Dr. Sternberg does not believe that Perkin-Elmer, Inc. can patent a flame ionization detector, as their instrument would be too similar to the one described in this German patent. The Perkin-Elmer instrument would be in direct competition with a flame ionization detector manufactured by Beckman Instruments, Sternberg's employer.
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Sternberg, James C. “Memo from James C. Sternberg to T. E. Kristofferson,” August 6, 1965. Beckman Historical Collection, Box 15, Folder 11. Science History Institute. Philadelphia. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/sb397830m.
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