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^[[ [[underlined]]File[[/underlined]] ]] TATA INSTITUTE OF FUNDAMENTAL RESEARCH National Centre of the Government of India for Nuclear Science and Mathematics Telegrams: ZETESIS HOMI BHABHA ROAD, BOMBAY 5. Telephone: [[strikethrough]]213141[[/strikethrough]] 21 91 11 December 21, 1972 Dr R.S. Clarke U.S. National Museum Washington D.C. [[underlined]]U.S.A.[[/underlined]] Dear Dr Clarke, Greetings for X-mas and a happy new year. I am sending a photograph of the Reynolds - type 4.5" -60° sector rare-gas machine completely made in Tata Institute of Fundamental Research. We took 3 years to build it. This machine can well resolve the Xenon peaks and has a sensitivity of 1x10‾¹³ CC STP Xe¹³⁰/mV. We get a vacuum of 5x10‾¹⁰ Torr. We have finished the analysis of some local meteorites for Ne, Ar, Kr, and Xe analysis. We are mounting now the sample sent by you, 2 years ago. Please keep me on your mailing list. With best regards, Yours sincerely, ^[[Rao [[underlined]]M.N.[[/underlined]] ]] (M.N. Rao) MNR.mam.21.12.72
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