- 2013-May-01 (First session)
- 2013-May-02 (Second session)
George M. Wyman was born in Budapest, Hungary, in 1921. Wyman attended the Lutheran Gimnázium in Budapest until World War II threatened, leaving for the United States to become a chemist. Wyman entered Cornell…
- Interviewee Wyman, George M., 1921-2017
- Interviewer Roberts, Jody A., Caruso, David J.
- Subject Chemistry, Physical and theoretical, Isomerization, Wyman, George M., 1921-2017, Fluorine, Chemistry, Organic, Indigo, United States. National Bureau of Standards, Dyes and dyeing--Chemistry, United States. Army. European Research Office, Cornell University
In this interview Professor Leo Mandelkern begins with his early years in New York City and his undergraduate education at Cornell University. This is followed by his service as a meteorologist during World War II. In…
- 1987-May-15 (First session)
- 1987-May-16 (Second session)
Gordon M. Kline begins the interview by discussing his work at the National Bureau of Standards during the 1930s, where he focussed on applications of organic resins to aviation. This is followed by a general discussion…
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…
- Author Reilly, Mickey
- Subject Deluxe General Incorporated, Barbiturates--Analysis, Ultraviolet spectroscopy, Scientific apparatus and instruments, Vitamins--Analysis, Spectrophotometer, Vitamin A, United States. National Bureau of Standards, Toxicology, Beckman Instruments, inc., Forensic sciences, Beckman, Arnold O.
Internal Beckman Instruments memo regarding Perkin-Elmer competition for the infrared spectrophotometer market.