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Published: 1/11/2010
Authors: Jay H Hendricks, Douglas A Olson
Abstract: The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Low Pressure Manometry Project maintains and operates primary standard ultrasonic interferometer manometers (UIMs) over the pressure range of 1 mPa to 360 kPa. Over the past decade a new type ...

2. A Low Differential-Pressure Primary Standard for the Range 1 Pa to 13 kPa
Published: 12/1/2005
Authors: A P. Miiller, Charles R. Tilford, Jay H Hendricks
Abstract: The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has completed the development of a low differential-pressure primary standard covering a range from 1 Pa to 13 kPa for operation with line pressures up to 200 kPa. The standard is based on a U ...

3. A New Low Temperature Chemical Vapor Deposition Technique For Growing Thin Films of Ti, TiN on Copper and TiO2, TixSiy on Silicon
Published: 12/1/1999
Authors: Jay H Hendricks, M I. Aquino-Class, Michael Russel Zachariah
Abstract: In this paper, we present a process which has the benefits of operating at lower temperatures than conventional CVD, that uses low cost precursors, and produces only environmentally benign byproducts. This new method fordepositing Ti, TiN, TiO^d2^, ...

4. Alloy 600 Aqueous Corrosion at Elevated Temperatures and Pressures: An in situ Raman Spectroscopic Investigation
Published: 1/1/2009
Authors: James E Maslar, Wilbur Scott Hurst, Walter J. Bowers Jr., Jay H Hendricks
Abstract: Alloy 600 coupons were exposed to air-saturated water at pressures of 15.65 MPa and 25.4 MPa and temperatures ranging from 21 C to 543 C in an optically accessible flow cell. In situ Raman spectra were collected at a number of temperatures, as the ...

5. Chemical Vapor Deposition of Metal and Ceramic Thin Films by Sodium Vapor Phase Reduction of Metal Halide Precursors
Published: 12/1/1998
Authors: Jay H Hendricks, Michael Russel Zachariah

6. Comparison measurements of low-pressure between a laser refractometer and ultrasonic manometer
Published: 5/13/2016
Authors: Patrick F Egan, Jack A Stone Jr., Jacob E Ricker, Jay H Hendricks
Abstract: We have developed a new low-pressure sensor which is based on the measurement of (nitrogen) gas refractivity inside a Fabry-Perot (FP) cavity. We compare pressure determinations via this laser refractometer to that of well-established ultrasonic man ...

7. Development of a New High-Stability Transfer Standard Based on Resonant Silicon Gauges for the Range 100 Pa - 130 kPa
Published: 4/20/2007
Authors: Jay H Hendricks, A P. Miiller
Abstract: The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has developed a new transfer standard capable of absolute-mode and differential-mode operation in the range 100 Pa to 130 kPa. This newly built transfer standard relies on resonant silicon ...

8. Effect of Dissolved Nitrogen Gas on the Density of Di-2-Ethylhexyl Sebacate: Working Fluid of the NIST Oil Ultrasonic Interferometer Manometer Pressure Standard
Published: 6/1/2009
Authors: Jay H Hendricks, Jacob R Ricker, Justin H Chow, Douglas A Olson
Abstract: The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Low Pressure Manometry Laboratory maintains national pressure standards ranging from 1 mPa to 360 kPa through the operation of four ultrasonic interferometer manometer (UIM) pressure standards ...

9. Faster, Better, Cheaper: New Automated Vacuum Calibration Service at NIST
Published: 10/1/2012
Authors: Jacob E Ricker, Jay H Hendricks, Douglas A Olson, Gregory F Strouse
Abstract: In today‰s fast-paced world and ever expanding quality assurance requirements, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has developed a system to fill the need for faster, better, and cheaper low pressure calibrations (0.65 Pa to 130 ...

10. In Search of Better Pressure Standards
Published: 8/1/2014
Authors: Jay H Hendricks, Jacob E Ricker, Patrick F Egan, Gregory F Strouse
Abstract: Based on highly accurate optical interferometry and fundamental quantum calculations, researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in the US are developing an improved definition of the SI unit for pressure that will consi ...

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