Glossary and Bibliography

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CHF Collections

  1. Bendix Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometer Collection. The Beckman Center for the History of Chemistry, Chemical Heritage Foundation, Philadelphia, PA.
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  5. Coates, Vincent, Instrumentation Ephemera Collection. The Beckman Center for the History of Chemistry, Chemical Heritage Foundation, Philadelphia, PA.
  6. Cohn, Mildred. Interview by Leon Gortler at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, December 15, 1987, and January 6, 1988. Philadelphia: Chemical Heritage Foundation, Oral History Transcript #0080.
  7. Field, Frank H. Interview by Michael A. Grayson in Durham, North Carolina, December 9–10, 2009. Philadelphia: Chemical Heritage Foundation, Oral History Transcript #0636.
  8. Finnigan, Robert E. Interview by David C. Brock at Los Altos, California, December 4, 2001. Philadelphia: Chemical Heritage Foundation, Oral History Transcript #0227.
  9. Hercules, David M. Interview by David C. Brock and Arthur Daemmrich at Pittsburgh
  10. Conference on Analytical Chemistry and Applied Spectroscopy, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 20, 2002. Philadelphia: Chemical Heritage Foundation, Oral History Transcript # 0241.
  11. Jennings, Keith R. Interview by Michael A. Grayson at Leamington Spa, Warwickshire,
  12. United Kingdom, April 24–25, 2008. Philadelphia: Chemical Heritage Foundation, Oral History Transcript # 0419.
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  20. Munson, Burnaby. Interview by Michael A. Grayson at University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware, April 9, 2010. Philadelphia: Chemical Heritage Foundation, Oral History Transcript not yet finalized.
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  22. Vestal, Marvin L. Interview by Michael A. Grayson at Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, Florida, March 3, 2010. Philadelphia: Chemical Heritage Foundation, Oral History Transcript not yet finalized.

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