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in 1905 Albert Leroy Marsh, in close cooperation with William Hoskins, invented Chromel, an alloy that allowed the production of heating elements that could glow under atmospheric conditions without burning
in 1905 Albert Leroy Marsh, in close cooperation with William Hoskins, invented Chromel, an alloy that allowed the production of heating elements that could glow under atmospheric conditions without burning
Spool of Chromel,
Hoskins Mfg. Co., Detroit, 1963
Albert Leroy Marsh
1877 - 1944
1905
Albert Leroy Marsh, in close cooperation with William Hoskins, invented Chromel, an
alloy that allowed the production of heating elements that could glow under
atmospheric conditions without burning.
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