Instrumentation Publications - 1971 to 1980



  1. Barbara J. Panessa-Warren and John B. Warren; Determining Biological Fine Structure by the Use of Differential Soft X-rays Absorption; BNL 26282; pres.. Ultra-soft X-ray Microscopy Conf., NY, 13-15 June (1979); "Ultrasoft X-ray Microscopy: Its Application to Biological & Physical Sciences; Annals of New York Academy of Sciences, 342, 350-367 (1980).

  2. W. R. McKinney and M. R. Howells; Design Optimization of "Straight Groove" Toroidal Grating Monochromators for Synchrotron Radiation; BNL 26586; Proc. Nat'l. Conf. Synchrotron Radiation Instrumentation, 4-6 June (1979), Gaithersburg, MD; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 172 (1980) 149-156.

  3. V. Radeka and R. A. Boie; Centroid Finding Method for Position-Sensitive Detectors; BNL 26869; pres. IEEE Nuc. Sci. Symp., 17-19 October (1979), San Francisco; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-27, No. 1, February (1980) 351-362 (see also 381).

  4. P. Rehak and A. H. Walenta; Relativistic Rise Measurement by Cluster Counting Method in Time Expansion Chamber; BNL 26862; pres. IEEE Nuc. Sci. Symp., 17-19 October (1979), San Francisco; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-27, No. 1, February (1980) 54-58.

  5. H. W. Kraner; Fast Neutron Damage in Germanium Detectors; BNL 26850; invited paper pres. IEEE Nuc. Sci. Symp., 17-19 October (1979), San Francisco; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-27, No. 1, February (1980) 218-234.

  6. R. A. Boie and V. Radeka; High Precision Position Readout for Large Area Neutron Detectors; BNL 26915; pres. IEEE Nuc. Sci. Symp., 17-19 October (1979), San Francisco; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-27, No. 1, February (1980) 338-350.

  7. B. J. Panessa-Warren, H. W. Kraner, K. W. Jones, and L. S. Weiss; Proton-Induced and X-ray Induced Fluorescence Analysis of Scoliotic Tissue; BNL 27325; pres. 15th Annual Mtg. Microbeam Analysis Soc. and 39th Annual Mtg. Electron Microscopy Soc. America & Pacific Regional Conf. Electron Microscopy, 3-8 August (1980), San Francisco; MAS Proc., pp. 284-289; August (1980); also in "Microbeam Analysis-1980", D. B. Wittry, Ed., 284-287.


  8. Barbara J. Panessa, John B. Warren, Philip Hoffman, and Ralph Feder; Imaging Unstained Proteoglycan Aggregates by Soft X-ray Contact Microscopy; BNL 27367; "Ultramicroscopy" 5 (3), pp. 267-274 (1980).

  9. Barbara J. Panessa, John B. Warren, Ralph Feder, David Sayre, and Philip Hoffman; Ultrastructural and Elemental Imaging of Biological Samples by Soft X-ray Contact Microscopy; BNL 46432; "Scanning Electron Microscopy - 1980", Vol. II, pp. 107-111 (1980).


  10. P. Z. Takacs and J. C. Sutherland; Spectrometer System for Investigation of Biological Molecules with Synchrotron Radiation at Wavelengths Greater than 125 nm; BNL 27621; pres. VI Int'l. Conf. Vacuum Ultraviolet Radiation Physics, Charlottesville, VA, 2-6 June (1980).


  11. B. J. Panessa, P. Hoffman, J. B. Warren, R. McCorkle, and G. Coleman; Ultrastructure of Unstained, Hydrated Proteoglycan Aggregates and Monomer: A New Method of Imaging; BNL 27917; Proc. 7th European Electron Microscopy Congress & 9th Int'l. X-ray Optics & Microanalysis Conf., The Hague, Netherlands; 24-30 August (1980); Vol. II, 670-671 (1980).

  12. Veljko Radeka and Robert A. Boie; Centroid Finding Method for Position Sensitive Detectors; BNL 27791; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 178 (1980) 543-544; (see also 367).

  13. K. J. Ellis, D. Vartsky, T. B. Pearlstein, J. L. Alberi, and S. H. Cohn; A Dual-Photon Absorptiometer Utilizing a HpGe Detector and Microprocessor Controller; pres. 4th Int'l. Conf. Bone Measurement, NIH Pub. 80-1938, May (1980) 1-8.


  14. H. W. Kraner; Application of Nuclear Analytic Techniques to Biomedical Problems; abstract for invited paper, Denton Mtg., APS, 3-5 November (1980).


  15. John Clark Sutherland, Edmond J. Desmond, and Peter Z. Takacs; Versatile Spectrometer for Experiments Using Synchrotron Radiation at Wavelengths Greater than 100 nm; BNL 26114; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 172 (1980) 195-199.

