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Biographical entry Dingle, John Henry Philliskirk (1909? - 1991)

Born
1909?
Died
9 April 1991
Occupation
Analytical chemist

Summary

John Henry P. Dingle was Chemist-in-charge of the Lismore laboratory of the Sydney Smelting Company, where he undertook pioneering work on the efficient microanalysis of organochlorine and organophosphate pesticide residues in meat and dairy products. After completing a Diploma in Metallurgy at the Sydney Technical College, Dingle worked as an Apprentice in an iron factory. He then joined Sydney Smelting Company in 1938 as an Assayer and Analytical Chemist and was subsequently transferred to their Tasmanian and North Queensland operations before joining the Lismore laboratory. Dingle was also a member of the Board of Tick Control, New South Wales Department of Agriculture from 1948.

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1937 - 1938
Career position - Assayer and Analytical Chemist at the Sydney Smelting Company
1938 - 1946
Career position - Head of the Tasmanian laboratory of the Sydney Smelting Company
1946 - 1948
Career position - In charge of ore the buying agency in North Queensland
1948 -
Career position - Member of the Board of Tick Control, New South Wales Department of Agriculture

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