Instrumentation Publications - Prior to 1970



  1. V. Radeka; Overload Recovery Circuit for Charge Amplifiers; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-17, No. 1, p. 269, February (1970).

  2. Joan Felberbaum and D. Gerd Dimmler; The Use of a Small Computer as a Communications Controller of Multi-User On-Line Systems; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-17, No. 1, 419, February (1970).

  3. V. Radeka and E. J. Rogers; Fast Polynomial Function Generator; Rev. Sci. Instr. 41, 498 (1970).

  4. H. W. Kraner, C. A. Boulin, and S. Wagner; Si(Li) Coaxial Detectors; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-17, No. 3, 215, June (1970).

  5. V. Radeka; Charge Amplification Without Charge Leak Resistor; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-17, No. 3, 433, June (1970).

  6. B. Soucek, M. Cimerman, and B. Breyer; Amplitude Distributions of the Poisson Process Transformed by Systems with Memory with Special Reference to Shot Noise and Pile-up; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-17, No. 3, 375, June (1970).

  7. J. Llacer; Particle Identification at Relativistic Energies by the Use of Secondary Emitters; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-17, No. 3, 29, June (1970).

  8. B. Soucek; New Trends in Multichannel Data Analysis; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-17, No. 4, 20, August (1970).

  9. J. Chester and R. Chase; A Compact Counting System Utilizing Integrated Circuits; Health Phys. 18, 191 (1970).

  10. M. J. LeVine and R. L. Chase; Electronic Correction of Digitizing Errors; Rev. Sci. Instr. 41, 1327 (1970).

  11. Joachim Fischer and Shinkichi Shibata; The Prop-Spark Hybrid Chamber: A Digital Detector of Short Resolving Time Fast Recovery and Conventional Readout; Proc. Int'l. Conf. Instrumentation for High Energy Physics, Dubna, USSR, September (1970) 270-277.

  12. V. Radeka and R. L. Chase; A Digital Phase Burst Generator for NMR Relaxation Experiments; Rev. Sci. Instr. 41, 1766 (1970).

  13. H. W. Kraner; On the Use of Gamma Ray Spectroscopy to Determine Pu Isotopic Abundances in Plutonium Sources; BNL 50237 (T-572), August (1970).

  14. Paul P. Craig and Veljko Radeka; Stress Dependence of Contact Potential: The ac Kelvin Method; Rev. Sci. Instr. 41, 258 (1970).

  15. D. Ophir, B. J. Shepherd, and R. J. Spinrad; Three Dimensional Computer Display; Communication of Assoc. for Computing Machinery 12, 6, June (1969).

  16. R. L. Chase; Flyback System for a Constant Velocity Mössbauer Drive; Rev. Sci. Instr. 40, 85 (1969).

  17. E. J. Rogers; Wide-Range Van de Graaff Pulser; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-16, No. 3, p. 105, June (1969).

  18. V. Radeka; 1/|f| Noise in Physical Measurements; Ispra, Italy: Nuclear Electronics Symp., 5/6-8/69; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-16, 17, October (1969).

  19. D. G. Dimmler; A Computerized Data Acquisition System for High Event Rates from Many Sources; Ispra, Italy: Proc. Nuclear Electronics Symp., 5/6-8/69, p. 269.

  20. J. Fischer and S. Shibata; Electron Attachment in Noble Gases with Traces of CCl4 or Freon 12, Using Pulsed Spark Chambers as Super Sensitive Electron Indicators; 9th Int'l. Conf. on Phenomena in Ionized Gases; Bucharest, Romania, (9/1-6/69).

  21. J. Fischer and S. Shibata; The Prop Spark Hybrid Chamber; pres. Mtg. High Energy Development Group, BNL, (12/13/69); BNL 14766.

  22. V. Radeka and N. Karlovac; Time-Variant Filters for High Rate Pulse Amplitude Spectrometry; Gatlinburg Conf. 1967; "Semiconductor Nuclear-Particle Detectors and Circuits"; Pub. 1593, Nat. Acad. Sci., Washington, DC, (1969) 553-569.

  23. R. L. Chase; The Semiconductor Detector as a Signal Generator; Gatlinburg Conf. 1967; "Semiconductor Nuclear-Particle Detectors and Circuits"; Pub. 1593, Nat. Acad. Sci., Washington, DC, (1969) 376-380.

  24. V. Radeka; Field-Effect Transistor Noise as a Function of Temperature and Frequency; Gatlinburg Conf. 1967; "Semiconductor Nuclear-Particle Detectors and Circuits"; Pub. 1593, Nat. Acad. Sci., Washington, DC, (1969) 393-401.

  25. V. Radeka; Signal Processing for High-Resolution Pulse Amplitude Spectrometry; Gatlinburg Conf. 1967; "Semiconductor Nuclear-Particle Detectors and Circuits"; Pub. 1593, Nat. Acad. Sci., Washington, DC, (1969) 511-522.

  26. Robert L. Chase; A Pulse Timing System for Use with Gamma Rays on Ge(Li) Detectors; Proc. Int'l. Symp. Nuclear Electronics, Versailles, (9/10/68); pp. 51-1, Tome I; Rev. Sci. Instr. 39, 1318 (1968).

  27. H. W. Kraner and H. E. Wegner; Gamma Ray Compensated Germanium Detectors; Bull. Am. Phys. Soc., Series II, 13, 560 (1968).