  16. S. R. Butler, F. J Feigl, S. L. Titcomb, H. Tsai, K. W. Jones, and H. W. Kraner; Stability Studies of the Chlorine Containing Phase at the SiO2/Si Interface Produced by HCl/O2 Oxidation of Silicon; pres. Symp. on Surfaces and Interfaces in Ceramic and Ceramic-Metal Systems, 28 July - 1 August (1980), Berkeley, CA; Materials Science Research, Vol. 14, Surfaces and Interfaces in Ceramic and Ceramic-Metal Systems, J. Past and A. Evans, eds., pp. 367-377, Plenum Press, NY (1980).

  17. A. L. Hanson, H. W. Kraner, K. W. Jones, J. B. Warren, J. W. Osborne, and E. R. Schlissel; Determination of the Composition of the Near-Surface Regions of Dental Amalgams by Scanning Electron Microscopy and Rutherford Backscattering; BNL 27272; Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 25, 587 (1980).

  18. E. Gatti, G. Padovini, L. Quartapelle, N. E. Greenlaw, and V. Radeka; Considerations for the Design of a Time Projection Liquid Argon Ionization Chamber; BNL 23988; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-26, No. 2, April (1979) 2910-2932.

  19. R. E. Shroy, P. Soo, C. A. Sastre, D. G. Schweitzer, H. W. Kraner, and K. W. Jones; Measurements of Impurity Migration in Graphite at High Temperatures Using a Proton Microprobe; Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 23, 1062 (1978); IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-26, 2 (1979) 1386-1388.

  20. F. W. Stubblefield and R. D. Beck; An Application Node System Image Manager Subsystem within a Distributed Function Laboratory Computer System; BNL 25005; pres. 1978 Nuclear Science Symp., Washington, DC, 18-20 October (1978); IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-26, No. 1, February (1979) 701-707.

  21. V. Radeka and P. Rehak; Charge Dividing Mechanism on Resistive Electrode in Position-Sensitive Detectors; BNL 25070; pres. 1978 Nuc. Sci. Symp., Washington, DC, 18-20 October (1978); IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-26, 1, February (1979) 225-238.

  22. A. H. Walenta; The Time Expansion Chamber and Single Ionization Cluster Measurement; BNL 25153; pres. 1978 Nuc. Sci. Symp., Washington, DC, 18-20 October (1978); IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-26, No. 1, February (1979) 73-80.

  23. A. H. Walenta, J. Fischer, H. Okuno, and C. L. Wang; Measurement of the Ionization Loss in the Region of Relativistic Rise for Noble and Molecular Gases; BNL 25179; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 161 (1979) 45-58.

  24. J. L. Alberi; A Data Acquisition and Experiment Control System for a Large Area Neutron Detector; BNL 25132; pres. 1978 Nuc. Sci. Symp., Washington, DC, 18-20 October (1978); IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-26, No. 1, February (1979) 666-671.

  25. H. Okuno, J. Fischer, V. Radeka, and A. H. Walenta; Azimuthal Spread of the Avalanche in Proportional Chambers; BNL 25258; pres. 1978 Nuc. Sci. Symp., Washington, DC, 18-20 October (1978); IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-26, No. 1, February (1979) 160-163.

  26. W. R. McKinney; Some Considerations on UV Optics for Synchrotron Radiation; BNL 25390; pub. "Synchrotron Radiation Applied to Biophysical and Biochemical Research", eds. A. Castellani and I. A. Quercia, NATO Advanced Study Institutes Series, Series A: Life Sciences, Vol. 25, Plenum Press, NY (1979) 29-47.

  27. D. N. Slatkin, A. L. Carsten, S. L. Commerford, K. W. Jones, and H. W. Kraner; Genetic Hazard of 3H: Estimation of Oocyte Uptake of 2H; BNL 25910; pres. Int'l. Symp. Biological Implications of Radionuclides Released by the Nuclear Industry, Vienna, 26-30 March (1979); IAEA-SM-237/57.

  28. A. Rohatgi, S. R. Butler, F. J. Feigl, H. W. Kraner, and K. W. Jones; Chlorine Incorporation of HCl Oxides; J. Electrochem. Soc. 126, 143 (1979).

  29. H. W. Kraner, R. E. Shroy, and K. W. Jones; Absolute Calibrations for Trace Fluorine Measurements; Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 24, 595 (1979).

  30. J. F. Rosen, R. E. Shroy, H. W. Kraner, and K. W. Jones; The Metabolism of Lead (Pb), Zinc (Zn), and Chromium (Cr) in Bone Organ Culture Measured by Proton-Induced X-ray Emission (PIXE); Fed. Proc. 38, 869 (1979).

  31. J. B. Warren; Microdiffraction; BNL 25924; pub. "Analytical Electron Microscopy", March (1979), Ch. 14, pp. 369-386; eds. Hren, Goldstein, and Joy; Plenum Press, NY.


  32. D. Gerd Dimmler; Results of an R&D Effort on the ISABELLE Control System; BNL 25528; May (1979).


  33. E. Gatti, A. Longoni, H. Okuno, and P. Semenza; Optimum Geometry for Strip Cathodes on Grids in MWPC for Avalanche Localization Along the Anode Wires; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 163 (1979) 83-92.

