[3dem] what to do with RCA EMU-4?

Bob Grassucci bobg at wadsworth.org
Thu Sep 27 10:04:42 PDT 2007

You might want to try the Microscopy society list server 
You might have some luck there.  I think there are some museums out 
there looking for donated items.  If they do dispose of it they may want 
to look out that the transformer does not contain PCB's and watch out 
for the diffusion pump might be a mercury diffusion pump (Philips 300's 
had them early on).  Good luck.

Flicker, Paula (NIH/NIGMS) [E] wrote:
> A non-scientist colleague has purchased a house with an electron 
> microscope in the basement.  She brought in the manual.  It is an RCA 
> EMU-4 owned by a George Christov.
> Any ideas of someone who wants this machine and could come take it 
> away?  Otherwise, instruction on how to properly dispose of it would 
> be welcome.
> thank you,
> Paula
> Paula F. Flicker, Ph.D.
> Program Director, NIGMS
> Building 45, Room 2AS.13H
> 45 Center Drive MSC 6200
> Bethesda, MD 20892-6200
> 301-594-0828
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