Brian Maschhoff

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Maschhoff BL, Armstrong NR. (1991) Thin oxide layers on clean iron surfaces. Formation under vacuum and characterization by photoelectron spectroscopy and electrochemical reactions of probe molecules at the oxide/electrolyte interface Langmuir. 7: 693-703
Nebesny KW, Maschhoff BL, Armstrong NR. (1989) Quantitation of Auger and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopies Analytical Chemistry. 61: 469 A-481 A
Maschhoff BL, Armstrong NR. (1988) Summary Abstract: Nonlinear least-squares fitting employing fast Fourier transform background generation for the x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy analysis of iron oxidation Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology a: Vacuum, Surfaces and Films. 6: 1044-1045
Maschhoff BL, Zavadil KR, Nebesny KW, et al. (1988) Quantitative surface electron spectroscopies: Application to the study of corrosion of metals and glasses Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology a: Vacuum, Surfaces and Films. 6: 907-913
Maschhoff BL, Nebesny KW, Zavadil KR, et al. (1988) Quantitation of surface electron spectroscopies: problems in correct description of intrinsic lineshape and extrinsic energy loss processes Spectrochimica Acta Part B: Atomic Spectroscopy. 43: 535-550
Maschhoff BL, Zavadil KR, Nebesny KW, et al. (1986) PROBLEMS IN QUANTITATION IN X-RAY PHOTOELECTRON SPECTROSCOPY (XPS): THE USE OF DATA REDUCTION TECHNIQUES TO OBTAIN PEAK AREAS. Proceedings of Spie - the International Society For Optical Engineering. 690: 112-121
Maschhoff BL, Zavadil KR, Armstrong NR. (1986) Reactions of evaporated lithium films with silica surfaces Applied Surface Science. 27: 285-298
Armstrong NR, Zavadil KR, Maschhoff BL. (1986) SURFACE CHEMICAL PROCESSES OF CLEAN LITHIUM: SMALL MOLECULE AND SOLID STATE CORROSION REACTIONS RELEVANT TO THE Li/SO//2 BATTERY Proceedings - the Electrochemical Society. 86: 387-401
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