Eli Franklin Burton

Physics University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 
"Eli Franklin Burton"

(1879 - 1948)
Burton developed the first practical electron microscope at the University of Toronto in the late 1930s with the help of university students Cecil Hall, James Hillier, and Albert Prebus

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BURTON EF, SENNETT RS, ELLIS SG. (1947) Specimen changes due to electron bombardment in the electron microscope. Nature. 160: 565-7
Burton EF. (1943) Electron microscope studies of the capture of air-borne particles by single fibres [9] Nature. 152: 540
Burton EF, Hillier J, Prebus A. (1940) THE CONTRIBUTION OF THE ELECTRON MICROSCOPE TO MEDICINE (I. ): The Electron Microscope Described. Canadian Medical Association Journal. 42: 116-9
Burton EF, Hillier J, Prebus A. (1939) A report on the development of the electron supermicroscope at Toronto [7] Physical Review. 56: 1171-1172
Burton EF. (1938) Some physical phenomena at the temperature of liquid helium Journal of Applied Physics. 9: 489-499
Burton EF. (1938) Velocity of sound in liquid helium [3] Nature. 141: 970-971
Burton EF. (1938) Viscosity of liquid helium II [2] Nature. 142: 72
Burton EF, Mann KC. (1937) Influence of magnetic fields on persistent currents in supraconducting single crystals of tin [5] Nature. 139: 325-326
Burton EF. (1937) Refractive indexes of helium I and II [7] Nature. 140: 1015
Burton EF, Pitt A, Mckinley DWR. (1936) Velocities of ultra-sonic sounds [15] Nature. 137: 708
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