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NIST Pubs

Certification of Standard Reference Material® 2386 Avocado Powder

Author(s)
Melissa M. Phillips, Laura J. Wood, George Caceres, Grace Hahm, Karen E. Murphy, Rick L. Paul, Benjamin Place, James H. Yen
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) recently released SRM 2386 Avocado Powder which has value assignment for over 70 analytes. This

Low-GWP Alternative Refrigerant Blends for HFC-134a: Interim Report

Author(s)
Piotr A. Domanski, Mark O. McLinden, Valeri I. Babushok, Ian Bell, Tara Fortin, Michael Hegetschweiler, Mark A. Kedzierski, Dennis Kim, Lingnan Lin, Gregory T. Linteris, Stephanie L. Outcalt, Richard A. Perkins, Aaron Rowane, Harrison Skye
This project addresses the objectives of the Statement of Need number WPSON-17-20 "No/Low Global Warming Potential Alternatives to Ozone Depleting Refrigerants

Spectral Data for Gallium: Ga I through Ga XXXI

Author(s)
T Shirai, Joseph Reader, Alexander Kramida, J Sugar
The energy levels and spectral lines of gallium atom in all stages of ionization have been compiled. Experimental data on spectral lines and energy levels exist

Learning to Recognize Distributional Functions

Author(s)
J E. Devaney, L Hunter, James J. Filliben
This paper introduces a novel methodology that enables recognition of distributional functions without doing a fit of the data to the distribution. This

Recertification of the SRM 1483a, a Polyethylene

Author(s)
Kathleen M. Flynn, William R. Blair
The recertification of a narrow molecular weight distribution poly(ethylene) Standard Reference Material, SRM 1483a, is described. Studies by size exclusion

A Summary of Heat-Flux Sensor Calibration Data

Author(s)
A V. Murthy, Gerald T. Fraser, D P. DeWitt
This paper presents a statistical evaluation of the responsivity data on a number of heat-flux sensors, calibrated using an electrical substitution radiometer