Talk:Russell Earl Marker

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What is Harry Ricardo's part in the development of the octane numbering system.? GraemeLeggett 11:25, 6 Apr 2005 (UTC)

This is completely heresay, so it belongs on this page: I know a quote from this guy, "time spent out of the lab is time wasted". If anyone could attribute this to him or someone else for sure, that'd be great. Pitt2 11:43, 26 November 2006 (UTC)

Move from "Russell Marker" to "Russell Earl Marker"[edit]

The move of this Wikipedia article (almost two years after its creation) without discussion on 7 February 2007 from "Russell Marker" to "Russell Earl Marker" was unwarranted and does not follow WP:NCP guidelines. Most articles about Russell Marker, refer to him as "Russell Marker", some articles refer to him as "Russell E. Marker" (the name he used on his scientific publications). This article should be renamed back to its original title "Russell Marker". 03:48, 15 February 2007 (UTC)

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Update External Link[edit]

I am the program coordinator of the ACS-National Historic Chemical Landmarks program. I have updated the references to ACS-NHCL web content, as those pages have been replaced by ( The old pages will be discontinued in the coming months. KLindblom (talk) 20:30, 5 June 2012 (UTC)