Southwest Retort, Volume 27, Number 3, November 1974 Page: 28
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Vinyl Chloride Analyzer
Offered by Perkin-Elmer
A new industrial atmosphere analyzer
based on the Perkin-Elmer Model 3920
Series gas chromatograph has been in-
troduced and is now available from the
company. The system, which utilizes the
modular 3920 Series gas chromatograph
and columns optimized for detecting sol-
vent vapors like vinyl chloride in indus-
trial atmospheres, can resolve samples
to 50 parts per billion.
The industrial atmosphere analyzer
features the Model 3920 gas chromato-
graph with flame ionization detectors,
linear temperature programmer, and
complete automatic data handling as an
option. Because of its modular design
the Model 3920 Series industrial atmo-
sphere analyzer can be customized to
meet present and future industrial
For further information call or write:
the Perkin-Elmer Corporation, Instru-
ment Division, Main Avenue, Norwalk,
Connecticut 06856, (203) 762-1000.
Dr. Pauline Beery Mack
Dies in Denton
Dr. Pauline Beery Mack, 82, an award-
winning research scientist and former
professor and administrator at Texas
Woman's University died in Denton,
Texas in late October.
Dr. Mack had been associated with
TWU since 1952.
She formerly was dean and director
of research at TWU's college of house-
hold arts and sciences, and had been
director of the school's research institute
Her recent work included studies on
bone density and the tendency of men
to lose calcium while in space. Her stud-
ies also encompassed nutrition, clothing
and textile technology.
A native of Norborne, Mo., Dr. Mack
held degrees from Missouri State, Co-
lumbia and Penn State. Before joining
TWU, she was a member of the faculty
at Penn State for about 20 years and
then served 12 years as director of that
school's Ellen H. Richards Institute. She
In the Area
Dr. Frank H. Stillinger, Bell
Laboratories, Murray Hill, New
Jersey. "Understanding Liquid
(a) December 2, 8:00 p.m. Houston
Museum of Natural Science
(Co-Host, William Marsh Rice
University) Houston, Texas.
(b) December 3, 4:00 p.m. The
University of Texas Medical
Branch, Galveston, Texas.
(c) December 4, 2:00 p.m. Lamar
University, Beaumont, Texas.
Dr. L. H. Jensen, University of
Washington, Seattle, Washington.
"Recent Advances in Protein
(a) December 10, 8:00 p.m. Mid-
western University, Wichita
(b) December 11, 8 p.m. Baylor
University, Waco, Texas.
(c) December 12, 8:00 p.m. The
University of Texas at Austin,
also had served from 1935 to 1952 as
director of the Pennsylvania Mass Stud-
ies in Human Nutrition.
She had received the Garvan Medal
of the American Chemical Society, a
medal from the Distinguished Daugh-
ters of Pennsylvania and membership in
the Phi Beta Kappa Associates. She was
the only woman awarded the "Silver
Snoopy" award by American astron-
auts, being honored in 1970 for her
She was listed in Who's Who in
America, American Men of Science and
several other biographical works. She
had written several books and articles
and was a member of more than 20
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