Review of Scientific Instruments, 2001, V 72, N 8, August.


Collisions of ions with surfaces at chemically relevant energies: Instrumentation and phenomena Verena Grill, Jianwei Shen, Chris Evans, and R. Graham Cooks pp. 3149-3179

Effect of strain on temperature measurements using the fluorescence intensity ratio technique (with Nd3 + -and Yb3 + -doped silica fibers) S. A. Wade, S. F. Collins, G. W. Baxter, and G. Monnom pp. 3180-3185

Fiber optic sensor for dual measurement of temperature and strain using a combined fluorescence lifetime decay and fiber Bragg grating technique S. A. Wade, D. I. Forsyth, K. T. V. Grattan, and Q. Guofu pp. 3186-3190

First operation of circular dichroism measurements with periodic photon-helicity switching by a variably polarizing undulator at BL23SU at SPring-8 A. Agui, A. Yoshigoe, T. Nakatani, T. Matsushita, Y. Saitoh, A. Yokoya, H. Tanaka, Y. Miyahara, T. Shimada, M. Takeuchi, T. Bizen, S. Sasaki, M. Takao, H. Aoyagi, T. P. Kudo et al. pp. 3191-3197

Portable long trace profiler: Concept and solution Shinan Qian, Peter Takacs, Giovanni Sostero, and Daniele Cocco pp. 3198-3204

Atomic streak camera operating in the extreme ultraviolet J. B. M. Warntjes, A. Gürtler, A. Osterwalder, F. Rosca-Pruna, M. J. J. Vrakking, and L. D. Noordam pp. 3205-3207

Phase noise transfer in resonant optical cavities Joshua C. Bienfang, Russell F. Teehan, and Craig A. Denman pp. 3208-3214

Hyper-Rayleigh scattering in the Fourier domain for higher precision: Correcting for multiphoton fluorescence with demodulation and phase data Kurt Wostyn, Koen Binnemans, Koen Clays, and André Persoons pp. 3215-3220

Generation of circularly polarized light by superposition of coherent transition radiation in the millimeter wavelength region Yukio Shibata, Satoshi Sasaki, Kimihiro Ishi, Toshiharu Takahashi, Tomochika Matsuyama, and Katsuhei Kobayashi pp. 3221-3224

Optical signal coupling in microchannel plate detectors with a subnanosecond performance Peter Wurz and Reto Schletti pp. 3225-3229

High speed laser shadowgraphy for electromagnetically driven cylindrical implosions G. Rodriguez, J. P. Roberts, J. A. Echave, and A. J. Taylor pp. 3230-3236

Compensation of beam deflection due to the magnetic field using beam steering by aperture displacement technique in the multibeamlet negative ion source M. Hamabe, Y. Takeiri, K. Ikeda, Y. Oka, M. Osakabe, K. Tsumori, E. Asano, T. Kawamoto, O. Kaneko, and M. Tanaka pp. 3237-3244

A magnifying lens for velocity map imaging of electrons and ions H. L. Offerhaus, C. Nicole, F. Lépine, C. Bordas, F. Rosca-Pruna, and M. J. J. Vrakking pp. 3245-3248

Magnetic probe construction using thick-film technology H. Takahashi, S. Sakakibara, Y. Kubota, and H. Yamada pp. 3249-3259

New diagnostic method for monitoring plasma reactor walls: Multiple total internal reflection Fourier transform infrared surface probe Anna R. Godfrey, Saurabh J. Ullal, Linda B. Braly, Erik A. Edelberg, Vahid Vahedi, and Eray S. Aydil pp. 3260-3269

Compact collimated vacuum ultraviolet diagnostics for localized impurity measurements in fusion boundary plasmas V. A. Soukhanovskii, D. Stutman, M. Finkenthal, H. W. Moos, R. Kaita, and R. Majeski pp. 3270-3276

A Linux cluster for between-pulse magnetic equilibrium reconstructions and other processor bound analyses Q. Peng, R. J. Groebner, L. L. Lao, J. Schachter, D. P. Schissel, and M. R. Wade pp. 3277-3280

Closed-cycle refrigerator-cooled scanning SQUID microscope for room-temperature samples E. F. Fleet, S. Chatraphorn, F. C. Wellstood, L. A. Knauss, and S. M. Green pp. 3281-3290

A novel imaging x-ray microscope based on a spherical crystal M. Sanchez del Rio, L. Alianelli, T. A. Pikuz, and A. Ya. Faenov pp. 3291-3303

Quantitative comparison of three calibration techniques for the lateral force microscope Robert G. Cain, Mark G. Reitsma, Simon Biggs, and Neil W. Page pp. 3304-3312

A system for performing simultaneous in situ atomic force microscopy/optical microscopy measurements on electrode materials for lithium- ion batteries L. Y. Beaulieu, V. K. Cumyn, K. W. Eberman, L. J. Krause, and J. R. Dahn pp. 3313-3319

High performance feedback for fast scanning atomic force microscopes G. Schitter, P. Menold, H. F. Knapp, F. Allgöwer, and A. Stemmer pp. 3320-3327

Application of a one-port dielectric resonator for measurement of the intermodulation in high temperature superconducting films E. A. Vopilkin, A. N. Panin, A. E. Parafin, and S. A. Pavlov pp. 3328-3331

