Review of Scientific Instruments, 2001, V 72, N 3, March.


Resolution limits for infrared microspectroscopy explored with synchrotron radiation G. L. Carr pp. 1613-1619 A brilliant infrared light source at BESSY W. B. Peatman and U. Schade pp. 1620-1624 Simultaneous elemental analysis system using laser induced breakdown spectroscopy Doug Body and Bruce L. Chadwick pp. 1625-1629 Phase modulation at 125 kHz in a Michelson interferometer using an inexpensive piezoelectric stack driven at resonance Barbara M. Hoeling, Andrew D. Fernandez, Richard C. Haskell, and Daniel C. Petersen pp. 1630-1633 Fast microchannel plate detector with an impedance matched anode in suspended substrate technology Reto Schletti, Peter Wurz, Stefan Scherer, and Oswald H. Siegmund pp. 1634-1639 Tunable subnanosecond pulse generation in a dye laser using overlapped pump pulses Andrey Delev, Margarita Deneva, Marin Nenchev, Elena Stoykova, and Dimitar Slavov pp. 1640-1648
Performance characterization of twisted undulator A. V. Smirnov pp. 1649-1656 Glass slits for collimating particle beams A. Ballard and K. Bonin pp. 1657-1659 Third-generation plasma immersion ion implanter for biomedical materials and research P. K. Chu, B. Y. Tang, L. P. Wang, X. F. Wang, S. Y. Wang, and N.Huang pp. 1660-1665 Effect of discharge microwave frequency on electron temperature of electron cyclotron resonance plasma Y. Kawai, T. Suzuki, T. Saburi, and Y. Fujii pp. 1666-1667
Tangential x-ray imaging system for analysis of the small-scale modes in the T-10 tokamak P. V. Savrukhin and I. V. Klimanov pp. 1668-1671 Microwave interferometer for steady-state plasmas Earl E. Scime, Robert F. Boivin, John L. Kline, and Matthew M. Balkey pp. 1672-1676 X-ray transmission through a plasma window B. T. Pinkoski, I. Zacharia, A. Hershcovitch, E. D. Johnson, and D. P. Siddons pp. 1677-1679 A laser photodetachment technique for the measurement of H- in a high frequency traveling wave discharge F. M. Dias, E. Tatarova, H. Crespo, and C. M. Ferreira pp. 1680-1687
The fabrication of reproducible superconducting scanning tunneling microscope tips O. Naaman, W. Teizer, and R. C. Dynes pp. 1688-1690 An apertureless near-field scanning optical microscope and its application to surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy and multiphoton fluorescence imaging Linda T. Nieman, Gerhard M. Krampert, and Robert E. Martinez pp. 1691-1699 The extended surface forces apparatus. Part I. Fast spectral correlation interferometry M. Heuberger pp. 1700-1707 An add-on secondary electron energy spectrometer for scanning electron microscopes A. Khursheed and N. Karuppiah pp. 1708-1714
Neutron confinement cell for investigating complex fluids Tonya L. Kuhl, Gregory S. Smith, Jacob N. Israelachvili, Jaroslaw Majewski, and William Hamilton pp. 1715-1720 High-pressure vessel for elastic and inelastic x-ray diffraction experiments for liquids over a wide temperature range Shinya Hosokawa and Wolf-Christian Pilgrim pp. 1721-1728 Measuring surface deformations in magnetic fluid by radioscopy Reinhard Richter and Jürgen Bläsing pp. 1729-1733 Spectrometer for stochastic solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy O. Hirsch, G. Scheler, and C. Jäger pp. 1734-1741 Dual rotating-compensator multichannel ellipsometer: Instrument development for high-speed Mueller matrix spectroscopy of surfaces and thin films Joungchel Lee, Joohyun Koh, and R. W. Collins pp. 1742-1754 High-temperature goniometer for thin film growth and ion scattering studies M. Lippmaa, T. Furumochi, S. Ohashi, M. Kawasaki, H. Koinuma, T.Satoh, T. Ishida, and H. Nagasawa pp. 1755-1759 Calibration of a helical resonator for microwave dielectric and conductivity measurements of metals K. J. Song and T. G. Castner pp. 1760-1769 Description of the parallel thermal conductance technique for the measurement of the thermal conductivity of small diameter samples Bartosz M. Zawilski, Roy T. Littleton IV, and Terry M. Tritt pp. 1770-1774 A computer-controlled apparatus for performing pressure-composition-temperature measurements on metal hydrides with protium, deuterium, and tritium A. Nobile, H. T. Bach, J. Romero, and R. W. Basinger pp. 1775-1780 Inelastic electron tunneling spectroscopy measurements using adjustable oxide- free tunnel