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Buildings for Nanoscale Research and Beyond
Editor(s): Hal Amick
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 5933
Date Published: 18 August 2005
Softcover: 21 papers (256) pages
ISBN: 9780819459381

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Magnetic fields and the technology challenges they pose to beam-based equipment: a semiconductor perspective
Author(s): Vincent Esqueda; Julian A. Montoya
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Site conditions for high resolution surface analytical systems and environmental influence on instrument performance
Author(s): Bernd Guenther; A. Feltz; T. Berghaus; A. Bettac
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Evolving criteria for research facilities: vibration
Author(s): Hal Amick; Michael Gendreau; Todd Busch; Colin Gordon
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Critical EMI and RFI challenges in nanotechnology and research facilities
Author(s): Louis S. Vitale
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Vibration and noise criteria used to evaluate environmental impacts of transportation projects on sensitive facilities
Author(s): Todd Busch; Michael Gendreau; Hal Amick
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Contamination sources and means of mitigation: a focus on particulate contamination, airborne molecular contamination and biological contamination
Author(s): J. Christopher Case; John A. Faria
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Why does one nano lab cost more than another?
Author(s): William Wilson; Mark Reed
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Built to last: designing facilities that support the rapidly changing technology of optics and nanoscience
Author(s): Jerry Percifield
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Nanotechnology on a dime: building affordable research facilities
Author(s): Jeff DiBattista; Donna Clare; David Lynch
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The Vanderbilt University nanoscale science and engineering fabrication laboratory
Author(s): Anthony B. Hmelo; Edward F. Belbusti; Mark L. Smith; Sean J. Brice; Robert F. Wheaton
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Use of vibration criteria in the selection of structural systems for nanotechnology research facilities
Author(s): C. James Montgomery; Hal Amick; Phillip Haswell; Jeff DiBattista; Manoj S. Medhekar
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Case Study: Sandia National Laboratories Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies (CINT)
Author(s): Norm Toussaint; Tom Gerbo
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Experiences from FTF NanoScience Lab. at the University of Lund: use of a 2-stage isolation system with very low natural frequency
Author(s): Claes R. Fredö; Jonas Brunskog
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Vibration case study California Nanosystems Institute at UCLA
Author(s): Christopher Papadimos
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Nanotechnology at an urban university
Author(s): Thangam Rangaswamy; Steven J. Cotton; Michael W. Jacobs; Mohamad Sharif
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Addressing the environmental challenges of the NIST Advanced Measurement Laboratory
Author(s): Ahmad Soueid; Hal Amick; Theodore Zsirai
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Design of Swedish research laboratories with respect to low vibration
Author(s): Joergen Svensson
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Modification of concrete damping properties for vibration control in technology facilities
Author(s): Hal Amick; Paulo J. M. Monteiro
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Improved methodologies for the prediction of footfall-induced vibration
Author(s): Michael Willford; Peter Young; Caroline Field
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An experimental study of vibration attenuation performance of several on-grade slab configurations
Author(s): H. Amick; N. Wongprasert; J. Montgomery; P. Haswell; D. Lynch
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Generic vibration criteria for nanotechnology experiments
Author(s): A. Michael Fraumeni; Peter Heiland; Neil Judell
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