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Search Publications by Gordon A. Shaw

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Milligram mass metrology using an electrostatic force balance

Author(s)
Gordon A. Shaw, Julian Stirling, John A. Kramar, Alexander D. Moses, Patrick J. Abbott, Richard L. Steiner, Andrew D. Koffman, Jon R. Pratt, Zeina J. Kubarych
Although mass is typically defined within the International System of Units (SI) at the Kilogram level, the pending redefinition of the SI provides an

Optomechanical Motion Sensors

Author(s)
Felipe Guzman, Oliver Gerberding, John T. Melcher, Julian Stirling, Jon R. Pratt, Gordon A. Shaw, Jacob M. Taylor
Compact optical cavities can be combined with motion sensors to yield unprecedented resolution and SI-traceability in areas such as acceleration sensing and

Milligram Mass Metrology Using Electrostatics

Author(s)
Gordon A. Shaw, John A. Kramar
— Although mass has historically been defined using an artifact standard, other means of realization are possible. One alternative approach employs a precision

Accurate Picoscale Forces for Insitu Calibration of AFM

Author(s)
Koo-Hyun Chung, Gordon A. Shaw, Jon R. Pratt
The force sensitivity of an atomic force microscope is calibrated directly using an in situ realization of primary electrostatic forces ranging from 320 pN to 3

Contactless Differential Conductivity Detection

Author(s)
Gordon A. Shaw, David J. Ross, Steven E. Fick, Wyatt N. Vreeland
We propose a new technique, contactless differential conductivity detection (CDCD,) to improve the detection limit of contactless conductivity detection for