Review of Scientific Instruments, 2001, V 72, N 7, July.


High resolution nonlinear microscopy: A review of sources and methods for achieving optimal imaging Jeff Squier and Michiel Müller pp. 2855-2867

High-order laser harmonics detection in the EUV and soft x-ray spectral regions Luca Poletto, Giuseppe Tondello, and Paolo Villoresi Time-resolved gain-spectrum measurement scheme using two potential laser media and a streak camera Shimamura, Tsuguo Fukuda, Masahiro Hirano, and Hideo Hosono pp. 2875-2878 Ultrastable laser array at 633 nm for real-time dimensional metrology John Lawall, J. Marc Pedulla, and Yann Le Coq pp. 2879-2888 Development of an infrared absorption measurement method using the photothermal deflection effect of thallium bromide iodide (KRS-5): Measurement with a stepped-scan Fourier transform infrared spectrometer Hideyuki Minato and Yoshinari Ishido pp. 2889-2892
Mass-selective resonance ion ejection from the external quadrupole static attraction ion trap Hidefumi Hiura and Toshihiko Kanayama pp. 2893-2899 On the combination of a linear field free trap with a time-of-flight mass spectrometer Alfonz Luca, Stephan Schlemmer, Ivo Cermák, and Dieter Gerlich pp. 2900-2908 Noninvasive measurement of electron-beam size with diamagnetic loops Carl Ekdahl pp. 2909-2914 An ion gating, bunching, and potential re-referencing unit C. J. Dedman, E. H. Roberts, S. T. Gibson, and B. R. Lewis pp. 2915-2922 A theoretical study of the effects of insulators on electron transport through electrostatic tube lenses T. G. Anderson, B. G. Birdsey, S. M. Woeher, M. A. Rosenberry, and T.J. Gay pp. 2923-2925
Passive external radio frequency filter for Langmuir probes A. E. Wendt pp. 2926-2930 Multichannel motional Stark effect diagnostic discriminating radial electric field in the JFT-2M tokamak K. Kamiya, H. Kimura, K. Hoshino, N. Isei, H. Kawashima, H. Ogawa, T. Ogawa, K. Tsuzuki, and K. Uehara , (JFT-2M Group ) pp. 2931-2935 Energetic ion loss diagnostic for the Wendelstein 7-AS stellarator D. S. Darrow, A. Werner, and A. Weller pp. 2936-2942 X-ray crystal spectroscopy with stationary-state single-crystal utilizing Laue diffraction Kazumasa Honda, Tadayuki Ohchi, Isao Kojima, and Shigeki Hayashi pp. 2943-2947 Temporal parameters of the X-pinch x-ray source D. B. Sinars, S. A. Pikuz, T. A. Shelkovenko, K. M. Chandler, and D. A. Hammer pp. 2948-2956 Versatile beam calorimeter with a heat flux sensor N. Kudomi, T. Itahashi, K. Takahisa, S. Yoshida, and M. Komori pp. 2957-2960 High density gas jet nozzle design for laser target production S. Semushin and V. Malka pp. 2961-2965
Total-reflection x-ray microscopy H. Jibaoui, D. Erre, and J. Cazaux pp. 2966-2970 Low-temperature noncontact atomic-force microscope with quick sample and cantilever exchange mechanism N. Suehira, Y. Tomiyoshi, Y. Sugawara, and S. Morita pp. 2971-2976 Development of an ultrahigh vacuum scanning tunneling microscope cooled by superfluid 4He Y. Kondo, E. T. Foley, T. Amakusa, N. Shibata, S. Chiba, M. Iwatsuki, and H. Tokumoto pp. 2977-2983 New method for the calibration of three-dimensional atom-probe mass spectra Jason T. Sebastian, Olof C. Hellman, and David N. Seidman pp. 2984-2988 Cryogenic scanning tunneling microscope for quantum dot spectroscopy T. H. Chang, C. H. Yang, M. J. Yang, and J. B. Dottellis pp. 2989-2995
