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A CSIRO Invention and the Development of the Australian Spectroscopic Instrument Industry

Chemistry in Australia
Volume 72 Issue 4 (May 2005)

Abstract: This article describes how a 1950s CSIRO invention, the atomic absorption spectrometer, came to be produced commercially in Australia and how this led to the development of a major spectroscopic instrument industry. [1]

To cite this article: Willis, JR and Sturman, Barry. A CSIRO Invention and the Development of the Australian Spectroscopic Instrument Industry [online]. Chemistry in Australia, Vol. 72, No. 4, May 2005: 16-18. Availability: <http://search.informit.com.au/documentSummary;dn=962342159509894;res=IELENG> ISSN: 0314-4240. [cited 08 Dec 16].

Personal Author: Willis, JR; Sturman, Barry; Source: Chemistry in Australia, Vol. 72, No. 4, May 2005: 16-18 Document Type: Journal Article ISSN: 0314-4240 Subject: Electronics; Inventions; Physics; Research; Spectrum analysis; Identifier: Spectrometers; Scientific equipment

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