Selected error sources in resistance measurements on superconductors Valentín García-Vázquez, Neftalí Pérez-Amaro, A. Canizo-Cabrera, B. Cumplido-Espíndola, R. Martínez- Hernández, and M. A. Abarca-Ramírez pp. 3332-3339

Pulsed laser deposition system for producing oxide thin films at high temperature M. Orita, H. Ohta, H. Hiramatsu, M. Hirano, S. Den, M. Sasaki, T. Katagiri, H. Mimura, and H. Hosono pp. 3340-3343

A two magnetron sputter deposition chamber for in situ observation of thin film growth by synchrotron radiation scattering W. Matz, N. Schell, W. Neumann, J. Bøttiger, and J. Chevallier pp. 3344-3348

An improved selective excitation double Mössbauer spectrometer J. van Lierop and D. H. Ryan pp. 3349-3356

Application of a multichannel detection system to the high-resolution fast electron energy loss spectrometer Xiao-Jing Liu, Lin-Fan Zhu, Xi-Man Jiang, Zhen-Sheng Yuan, Bei Cai, Xiang-Jun Chen, and Ke-Zun Xu pp. 3357-3361

The miniature cylindrical mirror analyzer: A new tool for surface analysis K. Grzelakowski, K. L. Man, and M. S. Altman pp. 3362-3365

Development of a fast fiber-optic two-color pyrometer for the temperature measurement of surfaces with varying emissivities B. Müller and U. Renz pp. 3366-3374

A pulsed mixing valve for generating reactive complexes in a supersonic expansion Gary DeBoer, Piyush Patel, Amy Preszler Prince, and Mark A. Young pp. 3375-3379

An octopole electrodynamic balance for three-dimensional microparticle control F. Zheng, X. Qu, and E. J. Davis pp. 3380-3385

Multiple-ion-beam time-of-flight mass spectrometer Andreas Rohrbacher and Robert E. Continetti pp. 3386-3389

Particle acceleration for delivery deoxyribonucleic acid vaccine into skin in vivo Yu Xinglong, Zhang Xiwen, Wang Yuan, Xie Junshi, and Hao Pengfei pp. 3390-3395

Frequency domain instrument for measuring phosphorescence lifetime distributions in heterogeneous samples Sergei A. Vinogradov, Maria A. Fernandez-Searra, Benjamin W. Dugan, and David F. Wilson pp. 3396-3406

Retrofitted confocal laser scanner for a commercial inverted fluorescence microscope Chad E. Bigelow, Curtis J. Harkrider, David L. Conover, Thomas H. Foster, Irene Georgakoudi, Soumya Mitra, Michael G. Nichols, and Milind Rajadhyaksha pp. 3407-3410

Design of a three-component capacitive force transducer M. Cannella and F. Marinozzi pp. 3411-3417

An eight-channel pulse-shape comparator to discriminate signals from fast scintillation detectors Tulshi Bezboruah pp. 3418-3421

Facility to measure solar cell ac parameters using an impedance spectroscopy technique R. Anil Kumar, M. S. Suresh, and J. Nagaraju pp. 3422-3426

Convertible transmission-reflection time-domain terahertz spectrometer Max Khazan, Reinhold Meissner, and Ingrid Wilke pp. 3427-3430

Analytical correction for temperature and diode characteristics for application in a wide dynamic range logarithmic electrometer Y. B. Acharya pp. 3431-3434

A new high sensitivity magnetic system for microposition measurement Dong-June Choi and Soo Hyun Kim pp. 3435-3439

Displacement measurement based on Fourier transform method with external laser cavity modulation Ming Wang and Guanming Lai pp. 3440-3445

Demonstrating the achievement of lower temperatures with two-stage vortex tubes D. W. Guillaume and J. L. Jolly III pp. 3446-3448

Two-wire thermocouples: A nonlinear state estimation approach to temperature reconstruction Paul G. O'Reilly, Robert J. Kee, Robert Fleck, and Paul T. McEntee pp. 3449-3457

High temperature miniature oven with low thermal gradient for processing fiber Bragg gratings M. Fokine pp. 3458-3461

Capacitance thermometer for use at low temperatures and high magnetic fields T. P. Murphy, E. C. Palm, L. Peabody, and S. W. Tozer pp. 3462-3466


A self-calibrating programable mobility spectrometer for atmospheric ion measurements K. L. Aplin and R. G. Harrison pp. 3467-3469

Fabrication of tungsten micro-punch for micro-nozzles Hyung-Jun Lim, Young-Mo Lim, and Soo Hyun Kim pp. 3470-3472

A novel angular motion vacuum feedthrough D. Leneman and W. Gekelman pp. 3473-3474

A new scintillation-type time-of-flight anion detector Axel Pramann and Klaus Rademann pp. 3475-3476

Investigation of noise in a spectrometer system using a short-arc source M. Ebert and D. E. Aspnes pp. 3477-3479

Transformation of a classical voltage controlled oscillator into a voltage controlled quadrature sinusoidal oscillator J. Bayard and M. Ayachi p. 3480

Design of a hypersonic waterjet apparatus driven by high explosives Brandon L. Weeks, John Klosterman, and Paul N. Worsey pp. 3482-3484