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Linn Bradley (died circa 1957), US chemical engineer. Bradley worked on industrial electrolysis techniques for the Research Corporation (founded 1912) in New York. He was Chief Engineer there until resigning in 1919 to become a consultant. His main work was on what was called the Cottrell Process. Invented by Research Corporation founder Frederick Gardner Cottrell, this involved the use of electrostatic precipitator technology to remove pollution from industrial processes. Bradley's journal publications included 'Practical Applications of Electrical Precipitation and Progress of the Research Corporation' (1915). Photographed circa 1900.
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