Thomas, G. E. and Weinberg, W. H. (1979) Temperature controller for use with low-energy electron studies of solid surfaces. Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology, 16 (1). pp. 87-88. ISSN 0022-5355 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:THOjvst79
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The use of various low-energy electron spectroscopies is becoming increasingly common in surface research and analysis. An experimental problem encountered frequently in such measurements is to control the sample temperature without accumulating noise due to magnetic fields, in the case of resistive heating, or due to background electron current in the case of heating by electron bombardment. Either scheme for heating the sample will render the measurements unsatisfactory. In this work, we describe a temperature-controlling scheme in which temperature control and data acquisition take place in alternating time periods.
|Additional Information:||© 1979 American Vacuum Society. (Received 29 August 1978; accepted 18 September 1978) The support of the National Science Foundation (Grant No. CHE77-16314) is gratefully acknowledged. We also thank John Yehle for his help in the design and construction of this device. [G.E.T. was an] IBM Predoctoral Fellow. [W.H.W. was an] Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Fellow, and Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation Teacher-Scholar.|
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