  28. D. Ophir; DTN-Data Terminal Network Computer System; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 62, No. 3, 285-294 (1968).

  29. E. A. Tonna and E. J. Rogers; Microscopic Photodensitometry and Microspectrophotometry Using a Fixed Double-Aperture Optical System and an Electronically Controlled Automatic Scanning Microscope State; J. Royal Microscopical Soc., Vol. 88, pp. 71-84 (1968).

  30. J. Fischer (BNL), G. J. Igo, and S. B. Orbeson (LASL); Digitized Spark Chamber with Very High Spatial Resolution at High Counting Rates; Proc. Int'l. Symp. Nuclear Electronics, Versailles, p. 5-1, Tome II, (9/10-13/68).

  31. V. Radeka; State-of-the-Art of Low Noise Amplifiers; Proc. Int'l. Symp. Nuclear Electronics, Versailles, p. 46, Tome I, (9/10-13/68).

  32. Joachim Fischer and Shinkichi Shibata; Proportional Mode Digital Discharge Chambers; Proc. Int'l. Symp. Nuclear Electronics, Versailles, p. 2, Tome III, (9/10-13/68).

  33. Joachim Fischer and Shinkichi Shibata; Shower Counting with Transmission Line Type Digital Spark Chambers; Proc. Int'l. Symp. Nuclear Electronics, Versailles, p. 3, Tome III, (9/10-13/68).

  34. Joachim Fischer, Shinkichi Shibata, and Charles E. Roos; Digital Spark-Grid-Chamber for a Superconducting Magnet; Proc. Int'l. Symp. Nuclear Electronics, Versailles, p. 4, Tome III, (9/10-13/68).

  35. C. Chasman, K. W. Jones, H. W. Kraner (BNL), and Werner Brandt (NYU); Band Gap Effects in the Stopping of Ge72 Atoms in Germanium; Phys. Rev. Letters 21, 1430 (1968).

  36. V. Radeka; Review Report for Session on "Signal Filtering - High Counting Rate Problems", Int'l. Symp. Nuclear Electronics, Versailles, (9/10-13/68), Proc. Vol. 1, pp. 66-1 to 26.

  37. D. Ophir, S. Rankowitz, B. J. Shepherd, and R. J. Spinrad; Comment on "An Introduction to Computer Graphic Terminals"; Proc. IEEE 56, 758, April (1968).

  38. D. Gerd Dimmler; Study for the Expansion of the On-Line Data Processing Facility; BNL 50180; (T-536); (6/30/68).

  39. E. J. Rogers; "High Voltage Generators and Particle Accelerators", Standard Handbook for Electrical Engineers, 10th Ed., McGraw-Hill, NY (1968); BNL 9769.

  40. W. A. Higinbotham; Effectiveness and Failures of Monitoring Systems; Conf. on Pediatric Significance of Peacetime Radiation Fallout; San Diego, CA, May (1966); pub. in "Pediatrics", Vol. 41, No. 1, Part 2, p. 196, January (1968).

  41. D. Stephani; Percentage of Amplitude Modulation Measurements; Electronics World, Vol. 79, No. 1, 51 January (1968); BNL 10627.

  42. BRAD: The Brookhaven Raster Display; Communication of the Assoc. for Computing Machinery, Vol. II, No. 6, pp. 415-416; June (1968); BNL 11589R.

  43. H. W. Kraner, C. Chasman, and K. W. Jones; Effects Produced by Fast Neutron Bombardment of Ge(Li) Gamma Ray Detectors; Gatlinburg Conf. (1967); "Semiconductor Nuclear-Particle Detectors and Circuits"; Pub. 1593, Nat. Acad. Sci., Washington, DC (1969); Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 62, 173 (1968).

  44. Joachim Fischer and Shinkichi Shibata; Transmission-Line Type Large Digitized Spark Chambers; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-15, No. 3, 572, June (1968).

  45. V. Radeka; Optimum Signal-Processing for Pulse Amplitude Spectrometry in the Presence of High-Rate Effects and Noise; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-15, No. 3, 455, June (1968).

  46. H. W. Kraner and R. L. Chase; A Total Absorption Ge(Li) Gamma Ray Spectrometer; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-15, No. 3, 381, June (1968).

  47. R. J. Spinrad; The Automated Laboratory; Trans. NY Acad. Sci., January (1968).

  48. J. Hartin; An Improved Thermoluminescence Dosimetry System; Proc. 11th Annual Meeting of Health Phys. Soc., Houston, 27-30 June (1966); pub. Health Phys. 13, No. 6, 567 June (1967); BNL 10490R.

  49. R. L. Chase and L. R. Poulo; A High Precision dc Restorer; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-14, No. 1, 83 February (1967); BNL 10649.

  50. B. Soucek and R. L. Chase; Tunnel Diode Pulse Shape Discriminator; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 50, 1, 71-7 (1967); BNL 10653.

  51. M. A. Jamini; Production of Lithium-Drifted Germanium Detectors by ac Drift; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-14, No. 1, 492 February (1967).

  52. D. Ophir, B. J. Shepherd, and R. J. Spinrad; Console Networks for Major Computer Systems; Proc. Spring Joint Computer Conf., Atlantic City, NJ, 18-20 April (1967); BNL 10356R.