3[omega] method for specific heat and thermal conductivity measurements L. Lu, W. Yi, and D. L. Zhang pp. 2996-3003 Calibrating an ellipsometer using x-ray reflectivity Andrew Richter, Rodney Guico, and Jin Wang pp. 3004-3007 Application of a high speed, low temperature infrared pyrometer in pulsed power experiments David Partouche-Sebban, David B. Holtkamp, R. Richard Bartsch, Huan Lee, and Gerald G. Schmitt pp. 3008-3012 Titanium sample holder for small-angle x-ray scattering measurements of supercritical aqueous solutions Takeshi Morita, Kouhei Kusano, Keiko Nishikawa, Hiroshi Miyagi, Yuji Shimokawa, and Hitoshi Matsuo pp. 3013-3018 Apparatus for low-frequency study of high-loss dielectrics P. Janik, L. Tomawski, and J. Ziolo pp. 3019-3024 Conducting fluid dynamics experiments with vertically falling soap films M. A. Rutgers, X. L. Wu, and W. B. Daniel pp. 3025-3037 Development of an automated gas adsorption apparatus for the characterization of the surface area, pore size distribution, and density of powdered materials Alexander Badalyan, Phillip Pendleton, and Hua Wu pp. 3038-3045
Design of a high-pressure single pulse shock tube for chemical kinetic investigations R. S. Tranter, K. Brezinsky, and D. Fulle pp. 3046-3054 Surface plasmon resonance enhanced optical absorption spectroscopy for studying molecular adsorbates S. Wang, S. Boussaad, and N. J. Tao pp. 3055-3060
Design and development of a rapid acquisition laser-based fluorometer with simultaneous spectral and temporal resolution Jonathan D. Pitts and Mary-Ann Mycek pp. 3061-3072 A quadrature excitation coil for longitudinally detected electron spin resonance Frank Resmer, Ian Nicholson, and James M. S. Hutchison pp. 3073-3078 Near-infrared light transcutaneous telemetry system having an implantable transmitter driven by external laser irradiation Kazuya Goto, Tetsuya Nakagawa, Osamu Nakamura, and Satoshi Kawata pp. 3079-3085
Precision alignment of the LIGO 4 km arms using the dual-frequency differential global positioning system W. E. Althouse, S. D. Hand, L. K. Jones, A. Lazzarini, and R. Weiss pp. 3086-3094
Multipactor experiment on a dielectric surface R. B. Anderson, W. D. Getty, M. L. Brake, Y. Y. Lau, R. M. Gilgenbach, and A. Valfells pp. 3095-3099
Fiber optic interferometry for precision measurement of the voltage and frequency dependence of the displacement of piezoelectric tubes F. Chen and U. Mohideen pp. 3100-3102 A practical and inexpensive design for measuring the radiation patterns and luminescent spectra of optoelectronic devices Ching Hwa Ho pp. 3103-3107 Measurement of impulse response of for cetransducers Yusaku Fujii pp. 3108-3111 Lightweight long-hold-time Dewar D. J. Fixsen, E. S. Cheng, T. M. Crawford, S. S. Meyer, G. W. Wilson, E. S. Oh, and E. H. Sharp III pp. 3112-3120 Time-sharing utilization of a high-power pulsed-laser diode for inducing damage and for detecting its threshold level with high sensitivity Atsushi Yarai, Atsushi Hirai, Hirotaka Murahashi, and Takuji Nakanishi pp. 3121-3124

A simple and fast transimpedance amplifier for microchannel plate detectors P. Schwartze, H. Baumgärtel, and C. G. Eisenhardt pp. 3125-3126 A new mass-detecting capillary viscometer S. Shin, S. W. Lee, and D. Y. Keum pp. 3127-3128 Apparatus for the rapid measurement of electrical transport properties for both "needle-like" and bulk materials A. L. Pope, R. T. Littleton IV, and Terry M. Tritt pp. 3129-3131 Switchable fiber coupling using variable-focal-length microlenses P. J. Smith, C. M. Taylor, E. M. McCabe, D. R. Selviah, S. E. Day, and L. G. Commander pp. 3132-3134