  34. Emilio Gatti, Hideki Okuno, and Marina Artuso; Interwoven Grid Wires for Second Coordinate Readout in MWPC; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 167 (1979) 417-422.

  35. H. W. Kraner and K. W. Jones; Elemental Analysis of Coal Samples by RBS and PIXE; abs. Bull. Am. Phys. Soc., Vol. 24, 7 September (1979) 823.

  36. J. C. Herrera, J. J. Kolata, H. Kraner, C. L. Wang, R. Allen, D. Gockley, A. Hassan, A. Kanofsky, and G. Lazo; Observation of Characteristic g Radiation from the (K-,p-g) Reaction on Light Nuclei; Phys. Rev. Letters, Vol. 40, No. 3, 16 January (1978) 158-161.

  37. R. E. Shroy, H. W. Kraner, K. W. Jones, J. S. Jacobson, and L. I. Heller; Determination of Fluorine in Food Samples by the 19F(p,p'g)19F Reaction: BNL 22919; pres. 3rd Int'l. Conf. Ion Beam Analysis, 27 June - 1 July (1977), Washington, DC; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 149 313 (1978).

  38. S. Rankowitz; Critical Choices for Oceanographic Data Acquisition and Telemetry Systems; pres. Nat'l. Sediment Transport Study - Instrumentation Workshop at Scripps Inst. of Oceanography, La Jolla, CA, 16-17 June (1977); BNL 22871; pub. Proc. of Workshop (1978).


  39. A. H. Walenta; Left-Right Assignment in Drift Chambers and MWPCs Using Induced Signals; BNL 23162; Nucl. Instr. & Meth 151, 461-472 (1978).

  40. J. Fischer, H. Okuno, and A. H. Walenta; Spatial Distribution of the Avalanche in Proportional Chambers; BNL 23163; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 151, 451-460 (1978).

  41. H. W. Kraner, J. F. Patterson, and J. C. Smith; Combined Cortical Thickness and Bone Density Determination by Photon Absorptiometry; BNL 23080; Phys. Med. & Biol. 23, 1101-1114 (1978).

  42. S. N. Roy, A. M. Ghose, and H. W. Kraner; Coherent Scattering of Gamma Rays from Calcium Oxide; BNL 23290; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 153, (1978) 229-233.

  43. Emilio Gatti and Veljko Radeka; Optimum Filters with Time Width Constraints for Liquid Argon Total-Absorption Detectors; BNL 23341; pres. IEEE Nuc. Sci. Symp., 19-21 October (1977), San Francisco; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-25, February (1978) 676-686.

  44. V. Radeka and P. Rehak; Second Coordinate Readout in Drift Chambers by Charge Division; BNL 23345; pres. IEEE Nuc. Sci. Symp., 19-21 October (1977), San Francisco; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-25, February (1978) 46-52.

  45. F. W. Stubblefield; A Main Program and Overlay Manager Subsystem Within a Distributed Function Laboratory Computer System; BNL 23362; pres. IEEE Nuc. Sci. Symp., 19-21 October (1977), San Francisco; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-25, February (1978) 217-225.

  46. F. W. Stubblefield; Conversion of an Operating System Oriented Towards Transaction Processing from Two to Three Modes of Logical Address Space; BNL 23363; pres. IEEE Nuc. Sci. Symp., 19-21 October (1977), San Francisco; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-25, February (1978) 231-242.

  47. D. G. Dimmler; Computer Networks in Future Accelerator Control Systems; BNL 23433; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-25, April (1978) 974-988.

  48. J. Fischer, H. Okuno, and A. H. Walenta; Avalanche Localization and its Effects in Proportional Counters; BNL 23453; pres. IEEE Nuc. Sci. Symp., 19-21 October (1977), San Francisco; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-25, February (1978) 794-799.

  49. I. W. Duedall, R. Dayal, J. H. Parker, H. W. Kraner, K. W. Jones, and R. E. Shroy; Distribution, Composition and Morphology of Suspended Solids in the New York Bight Apex; "Estuarine Interactions", Martin L. Wiley, ed., 533-564 (1978).


  50. R. E. Shroy, H. W. Kraner, and K. W. Jones; Proton Microprobe with Windowless Exit Port; Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 23, No. 1, 73 (1978); Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 157, 163-168 (1978).

  51. B. P. Schoenborn, J. Alberi, A. M. Saxena, and J. Fischer; A Low Angle Neutron Data Acquisition System for Molecular Biology; BNL 23370-R; J. Applied Cryst., Vol. II, 455-460 (1978).


  52. S. A. Barker, M. E. Butler, S. R. Butler, F. J. Feigl, H. W. Kraner, and K. W. Jones; Chlorine Diffusion Out of SiO2 During Annealing of HCl Oxides; J. Electrochem. Soc. 125, 355 C (1978).

  53. W. Farr, J. Heintze, K. H. Hellenbrand, and A. H. Walenta; Space Resolution of Drift Chambers Operated at High Gas Pressure; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 154 (1978) 175.

