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Ronald Smith researched the titanium stylus electrode and the titanium-diamond interface of the RCA VideoDisc system.
Ronald T. Smith joined RCA Laboratories as a Research Technician in 1963 after receiving a BS in Physics from Moravian College of Bethlehem, Pa. He has studied as a part-time graduate student in the Department of Materials Science of the University of Pennsylvania completing three courses and the basis for a Masters Thesis. The Masters Thesis work has involved the solving of the crystal structure of YWO2CI. He is presently a member of the Materials Characterization Group specializing in single-crystal x-ray diffraction studies. This area includes Laue, Weissenberg, pole-figure, and diffractometry techniques as well as computer-related data reduction programming. He has recently concentrated on the means for the characterization and qualitative comparison of thin films.
- RCA 1982 Company Biography
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