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  1. https://emtoolbox.nist.gov/publications/nistir2000-6387.pdf

    https://emtoolbox.nist.gov/Publications/NISTIR2000-6387.pdf
    NISTIR 6387 The NIST Gage Block Calibration Software System User’s Manual Jay H. Zimmerman United States Department of Commerce Technology Administration National Institute of Standards and Technology The National Institute of Standards and ...
  2. NIST Physicist Varun Verma on Tungsten

    https://www.nist.gov/video/nist-physicist-varun-verma-tungsten
    In honor of 2019 being designated the International Year of the Periodic Table, NIST Physcist Varun Verma talks about why he has selected tungsten as his favorite element
  3. Application of a CMP Model to Tungsten CMP

    https://www.nist.gov/publications/application-cmp-model-tungsten-cmp
    A general model of chemical mechanical polishing (CMP) has been derived which shows the dependence of the polishing rate on the concentration of chemicals and a
  4. Mass Absorption Coefficient of Tungsten, 1600 eV to 2100 eV

    https://www.nist.gov/publications/mass-absorption-coefficient-tungsten-1600-ev-2100-ev
    The transmission of soft x-rays with photon energies from 1606 eV to 2106 eV was measured for tungsten using thin film samples and a synchrotron source.
  5. Mass Absorption Coefficient of Tungsten, 1606-2100 eV

    https://www.nist.gov/publications/mass-absorption-coefficient-tungsten-1606-2100-ev
    The transmission of soft x-rays with photon energies from 1606 eV to 2106 eV was measured for tungsten using thin film samples and a synchrotron source.
  6. Mass Absorption Coefficient of Tungsten for 1600-2100 eV

    https://www.nist.gov/publications/mass-absorption-coefficient-tungsten-1600-2100-ev-0
    The transmission of soft x-rays with photon energies from 1606 eV to 2106 eV was measured for tungsten using thin film samples and a synchrotron source.
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