  54. A. H. Walenta, H. Okuno, et al.; PWCs and Drift Chambers at ISABELLE; BNL 50885; 1978 ISABELLE Summer Workshop, 7/17-28/78, pp. 139-158.

  55. R. Di Nardo; Particle Detection by Secondary Electron Emission from Low-Density KCl; BNL 50885; 1978 ISABELLE Summer Workshop, 7/17-28/78, pp. 28-32.


  56. J. L. Alberi; Multiport Memory Subsystem II; BNL 29056; informal report with limited distribution (not pub.); November (1978).


  57. J. B. Warren and J. J. Hren; A Comparison of Microdiffraction Methods; BNL 46431; Norelco Reporter 25 (1), 6-12 (1978).

  58. J. B. Warren and J. J. Hren; Microdiffraction With a Focused Condenser Aperture; BNL 46430; pres. 9th Int'l. Conf. on Electron Microscopy, Toronto, Canada, 1-9 August (1978); Electron Microscopy 1978, J. M. Sturgess, ed., Vol. 1 - Physics, 671 (1978).


  59. A. Arbel and J. Warren; The Effect of Creep on Fracture of Metals; (abstract only) BNL 24506; Proc. TMS-AIME Fall Meeting, St. Louis, MO, 15-19 October (1978) 202.

  60. D. G. Dimmler and W. H. Hardy, II; A Shared Random Access Memory Resource for Multiprocessor Real-Time Systems; BNL 21884; pres. IEEE Nuc. Sci. Symp., 20-22 October (1976); IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-24, 1, February (1977) 469-475.

  61. F. W. Stubblefield; A File Management for Experiment Control Parameters Within a Distributed Function Computer Network; BNL 21885; pres. IEEE Nuc. Sci. Symp., 20-22 October (1976); IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-24, 1, February (1977) 460-468.

  62. J. L. Alberi; Position Readout by Charge Division in Large Two-Dimensional Detectors; BNL 21886; pres. IEEE Nuc. Sci. Symp., 20-22 October (1976); IEEE Nuc. Sci. Symp., 20-22 October (1976); IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-24, 1, February (1977) 188-194.

  63. V. Radeka; High Resolution Liquid Argon Total-Absorption Detectors: Electronic Noise and Electrode Configuration; BNL 21887; pres. IEEE Nuc. Sci. Symp., 20-22 October (1976); IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-24, 1 February (1977) 293-298.

  64. H. Okuno, R. L. Chase, J. Fischer, and A. H. Walenta; Flat Helical Delay Lines for Position Readout Along the Anode Wire in MWPC and Drift Chambers; BNL 21888; pres. IEEE Nuc. Sci. Symp., 20-22 October (1976); IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-24, 1, February (1977) 213-217.

  65. A. Rohatgi, S. R. Butler, F. J. Feigl, H. W. Kraner, and K. W. Jones; Sodium Passivation in HCl Oxide Films on Si; Applied Phys. Letters, Vol. 30, No. 2, 15 January (1977) 104-106.

  66. D. G. Dimmler; Computer Networks in Future Accelerator Control Systems; BNL 22465; invited paper pres. 1977 Particle Accelerator Conf., 16-18 March (1977), Chicago.


  67. S. R. Butler, F. J. Feigl, A. Rohatgi, H. W. Kraner, and K. W. Jones; Cl Incorporation in SiO2 Prepared by Oxidation of Si in O2-HCl Ambients; abstract pres. Annual Mtg. Electrochemical Soc., Philadelphia, 8-13 May (1977); to appear in J. Electrochem. Soc., March (1977).

  68. I. W. Duedall, R. Dayal, A. Okubo, K. W. Jones, H. W. Kraner, and R. E. Shroy; Short-Term Variability in the Composition and Distribution of Sewage Sludge in the Ocean After Dumping; Program for Am. Geophys. Union Mtg., San Francisco, 5-9 December (1977) 31.


  69. D. G. Dimmler; Proposal for a Monitoring and Experiment Control System at the Superconducting Transmission Project; BNL 22263; (internal report); January (1977).


  70. Myron C. Ledbetter, Walter Geisbusch, Wayne R. McKinney, and Philip S. Woods; Electron Microscopy Soc. of America Bull.; Vol. 7, No. 2, December (1977) 9-15.

  71. R. L. Chase; Triple-Coincidence with Automatic Chance Coincidence Correction; BNL 20366; pres. IEEE Nuc. Sci. Symp., 19-21 November (1975); IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-23, No. 1, February (1976) 244-246.

  72. F. W. Stubblefield and D. G. Dimmler; A Task Scheduler and Service Subsystem for the Common Node of a Distributed Laboratory Computer Network; BNL 20666; pres. IEEE Nuc. Sci. Symp., 19-21 November (1975); IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-23, 1, February (1976) 413-422.

  73. F. W. Stubblefield; Continuous Sharing of a Record-Oriented Output Device Within a Distributed Function Laboratory Computer Network; BNL 20667; pres. IEEE Nuc. Sci. Symp., 19-21 November (1975); IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-23, 1, February (1976) 423-430.

