Review of Scientific Instruments, 1998, V 69, N 10, October.


Phase measurement of light absorption and scatter in human tissue B. Chance, M. Cope, E. Gratton, N. Ramanujam, B. Tromberg pp. 3457-3481

An investigation of continuous-angle laser light scattering Kazunori Tsutsui, Keisuke Koya, Tadaya Kato pp. 3482-3486 Reflective optics for cosine-corrected irradiance measurements Carsten Oppitz, Wolfgang Heering pp. 3487-3490 Spatially resolved Stokes vector measurements Fredrick M. Cady, Duane Krings pp. 3491-3493 Interpretation of capillary generated spatial and angular distributions of x rays: Theoretical modeling and experimental verification using the European Synchrotron Radiation Facility Optical beam line L. Vincze, K. Janssens, F. Adams, A. Rindby, P. Engström pp. 3494-3503 The University of New Mexico/Sandia National Laboratories small-angle scattering laboratory Thomas P. Rieker, Paul F. Hubbard pp. 3504-3509 Theoretical analysis of electron cyclotron resonance x-ray sources R. Baskaran pp. 3510-3514 Silicon avalanche photodiodes as detectors for photon correlation experiments Ekkehard Overbeck, Christian Sinn, Ivo Flammer, Jaro Ri[(c, hacek)]ka pp. 3515-3523
A multidetection, multicoincidence spectrometer for (e,2e) and (e,3e) electron impact ionization measurements A. Duguet, A. Lahmam-Bennani, M. Lecas, B. El Marji pp. 3524-3536 Interdigital accelerating H structure in the multicharged ion linac V. A. Bomko, N. I. Demchuk, A. F. Dyachenko, A. F. Kobets, Yu. P. Mazalov, A. V. Pipa, B. I. Rudyak pp. 3537-3540
Application of capillary optics to neutron radiography K. M. Podurets, D. F. R. Mildner, V. A. Sharov pp. 3541-3546 Hot plasma production in quasisteady arc discharge for divertor plasma simulator A. A. Kabantsev, V. B. Reva, V. G. Sokolov pp. 3547-3550 Decay rate measurements in a negative ion rich plasma Kouichi Jimbo, Masashi Iima pp. 3551-3554 Application of high performance inverter circuit to plasma generation and heating in fusion devices Shinichi Watanabe, Yoshihiko Uesugi, Shigeyuki Ohsawa, Shuichi Takamura pp. 3555-3557
High-Q oscillator torque magnetometer R. D. Biggar, J. M. Parpia pp. 3558-3562 Precision sample rotator with active angular position readout for a superconducting quantum interference device susceptometer Anand Bhattacharya, M. T. Tuominen, A. M. Goldman pp. 3563-3567 A two-dimensional Couette viscometer for Langmuir monolayers R. S. Ghaskadvi, Michael Dennin pp. 3568-3572 Experimental investigation for the time-dependent effect in electrorheological fluids under time-regulated high pulse electric field Weijia Wen, D. W. Zheng, K. N. Tu pp. 3573-3576 Thermoelectric properties of the Au/Pt thermocouple Yong-Gyoo Kim, Kee Sool Gam, Kee Hoon Kang pp. 3577-3582
Compact low-energy electron microscope for surface imaging P. Adamec, E. Bauer, B. Lencová pp. 3583-3587 Atomic force microscopy improved resolution employing large scanning speeds: Effects of the double relaxation time O. Teschke, E. F. Souza pp. 3588-3592 A microcontroller-based system for piezoscanner nonlinearity correction: Atomic force microscope Geraldo Antônio Guerrera Cidade, Gilberto Weissmüller, Paulo Mascarello Bisch pp. 3593-3597 Nonintrusive rigid body tracking technique for dry particulate flows. Part I. Theoretical aspects Rajesh N. Dave, Bruce G. Bukiet pp. 3598-3605 Nonintrusive rigid body tracking technique for dry particulate flows. Part II. Practical aspects and implementation Rajesh N. Dave, J. Volcy, J. Agarwal, V. Gupta pp. 3606-3613 Large scanning area near field optical microscopy P. K. Wei, W. S. Fann pp. 3614-3617 Use of a nanoscale Kelvin probe for detecting wear precursors Derik DeVecchio, Bharat Bhushan pp. 3618-3624
Resistive and Hall weighting functions in three dimensions D. W. Koon, C. J. Knickerbocker pp. 3625-3627 Noncontact electrical resistivity measurement technique for molten metals Won-Kyu Rhim, Takehiko Ishikawa pp. 3628-3633 Automatic system for the direct and continuous measurement of the irreversibility line of high Tc superconductors L. E. Flores, C. Noda, C. Abascal, J. L. González pp. 3634-3636 Novel loop-gap probe head for time-resolved electron paramagnetic resonance at 9.5 GHz G. Elger, J. T. Törring, K. Möbius pp. 3637-3641 A far-ultraviolet contamination-irradiation facility for in situ reflectance measurements Steven R. Meier, June L. Tveekrem, Ritva A. M. Keski-Kuha pp. 3642-3644 A novel divided cell for quantitative Raman and resonance Raman spectroscopy Musilli M. Mitambo, Shuliang L. Zhang, Glen R. Loppnow pp. 3645-3648 Determination of the optical constants of thin films in the visible by static dispersive Fourier transform spectroscopy A. R. Harvey pp. 3649-3658 A novel approach for doping impurity in thin film in situ by dual-beam pulsed-laser deposition C. K. Ong, S. Y. Xu, W. Z. Zhou pp. 3659-3661 Apparatus for the laser-optical measurement of stress in thin films: Results on CuNi W. Brückner, H. Griessmann pp. 3662-3665 Development of a temperature-programed electron-stimulated desorption ion angular distribution/time-of-flight system for real-time observation of surface processes and its application to adsorbed layers on Ru(001) Takehiko Sasaki, Yasuhiro Iwasawa pp. 3666-3673
Apparatus for the detection and removal of vapor phase alkali species from coal-derived gases at high temperature and pressure P. G. Griffin, R. J. S. Morrison, A. Campisi, B. L. Chadwick pp. 3674-3677
Signal-to-noise improvement of bio-magnetic signals using a flux-gate probe and real time signal processing C. Dolabdjian, S. Saez, A. Reyes Toledo, D. Robbes pp. 3678-3680
Mechanical quality factors of fused silica resonators William J. Startin, Mark A. Beilby, Peter R. Saulson pp. 3681-3689
High Q tunable LC resonator operating at cryogenic temperature Michele Bonaldi, Paolo Falferi, Rita Dolesi, Massimo Cerdonio, Stefano Vitale pp. 3690-3694

Saturation in ``nonmagnetic'' stainless steel C. Weber, J. Fajans pp. 3695-3696 A demountable cryogenic feedthrough for plastic optical fibers J. S. Butterworth, C. R. Brome, P. R. Huffman, C. E. H. Mattoni, D. N. McKinsey, J. M. Doyle pp. 3697-3698 A compact Brewster-angle microscope for use in Langmuir–Blodgett deposition Gary Marshall, Michael Dennin, Charles M. Knobler pp. 3699-3700 A new method used in constructing a noise-immune trigger generator Xin Xin Wang, Zhuo Zhang pp. 3701-3702 Evaporation through a capillary allows electrically determined rate Lawrence R. Lawson pp. 3703-3704 Simple technique for the simultaneous measurements of the four-probe resistivity and the thermoelectric power G. T. Kim, J. G. Park, J. Y. Lee, H. Y. Yu, E. S. Choi, D. S. Suh, Y. S. Ha, Y. W. Park pp. 3705-3706