  53. V. Radeka and N. Karlovac; Least-Square-Error-Amplitude Measurement of Pulse Signals in Presence of Noise; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 52, 86-92 (1967).

  54. E. J. Rogers; A Portable Neutron Dose Equivalent Meter; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-14, No. 5, 8 October (1967); BNL 11088.

  55. J. Fischer; Digitized Spark Chambers in High Energy Physics; Proc. Int'l. Conf. Electromagnetic Interactions at Low and Intermediate Energies; Dubna, 2/7-15/67; BNL 11031; Vol. 4, pp. 179-250; Acad. Sciences, USSR, Moscow (1967).

  56. R. J. Spinrad; A Software Primer for Aspiring Computer Owners; Scientific Research, Vol. 2, No. 8, p. 38, August (1967).

  57. V. Radeka; The Effect of Baseline Restoration on Signal-to-Noise Ratio in Pulse Amplitude Measurements; Rev. Sci. Instr. 38, 1397 (1967); BNL 11376.

  58. R. J. Spinrad; Automation in the Laboratory; instrument issue of Science, Vol. 158, No. 3797, pp. 55-60; 6 October (1967); BNL 11520.

  59. M. R. Bhat, B. R. Borrill, R. E. Chrien, S. Rankowitz, B. Soucek, and O. A. Wasson; A Computer-Based Multiparameter Recording System for Neutron Resonance Capture Gamma-Rays; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 53, 108 (1967).

  60. R. J. Sutter, G. Bennett, J. Fischer, J. L. Friedes, H. Palevsky, and R. Persson (BNL); G. J. Igo (LASL); W. D. Simpson (William Marsh Rice Univ.); Low Pressure Spark Chambers - High Resolution Spectrometer for 1 BeV Protons; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 54, 71 (1967); BNL 11350.

  61. D. R. Beaucage, M. A. Kelley, D. Ophir, S. Rankowitz, R. Spinrad, and R. Van Norton; Multiple Spectrometer Control by Computer; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 40, 26 (1966).

  62. J. Llacer; Geometric Control of Surface Leakage Current and Noise in Lithium-Drifted Silicon Radiation Detectors; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-13, No. 1, 93 February (1966).

  63. B. Soucek and R. J. Spinrad; Megachannel Analyzers; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-13, No. 1, 183 February (1966).

  64. V. Radeka and R. L. Chase; A Parametric Radiation Detector Preamplifier; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-13, No. 3, 477 June (1966).

  65. B. Soucek; List Retrieval for Computer Associative Analyzer; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-13, No. 3, 571 June (1966).

  66. J. Fischer; Digitized Spark Chambers at BNL; Proc. 1966 Int'l. Conf. on Instrumentation for High Energy Physics; p. 31; Stanford Univ., 9-10 September (1966); BNL 10576.

  67. E. Bleser, E. Anderson, G. Collins, J. Fischer, J. Menes, and F. Turkot; Second Generation Wire Spark Chamber System; pres. 1966 Int'l. Conf. on Instrumentation for High Energy Physics; p. 39; Stanford Univ., 9-10 September (1966).

  68. R. J. Spinrad; Disciplinary Session on Low Energy Physics - Computer Systems; Proc. Conf. on Use of Computers in Analysis of Experimental Data and Control of Nuclear Facilities (AEC-ANL), 4-6 May (1966).

  69. E. Bleser, G. B. Collins, J. Fischer, T. Fuji, S. Heller, W. Higinbotham, J. Menes, H. Pate, and F. Turkot; Design and Performance of an On-Line Wire Spark Chamber Spectrometer for 5 to 30 GeV/c Particles; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 44, 1, p. 1 (1966).

  70. B. Soucek; Direct Recording Megachannel Analyzer through Associative Programming of a Digital Computer; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 36, 181 (1965).

  71. R. Spinrad; Machine Recognition of Hand Printing; Information and Control 8, 124 (1965).

  72. R. Spinrad; Digital Systems for Data Handling; "Progress in Nuclear Techniques and Instrumentation", Vol. 1, pp. 221-246, North Holland Pub. Co. (1965).

  73. W. A. Higinbotham, J. F. Jacobs, and H. R. Pate; Digital Readout Circuits for Wire Spark Chambers; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-12, No. 1, 386 (1965).

  74. A. H. Yonda, D. L. Filmer, H. Pate, N. Alonzo, and C.H.W. Hirs; A Digital Procedure for the Computation of Amino Acid Analyzer; Analyt. Biochem. 10, 53 (1965).

  75. B. Soucek; A Stored Program Computer as an Associative Radiation Analyzer; Rev. Sci. Instr. 36, 750 (1965).

  76. B. Soucek; Application of Pile-Up Distortion Calculations; Rev. Sci. Instr. 36, No. 11, 1582-1587, November (1965).

  77. E. J. Rogers; Inexpensive Thermocouple Vacuum Gauge and Interlock System; Rev. Sci. Instr. 36, 1243 (1965).

  78. J. Fischer; Digitized Printed Discharge Planes and Their Operation at Rapid Rates; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-12, No. 4, August (1965).

  79. W. A. Higinbotham; Wire Spark Chambers; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-12, No. 4, August (1965).

