 450 C o mp ut er A id ed M f r. K a sh ef -H am ad an i H 460 E l ec tr on ic D ev el op me nt K e en B. H. 261 D i re ct or -E ng in ee ri ng K e en e I.W. 291 O p ti ca l Tr an sm is si on K e nd le M.R. 341 P o ly me r Ma te ri al s L L a ne A. R. ( Dr.) 335 A n al yt ic al S er vi ce s L a th e & Pr ep R oo m 351 L e dw it h B. 383 P a te nt s a nd L ic en si ng L e ev er s D. F. A. 369 E l ec tr on ic D ev el op me nt L e st er M.J. 370 M a th em at ic s L e wi s R. 356 I n or ga ni c Ma te ri al s L i br ar y 210 L i si E. ( Mr s) 221 A c co un ts L o rd D.E. 170 C o mp ut er A id ed M fr., L o u L. P. 291 O p ti ca l Tr an sm is si on L. V. S wi tc hr oo m 321 L u C. 388 P o ly me r Pr oc es se s L u sl gn an i G 112 E l ec tr on ic D ev el op me nt L y on s G M. 319 S i te S er vi ce s M M c Al li st er E. J. (M rs ) 265 P a te nt s & L ic en si ng M c Al li st er P. B. 264 A n al yt ic al S er vi ce s M c Ca rt hy D. B. 357 M a th em at ic s M c Do na ld A. 417 C. A. M. M c Do na ld R. 298 S i te S er vi ce s M c Do no ug h M. T. 293 O p ti ca l Tr an sm is si on M c Ni ch ol l R. 327 P h ys ic s M a id lo w R.G. 257 P h ot og ra ph ic M a ro uc ho s C. (D r) 466 E l ec tr on ic D ev el op me nt M a rs ha ll P.E.( Mr s) 397 P a te nt s a nd L ic en si ng M a rt i L. ( Mr s) 373 P o ly me r Pr oc es se s M a rt in H.A. 323 I n or ga ni c Ma te ri al s M a th er s D. 252 A d mi ni st ra ti on

6 M e ek T R 469 E l ec tr on ic D ev el op me nt M e ht a I.S. 245 S i te S er vi ce s M e rc er P. 349 S i te S er vi ce s M i ll wa rd R. 271 A n al yt ic al S er vi ce s M i lt on J. S. R. 328 C o mp ut er Ai de d Mf g., ( M is s) M i tc he ll J S 161 E l ec tr on ic D ev el op me nt M o or e A.J. 216 C o mp ut er Ai de d Mf r. M o or e G.F. (D r) 232 T e ch ni ca l Di re ct or - M o or e J. C. 152 C o mp ut er A id ed M fr. M o or e R. 251 A d mi ni st ra ti on M o rr is C. 310 P o ly me r Ma te ri al s M o rr is S. B. 191 C o mp ut er A id ed M fr., M o rr is on O.L. 293 O p ti ca l Tr an sm is si on M o st ra n S.R. 319 P l an t & Pr oc es s E n gi ne er in g M u rn an e D. J. E. 153 C o mp ut er Ai de d Mf r., N N a lo n E. B. 219 P o ly me r Ma te ri al s Naylor P. 441 R a di at io n N e ss D.E.M. 278 P o ly me r Ma te ri al s (Miss/ Dr.) N e ve tt J.E. 291 O p ti ca l Tr an sm is si on N i ch ol as P. 280 A n al yt ic al S er vi ce s N o rt h D. 217 C a te ri ng M an ag er N u tt on M.G. 111 O p ti ca l Tr an sm is si on O O ' Bo w- Ho ve P.A. 396 O p ti ca l Tr an sm is si on 0'D r is co ll M (M is s) 157 B u yi ng O ff ic e O r ma nd i B. S. ( Mr s ) 221 A c co un ts P Painter J (Ms) 437 Secretary to Dr G Moore Palmer J.S.L. 132 Computer Aided Mfg., Parritt M.J. ( Mi ss ) 239 Computer Aided Mfr. Patel K.S. (Mrs) 373 Polymer Materials Penman K.D. 318 Polymer Materials Pialuchia Z. 256 Plant and Process Eng. Pinching A.A. 339 Polymer Materials Pine J.A. 329 Polymer Materials Pink Room 262 Plant Room 372 Air Conditioning Platt C.A. 217 Radiation Plessner K.W. (Dr) 330 Physics Polymer Process 380 Lab. Poole M.J. 386 Patents and Licensing Porter J.A. 231 Analytical Services Powel1 A.H. 319 Physics Prendergast C 138 Plant and Process Eng.

