Farmer, Barry L.
May 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;May96, Vol. 67 Issue 5, p2032
Academic Journal
Features materials and components for scientific instruments. Local display module; Amplifier; Desuperheater; Analytical extractor; Time-to-digital converter; Molder; Memory card; Brakes; Solvent delivery; Manifold; Lithium battery; Vacuum transducer and switch; Infrared mounts; Sample changer; Photomultiplier tube; Flow indicators; Solar blind detector; Literature and software.


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