  80. J. Fischer; Electron Drift Velocity Variations in Neon + 10% Helium + Alcohol, Using Spark Chamber Efficiency as a Sensitive Indicator; Proc. 7th Int'l. Conf. on Phenomena in Ionizing Gases, p. 68, Belgrade, (1965); edited by B. Perovic and D. Tossic, pub. by Gradevinska Knjiga Pub. House.

  81. W. A. Higinbotham; Use of On-Line Computers in High Energy Counter Experiments; Proc. 5th Int'l. Conf. on High Energy Accelerators, p. 50, Frascati, Italy, September 9 (1965); BNL 9492.

  82. R. J. Spinrad; The Computer and You; Physics Today, 47, pp. 47-54, December (1965).

  83. M. J. Rosenblum; Use of Vidicons in On-Line Measuring Machines at BNL; Proc. Conf. on Programming for Flying Spot Devices; Vol. 2, Columbia Univ., October 27 (1965); BNL 9634.

  84. W. M. Gibson, G. L. Miller, and P. F. Donovan; Semiconductor Particle Spectrometers, "Alpha-,Beta-, and Gamma-Ray Spectroscopy", Chapter VIB, p. 345, Editor: K. Siegbahn, North Holland Pub. Co., Amsterdam (1964).

  85. J. Fischer, G. B. Collins, and W. A. Higinbotham; Characteristics of a Digitized Discharge Hodoscope; BNL 7616; Proc. Int'l. Symp. Nucl. Electronics, Paris, November (1963); Pub. #16670; pp. 57-64 (1964); European Nuclear Energy Agency, OCDE.

  86. K. J. Foley, W. Higinbotham, S. J. Lindenbaum, W. A. Love, S. Ozaki, D. Potter, and L.C.L. Yuan; A High Capacity Digital Data Handling System for Use with Counter Hodoscopes and Digitized Spark Chambers in On-Line Computer AGS Experiments; BNL 852 (T-338); March (1964).

  87. G. L. Miller and V. Radeka; Analogue Multiplication with Field Effect Transistors; Monterey Conf. Instr. Techniques in Nuclear Pulse Height Analysis; BNL 6952; NAS-NRC-1184, p. 104 (1964).

  88. V. Radeka; Field-Effect Transistors in Charge-Sensitive Amplifiers; Monterey Conf. Instr. Techniques in Nuclear Pulse Height Analysis; BNL 6953; NAS-NRC-1184, p. 70 (1964).

  89. R. L. Chase; Information Processing Systems at Brookhaven - National Research Council; Monterey Conf. Instr. Techniques in Nuclear Pulse Height Analysis; NAS-NRC-1184, p. 36 (1964).

  90. E. J. Rogers; Method of Comparing Small ac Voltages in the Presence of Lare dc Components; Rev. Sci. Instr. 35, 139 (1964).

  91. G. L. Miller and V. Radeka; Fast Analogue Multipliers with Field-Effect Transistors; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-11, No. 1, January (1964).

  92. V. Radeka; Fast Decimal Counting with Binary Decimal Logic; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-11, No. 1, January (1964).

  93. J. Fischer; High Voltage Pulse Probe of Fast Rise Time for Spark Chambers; Rev. Sci. Instr. 35, 125 (1964).

  94. F. Pandarese; Behavior of Tunnel Diode Amplitude Discriminators; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-11, No. 2, April (1964).

  95. R. Chrien, S. Rankowitz, and R. Spinrad; Time Shared Time-of-Flight Analysis by Computer; Rev. Sci. Instr. 35, 1150 (1964).

  96. L. Tepper, G. L. Miller, and T. Kycia; A Beam Profile Indicator with Solid State Detectors; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-11, No. 3, p. 431, June (1964).

  97. R. Spinrad; Computer-Centered Data Handling Systems; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-11, No. 3, p. 324, June (1964).

  98. V. Radeka; The Field-Effect Transistor - Its Characteristics and Applications; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-11, No. 3, p. 358, June (1964).

  99. J. Llacer; Study of Surface Effects in Thick Lithium Drifted Silicon Radiation Detectors; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-11, No. 3, p. 221, June (1964).

  100. R. Spinrad; Data Systems for Multiparameter Analysis; Ann. Rev. Nuc. Sci., Vol. 14, p. 239 (1964).

  101. H. J. Morowitz, W. A. Higinbotham, S. W. Matthysse, and H. Quastler; Passive Stability in a Metabolic Network; J. Theor. Biol. 7, 98 (1964).

  102. R. J. Spinrad; Multiple Neutron Spectrometer Control Systems; Proc. EANDC Conf. Automatic Acquisition and Reduction of Data; pp. 214-219; Kernforschungszentrum, Karlsruhe, Germany, July (1964).

  103. W. A. Higinbotham; Recent Advances in Instrumentation; talk at Baird-Atomic Symp., (1959); Advances in Tracer Methodology, p. 195, Vol. 1, editor: Seymour Rothchild , Plenum Press, NY (1963); BNL 5734.

  104. J. V. Kane and R. J. Spinrad; A Stored Program Computer as a Multiparameter Radiation Analyzer; Proc. Conf. on Utilization of Multiparameter Analyzers in Nuclear Physics, Grossinger's, NY, November (1962); CU(PNPL)-277; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 25, 141 (1963).

  105. W. A. Higinbotham, R. Sugarman, D. Potter, and J. Robertson; A Direct Analog Computer for Multi-Compartment Systems; Annals NY Academy of Science, Vol. 108, Art. 1, May (1963).

