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The Journal of Research of NIST reports NIST research and development in metrology and related fields of: physical science, engineering, applied mathematics, statistics, biotechnology, information technology.

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Volume 106

 ISSN: 1044-677X

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Issue 2

Issue 3

Issue 4

Issue 5

Issue 6

Issue 1 January-February 2001


Front Cover–Title Page–Contents

Length and Dimensional Measurements at NIST, p. 1
Dennis A. Swyt

The Kilogram and Measurements of Mass and Force, p. 25
Z. J. Jabbour and S. L. Yaniv

Primary Atomic Frequency Standards at NIST, p. 47
D. B. Sullivan, J. C. Bergquist, J. J. Bollinger, R. E. Drullinger, W. M. Itano, S. R. Jefferts, W. D. Lee, D. Meekhof, T. E. Parker, F. L. Walls, and D. J. Wineland

The Ampere and Electrical Standards, p. 65
Randolph E. Elmquist, Marvin E. Cage, Yi-hua Tang, Anne-Marie Jeffery, Joseph R. Kinard, Jr., Ronald F. Dziuba, Nile M. Oldham, and Edwin R. Williams

The Kelvin and Temperature Measurements, p. 105
B. W. Mangum, G. T. Furukawa, K. G. Kreider, C. W. Meyer, D. C. Ripple, G. F. Strouse, W. L. Tew, M. R. Moldover, B. Carol Johnson, H. W. Yoon, C. E. Gibson, and R. D. Saunders

The Candela and Photometric and Radiometric Measurements, p. 151
Albert C. Parr

Materials Research With Neutrons at NIST, p. 187
R. L. Cappelletti, C. J. Glinka, S. Krueger, R. A. Lindstrom, J. W. Lynn, H. A. Prask, E. Prince, J. J. Rush, J. M. Rowe, S. K. Satija, B. H. Toby, A. Tsai, and T. J. Udovic

In Situ Burning of Oil Spills, p. 231
David D. Evans, George W. Mulholland, Howard R. Baum, William D. Walton, and Kevin B. McGrattan

Statistics and Measurements, p. 279
M. Carroll Croarkin

Mathematics and Measurement, p. 293
Ronald F. Boisvert, Michael J. Donahue, Daniel W. Lozier, Robert McMichael, and Bert W. Rust

NIST Mechanisms for Disseminating Measurements, p. 315
T. E. Gills, S. Dittman, J. R. Rumble, Jr., C. S. Brickenkamp, G. L. Harris, and N. M. Trahey

Information Technology Measurement and Testing Activities at NIST, p. 341
Michael D. Hogan, Lisa J. Carnahan, Robert J. Carpenter, David W. Flater, James E. Fowler, Simon P. Frechette, Martha M. Gray, L. Arnold Johnson, R. Michael McCabe, Douglas Montgomery, Shirley M. Radack, Robert Rosenthal, and Craig M. Shakarji

Issue 2 March-April 2001


A Careful Consideration of the Calibration Concept, p. 371
S. D. Phillips, W. T. Estler, T. Doiron, K. R. Eberhardt, and M. S. Levenson

The Development of Fluorescence Intensity Standards, p. 381
A. K. Gaigalas, Li Li, O. Henderson, R. Vogt, J. Barr, G. Marti, J. Weaver, and A. Schwartz

Concrete Mixing Methods and Concrete Mixers: State of the Art, p. 391
Chiara F. Ferraris

Distribution of Link Distances in a Wireless Network, p. 401
Leonard E. Miller

Information Model for Machine-Tool-Performance Tests, p. 413
Y. Tina Lee, Johannes A. Soons, and M. Alkan Donmez

Global and Local Optimization Algorithms for Optimal Signal Set Design, p. 441
Anthony J. Kearsley

Video Transmission for Third Generation Wireless Communication System, p. 455
H. Gharavi and S. M. Alamouti

Treasure of the Past VI: Standard Potential of the Silver-Silver-Chloride Electrode from 0° to 95 °C and the Thermodynamic Properties of Dilute Hydrochloric Acid Solutions, p. 471
Roger G. Bates and Vincent E. Bower

Issue 3 May-June 2001


Front Cover–Title Page–Contents

Report on the Development of the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES), p. 511
James Nechvatal, Elaine Barker, Lawrence Bassham, William Burr, Morris Dworkin, James Foti, and Edward Roback

Photocurrent Measurement of PC and PV HgCdTe Detectors, p. 577
George P. Eppeldauer and Robert J. Martin

Treasure of the Past VII: Measurement of the Thickness and Refractive Index of Very Thin Films and the Optical Properties of Surfaces by Ellipsometry, p. 589
Frank L. McCrackin, Elio Passaglia, Robert R. Stromberg, and Harold L. Steinberg

Workshop on Texture in Electronic Applications, p. 605
Mark D. Vaudin and Debra L. Kaiser

