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The Journal of Research of NIST reports NIST research and development in metrology and related fields of: physical science, engineering, applied mathematics, statistics, biotechnology, information technology.

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Volume 101

 ISSN: 1044-677X

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Issue 1 January-February 1996


An International Marine-Atmospheric 222-Rn Measurement Intercomparison in Bermuda Part I: NIST Calibration and Methodology for Standardized Sample Additions, p. 1
R. Colle, M. P. Unterweger, P. A. Hodge, and J. M. R. Hutchinson

An International Marine-Atmospheric 222-Rn Measurement Intercomparison in Bermuda Part II: Results for the Participating Laboratories, p. 21
R. Colle, M. P. Unterweger, J. M. R. Hutchinson, S. Whittlestone, Georges Polian, Benedicte Ardouin, Jack G. Kay, James P. Friend, Byron W. Blomquist, Wolfgang Nadler, Thomas T. Dang, R. J. Larsen, an A. R. Hutter

Theory of Electron Beam Moire, p. 47
David R. Read and James W. Dally

50th Calorimetry Conference- Conference Report, p. 63
Eugene S. Domalski, Robert N. Goldberg, and Patrick A. G. O'Hare

Second Workshop on Industrial Applications of Scanned Probe Microscopy, p. 69
John A. Dagata, Alain C. Diebold, C. K. Ken Shih, and Richard J. Colton

International Workshop on Instrumented Indentation, p. 77
Douglas T. Smith

Manufacturing Technology Conference: Toward a Common Agenda, p. 83
David C. Stieren

Workshop on Planning for Compound Semiconductor Technology, p. 89
Herbert S. Bennett

News Briefs, p. 95

Issue 2 March-April 1996


The NIST Detector-Based Luminous Intensity Scale, p. 109
C. L. Cromer, G. Eppeldauer, J. E. Hardis, T. C. Larason, Y. Ohno, and A. C. Parr

The NIST High Accuracy Scale for Absolute Spectral Response from 406 nm to 920 nm, p. 133
T. C. Larason, S. S. Bruce, and C. L. Cromer

Irradiance of Horizontal Quartz-Halogen Standard Lamps, p. 141
Edward A. Early and Ambler Thompson

Development of the Ion Exchange-Gravimetric Method for Sodium in Serum as a Definitive Method, p. 155
John R. Moody and Thomas W. Vetter

The MasPar MP-1 As a Computer Arithmetic Laboratory, p. 165
Michael A. Anuta, Daniel W. Lozier, and Peter R. Turner

Evidence That Voltage Rather Than Resistance is Quantized in Breakdown of the Quantum Hall Effect, p. 175
M. E. Cage

News Briefs, p. 181

Issue 3 May-June 1996


Front Cover–Title Page–Contents
CRYSTMET–The NRCC Metals Crystallographic Data File, p. 205
Gordon H. Wood, John R. Rodgers, S. Roger Gough, and Pierre Villars

Inorganic Crystal Structure Database (ICSD) and Standardized Data and Crystal Chemical Characterization of Inorganic Structure Types (TYPIX)–Two Tools for Inorganic Chemists and Crystallographers, p. 217
Ekkehard Fluck

Evaluation of Crystallographic Data with the Program DIAMOND, p. 221
Guenther Bergerhoff, Michael Berndt, and Klaus Brandenburg

The Cambridge Structural Database (CSD): Current Activities and Future Plans, p. 227
David G. Watson

The Protein Data Bank: Current Status and Future Challenges, p. 231
Enrique E. Abola, Nancy O. Manning, Jaime Prilusky, David R. Stampf, and Joel L. Sussman

The Nucleic Acid Database: Present and Future, p. 243
Helen M. Berman, Anke Gelbin, Lester Clowney, Shu-Hsin Hsieh, Christine Zardecki, and John Westbrook

The Powder Diffraction File: Past, Present, and Future, p. 259
Deane K. Smith and Ron Jenkins

NIST Crystallographic Databases for Research and Analysis, p. 273
Alan D. Mighell and Vicky Lynn Karen

Conventional and Eccentric Uses of Crystallographic Databases in Practical Materials Identification Problems, p. 281
James A. Kaduk

Using NIST Crystal Data Within Siemens Software for Four-Circle and SMART CCD Diffractometers, p. 295
Susan K. Byram, Charles F. Campana, James Fait, and Robert A. Sparks

Phase Identification in a Scanning Electron Microscope Using Backscattered Electron Kikuchi Patterns, p. 301
R. P. Goehner and J. R. Michael

The Biological Macromolecule Crystallization Database and NASA Protein Crystal Growth Archive, p. 309
Gary L. Gilliland, Michael Tung, and Jane Ladner

Investigations of the Systematics of Crystal Packing Using the Cambridge Structural Database, p. 321
Carolyn Pratt Brock

Troublesome Crystal Structures: Prevention, Detection, and Resolution, p. 327
Richard L. Harlow

CIF (Crystallographic Information File): A Standard for Crystallographic Data Interchange, p. 341
I. D. Brown

The Role of Journals in Maintaining Data Integrity: Checking of Crystal Structure Data in Acta Crystallograhpica, p. 347
Brian McMahon

Electronic Publishing and the Journals of the American Chemical Society, p. 357
Jeffrey D. Spring and Lorrin R. Garson

How the Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre Obtains its Information, p. 361
David G. Watson

Data Import and Validation in the Inorganic Crystal Structure Database, p. 365
H. Behrens

World Wide Web for Crystallography, p. 375
H. D. Flack

Workshop Highlights, p. 381
Karen, V.L.; Mighell, A.

Workshop on Characterizing Diamond Films IV- Conference Report, p. 383
Albert Feldmann, Ajay P. Malshe, and John E. Graebner

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