  106. G. L. Miller and S. Wagner; Production of Thick Semiconductor Radiation Detectors by Lithium Drifting; IEEE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-10, No. 1, (1963).

  107. J. Jovanovich, J. Fischer, T. Fuji, F. Turkot, and G. T. Zorn; A Measurement of the Lifetime of the K2o Meson; Int'l. Conf. on Fundamental Aspects of Weak Interactions; BNL, September (1963); BNL 837, (C-39) 42.

  108. G. L. Miller, W. M.. Gibson, and P. F. Donovan; Semiconductor Particle Detectors; Ann. Rev. Nuc. Sci. 12, 189 (1963).

  109. G. L. Miller, S. Wagner, and L.C.L. Yuan; Investigations on Lithium-Drift Solid State Detectors for High Energy Particle Detection; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 20, 303 (1963).

  110. E. J. Rogers; Integrator for Small Pulses and Direct Currents; Rev. Sci. Instr. 34, 660 (1963).

  111. H. Kuper and F. Rizzo; The Hampmeter; QST Vol. XLVII, No. 10, p. 20, October (1963).

  112. E. J. Rogers and E. Tonna; Electronically Controlled State for Systematic Scanning of a Microscopic Area; IEEE Trans. Bio-Med Electronics, BME-163, (1963).

  113. R. J. Spinrad; Analog-to-Digital Conversion of Any k Out of n Signals; Rev. Sci. Instr. 34, 1269 (1963).

  114. E. J. Rogers; Inexpensive Temperature Control Provides .01 Degree Stability; BNL 7219; July (1963).

  115. J. P. Palmer and R. Marr; Theory of Conducting Fluid MHD Generator; BNL 9414; July (1963).

  116. R. Spinrad; Computers or Multichannel Analyzers?; Nucleonics, Vol. 21, No. 12, p. 46 (1963).

  117. R. Chrien, S. Rankowitz, and R. Spinrad; A Time Shared Computer Data Collection System at Brookhaven Graphite Research Reactor; Bull. Am. Phys. Soc., Ser. 2, Vol. 9, p. 178, 27 February (1964); Proc. Int'l. Conf. Nucl. Phys. Reactor Neutrons, Argonne National Laboratory, ANL-6797, pp. 376-381 (1963).

  118. R. L. Chase; Data Processing; Int'l. Symp. Nucl. Electronics, Paris, November (1963); Electronique Nucleaire, OCDE-ENEA, p. 276 (1963).

  119. E. Rogers; Temperature Compensated, Zero-Offset Clamped Load; Electronic Design, November (1963); BNL 7545.

  120. E. Rogers; Current Feedback Eliminates Errors Due to Contact Voltage Drops; BNL 7546; November (1963).

  121. R. Sugarman, W. A. Higinbotham, and A. H. Yonda; 100 Megacycle Counting System; BNL 5390; "Nuclear Electronics", Vol. III, p. 3, IAEA (Vienna), (1962).

  122. R. L. Chase; A Servo-Stabilized Analogue-to-Digital Converter for High Resolution Pulse Height Analysis; IRE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-9, No. 1, p. 119, January (1962).

  123. G. L. Miller and W. M. Gibson; Charge Collection in Semiconductor Radiation Detectors; BNL 5391; "Nuclear Electronics", Vol. I, p. 477, IAEA (Vienna), (1962).

  124. W. A. Higinbotham and S. Rankowitz; Positron Scanner for Locating Brain Tumors; IRE Int'l. Conv. Record, Part 9, 49-56 (1962).

  125. E. J. Rogers; Van de Graaff Proton Source Receives 110 Kilovolts Boosts; Electronics 35, No. 13, p. 589, March 30 (1962).

  126. R. L. Chase; Recent Developments in Multichannel Pulse-Height Analysis; IRE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-9, No. 3, June (1962).

  127. J. Fischer and G. T. Zorn; Reduction of Delay Between Particle Passage and Spark Chamber Spark; IRE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-9, No. 3, p. 261 (1962).

  128. R. Sugarman, F. C. Merritt, and W. A. Higinbotham; Nanosecond Counter Circuit Manual; BNL 711 (T-248); January (1962).

  129. J. Mollenauer, S. Wagner, and G. L. Miller; Silicon Surface Barrier DEDX Detectors for Nuclear Reaction Studies; BNL 737 (T-266), May (1962).

  130. F. Ayer, E. Pickup, E. Rappe, and G. Wall; A Bubble Chamber Track Centering Device with Digitized Output; Rev. Sci. Instr. 33, 1196 (1962).

  131. J. Fischer and G. T. Zorn; Spark Chamber Labeling of Tracks in a Bubble Chamber; BNL 746 (T-272); July (1962).

  132. R. L. Chase; Analog-to-Digital Converters for Pulse-Height Analysis; Proc. Conf. on Utilization of Multiparameter Analyzers for Nuclear Physics, Grossinger's, NY, November (1962); CU(PNPL)-277.