Issue 4 July-August 2001


Hysteresis and Related Error Mechanisms in the NIST Watt Balance Experiment, p. 627
Joshua P. Schwarz, Ruimin Liu, David B. Newell, Richard L. Steiner, Edwin R. Williams, Douglas Smith, Ali Erdemir, and John Woodford

Comparison of Two Cryogenic Radiometers at NIST, p. 641
Jeanne M. Houston and David J. Livigni

Sources of Error in UV Radiation Measurements, p. 649
Thomas C. Larason and Christopher L. Cromer

Hysteresis in Transport Critical-Current Measurements of Oxide Superconductors, p. 657
L. F. Goodrich and T. C. Stauffer

Powder X-Ray Reference Patterns of Sr2RGaCu2Oy (R=Pr, Nd, Sm, Eu, Gd, Dy, Ho, Er, Tm, and Y), p. 691
W. Wong-Ng, J. A. Kaduk, I. Levin, W. Greenwood, and J. Dillingham

Compressing Spin-Polarized 3He With a Modified Diaphragm Pump, p. 709
T. R. Gentile, D. R. Rich, A. K. Thompson, W. M. Snow, and G. L. Jones

Treasure of the Past VIII: Molecular Basis of Flame Inhibition, p. 731
J. W. Hastie

Issue 5 September-October 2001


Fraunhofer Diffraction Effects on Total Power for a Planckian Source, p. 775
Eric L. Shirley

Environmental Radiation Monitoring at NBS/NIST From 1960 Through 2000, p. 781
Thomas G. Hobbs

Vibrational Branching Ratios and Asymmetry Parameters in the Photoionization of CO2 in the Region Between 650 Å and 840 Å, p. 795
A. C. Parr, J. B. West, M. R. F. King, K. Ueda, P. M. Dehmer, and J. L. Dehmer

Transfer Calibration Validation Tests on a Heat Flux Sensor in the 51 mm High-Temperature Blackbody, p. 823
A. V. Murthy, B. K. Tsai, and R. D. Saunders

Precision Ultrasonic Wave Measurements With Simple Equipment, p. 833
Steven E. Fick and C. Harvey Palmer

Studies of Excess Heat and Convection in a Water Calorimeter, p. 843
John K. Domen and Steve R. Domen

Treasure of the Past IX: Exposure Standardization of Iodine-125 Seeds Used for Brachytherapy, p. 857
T. P. Loftus

NIST-ASME Workshop on Uncertainty in Dimensional Measurements, p. 867
Dennis A. Swyt

Issue 6 November-December 2001


High Pressure X-Ray Crystallography With the Diamond Cell at NIST/NBS, p. 889
Gasper J. Piermarini

Past and Present Crystallographic Work at the NBS/NIST Reactor, p. 921
A. Santoro

Magnetic Structure Determinations at NBS/NIST, p. 953
J. W. Lynn, J. A. Borchers, Q. Huang, A. Santoro, and R. W. Erwin

Investigations of Zeolitic Materials at the NIST Center for Neutron Research, p. 965
B. H. Toby

Quasicrystals, p. 975
John W. Cahn

Lattice Symmetry and Identification–The Fundamental Role of Reduced Cells in Materials Chracterization, p. 983
Alan D. Mighell

Electron Diffraction Using Transmission Electron Microscopy, p. 997
Leonid A. Bendersky and Frank W. Gayle

JCPDS-ICDD Research Associateship (Cooperative Program with NBS/NIST), p. 1013
W. Wong-Ng, H. F. McMurdie, C. R. Hubbard, and A. D. Mighell

A Natural Bone Cement–A Laboratory Novelty Led to the Development of Revolutionary New Biomaterials, p. 1029
Laurence C. Chow and Shozo Takagi

Structures of Biological Minerals in Dental Research, p. 1035
Mathai Mathew and Shozo Takagi

NIST Materials Properties Databases for Advanced Ceramics, p. 1045
R. G. Munro

Contributions of NIST/NBS Researchers to the Crystallography of Construction Materials, p. 1051
Paul Stutzman

Crystallographic Texture in Ceramics and Metals, p. 1063
Mark D. Vaudin

Standard Reference Material (SRM 1990) for Single Crystal Diffractometer Alignment, p. 1071
W. Wong-Ng, T. Siegrist, G. T. DeTitta, L. W. Finger, H. T. Evans, Jr., E. J. Gabe, G. D. Enright, J. T. Armstrong, M. Levenson, L. P. Cook, and C. R. Hubbard

Phase Equilibria and Crystallography of Ceramic Oxides, p. 1097
W. Wong-Ng, R. S. Roth, T. A. Vanderah, and H. F. McMurdie

Towards Near Perfect Crystals With Only Well-Characterized Imperfections, p. 1135
H. Steffen Peiser

National Institute of Standards and Technology Synchrotron Radiation Facilities for Materials Science, p. 1141
Gabrielle G. Long, Andrew J. Allen, David R. Black, Harold E. Burdette, Daniel A. Fischer, Richard D. Spal, and Joseph C. Woicik

Macromolecular Crystallography and Structural Biology Databases at NIST, p. 1155
Gary L. Gilliland

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