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Journal of Research of NIST

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 116

 ISSN: 1044-677X

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Issue 6

Issue 1 January-February 2011


A Comparison of Methods for Computing the Residual Resistivity Ratio of High-Purity Niobium, p. 489
J. D. Splett, D. F. Vecchia, and L. F. Goodrich

Workshop on Bridging Satellite Climate Data Gaps, p. 505
Catherine Cooksey and Raju Datla

Measures, Uncertainties, and Significance Test in Operational ROC Analysis, p. 517
Jin Chu Wu, Alvin F. Martin, and Raghu N. Kacker

Maximum Likelihood and Restricted Likelihood Solutions in Multiple-Method Studies, p. 539
Andrew L. Rukhin

Issue 2 March-April 2011


The SIM Time Network, p. 557
Michael A. Lombardi and Andrew N. Novick, et. al.

Geometric Effects When Measuring Small Holes With Micro Contact Probes, p. 573
Jack Stone, Bala Muralikrishnan, and Chittaranjan Sahay

The Role of Lattice Matching Techniques in the Characterization of Polymorphic Forms, p. 589
Alan D. Mighell

Re-Optimized Energy Levels and Ritz Wavelengths of 198Hg I, p. 599
Alexander Kramida

Best Practice Guidelines for Pre-Launch Characterization and Calibration of Instruments for Passive Optical Remote Sensing, p. 621
R. U. Datla, J. P. Rice, K. R. Lykke, B. C. Johnson, J. J. Butler, and X. Xiong

Issue 3 May-June 2011


Selecting Valid Correlation Areas for Automated Bullet Identification System Based on Striation Detection, p. 647
Wei Chu, John Song, Theodore V. Vorburger, Robert Thompson, and Richard Silver

Electromagnetic Metrology on Concrete and Corrosion, p. 655
Sung Kim, Jack Surek, and James Baker-Jarvis

Development of Multicolor Flow Cytometry Calibration Standards: Assignment of Equivalent Reference Fluorophores (ERF) Unit, p. 671
Lili Wang and Adolfas K. Gaigalas

RECIST Applied to Realistic Tumor Models, p. 685
Zachary H. Levine, Benjamin R. Galloway, and Adele P. Peskin

Issue 4 July-August 2011


Vacuum Technology Considerations For Mass Metrology, p. 689
Patrick J. Abbott, and Zeina J. Jabour

Atomic Force Microscope Cantilever Flexural Stiffness Calibration: Toward a Standard Traceable Method, p. 703
Richard S. Gates, Mark G. Reitsma, John A. Kramar, and Jon R. Pratt

Improved First-Principles Calculation of the Third Virial Coefficient of Helium, p. 729
Giovanni Garberoglio, Michael R. Moldover, and Allan H. Harvey

Effect of Calcium Hydroxide on the Fracture Resistance of Dentin, p. 743
Evan R. Whitbeck, George D. Quinn, and Janet B. Quinn

Issue 5 September-October 2011


The Use of Filtered Radiometers for Radiance Measurement, p. 751
Albert C. Parr and B. Carol Johnson

New Measurement Service for Determining Pressure Sensitivity of Type LS2aP Microphones by the Reciprocity Method, p. 761
Randall P. Wagner, Victor Nedzelnitsky, and Steven E. Fick

Comparison of Two Dimension-Reduction Methods for Network Simulation Models, p. 771
Kevin L. Mills and James J. Filliben

Improve the Strength of PLA/HA Composite Through the Use of Surface Initiated Polymerization and Phosphonic Acid Coupling Agent, p. 785
Tongxin Wang, Laurence C. Chow, Stanislav A. Frukhtbeyn, Andy Hai Ting, Quanxiao Dong, Mingshu Yang, and James W. Mitchell

Issue 6 November-December 2011


The Current SI Seen From the Perspective of the Proposed New SI, p. 797
Barry N. Taylor

Combining Results From Multiple Evaluations of the Same Measurand, p. 809
Rüdiger Kessel, Raghu N. Kacker, and Klaus-Dieter Sommer

Long-Term Stability of the NIST Conical Reference Transducer, p. 821
Steven E. Fick and Thomas M. Proctor

Microhotplate Temperature Sensor Calibration and BIST, p. 827
M. Afridi, C. Montgomery, E. Cooper-Balis, S. Semancik, K. G. Kreider, and J. Geist

Findings and Recommendations From the Joint NIST—AGA Workshop on Odor Masking, p. 839
Nancy Rawson, Ali Quraishi, and Thomas J. Bruno

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