6 Cryogeme cooling engines

(i) Dr. Ing. G. PrasL Cryogenics Division, N. V. Philips. Eindhoven, Netherlands.

(ii) Mr. Alex Daniels, Philips Laboratory, 345 Scarborough Rd„ Briarcliff Manor.

New York 10510, USA.

(iii) Mr. Fred Chcllis, Cryogenic Technology Inc.. Waltham,

Hughes Aircraft Company. Centincla and Tcale Streets, Culver City, Ca. 90230, USA.

(v) Cryogenics Division, Martin Marietta Inc., Orlando, Florida, USA.

(vi) Cryogenics Division,

Texas Instruments, Dallas, Texas. USA.

(vii) Dr. William Clifford, Cryomech. Inc., Syracuse, New York. USA.

(viii) Cryo-coolcr Division, Air Research Co.. Murray Hill, N.J.. USA.

(ix) Cryocoolcr Division, British Oxygen Co., Wembley. London. U.K.

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