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Put NIST Technology Services to Work for You

J L. Land
Brochure provides guide for business and industry to access National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) services available through Technology Services

NIST Data Gateway

D M. Blakeslee, Angela Y. Lee, A J. Belsky, John E. Fuller III
The NIST Data Gateway is a web portal that provides easy access to NIST Standard Reference Data, which cover a broad range of substances and properties from

IUPAC/NIST Solubility Database

G R. Dalton, Angela Y. Lee, S L. Young
A database containing solubilities originally published in the International Union for Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC)-NIST Solubility Data Series has been

Quantitative EELS of Alloy Nanoparticles

J H. Scott, Dale E. Newbury
Quantitative electron energy-loss spectroscopy (EELS) is used to characterize the chemical composition of Fe-Co alloy nanoparticles. A 300-keV analytical

Enhanced Near-Field Raman Spectroscopy

C E. Dentinger, Stephan J. Stranick, Lee J. Richter, Richard R. Cavanagh
Near-field Raman spectroscopy can be used to obtain chemical specificity with the subwavelength spatial resolution of near-field scanning optical microscopy

PermVials Make for Better GC Analysis

Thomas J. Bruno
This poster presents a new sampling technology developed at NIST that combines features of an autosampler vial and a permeatian tube.

Advanced Laser Cooling for the Atomic Space Clock

V Boyer, L Lising, S L. Rolston, William D. Phillips
An atomic clock works by comparing the frequency of a local oscillator (a micrwave generator) with the hyperfine transition of the cesium atom at 9.2 GHz. In

Overview of Radiation Thermometry

Bettye C. Johnson
Researchers in the Optical Technology Division utilize measurements of radiant flux to determine temperature. This includes the dissemination of the ITS-90

Toward Optical Frequency Electronics

D J. Jones, S T. Cundiff
Recently, there have been significant advances in measuring and controlling the phase of ultrashort optical pulses. These developments have begun to blur the

Giant Magnetoresistive Spin-Valve Transpinnor

S Bae, S Zurn, William F. Egelhoff Jr., P J. Chen, L Sheppard, E J. Torok, J H. Judy
A giant magnetoresistive (GMR) spin-valve Transpinnor, a new kind of active solid-state magneto-electronic device or spin-transistor, has been fabricated and