|'Extraordinary things & nice instruments, Jim Menter and Hinxton Hall', 1954-1976
|Tribute volume prepared for Sir James Menter in 1986 commemorating his time at the laboratory at Hinxton Hall, Cambridge, where he worked with electron microscopes to demonstrate the potential to determine the atomic structure of crystalline solids by resolving the structure of platinum phthalocyanine.
Book includes cuttings, photographs, illustrations and extracts prepared by Menter's colleagues, including David Melford.
|Hinxton Hall was used by Tube Investments Inc as a reserach laboratory until it was bought by the Wellocme Trust in 1992. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hinxton#Hinxton_Hall
Fellows associated with this archive
|Menter; Sir; James Woodham (1921 - 2006)
|1921 - 2006