Review of Scientific Instruments, 1998, V 69, N 7, July.



 Spectral brightness and other improvements
 to the tunable ArF excimer laser
 R. Jeffrey Balla, R. C. Hart
 pp. 2591-2594

 Digital signal processing technique for
 white light based sensing systems
 P. A. S. Jorge, L. A. Ferreira, J. L. Santos
 pp. 2595-2602

 Reference reconvolution analysis by phase
 plane method
 Eugene G. Novikov
 pp. 2603-2610

 On the gain media uniformity in controlled
 expansion cooled high gain recombination x-ray lasers
 Ruxin Li, Zhengquan Zhang, Pinzhong Fan, Lingqing Zhang, Zhizhan Xu
 pp. 2611-2617

 An in situ x-ray absorption spectroscopic
 cell for high temperature gas-flow measurements
 George Meitzner, Simon R. Bare, Deborah Parker, Hyung Woo, 
 Daniel A. Fischer
 pp. 2618-2621

 Electron paramagnetic resonance detection
 by time-locked subsampling
 James S. Hyde, Hassane S. Mchaourab, Theodore G. Camenisch, Joseph J.
 Ratke, Robert W. Cox, W. Froncisz
 pp. 2622-2628

Acceleration-field calculation for a structure-based laser-driven linear accelerator Y. C. Huang, R. L. Byer pp. 2629-2632 Instrumentation for time-resolved electron diffraction spanning the time domain from microseconds to picoseconds Vladimir A. Lobastov, John D. Ewbank, Lothar Schäfer, Anatoli A. Ischenko pp. 2633-2643 Low energy solid intense ion beams extracted by electron beam evaporation ion source for material modifications Y. C. Feng, S. P. Wong pp. 2644-2646 A reliable calibration method based on ion current measurement for an electron beam transition metal deposition source E. T. Bullock, S. T. Coyle, G. G. Hembree, M. R. Scheinfein pp. 2647-2650
Construction and operation of parallel electric and magnetic field spectrometers for mass/energy resolved multi-ion charge exchange diagnostics on the Tokamak Fusion Test Reactor S. S. Medley, A. L. Roquemore pp. 2651-2662 Fast scanning probe for tokamak plasmas J. Boedo, D. Gray, L. Chousal, R. Conn, B. Hiller, K. H. Finken pp. 2663-2670 Ion flux measurements with the improved collector probe system at the TEXTOR-94 tokamak D. Larsson, M. Rubel pp. 2671-2674 High-speed multishot pellet injector prototype for the Frascati Tokamak Upgrade A. Frattolillo, S. Migliori, F. Scaramuzzi, G. Angelone, M. Baldarelli, M. Capobianchi, P. Cardoni, C. Domma, L. Mori, G. Ronci pp. 2675-2680 Plasma measurements with triple and single probes in an asymmetrical parallel plate rf plasma reactor Takashi Kubo, Hiroaki Kawata, Kenji Murata pp. 2681-2684
A compact fluorescence and polarization near-field scanning optical microscope G. Merritt, E. Monson, E. Betzig, R. Kopelman pp. 2685-2690 Design, operation, and housing of an ultrastable, low temperature, ultrahigh vacuum scanning tunneling microscope J. H. Ferris, J. G. Kushmerick, J. A. Johnson, M. G. Yoshikawa Youngquist, R. B. Kessinger, H. F. Kingsbury, P. S. Weiss pp. 2691-2695 New and versatile ultrahigh vacuum scanning tunneling microscope for film growth experiments M. Wilms, M. Schmidt, G. Bermes, K. Wandelt pp. 2696-2703 One and two dimensional space scannings of x-ray beams by diffraction on surface acoustic waves: Application to x-ray imaging R. Tucoulou, M. Brunel, D. V. Roshchupkin, I. A. Schelokov pp. 2704-2707 A superconducting probehead applicable for nuclear magnetic resonance microscopy at 7 T F. Odoj, E. Rommel, M. v. Kienlin, A. Haase pp. 2708-2712
An instrument for in situ growth rate characterization of mechanically strained crystals A. M. Zikic, R. I. Ristic, J. N. Sherwood pp. 2713-2719 In situ measurements of the solubility of crystals under high pressure by an interferometric method Yoshihisa Suzuki, Tsutomu Sawada, Satoru Miyashita, Hiroshi Komatsu pp. 2720-2724 Computer-controlled apparatus for Young's modulus measurements as a function of temperature J. Bayard, T. Philippe, J. Grenet pp. 2725-2731 Solubility of solids in supercritical fluids from the measurements of the dielectric constant: Application to CO2–naphthalene A. Hourri, J. M. St-Arnaud, T. K. Bose pp. 2732-2737 High-pressure cell for neutron scattering under cryogenic temperature and high magnetic field: The Osaka–Kyoto cell Fujitsugu Amita, Akifumi Onodera pp. 2738-2741 A miniature capacitance dilatometer for thermal expansion and magnetostriction M. Rotter, H. Müller, E. Gratz, M. Doerr, M. Loewenhaupt pp. 2742-2746 Spot welder for making small electrical contacts I. R. Walker, C. J. Moss pp. 2747-2756
A combined high-pressure reaction cell-ultrahigh vacuum chamber with sample transfer system T. A. Jachimowski, J. Lauterbach pp. 2757-2761
Three dimensional single-particle tracking with nanometer resolution Inge M. Peters, Bart G. de Grooth, Juleon M. Schins, Carl G. Figdor, Jan Greve pp. 2762-2766
Technique for measurement of the noise of a sensor in the presence of large background signals Aaron Barzilai, Tom VanZandt, Tom Kenny pp. 2767-2772 Operation of an 8 m suspended Michelson interferometer C. Zhao, M. Notcutt, L. Ju, D. Blair pp. 2773-2776 Eddy current damping of high Q pendulums in gravitational wave detection experiments G. Cagnoli, L. Gammaitoni, J. Kovalik, F. Marchesoni, M. Punturo pp. 2777-2780 Improved low frequency seismic noise isolation system for gravitational wave detectors Z. B. Zhou, S. H. Fan, F. Long, J. Luo pp. 2781-2784 Lobster-eye all-sky monitors: A comparison of one- and two-dimensional designs A. Peele, W. Zhang pp. 2785-2793 Novel array antenna for mobile and satellite communications with an omnidirectional radiation pattern Ranjit Singh pp. 2794-2795
A pseudorandom pink noise for the computer-based measurements of linear responses Tohru Kinugawa, Katsumi Sakurai, Takahisa Mitsui pp. 2796-2801

Optical access to the large volume, high pressure environment R. A. Secco, P. S. Balog pp. 2802-2803 Transfer of samples between separated ultrahigh vacuum instruments for semiconductor surface studies P. Ji[(r, hacek)]í[(c, hacek)]ek, M. Cukr, V. Kola[(r, hacek)]ík, S. Koc pp. 2804-2805 High repetition inboard launch of hydrogen pellets P. T. Lang, P. Cierpka pp. 2806-2807 The simple spot-welding apparatus Takeshi Hiraoka pp. 2808-2809