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Beam broadening in transmission EBSD

March 16, 2015
Robert R. Keller, Katherine P. Rice, Mark Stoykovich
Transmission electron backscatter diffraction (t-EBSD), also known as transmission electron forward scatter diffraction (t-EFSD) or transmission Kikuchi diffraction in the SEM (TKD-SEM), can provide significant improvements in spatial resolution over

Violation of the Condon Approximation in Semiconducting Carbon Nanotubes

June 28, 2011
Ming Zheng
A long-held but untested fundamental assumption in Raman spectroscopy of carbon nanotubes is that intensities arising from resonance with incident and scattered photons are equal. We present here the first complete Raman excitation profiles (REPs) for the

Spectrum Simulation in DTSA-II

October 1, 2009
Nicholas W. Ritchie
Spectrum simulation is a useful practical and pedagogical tool. Particularly with complex samples or trace constituents, a simulation can help to understand the limits of the technique and how to optimize the tools for the optimal measurement. DTSA-II

Forensic Sciences: Review of Status and Needs

February 1, 1999
Alim A. Fatah, Kathleen M. Higgins
This document, Forensic Sciences: Status and Needs, is the product of a two-day meeting sponsored by OLES/NIJ/NIST on March 5-6, 1997. This meeting brought together 44 scientists and administrators with the common goal of helping the forensic science
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