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Keith Martin (Fed)

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Tips and tools for digitizing a museum collection

November 1, 2011
Regina L. Avila, Susan A. Sanders, Keith R. Martin
This article is a "how to guide" for directing and managing a museum photography project. It is based on what the NIST Research Library learned as we went through the process of gathering and photographing museum objects, organizing the digital images, and

Origin and Early History of Die Methode des Eichzusatzes or The Method of Standard Addition with Primary Emphasis on Its Origin, Early Design, Dissemination, and Usage of Terms

June 1, 2011
William R. Kelly, Kenneth W. Pratt, William F. Guthrie, Keith R. Martin
The Method of Standard Additions or the Standard Addition Method, often referred by its acronym as just SAM, is now a proverbial workhorse in both inorganic and organic quantitative analytical chemistry and in related disciplines such as geochemistry. Its

Seeking Science and Technology

September 28, 2010
Stacy M. Bruss, Keith R. Martin
Although not everyone can be a sci-tech information specialist, science, technology, and medicine (STM) tends to overlap with other research agendas. This session will start with a general overview of science and technology websites. It will then focus on

Responding to National Needs, 1994 - 2001: Supplement to Appendices

July 1, 2002
Diane Cunningham, P J. Deutsch, J M. Ives, S L. Kelley, Keith R. Martin, J V. Norris
Information contained in this document updates and expands the data presented in the Appendices of the report Responding to National Needs: The National Bureau of Standards Becomes the National Institute of Standards and Technology 1969-1994, by James F