  74. W. H. Hardy and K. G. Lynn; A New Approach to Timing: The Fast-Fast System; BNL 20628; pres. IEEE Nuc. Sci. Symp., 19-21 November (1975); IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-23, 1, February (1976) 229-233.

  75. F. W. Stubblefield; Logical and Physical Resource Management in the Common Node of a Distributed Function Laboratory Computer Network; BNL 20645; pres. IEEE Nuc. Sci. Symp., 19-21 November (1975); IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-23, 1, February (1976) 406-412.

  76. D. G. Dimmler, N. E. Greenlaw, and S. Rankowitz; A Controllable Automated Environmental Data Acquisition and Monitoring System; BNL 20665; pres. IEEE Nuc. Sci. Symp., 19-21 November (1975); IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-23, 1, February (1976) 748-756.

  77. D. G. Dimmler, N. Greenlaw, M. A. Kelley, D. W. Potter, S. Rankowitz, and F. W. Stubblefield; The Brookhaven Reactor Experiment Control Facility - A Distributed Function Computer Network -; BNL 20627; invited paper pres. IEEE Nuc. Sci. Symp., 19-21 November (1975); IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-23, 1, February (1976) 398-405.

  78. J. L. Alberi and W. H. Hardy, II; An Instrument for Bone Mineral Measurement Using a Microprocessor as the Control and Arithmetic Element; BNL 20718; pres. IEEE Nuc. Sci. Symp., 19-21 November (1975); IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-23, 1, February (1976) 645-650.

  79. J. L. Alberi and V. Radeka; Position Sensing by Charge Division; BNL 20720; pres. IEEE Nuc. Sci. Symp., 19-21 November (1975); IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-23, 1, February (1976) 251-258.

  80. Lee C. Rogers; Adjustment Procedure for Analog Divider IH-785 and Analog Multiplier IH-930; BNL 20939; January (1976); (internal report).


  81. V. Radeka, L. C. Rogers, L.C.L. Yuan, H. Uto, and G. F. Dell; Geometric Mean Computer and Its Use with Transition Radiation Experiments; BNL 20747; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 133 (1976) 525-529.

  82. J. Fischer, J. Fuhrmann, S. Iwata, R. Palmer, and V. Radeka; Large Proportional Multiwire Chambers for Transition Radiation Detection with Unambiguous Position Readout; BNL 21160; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 136 (1976) 19-27.

  83. N. A. Greenhouse, G. S. Levine, H. W. Kraner, and J. R. Naidu; A Thin Intrinsic Germanium Detector Array for Direct Counting of Soil Samples; BNL 20908; (in abstract form); Health Phys. Soc. Annual Mtg., San Francisco, 27 June - 2 July (1976).


  84. D. G. Dimmler, S. Rankowitz, D. W. Huszagh, and J. Scott; A Controllable Real-Time Data Collection System for Coastal Oceanography; BNL 21431; pres. Conf. OCEANS '76, 13-15 September (1976); pub. in Proceedings of same, p. 148.


  85. D. M. Stevens, G. B. Collins, J. R. Ficenec, W. P. Trower, J. Fischer, and S. Iwata; Search for Multiphoton Events from Proton-Nuclei Interactions at 300 GeV/c; BNL 21536; Phys. Rev. D, Vol. 14, No. 9, 1, November (1976) 2207-2218.

  86. K. W. Jones, H. W. Kraner, and W. Brandt; Impact-Parameter Dependent K-Shell Ionization in Ion-Atom Collisions, I Experiment; Phys. Letters 57A, May (1976).

  87. Robert A. Meck, Arland L. Carsten, and John J. Kelsch; Growth of HeLa Cells in Diffusion Chamber Cultures In Vivo; Cancer Research 36, 2317-2320, July (1976).

  88. J. C. Smith, Jr., E. D. Brown, J. F. Patterson, and H. W. Kraner; Effect of All Contraceptive Hormones on Bone and Mineral Metabolism; Fed. Proc. Vol. 35, No. 2621, (1976); (abstract only).

  89. Paul S. Papavasiliou, Samuel T. Miller, George T. Cotzias, Hobart W. Kraner, and Rosario S. Hsieh; Colligative Analysis: Manganese, Catecholamines and L-Dopa-Induced Dysknesia; BNL 18696R2; J. Neurochemistry, Vol. 24, (1975).


  90. K. W. Jones and H. W. Kraner; Energy Lost to Ionization by 254 eV 73Ge Atoms Stopping in Ge; BNL 19036; July (1974); Phys. Rev. A, April (1975).

  91. J. L. Alberi, J. Fischer, V. Radeka, L. C. Rogers, and B. Schoenborn; A Two-Dimensional Position-Sensitive Detector for Thermal Neutrons; BNL 19487; pres. IEEE Nuc. Sci. Symp., 11-13 December (1974); IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-22, 1, February (1975) 255-268; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 127 (1975) 507-523.

