This advertisement shows a woman using Beckman Instruments' new IR-6 Spectrophotometer. The text touts its low cost, ease of use, and the ability to use the instrument within existing workflows.
Originally developed for the Rubber Reserve during World War II, Beckman's first infrared spectrophotometers were based on Robert Brattain's pre-existing single-beam design. Single and double-beam (like the IR-6) IR spectrophotometers were produced by Beckman's companies until 1973.
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Charles Bowes Advertising, and Beckman Instruments. “An Infrared Spectrophotometer Any Lab Can Afford -- Any Technician Can Operate,” 1957. Beckman Historical Collection, Box 49, Folder 14. Science History Institute. Philadelphia. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/rr171x224.
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