Investigation of the initial stages of oxidation of microcrystalline silicon by means of X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. Solid state communications 47, 747–751 (1983).
Properties of microcrystalline silicon. IV. Electrical conductivity, electron spin resonance and the effect of gas adsorption. Journal of Physics C: Solid State Physics 16, 6241 (1983).
BORON AND DOPED BORON 1ST WALL COATINGS BY PLASMA CVD. JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MATERIALS 103, 257–260 (1982).
Boron and doped boron first wall coatings by plasma CVD. Journal of Nuclear Materials 103, 257–260 (1981).
Effect of surface contamination and pretreatment on the hydrogen diffusion into and out of titanium under plasma conditions. Journal of Nuclear Materials 103, 465–469 (1981).
Electron spectroscopic investigations of the influence of initial-and final-state effects on electronegativity. Journal of the American Chemical Society 102, 4873–4879 (1980).
Core-ionization energies and the anomalous basicity of arsabenzene and phosphabenzene. Journal of the American Chemical Society 101, 1764–1767 (1979).
Extended-x-ray-absorption fine-structure amplitude attenuation in Br 2: Relationship to satellites in the x-ray photoelectron spectrum. Physical Review A 20, 2405 (1979).
Oxidation of scandium by oxygen and water studied by XPS. Surface Science 80, 298–305 (1979).
XPS study of the interaction of nickel (II) ions with alumina. Journal of Catalysis 55, 250–254 (1978).
Excitation of Fe 1s core-level photoelectrons with synchrotron radiation. Journal of Physics F: Metal Physics 7, L345 (1977).
Interaction of ozone with nickel ions adsorbed on alumina. Journal of Catalysis 47, 79–84 (1977).
The Reaction of Gaseous Molecules with Metal Surfaces Studied by X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy. (1977).
The reaction of oxygen and water with iron films studied by X-Ray photoelectron spectroscopy. Surface Science 62, 386–396 (1977).
X-ray photoelectron studies of scandium and its hydride and oxide. Journal of Physics F: Metal Physics 7, L305 (1977).
The reactions of oxygen and water with the rare-earth metals terbium to lutetium studied by x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. Surface Science 61, 468–482 (1976).