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Search Publications by: Robert L. Watters (Assoc)

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Metrological Traceability Frequently Asked Questions and NIST Policy

May 6, 2021
Sally Bruce, Antonio Possolo, Robert Watters
The NIST policy on metrological traceability (NIST P 5800.00, which became effective on May 31st, 2019) is transcribed and supplemented with a review of relevant terminology and with a list of frequently asked questions and answers. This list updates and

2nd Annual Tri-National Workshop on Standards for Nanotechnology - (NIST presentations)

December 10, 2008
Ronald G. Dixson, Jon R. Pratt, Vincent A. Hackley, James E. Potzick, Richard A. Allen, Ndubuisi G. Orji, Michael T. Postek, Herbert S. Bennett, Theodore V. Vorburger, Jeffrey A. Fagan, Robert L. Watters
A new era of cooperation between North American National Measurement Institutes (NMIs) was ushered by the National Research Council of Canada Institute for National Measurement Standards (NRC-INMS) on February 7, 2007 when the first Tri-National workshop

Opportunities for Development of Reference Materials for Beryllium

October 16, 2008
Robert Watters, Aleksander B. Stefaniak, Mark D. Hoover
Reference materials provide the foundation for assessment of analytical chemistry methods, accurate quantification of occupational and environmental exposures, and conduct of in vitro and in vivo toxicology studies for health effects research. Currently

Final Report of the e-SRM Committee on the Optimal Delivery of Services to Customers for Standard Reference Materials

June 1, 2001
John C. Travis, Sally Bruce, D J. Clarke, James R. Ehrstein, Michael S. Epstein, Daniel G. Friend, T E. Gills, Kenneth G. Inn, Larry L. Lucas, James E. Potzick, M H. Saunders, N M. Trahey, G M. Ugiansky, R. Michael Verkouteren, D P. Vigliotti, Robert Watters
The e-SRM committee was formed at the request of Technology Services (TS) to recommend ways to employ appropriate technologies to optimize the consistency, efficiency, and effectiveness with which NIST provides technical support to customers for Standard

Metrology: Impact on National Economy and International Trade

June 1, 1998
Hratch G. Semerjian, Robert L. Watters
The U.S. Federal Government has a strong role in metrology R&D in the U.S because of its importance to the nation's economy and the Constitutional authority given to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). However, pressures to maintain