  133. V. Radeka; A Tunnel Diode and Common Base Transistor Complementary Bistable; Nucl. Instr. & Meth. 22, 153 (1962).

  134. G. L. Miller, B. M. Foreman, L.C.L. Yuan, P. F. Donovan, and W. M. Gibson; Application of Solid State Detectors to High Energy Physics; IRE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-8, No. 1, January (1961); BNL 5028
  135. W. A. Higinbotham, R. L. Chase, and G. L. Miller; Pulse Amplifier for Use with PN Junction Radiation Detectors; IRE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-8, No. 1, January (1961).

  136. J. Fischer and G. T. Zorn; Face-View Pulsed Spark Chamber for Visual Location of Rapidly Successive Particle Tracks; Proc. Int'l. Conf. on Instrumentation for High Energy Physics, Berkeley, CA, September (1960); Interscience Pub., p. 281 (1961).

  137. W. A. Higinbotham and R. Sugarman; Nanosecond Counter Circuits; Proc. Int'l. Conf. on Instrumentation for High Energy Physics, Berkeley, CA, September (1960); Interscience Pub., p. 54 (1961).

  138. R. Sugarman, A. C. Melissinos, and J. S. Weaver (U. Rochester); Performance of a Transistorized Nanosecond Counting System; Proc. Int'l. Conf. on Instrumentation for High Energy Physics, Berkeley, CA, September (1960); Interscience Pub., p. 59 (1961); BNL 4784

  139. W. A. Higinbotham and D. W. Potter; Counter Data Recording System; Proc. Int'l. Conf. on Instrumentation for High Energy Physics, Berkeley, CA, September (1960); Interscience Pub., p. 185 (1961); BNL 4993

  140. W. A. Higinbotham and D. W. Potter; Digital Data Handler for Pulsed Particle Accelerator; IRE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-8, No. 3, July (1961); BNL 5349
  141. R. L. Chase and V. Svelto; A Double-Delay-Line Clipped Amplifier; IRE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-8, No. 3, July (1961); BNL 5350
  142. S. Rankowitz; A New Instrument for Differential DME Polarography; BNL 5315; IRE Int'l. Conv. Record, Part 9, 97 (1961).

  143. J. Fischer and G. T. Zorn; Observations on Pulsed Spark Chambers; Rev. Sci. Instr. 32, 499 (1961).

  144. W. M. Gibson, T. D. Thomas (BTL), and G. L. Miller; Structure in the Kinetic Energy Spectrum of Fragments From Thermal-Neutron-Induced Fission of U235; BNL 5515; Phys. Rev. Letts., Vol. 7, No. 2, July (1961)65-66

  145. W. A. Higinbotham, E. Rainey, and J. Chester; Ten Channel Radiation Monitor for Pulsed Accelerators; Health Phys. 5, 169 (1961).

  146. W. A. Higinbotham; Instrumentation for Use with BeV Accelerators; IRE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-8, No. 4, October (1961) 34.

  147. G. L. Miller; The Physics of Semiconductor Radiation Detectors; Brookhaven Lecture Series, No. 9, September (1961), BNL 699 (T-241).

  148. J. R. Howes, W. A. Higinbotham, J. F. Gennaro, and J. P. Feaster; The Measurement of Bovine Thyroid Activity Using Low Dosages of Radioactive Iodine I131; Am. Veterinary Res. 22, 887 (1961).

  149. R. L. Chase; A Two-Dimensional Kicksorter with Magnetic Drum Storage; BNL 3712; talk at Paris Symp., September (1958); IRE Nat. Conv. Record, Part 9, p. 196, March (1960).

  150. R. Sugarman; Non-Saturating Transistor Circuitry for Nanosecond Pulses; IRE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-7, No. 1, March (1960); BNL 4436-R
  151. G. L. Miller, W. L. Brown, P. F. Donovan, and I. M. Mackintosh; Silicon p-n Junction Radiation Detectors; IRE Trans. Nuc. Sci. NS-7, No. 2-3, p. 185 (1960); BNL 4662
  152. G. L. Miller; Diffused Junction Detectors; BNL 5054, NAS-NRC Pub. 871, p. 19, (1961); Proc. Asheville Conf., (1960).

  153. R. L. Chase; Parametric Amplification of Radiation Detector Signals; BNL 5072, NAS-NRC Pub. 871, p. 221 (1961); Proc. Asheville Conf., (1960).

  154. G. L. Miller, R. E. Pixley, and R. E. Segel; Alpha Particle Decay of the 15.1 MeV State in 12C; Proc. Royal Soc. A, Vol. 259, 275 (1960).

  155. R. L. Chase; Multiple Coincidence Circuit; Rev. Sci. Instr. 31, 945 (1960); BNL 4827.

  156. W. A. Higinbotham, J. Handloser, and E. Rainey; Charger-Reader for Pocket Chambers; Rev. Sci. Instr. 30, 746 (1959).

  157. R. Sugarman and F. C. Merritt; Fast-Rise Sampling Oscilloscope and Pulse Generator; UCRL-8706, April (1959); BNL 4146

  158. M. Graham, G. L. Miller, H. R. Pate, and R. J. Spinrad; The Design of a Large Electrostatic Memory; IRE Trans. Electronic Computers, EC-8, No. 4, 479-485 (1959).