junctions Darin T. Zimmerman and Glenn Agnolet pp. 1781-1787 Surface potential measurements of electron-irradiated insulators using backscattered and secondary electron spectra from an electrostatic toroidal spectrometer adapted for scanning electron microscope applications O. Jbara, M. Belhaj, S. Odof, K. Msellak, E. I. Rau, and M. V.Andrianov pp. 1788-1795 A new Bragg reflection detection instrument for ultrasonic measurement based on self-mixing effects for laser diode Atsushi Yarai and Takuji Nakanishi pp. 1796-1799 Estimating the model parameters of deep-level transient spectroscopy data using a combined wavelet/singular value decomposition Prony method N. H. Younan, H. S. Lee, and M. S. Mazzola pp. 1800-1805
Ultrahigh vacuum high-pressure reaction system for 2-infrared 1-visible sum frequency generation studies K. Y. Kung, P. Chen, F. Wei, G. Rupprechter, Y. R. Shen, and G. A.Somorjai pp. 1806-1809
Computer-generated holographic optical tweezer arrays Eric R. Dufresne, Gabriel C. Spalding, Matthew T. Dearing, Steven A. Sheets, and David G. Grier pp. 1810-1816 A parallel-detection frequency-domain near-infrared tomography system for hemoglobin imaging of the breast in vivo Troy O. McBride, Brian W. Pogue, Shudong Jiang, Ulf L. Österberg, and Keith D. Paulsen pp. 1817-1824 A calibration system of O2 consumption and CO2 production for premature infants Shih-Ching Lin, Ching-Hsing Luo, and Tsu-Fuh Yeh pp. 1825-1830 High-speed, high-sensitivity aerosol fluorescence spectrum detection using a 32-anode photomultiplier tube detector Yong-le Pan, Patrick Cobler, Scott Rhodes, Alexander Potter, Tim Chou, Stephen Holler, Richard K. Chang, Ronald G. Pinnick, and Jean-Pierre Wolf pp. 1831-1836 Pulse saturation recovery, pulse ELDOR, and free induction decay electron paramagnetic resonance detection using time-locked subsampling W. Froncisz, Theodore G. Camenisch, Joseph J. Ratke, and James S. Hyde pp. 1837-1842
LIGA for lobster: First observation of lobster-eye focusing from lithographically produced optics Andrew G. Peele, Thomas H. K. Irving, Keith A. Nugent, Derrick C. Mancini, Todd R. Christenson, Rob Petre, Steven P. Brumby, and William C. Priedhorsky pp. 1843-1849 The hot carbon, oxygen, and nitrogen echelle spectrograph Rémy Indebetouw, Ryan McLean, Erik Wilkinson, James Green, and Matthew Beasley pp. 1850-1857
On 30 MHz TE11 mode piston attenuator R. Swarup, J. R. Anand, and P. S. Negi pp. 1858-1861 Development of a Blumlein based on helical line storage elements V. P. Singal, B. S. Narayan, K. Nanu, and P. H. Ron pp. 1862-1868 High power continuous wave microwave system at 3.7 GHz D. Bora, S. Dani, S. Gangopadhyay, B. Jadav, M. Jha, B. R. Kadia, P. L. Khilar, S. V. Kulkarni, M. Kushwah, A. P. Patel, K. G. Parmar, K. M. Parmar, P. Parmar, K. Rajnish, S. Raghuraj et al. pp. 1869-1875 An ac method for the precise measurement of Q-factor and resonance frequency of a microwave cavity B. Nebendahl, D.-N. Peligrad, M. Po [z-hacek] ek, A. Dul [c-hacek] i [c-acute] , and M. Mehring pp. 1876-1881 Radio-frequency based monitoring of small supercurrents E. Il'ichev, V. Zakosarenko, L. Fritzsch, R. Stolz, H. E. Hoenig, H.-G. Meyer, M. Götz, A. B. Zorin, V. V. Khanin, A. B. Pavolotsky, and J. Niemeyer pp. 1882-1887 A phase-locked loop S. M. Shahruz pp. 1888-1892
Laser-driven in-tube accelerator Akihiro Sasoh pp. 1893-1898 Novel laser flash technique to measure thermal effusivity of highly viscous liquids at high temperature Hiromichi Ohta, Hiroyuki Shibata, Atsushi Suzuki, and Yoshio Waseda pp. 1899-1903 Method for the determination of frequency response and signal to noise ratio for constant-temperature hot-wire anemometers J. Weiss, H. Knauss, and S. Wagner pp. 1904-1909 Ultrasonic detection of atmospheric humidity variations R. Giles Harrison pp. 1910-1913 Piezoelectrically driven rotator for use in high magnetic fields at low temperatures E. Ohmichi, S. Nagai, Y. Maeno, T. Ishiguro, H. Mizuno, and T.Nagamura pp. 1914-1917

Simple method for estimating linear attenuation coefficients from x-ray diffraction tomography data K. M. Pavlov, C. M. Kewish, J. R. Davis, and M. J. Morgan pp. 1918-1920 Resonant markers for noninvasive,three-dimensional dynamic bone histomorphometry with x-ray microtomography J. H. Kinney and J. T. Ryaby pp. 1921-1923