#7996 Overall Influence

Wallace H. Coulter

American electrical engineer

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Wallace H. Coulter was an American electrical engineer, inventor, and businessman. The best known of his 85 patents is the Coulter principle, which provides a method for counting and sizing microscopic particles suspended in fluid. His invention of the Coulter Counter made possible today's most common medical diagnostic test: the complete blood count . The Coulter principle is used in quality control of consumer products, such as chocolate and beer, paint and toners, and was even used to analyze moon dust.

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Georgia Institute of Technology
Georgia Institute of Technology

Public research university in Atlanta, Georgia, United States

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Westminster College
Westminster College

Private private liberal arts college in Fulton, Missouri, United States

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#326 World Rank #117 USA Rank
Engineering