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Sir Nevill Francis Mott

(1905-1996), Physicist

Sitter in 8 portraits
Physicist; Cavendish Professor of Experimental Physics at Cambridge University (1954-71); worked in the early 1930s on the quantum theory of atomic collisions and scattering but was awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics (1977) with Philip Anderson and John Van Vleck for fundamental theoretical investigations of the electronic structure of magnetic and disordered systems.

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Sir Nevill Francis Mott, by John Benton-Harris - NPG P795

Sir Nevill Francis Mott

by John Benton-Harris
bromide print, October 1977
NPG P795

Nobel prize winning scientists, by Arnold Newman - NPG P150(48)

Nobel prize winning scientists

by Arnold Newman
bromide print, 1978
NPG P150(48)

Sir Nevill Francis Mott, by Godfrey Argent - NPG x165686

Sir Nevill Francis Mott

by Godfrey Argent
bromide print, 3 June 1970
NPG x165686

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Sir Nevill Francis Mott

by Walter Stoneman
bromide print, May 1936
NPG x165089

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Sir Nevill Mott

by Walter Stoneman
copy negative, copied March 1943
NPG x164974

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Sir Nevill Francis Mott

by Walter Stoneman
bromide print, 1953
NPG x165090

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