Krit occupied two different sites during its history, the first one it took over from the Blomstrom car and in 1911 moved to the works that had been used by R. M. Owen & Company who had moved to become Owen Magnetic.
The cars were conventional 4 cylinder models and many were exported to Europe and Australia. The outbreak of World War I seriously damaged the company and it failed in 1915. A few cars were subsequently assembled from left over parts.
Protein-Cofactor Interactions in Bacterial Reaction Centers from Rhodobacter sphaeroides R-26: I. Identification of the ENDOR Lines Associated with the Hydrogen Bonds to the Primary Quinone Q^sup .-^^sub A^
May 01, 2006; ABSTRACT Hydrogen bonds are important in determining the structure and function of biomolecules. Of particular interest are...