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1. Adsorption of Phosphate Anions on Gold Electrodes Modified by Underpotentially Deposited Silver Adatoms: Surface-Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy Study
Topic: Spectroscopy
Published: 5/4/1997
Authors: G Niaura, Adolfas Kastytis Gaigalas, V L. Vilker

2. Application of Histograms in Evaluation of Large Collections of Gas Chromatographic Retention Indices
Topic: Spectroscopy
Published: 9/18/2009
Authors: Zenkevich G. Igor, Valeri Ivan Babushok, Peter J Linstrom, Edward White, Stephen E Stein
Abstract: The effective use of gas chromatographic retention data presented in the form of reten¬tion indices (RI) requires the development of a compre¬hensive structure-based digital archive of retention parameters. Development of such an archive includes the ...

3. Broadband phase spectroscopy over turbulent air paths
Topic: Spectroscopy
Published: 9/4/2015
Authors: Fabrizio Raphael Giorgetta, Greg Brian Rieker, Esther Baumann, William C Swann, Laura C Sinclair, Jonathan Kofler, Ian R Coddington, Nathan Reynolds Newbury
Abstract: Broadband atmospheric phase spectra are measured at sub-milliradian uncertainty corresponding to a 10-13 refractive index change, despite strong decoherence from atmospheric turbulence. A phase-sensitive dual-comb spectrometer acquires spectra over 2 ...

4. Bromination of marine particulate organic matter through oxidative mechanisms
Topic: Spectroscopy
Published: 9/14/2014
Authors: Bruce D Ravel, Alessandra C Leri, Kathleen Thornton, Lawrence M Mayer
Abstract: Although bromine is considered conservative in seawater, it exhibits a well established correlation with organic carbon in marine sediments. This carbon-bromine association was recently attributed to covalent bonding, with organobromine in sinking pa ...

5. Capacitive readout technique for studies of dissipation in GaN nanowire mechanical resonators
Topic: Spectroscopy
Published: 11/11/2011
Authors: Kristine A Bertness, Joshua R. Montague, Norman A Sanford, Victor Bright, C. T. Rogers
Abstract: A variable-temperature, homodyne reflectometry measurement technique for detecting nanoscale mechanical motion has recently been developed. We have extended this technique to make the first all-electrical measurements of an ensemble of as-grown, c-a ...

6. Challenges and Opportunities of Organic Electronics
Topic: Spectroscopy
Published: 4/2/2010
Author: Calvin Chan

7. Characterization of 3-Color CARS in a 2-Pulse Broadband CARS Spectrum
Topic: Spectroscopy
Published: 11/15/2007
Authors: Young Jong Lee, Marcus T Cicerone, Yuexin Liu
Abstract: We present a new and simple approach to broadband coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering (CARS) microscopy that yields background-free vibrational spectra. We present evidence for a mechanism where two different frequency components in a continuum pul ...

8. Characterization of Silicon-Oxynitride Dielectric Thin Films Using Grazing Incidence X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy
Topic: Spectroscopy
Published: 1/1/2001
Authors: E Landree, Terrence J Jach, D Brady, A. Karamcheti, J Canterbury, W Chism, A C Diebold
Abstract: To achieve the future goals for logic device dielectric film thickness and composition metrology, a set of well-characterized calibration reference material standards are needed for validating real-time diagnostic techniques used during production. ...

9. Characterization of Standard Reference Material 2940, Mn-Ion-Doped Glass, Spectral Correction Standard for Fluorescence
Topic: Spectroscopy
Published: 4/1/2009
Authors: Paul C DeRose, Melody V Smith, Klaus Mielenz, Douglas H. Blackburn, Gary W Kramer
Abstract: Standard Reference Material (SRM) 2940 is a cuvette-shaped, Mn-ion-doped glass, recommended for use for relative spectral correction of emission and day-to-day performance validation of steady-state fluorescence spectrometers. Properties of this stan ...

10. Characterization of Standard Reference Material 2941, Uranyl-Ion-Doped Glass, Spectral Correction Standard for Fluorescence
Topic: Spectroscopy
Published: 2/1/2008
Authors: Paul C DeRose, Melody V Smith, Klaus Mielenz, Douglas H. Blackburn, Gary W Kramer
Abstract: Standard Reference Material (SRM) 2941 is a cuvette-shaped, uranyl-ion-doped glass, recommended for use for relative spectral correction of emission and day-to-day performance validation of fluorescence spectrometers. Properties of this standard that ...

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