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Frank Austen Gooch
Frank Austen Gooch (1852 – 1929) was a chemist and engineer. He invented the Gooch crucible, which is used, for example, to determine the solubility of bituminous materials such as road tars and petroleum asphalts. He was awarded a Ph.D. by Harvard University in 1877.
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He devised or perfected a large number of analytical processes and methods, including:
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