Frumkin is a surname and may refer to:

* Abraham Frumkin (1872-1946), Jewish anarchist
* Alexander Naumovich Frumkin (1895–1976), Russian electrochemist
* Israel Dov Frumkin (1850–1914), Israeli Journalist
* Sylvia Frumkin, pseudonym of the subject of Susan Sheehan's 1982 biography "Is There No Place On Earth For Me?"

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  • Frumkin — ist der Familienname von: Israel Dow Frumkin (1850 1914), israelischer Autor geboren als Sidney Frumkin, Sidney Franklin (Stierkämpfer) (1903 1976), US amerikanischer Torero Diese Seite ist eine Begriffsklärung zur …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • FRUMKIN, ARYEH LEIB — (1845–1916), rabbinical scholar and writer; pioneer of Jewish settlement in Ereẓ Israel. Frumkin studied rabbinics in his native Kelme, Lithuania, and at the Slobodka Yeshivah. He visited Ereẓ Israel in 1867, and after two years in Odessa,… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • FRUMKIN, ISRAEL DOV — (1850–1914), pioneer journalist in Ereẓ Israel. Frumkin was born in Dubrovno, Belorussia and was taken to Jerusalem when he was nine. In 1870 he started contributing to the weekly Ḥavaẓẓelet founded by his father in law, Israel bak . Frumkin soon …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • FRUMKIN, BORIS MARKOVICH — (1872–after 1939), pioneer of the bund and among its most prominent publicists; first historian of the Jewish labor movement in Russia. He graduated from Geneva University. From the middle 1890s, Frumkin ranked among the leading ideologists of… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • FRUMKIN, ALEKSANDR NAUMOVICH — (1895–1976), Russian physical chemist. He graduated from the University of Odessa in 1915, where he taught 1920–22. In 1928–29 he was a lecturer on colloid chemistry at the University of Wisconsin, and from 1930 professor of electrochemistry at… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Frumkin-Effekt — Frụm|kin Ef|fekt [nach dem russ. Chemiker A. N. Frumkin (1895–1976)]: bei elektrochem. Prozessen zu berücksichtigender Einfluss adsorbierter Teilchen auf die elektrochemische Doppelschicht …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Frumkin — Frụmkin,   Aleksandr Naumowitsch, sowjetischer Physikochemiker, * Kischinjow (heute Chişinău) 24. 10. 1895, ✝ Tula 27. 5. 1976; war seit 1930 Professor für Elektrochemie an der Universität Moskau; Arbeiten v. a. zur Theorie elektrochemischer… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Frumkin, Aryeh Leib — (1845 1916)    Palestinian rabbinic scholar and writer, of Lithuanian origin. He visited Palestine in 1867 and 1871 and began research for a history of the rabbis and scholars of Jerusalem. He returned to Europe and served as a rabbi at Ilukste… …   Dictionary of Jewish Biography

  • Frumkin, Israel Dov — (1850 1914)    Palestinian journalist. He was born in Belorussia and was taken to Jerusalem when he was nine. He edited the Jerusalem periodical Havatzelet from 1870 to 1910. From the mid 1880s his journalistic writings attacked the Hibbat Zion… …   Dictionary of Jewish Biography

  • Alexander Frumkin — Alexander Naumovich Frumkin (Александр Наумович Фрумкин) (October 24, 1895 ndash; May 27, 1976), Russian/Soviet electrochemist, member of the Russian Academy of Sciences since 1932, founder of the Russian Journal of Electrochemistry… …   Wikipedia

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