NEWS Perturbations in the Spectra of A x ially Symmetrical Molecules. Gilbert Amat, Faculté des Sciences de Paris.
Harold II. Nielsen, Chairman, D e p a r t ment of Physics and Astronomy, T h e Ohio S t a t e ' U n i v e r s i t y , 174 W . 18th Ave., Columbus 10, Ohio.
Friday, June 15 Trends in Infrared Instrumentation. J. U. White, The White Development Corp. High Resolution Study of the Shape, Position, and Shifts of Some HF Lines. Norman Gailar, The University of Tennessee.
Computer and Automated Laboratory Instruments T h e r e will be a session on computer applications and one on automated laboratory instruments at the 27th midyear meeting of the A P I Division of R e -
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fining. This meeting will be held M a y 14 to 17 at the F a i r m o n t Hotel, San Francisco, Calif. T h e session in computer applications will be held on Tuesday afternoon, M a y 15, and t h a t on automatic laboratory instruments on Wednesday afternoon, M a y 16. P a p e r s on the latter topic will consist of: Laboratory Instrumentation or Stream Analyzers? I. T. Fritz and R. C. Davis, Sinclair Refining Co. Pilot Plant Application of Analytical Instruments. R. E. Lyon and S. E. Shields, American Oil Co. Automatic Driver and Data Logger for Road Knock Rating. C. J. Domke, American Oil Co., and P. T. McCauley, Microdyne, Inc. Analytical Applications of a Magnetic Tape Data Storage System. J. H. Harding and W. A. Morgan, Humble Oil and Refining Co. Applications of Laboratory Gas Chromatography to Refinery Operations. R. C. Barras and J. F. Boyle, The Atlantic Refining Co.
Biological Instrument Techniques Applications of I n s t r u m e n t a l Techniques to Biologically Active Substances will be among the topics covered at the Eighth National Medicinal Symposium (ACS) to be held at Boulder, Colo., J u n e 18 to 20. D r . S. Z. Lewin, New York University, is chairman of t h e session. P a p e r s scheduled for this session, to be held in the afternoon of June 20, a r e : Spectrophotometry Techniques. D. F. Bradley, National Institutes of Health. pH Stat and Complementary Techniques. Takeru Higuchi, University of Wisconsin. Bioelectric Methods. G. G. Guilbault, Army Chemical Center. Nuclear and Electron Resonance Techniques. S. Z. Lewin, New York University.
Atomic Exposition Cancelled T h e Atomic Exposition, scheduled to be held in connection with the 6th Nuclear Congress, has been cancelled. T h e Nuclear Congress, however, will present its program as scheduled on J u n e 4 to 6 at N e w York. T h e Nuclear Congress is sponsored by a federation of 24 engineering and technical societies. The program will consist of about 100 technical papers in the nuclear field. Copies of the program are available from the Engineer's Joint Council, Inc., 345 E a s t 47th St., New York, 17, Ν . Υ.