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    • 1913

    In Chapter XI on carbon dioxide, Geoffrey Martin discusses limestone rocks and formations. Of Mammoth Cave in Kentucky, he writes:

    "One distant and dangerous abyss, called the Maelstrom, was first explored by a boy,…

    • circa 1979

    This continuously-monitoring carbon dioxide monitor was designed for use in hospital settings. It could also be coupled to an oxygen analyzer (ideally the Beckman OM15).

    • 1962

    The August 1 date of manufacture on the carbon dioxide sensor preamplifier places this photograph in the latter half of 1962. This instrument was designed for use during NASA's Mercury manned spaceflight project.

    • 1963

    Beckman’s measurement of carbon dioxide was spurred by many applications. It was in part an outgrowth of World War II era work (such as that which produced Pauling’s oxygen meter) and post-war developments (including…

    • 1964

    Beckman's Space Engineering Group (SEG) was formed within the Scientific Process Instruments Division (SPID) in 1959. It developed instrumentation for use in the punishing environmental conditions of space as well as,…

    • 1975 – 1984

    Beckman Instruments introduced the Metabolic Measurement Cart (MMC) in 1975. The programmable system could automatically test oxygen, carbon dioxide, barometric pressure, expired air volume and temperature, and print…

    • 1975 – 1984

    Beckman Instruments introduced the Metabolic Measurement Cart (MMC) in 1975. The programmable system could automatically test oxygen, carbon dioxide, barometric pressure, expired air volume and temperature, and print…

    • 1975 – 1984

    This instrument was designed to measure oxygen consumption and carbon dioxide production. It contains an oxygen analyzer, an infrared carbon dioxide analyzer, a turbine volume transducer, a mixing chamber, and a…

    • 1987

    Although otherwise unidentified, this item is very likely a metabolism analysis cart that measures oxygen and carbon dioxide respiration.

    • 1975 – 1984

    This instrument was designed to measure oxygen consumption and carbon dioxide production. It contains an oxygen analyzer, an infrared carbon dioxide analyzer, a turbine volume transducer, a mixing chamber, and a…

    • 1975 – 1984

    Beckman first marketed a chloride/CO2 analyzer in 1975.

    The Beckman chloride/carbon dioxide analyzer was used to measure both gasses in biological fluids like sweat, blood, and spinal fluid.

    • circa 1974

    This prototype was designed by Beckman Instruments' Advanced Technology Operations (ATO) for NASA in 1974 for measuring the carbon dioxide inside space suit helmets. It was intended for use in manned spaceflight…