The invention disclosure for use in gas chromatography documents some of James C. Sternberg's early work for Beckman Instruments. Robert S. Litle and W. S. Gallaway signed this disclosure as witnesses.
Beckman Instruments entered the gas chromatograph business in 1956 with the acquisition of the successful Watts Manufacturing Company. Later that year, Beckman Instruments produced its first gas chromatograph, the GC-1, which was intended for laboratory use. Shortly after, Beckman Instruments produced a line of gas chromatographs for industrial use, which offered both automation and customization. These instruments were used by the petroleum industry and in the fight against air pollution.
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Sternberg, James C. “Invention Disclosure: Generalized Flow Monitoring,” October 1963. Beckman Historical Collection, Box 17, Folder 30. Science History Institute. Philadelphia. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/xs55mc61t.
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