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Evolution of a Light Scattering Photometer

David T. Phillips
BioScience
Vol. 21, No. 16 (Aug. 15, 1971), pp. 865-867
DOI: 10.2307/1295813
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1295813
Page Count: 3
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Evolution of a Light Scattering Photometer
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Abstract

Development of a new light scattering photometer is traced from an idea for the identification of bacteria through early experiments and prototype instruments to a commercial product. The design was shaped by laboratory use. Precision of scattering measurements surpassed the optical microscope and led to discovery of new microbiological techniques.

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