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191. The Effects of Thin Films on Interferometric Step Height Measurements
T. McWaid, Theodore Vincent Vorburger, J. F. Song, Deane Chandler-Horowitz
192. Upgraded Facility for Multilayer Mirror Characterization at NIST, ed. by N.M. Ceglio
R N. Watts, D L Ederer, R Deslattes, Thomas B Lucatorto, W T Estler, C J Evans, Theodore Vincent Vorburger
193. Implementation of the Surface Roughness Instrument (SRI) Controller
NIST Interagency/Internal Report (NISTIR)
Howard T Moncarz, Theodore Vincent Vorburger
This document describes the implementation specifics of the surface roughness instrument (SRI) controller program. The SRI is part of the inspection workstation (IWS) in the Automated Manufacturing Research Facility (AMRF) in the Center for Manufact ...
194. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy (STM) of a Diamond-turned Surface and a Grating Replica
Robert A. Dragoset, Theodore Vincent Vorburger
195. Evidence for the Distortion of C^d2^H^d4^ and C^d2^H^d2^ Chemisorbed on W(100)
Theodore Vincent Vorburger, B Waclawski, E. W. Plummer
196. The Displacement of Hydrogen by Carbon Monoxide on the (100) Face of Tungsten: A Photoemission and Thermal Desorption Study
Theodore Vincent Vorburger, D Sandstrom, B Waclawski
Photoelectron spectra (hv = 21.22 eV) and thermal desorption data were obtained for CO and H coadsorbed on W(100) at 80 K. When the clean surface is exposed to a saturation dose of H2, subsequent exposure to CO results in the formation of a state who ...
197. Improved Microwave-discharge Source for uv Photoemission
Theodore Vincent Vorburger, B Waclawski, D Sandstrom
A microwave-discharge uv light source has been improved to yield significant photon fluxes at 26.9 and 40.81 eV. In order to optimize the 26.9-eV (NeII) and 40.81-eV (HeII) radiation, the discharge was operated at ~2.5 Pa (0.019 Torr) in an external ...
198. Photoelectron Spectra of Adsorbed Species on Tungsten
E. W. Plummer, B Waclawski, Theodore Vincent Vorburger, C Kuyatt
199. Field Emission Work Functions
Theodore Vincent Vorburger, David R. Penn
200. Angular Dependence of UV Photoelectron Distributions for Oxygen Adsorbed on W(100)
B Waclawski, Theodore Vincent Vorburger, R Stein
Recent theoretical work has suggested the possibility of determining chemisorption bond geometry by the use of uv photoemission. This possibility is being investigated experimentally in an apparatus developed at NBS. The apparatus is described, and p ...