7 P r es s R oo m 225 P o ly me rs P r ic e G. E / 24 3 I n or ga ni c Ma te ri al s P u ck ow sk i 218 P o ly me r Ma te ri al s R. T. (D r. ) R R a ff er ty T.F. 392 B u yi ng O ff ic e R a hm an i- To rk am an R 487 C. A. M. R a j P. M. 349 P l an t an d Pr oc es s En g. R a nd al l G. 348 P o ly me r Ma te ri al s R e ce pt io n 220 R e ev e A. 256 P l an t an d Pr oc es s En g. R e nw ic k M. B. 297 C o mp ut e r Ai de d Mf r. R i ch ar ds L.N. 273 P h ys ic s R o ss -G ow er E.L. 382 P a te nt s an d Li ce ns in g R u th er fo rd D. 245 S i te S er vi ce s S S a ud A. 316 P h ys ic s S a va ge E. J. 431 P l an t & Pr oc es s En g. S a ve ry C.D. 368 C o mp ut er Ai de d Mf r. S c ht ak le f R. 364 M a th em at ic s De pt S e cr et t A. C. G. 310 P h ys ic s S e n D. 418 P l an t & P ro ce ss E ng. S e ss io ns C.J. 277 P l an t & Pr oc es s En g. S h ah G.R. 388 P o ly me r Pr oc es se s S h ea re r P. 482 C. A. M. S h el ly J.A. 250 A c co un ts S h ep he rd V. E. 318 M a th em at ic s S h ut tl ew or th E. P. 421 C o mp ut er Ai de d Mf r. S i m S. Mi ss ( Dr ) 316 O p ti ca l Tr an sm is si on S i ng er H. (D r. ) 456 A d mi ni st ra ti on S l au gh te r R.J / 24 0 O p ti ca l Tr an sm is si on S m it h J. M s 238 P a te nt s a nd L ic en si ng S m it he rs S. 256 P l an t an d Pr oc es s En g. S p en ce r N.H. 314 P a te nt s a nd L ic en si ng S q ue lc h M. J. 283 P o ly me r Pr oc es se s S t an na rd -P ow el l 228 O p ti ca l Tr an sm is si on S. J. S t ep he ns -O fn er J. 389 D i re ct or, Pa te nt s an d L i ce ns in g S t or es 224 Sub-Station 344 ( C on tr ol R oo m) S u th er la nd A. S. M. 446 C o mp ut er Ai de d M f r. S w it ch bo ar d 0 T T a n E.K. 488 C o mp ut er A id ed M fr T a nk Ro om ( Ea st ) 354 T a nk Ro om ( We st ) 331 T a yl or E.( Mr s ) 438 T a yl or G.C. 323 I n or ga ni c Ma te ri al s

8 T a yl or J.E. 287 O p ti ca l Tr an sm is si on T e el uc ks in gh D 481 C. A. M. T e ch ni ca l Li br ar y 2 8 8/ 35 3 T e le x 933/ 724 T e st Ar ea H V3 394 T h ac kr ay G.J. (D r. ) 370 M a th em at ic s T h ap ar H. (Dr) 319 P h ys ic s T h ea rl e N. B. 423 C o mp ut er A id ed M fr T i lb ur y B. R. 413 C o mp ut er A id ed M fr. T i ng le L. 337 P o ly me r Ma te ri al s T r eg en na -P ig go tt T. 367 A d mi ni st ra ti on T u bb s M (Dr 439 D i re ct or -C om mu ni ca ti on s a n d El ec tr on ic s V V e rn e S. 263 D i re ct or /A pp li ed S cience V e rn on J.S. 355 I n or ga ni c Ma te ri al s V i nc en t M. 319 P h ys ic s De pa rt me nt W W a lk er F.S. 279 R a di at io n W a lk er R.T. 332 P o ly me r Ma te ri al s W a lt er s H. M. J ( Dr.) 365 M a th em at ic s W a lt er s P.W. 111 R a di at io n ( D r. ) W a lt on P.T.J. 212 A n al yt ic al S er vi ce s W a rd E. M. 385 A n al yt ic al S er vi ce s W a rw ic k A.M. 359 M a th em at ic s W a tk in s D. J. 192 C. A. M. W a ts on J. J. 242 S i te S er vi ce s W e st S (M rs ) 220 R e ce pt io n

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