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    • 2002-Feb-19

    Robert J. Manning begins the interview with a brief sketch of his educational background. In 1948, after graduating with a M.S. in chemistry from the University of Missouri in Kansas City, Manning spent time in the…

    • Bulletin 423-A
    • 1956-Sep

    The binder includes several proforma invoices, photographs, and Bulletin 423-A: Operating and Maintenance Instructions, IR4 Infrared Spectrophotometer.

    The Beckman Instruments IR spectrophotometers began as a request…

    • Beckman Instructions 334-B
    • 1963-Sep

    The first Beckman Instruments DU Spectrophotometer was developed in 1940, when the company was still called National Technical Laboratories. Spurred by employee Howard Cary (who had previously been involved in pH meter…

    • 378-C
    • 1956-Aug

    The Beckman DK Spectrophotometer was an enhancement of the DU, which expanded the instrument’s range into near-infrared. This was accomplished by chemist Wilbur I. Kaye, who began his work on science behind the DK at…

    • 1985-Dec-01

    The press release discusses Bulletin 7995, a brochure about Beckman Data Capture software.

    • 1981-Jul-02

    The press release describes a spectral software kit for the Model 4200 Infrared Spectrophotometer and MINC-11 computer.

    • Vol. 2, No. 1
    • 1956

    The brochure discusses the IR-4 spectrophotometer, scheduled for introduction at the Pittsburgh Conference. It also includes brief profiles of the "New Infrared Team": Lee Cahn, William Ward, Norbert Kabuss, and Joseph…

    • circa 1955

    The brochure discusses the use of the IR-2 spectrophotometer in an air pollution study. Though undated, the referenced instrument models and logo narrow the date of the brochure's publication to somewhere between the…

    • 1956-Aug

    The Beckman Instruments IR spectrophotometers began as a request from the Office of Rubber Reserve to Arnold O. Beckman in 1942, asking for an infrared spectrophotometer that they could use to create rubber. Under this…

    • 1986-Jun-19

    The press release announces a spectrophotometer system for use with DNA analysis.

    The first Beckman Instruments DU Spectrophotometer was developed in 1940, when the company was still called National Technical…

    • 355-C
    • 1957-May

    The Beckman DK Spectrophotometer was an enhancement of the DU, which expanded the instrument’s range of into near-infrared. This was accomplished by chemist Wilbur I. Kaye, who began his work on science behind the DK at…

    • 1976-Sep-23

    This press release announcing the discontinuation of the DU spectrophotometer served as a retrospective of the instrument's development and significance.

    The first Beckman Instruments DU Spectrophotometer was developed…

    • 1958-Dec

    The Beckman Instruments IR spectrophotometers began as a request from the Office of Rubber Reserve to Arnold O. Beckman in 1942, asking for an infrared spectrophotometer that they could use to create rubber. Under this…

    • 1960

    The Beckman DB spectrophotometer was a double beam model, which allowed for comparison between two light paths: a reference and the sample being measured.

    • 1961-Jul-08

    Beckman's Space Engineering Group designed and built "the Moonspoon," a prototype instrument to sample and analyze lunar soil via absorption spectroscopy.

    • 1960

    Beckman's Space Engineering Group designed and built "the Moonspoon," a prototype instrument to sample and analyze lunar soil via absorption spectroscopy.

    • circa 1952

    The Beckman Instruments IR spectrophotometers began as a request from the Office of Rubber Reserve to Arnold O. Beckman in 1942, asking for an infrared spectrophotometer that they could use to create rubber. Under this…

    • circa 1966

    Also known as the DK-2 Spectrophotometer, this model covered ultraviolet, visible, and near-infrared spectral ranges. These men are likely part of the team that designed the instrument.