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The Molybdenum K-shell X-ray Emission Spectrum

Author(s)
Marcus H. Mendenhall, Lawrence T. Hudson, Csilla I. Szabo-Foster, Albert Henins, James P. Cline
Abstract We present newly measured spectra of the X-ray emission of a molybdenum metal anode subject to electron bombardment, using a very high dispersion

Contemporary x-ray wavelength metrology and traceability

Author(s)
Lawrence T. Hudson, James P. Cline, Albert Henins, Marcus H. Mendenhall, Csilla I. Szabo-Foster
We report recent advances in absolute x-ray wavelength metrology in the context of producing modern standard reference data. Primary standard x-ray wavelengths

High-precision measurement of the X-ray Cu K-alpha spectrum

Author(s)
Marcus H. Mendenhall, Albert Henins, Lawrence T. Hudson, Csilla I. Szabo-Foster, Donald A. Windover, James P. Cline
The structure of the x-ray emission lines of the Cu Kα complex has been remeasured on a newly commissioned instrument, in a manner directly traceable to the

The Lattice Spacing Variability of Intrinsic Float-Zone Silicon

Author(s)
Ernest G. Kessler Jr., Csilla I. Szabo-Foster, James P. Cline, Albert Henins, Lawrence T. Hudson, Marcus H. Mendenhall, Mark D. Vaudin
Precision lattice spacing comparison measurements at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) provide traceability of x-ray wavelength and

Certification of Standard Reference Material 1878b Respirable Alpha Quartz

Author(s)
David R. Black, Marcus H. Mendenhall, Pamela S. Whitfield, Donald A. Windover, Albert Henins, James J. Filliben, James P. Cline
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) certifies a suite of Standard Reference Materials (SRMs) to address specific aspects of the

Certification of Standard Reference Material 1976b

Author(s)
David R. Black, Donald A. Windover, Marcus H. Mendenhall, Albert Henins, James J. Filliben, James P. Cline
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) certifies a suite of Standard Reference Materials (SRMs) to address specific aspects of the

New x-ray measurements shed light on discrepancy between experiment and QED

Author(s)
Lawrence T. Hudson, C T. Chantler, A.T. Payne, M N. Kinnane, John D. Gillaspy, L F. Smale, Albert Henins, J A. Kimpton, E Takacs
Quantum Electro-Dynamics (QED) is the best tested theory of our physical world, yet significant disagreements have emerged between attempts to apply QED to

Study of CeI3 evaporation in the presence of Group 13 metal-iodides

Author(s)
John J. Curry, Albert Henins, E. G. Estupinan, S. D. Shastri, Jonathan E. Hardis, W. P. Lapatovich
The influence of GaI$_3$, InI, and TlI on the evaporation characteristics of CeI$_3$ have been studied over the temperature range 900 K to 1400 K using x-ray

Crystalline domain size and faulting in the new NIST SRM 1979 zinc oxide

Author(s)
James P. Cline, David R. Black, Albert Henins, John E. Bonevich, Whitfield S. Pam, Paolo Scardi, Matteo Leoni
A NIST SRM certified to address the issue of crystallite size measurement through a line profile analysis has been under development for several years. In order

Reply to “Comment on "Testing Three-body Quantum Electrodynamics with Trapped Ti20+ Ions: Evidence for a Z-Dependent Divergence between Experiment and Calculation"

Author(s)
Lawrence T. Hudson, C T. Chantler, M N. Kinnane, John D. Gillaspy, A.T. Payne, L F. Smale, Albert Henins, Joshua M. Pomeroy, J A. Kimpton, E Takacs, K Makonyi
We find that Epp’s [1] hypothesis - namely that the current experimental data set is well represented by a small constant or zero offset from the predictions of

Testing Three-body Quantum Electrodynamics with Trapped Ti-20 Ions: Evidence for a Z-Dependent Divergence between Experiment and Calculation

Author(s)
Lawrence T. Hudson, C T. Chantler, Mark N. Kinnane, John D. Gillaspy, A.T. Payne, L F. Smale, Albert Henins, Joseph N. Tan, J A. Kimpton, E Takacs, K Makonyi, Joshua M. Pomeroy
We report the measurement of the w (1s2p 1P1 ! 1s2 1S0) resonance line transition energy in helium-like titanium. Our result, 4749.85(7) eV, deviates from the