Scientist Jared Shaw discusses the 21T, a powerful magnet, shown behind him, coupled with an ultra-high resolution mass spectrometer, at the Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory in Richland.
Scientist Jared Shaw discusses the 21T, a powerful magnet, shown behind him, coupled with an ultra-high resolution mass spectrometer, at the Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory in Richland. Annette Cary Tri-City Herald
Scientist Jared Shaw discusses the 21T, a powerful magnet, shown behind him, coupled with an ultra-high resolution mass spectrometer, at the Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory in Richland. Annette Cary Tri-City Herald

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