  159. R. J. Spinrad; Core Saturation Blocking Oscillator Control; Rev. Sci. Instr. 30, 647 (1959).

  160. R. L. Chase; Shaping Pulses for Nuclear Spectrometry; Nucleonics 16, No. 11, 116 (1958).

  161. J.B.H. Kuper and F. P. Cowan; Exposure Criteria for Estimating the Consequences of a Catastrophe in a Nuclear Plant; "Progress in Nuclear Energy", Series XII, Vol. 1, Health Phys., Pergamon Press, NY (1959); Proc. 2nd Int'l. Conf. Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy, Geneva, (1958).

  162. J.B.H. Kuper and F. P. Cowan; Dosimetry and Instrumentation for Hazard Evaluation; 2nd Int'l. Conf. on Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy, Geneva, (1958); Chapter 18, "Radiation Biology and Medicine", Addison-Wesley, September (1958).

  163. R. E. Smith and L. Nevala; A Variable Output Electronic Point Light Source; J. Biol. Photographic Assn., 24, 63 (1957).

  164. W. A. Higinbotham and B. S. Pollack; Ionization Chamber Survey Meter; IRE Trans. Nucl. Sci. 4, No. 1 (1957) p. 1; BNL 2775.

  165. J. Weiss and W. Bernstein; The Current Status of W, the Energy to Produce One Ion Pair in a Gas; Rad. Res. 6, 603 (1957).

  166. J. V. Kane; High Voltage Low Impedance Divider for Regulating Photomultiplier Dynodes; Rev. Sci. Instr 28, 582 (1957); BNL 3136
  167. W. Bernstein, C. Bjerknes, and R. Steele; Single Phototube Liquid Scintillation Counting of C14; BNL 3374 (1957).

  168. R. Sugarman; Sampling Oscilloscope for Statistically Varying Pulses; Rev. Sci. Instr. 28, 933 (1957).

  169. R. L. Chase and W. A. Higinbotham; Millimicrosecond Time-to-Pulse Height Converter Using an rf Vernier; Rev. Sci. Instr. 28, 448 (1957).

  170. J. Weiss and W. Bernstein; Energy Required to Produce One Ion Pair in Several Noble Gases; Phys. Rev. 103, 1253 (1956).

  171. M. Graham; An Improved Method for Williams Storage; IRE Trans. on Electronic Computers; Vol. EC-5, No. 3 (1956).

  172. W. A. Higinbotham; Today's Pulse Height Analyzers; Nucleonics 14, 61 (1956).

  173. M. Graham; Amplitude Stabilization of Oscillators by Use of Nonlinear Resistors; Proc. Symp. on Nonlinear Circuit Analysis, Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, April (1956).

  174. M. Graham, W. A. Higinbotham, and S. Rankowitz; Dekatron Drive Circuit and Application; Rev. Sci. Instr. 27, 1059 (1956).

  175. R. L. Chase; 100 Channel Quartz Line Pulse Height Analyzer; BNL 401 (I-14), (1956).

  176. Alan Moffet and R. L. Chase; Selection of Input Tube for Low Noise Preamp; BNL 2917, September (1956).

  177. W. A. Higinbotham and J. Tillinger; Twin Channel Count Integrator, (EH1-503); BNL 408 (T-79), June (1956).

  178. Minutes 5th Tripartite Instr. Conf., TID-7543, BNL, October (1956).

  179. F. Marott Sinex, John Plazin, D. Clareus, W. Bernstein, Donald D. Van Slyke, and R. L. Chase; Determination of Total Carbon and its Radioactivity; J. Biol. Chem. 213, No. 2 (1955), p. 673.

  180. W. Bernstein; Low-Energy Scattered Radiation Inside a Cylindrical Co60 Source; Nucleonics 13, No. 11, 110 (1955); BNL 2285.

  181. A. W. Schardt and J. Welker; Energy Levels of As75; Phys. Rev. 99, 810 (1955).

  182. P. R. Bell, R. C. Davis (LRNL), and W. Bernstein; Pulse Height Variation in Scintillation Counters; Rev. Sci. Instr. 26, 725 (1955).

  183. W. A. Higinbotham; Time-of-Flight Instrumentation for Neutron Spectrometers; Conf. on Peaceful Uses of Atomic Energy, Geneva, August (1955), Vol. 4, p. 53.

  184. R. L. Chase; Coincidence Gray Wedge Pulse Height Analyzer; EH1-501; BNL 263, (T-42), (1954).

  185. J. Handloser and W. A. Higinbotham; High Sensitivity Fast Neutron Survey Meter; Rev. Sci. Instr. 25, 99 (1954).

  186. M. M. Weiss, W. Bernstein, and J.B.H. Kuper; Absolute Yield of Ferrous Sulfate Oxide Reaction; J. Chem. Phys. 22, 1593 (1954).

  187. S. S. Markowitz, W. Bernstein, and S. Katcoff; New 3.0-min. Ce Fission Product and its 5.95-hr. Pr Daughter; Phys. Rev. 93, 178 (1954).

  188. H. Finston and W. Bernstein; Decay Scheme of I132; Phys. Rev. 96, 71 (1954).

  189. W. Bernstein, S. S. Markowitz, and S. Katcoff; Radiations of 13.9-min. Ce146 and 24.4-min. Pr146; Phys. Rev. 93, 1073 (1954).

  190. R. L. Chase; Effect of Feedback on Noise in a Pulse Amplifier; Rev. Sci. Instr. 25, 1219 (1954); BNL 1995.

  191. A. W. Schardt and W. Bernstein; Lithium Iodide Neutron Detector; BNL 1156, September (1953).

  192. W. Bernstein, D. Clareus, M. M. Weiss, and J.B.H. Kuper; Progress Report, Propagation of Gamma Rays in Air; AFSW P449, January-October (1953).

