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This older material will be offered to the British Museum and the National Lending Library. A new National Reference Library is to be built in London on the South Bank based on the present stock of the Patent Office which will form a separate branch of the British Museum. At the present time the Patent Office Library, which is strictly a reference library, offers its material on open access to all readers. It has an excellent photocopying service which can provide microfilm on demand and enlargements within a short time.
In addition information is sometimes required concerning the full name, address and qualifications of a chemist to gauge his status, to judge his professional career or simply to write to him for reprints. Similar biographical information about the great GUIDES 43 scientists of the past is often of value in the light it throws on the history of science and the achievements of its principal workers. The catalogue of any important library will reveal many biographies of individual scientists under their names, such as Antoine Lavoisier by D.
Kirk and and D. F. Othmer in their Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology (Interscience, 1947-1960) have an excellent summary of the literature of chemical technology (volume 8, 418-49), beginning with a general survey and then dealing with tertiary sources such as guides, bibliographies and directories, secondary sources which include chemical reference works, periodicals and reviews, and primary sources by which they mean government publications, standards and specifications. There is also interesting information on the subject of bibliography and mechanized searching.