David William Dye
David William Dye FRS (1887–1932) was an English physicist who conducted much early work in, and proved the concept of, quartz clocks. Louis Essen joined Dye's research group at the National Physical Laboratory in 1929 and went on to develop practical clocks after Dye's death.
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