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Gary Huestis

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Gary M. Huestis is a researcher at the Idaho National Laboratory Advanced Test Reactor complex specializing in chemical and radiation measurements. He has prepared radiological smears, water samples from the reactor and ethylene glycol bubbler samples from the Safety & Tritium Applied Research (STAR) Facility for scintillation counting for tritium analysis and occasional nickel 63 screening analyses. He has provided occasional assistance to other chemists with respect to precipitation preparation, centrifugation, pipetting, glassware preparation, radiological filter and filtration preparation and sample labeling. He has assisted in three laboratory moves between ATR Complex and Central Facilities Area (CFA) and between the old facility and the new building at ATR Complex. He holds bachelor’s degrees in geology and zoology from University of Montana.


​B.A., Geology - University of Montana

B.A., Zoology - University of Montana


​Remote laser Diffraction PSD Analyser, describes remote application of a laser diffraction particle size distribution analyzer; External Report – INEEL/EXT-2000-479.


​Excellence Award for support of the chemical and physical analysis of LDUA samples, 1999.

Excellence Award for coordinating the analytical measurements needed for the Rover Deactivation Project for safeguards and security closeout, 1997.

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