  92. H. W. Kraner, Eugene E. Haller, and Richard H. Pehl; Fast Neutron Radiation Damage of High Purity Germanium Detectors; BNL 19488; pres. IEEE Nuc. Sci. Symp., 11-13 December (1974); IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-22, 1, February (1975) 149-154.

  93. F. W. Stubblefield and D. G. Dimmler; Transaction Processing in the Common Node of a Distributed Function Laboratory Computer System; BNL 19491; pres. IEEE Nuc. Sci. Symp., 11-13 December (1974); IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-22, 1, February (1975) 473-479.

  94. E. Beardsworth, J. Fischer, S. Iwata, M. J. LeVine, V. Radeka, and C. E. Thorn; Multiwire Proportional Chamber Focal Plane Detector; BNL 19878; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 127 (1975) 29-39.

  95. J. Fischer, S. Iwata, V. Radeka, C. L. Wang, and W. J. Willis; Lithium Transition Radiator and Xenon Detector Systems for Particle Identification at High Energies; BNL 20063; abstract pres. IEEE Nuc. Sci. Symp., 11-13 December (1974); Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 127 (1975) 527-537.

  96. R. Bosshard, J. Fischer, S. Iwata, V. Radeka, C. L. Wang, and M. Atac; Transition Radiation from 100 to 250 GeV Pions; BNL 19946; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 127, (1975) 137-139.

  97. R. Bosshard, J. Fischer, S. Iwata, V. Radeka, C. L. Wang, and M. Atac; X-ray Transition Radiation from 50 GeV Electrons; BNL 19982; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 127, (1975) 141-143.

  98. R. Bosshard, R. L. Chase, J. Fischer, S. Iwata, and V. Radeka; Printed Low Velocity Delay Lines for Cathode Readout of Proportional Chambers; BNL 19976; pres. 2nd ISPRA Nuclear Electronics Symp., Stresa, Italy, 20-23 May (1975); IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-22, No. 5, October (1975).

  99. D. Gerd Dimmler; Real-Time Acquisition of Oceanographic Data; BNL 20125; invited paper pres. Conf. on Computer Support of Environmental Science and Analysis; Albuquerque, 9-11 July (1975).


  100. D. G. Dimmler; The ISABELLE Control and Monitoring System Global Overview; CRISP 75-5 ID-002-01, April (1975).


  101. Emilio Gatti, Veljko Radeka, and Martin Rosenblum; Particle Identification by Processing of Signals from Multiple Detectors; BNL 20212; invited paper pres. 2nd ISPRA Nuclear Electronics Symp., Stresa, Italy, 20-23 May (1975); IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-22, No. 5, October (1975).

  102. H. W. Kraner and J. C. Smith; Bone Thickness and Density Determinations by Photon Absorptionmetry; BNL 20367; sub. Science, August (1975).

  103. R. Bosshard, J. Fischer, S. Iwata, V. Radeka, C. L. Wang, and W. J. Willis; Practical Aspects of Li-Xe Transition Radiation Detectors; BNL 20461; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 130, 2 (1975) 365-373.

  104. W. P. Trower, G. B. Collins, J. R. Ficenec, D. M. Stevens, J. Fischer, and S. Iwata; Search for Multiphoton Events in 300 GeV p-Be Collisions; in abstract form: Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. II, Vol. 12, p. 1504; December (1975).


  105. J. L. Alberi; Development of Large-Area Position-Sensitive Neutron Detectors; BNL 50453; pub. in Proc. Symp. Neutron Scattering for Analysis of Biological Structures; 2-6 June (1975), Upton, NY.


  106. Derek I. Lowenstein and Frank W. Stubblefield; DIBBUK, A Monitoring and Control System for Secondary Particle Beams from a High Energy Particle Accelerator; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 129 (1975) 575-580.

  107. P. Schübelin, J. Fuhrmann, S. Iwata, V. Radeka, W. N. Schreiner, F. Turkot, A. Weitsch, and R. W. Sancton; Low Mass Cylindrical Multiwire Proportional Chamber with Unambiguous Dual Coordinate Readout; BNL 20663; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 131, (1975) 39-46.

  108. C. P. Hohberger, Y. L. Yamamoto, C. J. Thompson, and W. Feindel; On-Line Computer Measurement of Microregional Cerebral Blood Flow by Xenon-133 Clearance; Int'l. J. Nuclear Medicine and Biology (1975), Vol. 2, pp. 153-158.


  109. J. L. Alberi, H. W. Kraner, H. L. Atkins, and P. Bradley-Moore; Transmission Scanning II; BNL 18375; pres. 1973 Nuclear Science Symp., 14-16 November (1973), San Francisco; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-21, No. 1, February (1974) 635.

  110. D. G. Dimmler; Functional Distribution - An Architecture for Real-Time Multi-User Computer Networks in Instrumentation; BNL 18360; invited paper pres. 1973 Nuclear Science Symp., 14-16 November (1973), San Francisco; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-21, No. 1, February (1974) 838.