  193. J. Walker, A. W. Schardt, G. Friedlander, and J. J. Howland, Jr.; Metastable States of Ge73; Phys. Rev. 92, 401 (1953).

  194. A. W. Schardt, W. Bernstein, and R. L. Chase; Gray Wedge Time Delay Analyzer; Phys. Rev. 90, 353 (1953).

  195. R. L. Chase, W. Bernstein, and A. W. Schardt; A Versatile Coincidence Gray Wedge Pulse Height Analyzer; Phys. Rev. 90, 353 (1953).

  196. M. M. Weiss and W. Bernstein; Degradation of Gamma Rays in Water; Phys. Rev. 92, 1264 (1953).

  197. W. Bernstein, R. L. Chase, and A. W. Schardt; Gray Wedge Pulse Height Analysis; Rev. Sci. Instr. 24, 437 (1953).

  198. W. A. Higinbotham; Non-Overload Amplifiers; BNL 234 (T-36); (1953).

  199. P. Axel; Escape Peak Correction to Gamma-Ray Measurements Made with Sodium Iodide Crystals; BNL 271 (T-44); September (1953).

  200. R. B. Schwartz, M. L. Perlman, and W. Bernstein; Radiations from Rb86 and Rb86m; Phys. Rev. 91, 833 (1953).

  201. M. L. Perlman, W. Bernstein, and R. B. Schwartz; The Decay Scheme of Ag105; Phys. Rev. 92, 1236 (1953).

  202. W. Bernstein and A. W. Schardt; Activation of LiK Crystal Phosphors; Phys. Rev. 85, 919 (1952).

  203. General Instrumentation Conf. Rpt., BNL 217 (C-17), 3-5 December (1952).

  204. R. L. Chase and W. A. Higinbotham; Flexible Pulse Amplifier with Good Overload Properties; Rev. Sci. Instr. 23, 34 (1952).

  205. W. Rubinson and W. Bernstein; Emission of L X-rays of Lead in Po210 Decay; Phys. Rev. 86, 545 (1952).

  206. J.B.H. Kuper; Radiological Monitoring for Civil Defense; Bull. Atomic Sci. 10, 313 (1951).

  207. R. V. Dvorak and R. L. Chase; Airborne Densitometer for Smoke Concentration Measurements; AECU-1583 (1951).

  208. S. J. Harris and A. del Duca; New Automatic Radioassayer; Nucleonics 9, No. 5, 60, November (1951).

  209. W. Bernstein, E. H. Foster, and J. J. Floyd; Neutron Flux Scanner; AECU-1621; November (1951).

  210. W. A. Higinbotham; Precision Regulated High Voltage Supply; Rev. Sci. Instr. 22, 429 (1951).

  211. W. Bernstein and A. W. Schardt; Resolution of the Scintillation Spectrometer; Rev. Sci. Instr. 22, 1020 (1951).

  212. W. A. Higinbotham and S. Rankowitz; Combined Current Indicator and Integrator; Rev. Sci. Instr. 22, 688 (1951).

  213. W. Bernstein, H. G. Brewer, and W. Rubinson; A Proportional Counter X-ray Spectrometer; Nucleonics 6, No. 2, 39, February (1950).

  214. J.B.H. Kuper, E. H. Foster, and W. Bernstein; Monitor for Radioactive Dust; Nucleonics 6, No. 4, 44, April (1950).

  215. Warren W. Miller, Robert Ballantine, W. Bernstein, Lewis Friedman, A. O. Nier, and R. D. Evans; The Half Life of Carbon 14 and a Comparison of Gas Phase Counter Methods; Phys. Rev. 77, 714 (1950).

  216. R. L. Chase; Measuring a Varying Frequency; Electronics 23, 3 (1950).

  217. W. Bernstein and R. Ballantine; Gas-Phase Counting of Low Energy Beta Emitters; Rev. Sci. Instr. 21, 158 (1950).

  218. J.B.H. Kuper; Desirable Improvements in Nucleonics Instrumentation; Nucleonics 6, No. 2, 26, February (1950).

  219. W. A. Higinbotham; Radiation Detection Instruments; AECU-1082 (1950).

  220. J.B.H. Kuper and R. L. Chase; Monitor for Low Intensity Gamma Rays; Rev. Sci. Instr. 21, 356 (1950).

  221. W. Bernstein and R. Ballantine; Methane Flow Beta-Proportional Counter; Rev. Sci. Instr. 20, 947 (1949).

  222. J.B.H. Kuper and M. M. Weiss; Status Report, Background Monitoring Program as of 3/1/48; BNL I-07.

  223. Report on Commercial Scalers and Counters, April (1948).

  224. R. W. Pidd and L. Madansky; Recovery Problems in Spark Counters; BNL I-11, (1948).

  225. R. W. Pidd and L. Madansky; The General Properties of Parallel Plate Spark Counters - I; (1948).

  226. Yardley Beers; Notes on Noise in Amplifiers; (1948).

  227. W. C. Elmore and R. Hofstadter; Temperature Dependence of Scintillations in Sodium Iodide Crystals; (1948).



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