Sean F. Johnston, BSc MSc PhD
|University of Glasgow, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom|
Area:optical physics; spectroscopy; instrumentation; history and philosophy of science; historical sociology of science and technology; ethics
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Career as physicist at Canada Centre for Remote Sensing, Ottawa; Bomem Inc, Quebec; Lloyd Instruments, Southampton; Laser Monitoring Systems, Hull, University of Leeds;
Career as historian of science and technology at University of Leeds; University of York; University of Glasgow.
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|David J. W. Kendall||collaborator||1981-1984||Bomem Inc|
|Jeff R. Wimperis||collaborator||1984-1985||Interoptics|
|Henry Buijs||collaborator||1981-1987||Bomem Inc|
|John F. Bryant||collaborator||1990-1991||Laser Monitoring Systems Ltd|
|Geoffrey R. Davies||collaborator||1993-1995||University of Leeds|
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|Williamson MJ, Southall JP, Hubbard HVSA, et al. (1998) NMR measurements of ionic mobility in model polymer electrolyte solutions Electrochimica Acta. 43: 1415-1420|
|Johnston SF, Ward IM, Cruickshank J, et al. (1996) Spectroscopic studies of triflate ion association in polymer gel electrolytes and their constituents Solid State Ionics. 90: 39-48|
|Southall JP, Hubbard HV, Johnston SF, et al. (1996) Ionic conductivity and viscosity correlations in liquid electrolytes for incorporation into PVDF gel electrolytes’ Solid State Ionics. 85: 51-63|
|Gault WA, Johnston SF, Kendall DJ. (1985) Optimization of a field-widened Michelson interferometer. Applied Optics. 24: 1604-8|
|Shepherd GG, Gault WA, Miller DW, et al. (1985) WAMDII: wide-angle Michelson Doppler imaging interferometer for Spacelab. Applied Optics. 24: 1571-84|
|Johnston SF, Clayman BP. (1980) Reflectivity measurements on hot reactive liquids using a FIR laser. Applied Optics. 19: 3118-20|