  111. V. Radeka; Signal, Noise, and Resolution in Position-Sensitive Detectors; BNL 18377; invited paper pres. 1973 Nuclear Science Symp., 14-16 November (1973), San Francisco; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-21, No. 1, February (1974) 51.

  112. Lawrence H. Zingesser, Ephraim S. Himmelstein, Paul Goodwin, H. L. Atkins, J. L. Alberi, H. W. Kraner, and E. Lebowitz; The Use of Stable and Radioactive Bismuth in Brain Tumor Localization; pres. 10th Symp. Neuroradiologicum, Punta del Este, Uruguay, 10-16 March (1974).


  113. F. H. Geisler, K. W. Jones, J. S. Fowler, H. W. Kraner, and D. N. Slatkin; In Vitro Labeling of Lymphocytes with Denterated Thymidine; sub. Biological Physics Section, Philadelphia Mtg. APS, 25-28 March (1974); Bull. Am. Phys. Soc., Series II, 19, 373 (1974).

  114. J. Fischer, S. Iwata, V. Radeka, C. L. Wang, and W. J. Willis; A New Transition Radiator-Detector System for Particle Identification at Very High Energies; BNL 18657; Phys. Letters 49B, 4, April (1974) 393-396.

  115. W. J. Willis and V. Radeka; Liquid Argon Ionization Chambers as Total Absorption Detectors; BNL 18813; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 120, (1974) 221-236.

  116. F. H. Geisler, K. W. Jones, J. S. Fowler, H. W. Kraner, A. P. Wolf, E. P. Cronkite, and D. N. Slatkin; Deuterium Micromapping of Biological Samples Using the D(T,n)4He Reaction and Plastic Track Detectors; BNL 18788; Science, Vol. 186, pp. 361-363, 25 October (1974).

  117. R. L. Chase; Low P. F. Wattmeter - IH-744 - Instructions for Use; BNL 19404; 8 November (1974); (not published).


  118. J. Jeanjean, M. Jeanjean, R. Madaras, J. L. Masnou, J. Perez-Y-Jorba, A. Quenzer, F. Rumpf, J. L. Bertrand, J. C. Bizot, R. L. Chase, A. Cordier, B. Delcourt, P. Eschstruth, and G. Grosdidier; A Low-Density, Cylindrical MWPC with Simultaneous Anode and Cathode Readout for Use in a Magnetic Detector; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 117, (1974) 349-354.

  119. H. W. Kraner, J. Llacer, and H. L. Atkins; A Large Area Germanium Detector for Rectilinear Scanning; BNL 16610; Radiology 106, 425 February (1973).

  120. J. Llacer; Ultimate Capabilities of Detectors with High Energy Resolution in Radioisotope Scanning; BNL 16892; pres. 1972 Nuclear Science Symp.; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-20, No. 1, 273 February (1973).

  121. Veljko Radeka; Field-Effect Transistors for Charge Amplifiers; BNL 17420; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-20, No. 1, 182 February (1973).

  122. J. S. Robertson, R. B. Marr, M. Rosenblum, V. Radeka, and Y. L. Yamamoto; 32-Crystal Positron Transverse Section Detector; BNL 17237; "Tomographic Imaging in Nuclear Medicine"; Soc. Nuclear Medicine, Inc., NY (1973), 142; G. S. Friedman, Ed.


  123. George B. Collins, John R. Ficenec, Donald M. Stevens, W. P. Trower (VPI), and Joachim Fischer (BNL); An Unexplained Multiphoton Phenomenon; BNL 17250; Phys. Rev. D, Vol. 8, 982, 1 August (1973).


  124. H. W. Kraner, J. L. Alberi, and H. L. Atkins; Transmission Scanning Using a Continuous X-ray Source; BNL 17439; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-20, No. 1, 389 February (1973).

  125. V. Radeka; Logarithmic Charge Amplifier for Scintillation Detector; BNL 17776; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 113, 3 (1973).

  126. John F. Arens, Gerald F. Cooper, Charles R. Greer, Jane Jellison, Alan B. Macnee, Jonathan F. Ormes, Michael J. Ryan, Benjamin Seidenberg, Sam P. Baffo, Robert Chase, Carol J. Crannell, and Francis X. Powell; Development of Spark Chambers for Use in Measurements of the Charge Spectrum of High Energy Cosmic Rays; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-20, No. 1, February (1973).

  127. M. N. Varma, A. Joshi, Myron Strongin, and V. Radeka; Difference Auger Spectroscopy for Studying Small Quantities of Elements on Metallic Surfaces; Rev. Sci. Instr. 44, 1643 (1973).

  128. D. N. Slatkin, K. W. Jones, F. H. Geisler, A. P. Wolf, J. S. Fowler, H. W. Kraner, and E. P. Cronkite; Medical Autoradiography with Stable Isotope Thymidine: Theory and Preliminary Experiments; pres. 1st Int'l. Conf. Stable Isotopes in Chemistry, Biology, and Medicine, 9-11 May (1973); Argonne Nat. Lab.; BNL 17883.


