Vacuum Microbalance Techniques

Volume 8 Proceedings of the Wakefield Conference, June 12–13, 1969

  • A. W. Czanderna
Conference proceedings

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiii
  2. J. Graham Brown, John Dollimore, Clive M. Freedman, Brian H. Harrison
    Pages 17-27
  3. E. Robens, G. Sandstede, G. Walter
    Pages 111-119
  4. Robert P. Merrill, Charles R. Arnold, Andrew J. Robell
    Pages 131-139
  5. Karl P. Zinnow, Jens P. Dybwad
    Pages 147-153
  6. William H. King Jr.
    Pages 183-200
  7. Stephen D. Bruck, Ashok Thadani
    Pages 201-214
  8. W. J. Kerrigan, J. S. Byrd, P. D. Holloway
    Pages 215-227
  9. Back Matter
    Pages 243-251

About these proceedings


This volume contains the proceedings of the Eighth Conference on Vacuum Microbalance Techniques held at Wakefield, Massachusetts on June 12 and 13, 1969. The tenth anniversary of the first confer­ ence will be registered as this volume passes through the typeset­ ting and proofreading stages. The eight volumes that have spawned from this continuing series of conferences now contain a total of 125 papers. Thus, these volumes serve as a major repository of the world's literature on vacuum microbalance techniques. The Ninth and Tenth Conferences will be held in West Germany in June 1970 and in Texas in 1971. Each of the eight meetings has served as a forum where new developments in this rapidly advancing field can be presented and discussed constructively within a conference atmosphere of cordial informality. The interaction of the participants at the conferences has led to the first treatise on ultra mlcrogravtmetry;' edited by S. P. Wolsky and E. J. Zdanuk, with most of the fourteen chapters written by steady contributors to the volumes on Vacuum Micro­ balance Techniques. The number of research investigations and published works in which a vacuum microbalance is utilized con­ tinues to expandr apldly. f This is a direct result of several types of automatic recording balances that are now available commercial­ ly. 3 The Eighth Conference was held to bring together again re­ search scientists and engineers who exploit the measurement of mass as a means of studying physical and chemical phenomena.


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Editors and affiliations

  • A. W. Czanderna
    • 1
  1. 1.Clarkson College of TechnologyPotsdamUSA

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