Home / Store / Journals / Electronic Articles / Nuclear Science and Engineering / Volume 90 / Number 4
Harold W. Schmitt
Nuclear Science and Engineering
Volume 90 / Number 4 / August 1985 / Pages 442-447
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Resonance ionization spectroscopy is a newly developed technology enabling the counting of single atoms of materials. It is uniquely suited for use as an analytical tool for ultrasensitive elemental analysis. The method is described; typical data illustrating the principal features of the method are shown, and the formation of a spin-off company during the early stages of the U.S. government's new initiative encouraging technology transfer is described. Alvin M. Weinberg's contributions to the formation of this enterprise have been significant.
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