  129. Werner Brandt, K. W. Jones, and H. W. Kraner; Impact-Parameter Dependence of K-Shell Coulomb-Ionization Cross Sections; Phys. Rev. Letters 30, 351 (1973).

  130. R. L. Chase; A Mechanical Resonance Detector for Multiwire Proportional Chambers; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 113, (1973) 395-399.

  131. V. Radeka; Trapezoidal Filtering of Signals from Large Germanium Detectors at High Rates; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-19, No. 1, 412 (1972).

  132. J. Llacer; Basic Limitations in the Fabrication of Radiation Detectors by Gamma Compensation of Germanium; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-19, No. 1, 295 (1972).

  133. Z. H. Cho and R. L. Chase; Improved Amplitude and Rise Time Compensate Timing with Ge Detectors; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-19, No. 1, 451 (1972).

  134. Z. H. Cho and R. L. Chase; Comparative Study of the Timing Techniques Currently Employed with Ge Detectors; BNL 16152; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 98, 355 (1972).

  135. B. M. Gordon and H. W. Kraner; Trace Element Analysis by Charged Particle Induced Characteristic X-rays; BNL 15931; Proc. Conf. Trace Substances in Environmental Health, Univ. Missouri, June (1971); "Trace Substances in Environmental Health-V", D. D. Hemphill, Ed., p. 419, Univ. Missouri Press (1972).


  136. B. M. Gordon and H. W. Kraner; On the Development of a System for Trace Element Analysis in the Environment by Charged Particle X-ray Fluorescence; pres. Int'l. Mtg. "Chemical Analysis by Charged Particle Bombardment", Namur, Belgium, 5-8 September (1971); J. Radional. Chem. 12, 181 (1972).

  137. Z. H. Cho and J. Llacer; Timing with High Purity Germanium Coaxial Detector; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 98, 461 (1972).

  138. Joachim Fischer and Shinkichi Shibata; The Hybrid Chamber: A Proportional Chamber with Gated Spark Readout; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 101, 401 (1972).

  139. J. Llacer and H. W. Kraner; Neutron Damage and Annealing in High Purity Germanium Radiation Detectors; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 98, 467 (1972).

  140. H. L. Atkins, W. Hauser, and H. W. Kraner; Absorption Edge Transmission Scanning; Am. J. Roentgenology, Radium Therapy and Nuclear Medicine, Vol. CXIV, No. 1, January (1972).


  141. Z. H. Cho and R. L. Chase; Rise Time Gated Leading Edge Trigger for Improved Timing of Monoenergetic Gamma Rays with Ge Detectors; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 102, 209 (1972).

  142. J. Llacer; A Large Volume High Purity Germanium Radiation Detector; BNL 16739; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 104, 249 (1972).

  143. R. Davis, Jr., J. C. Evans, V. Radeka, and L. C. Rogers; Report on the Brookhaven Solar Neutrino Experiment; Proc. "Neutrino" Conf., Balatonfured, Hungary, (6/11-17/72); Vol. I, pp. 5-27.


  144. James C. Schmitt and H. W. Kraner; A Bone Density Scanner Using Gamma Ray Attenuation with a Ge(HP) Detector; BNL 17542; December (1972).


  145. J. Llacer; Planar and Coaxial High Purity Germanium Radiation Detectors; BNL 15910; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 98, 259 (1972).

  146. K. W. Jones and H. W. Kraner; Determination of Isotopic Abundance Ratios of C, N, and O Organic Samples Using Nuclear Techniques; BNL 16933; July (1972) (not published).


  147. W. J. Hartin; An Improved Safety System; with L. J. Goodman (Columbia Univ.); Health Phys. 20, 73 (1971).

  148. W. J. Hartin and L. J. Goodman; Checking and Monitoring Safety System Logic Circuits; Health Phys. 21, 309 (1971).

  149. B. Soucek; Complete Model for Statistical Composition of the End-Plate Potential; J. Theor. Biol. 30, 631-645 (1971).

  150. B. Soucek; Influence of the Latency Fluctuations and the Quantal Process of Transmitter Release on the End-Plate Potential Amplitude Distribution; Biophys. J., Vol. II, No. 2, 127-139 (1971).


  151. A. D. Carlson and B. Soucek; Neuroelectrical Signal Analysis Using Nuclear Instrumentation Techniques; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-18, No. 1, 41, February (1971).

  152. R. L. Chase; Self-Balancing Conductance Bridge for Cryogenic Thermometry; Rev. Sci. Instr. 42, 319 (1971).

  153. G. L. Miller (BTL), N. Williams, A. Senator, R. Stansgaard, and J. Fischer (BNL); A Position-Sensitive Detector for Magnetic Spectrograph; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 91, 389 (1971).

  154. P. Rogers, D. Potter, and V. Radeka; Automatic Gain-Controlled Amplifier for Beam Profile Monitors; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 96, 3 (1971).

  155. K. W. Jones and H. W. Kraner; Stopping of 1- to 1.8 keV 73Ge Atoms in Germanium; Phys. Rev. C, 4, 125 July (1971).



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