Publications - Dr. Alex Weiss
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Papers in Refereed Journals

 

1.      Positronium Emission from Metal Surfaces, I.J. Rosenberg, A.H. Weiss, and K.F. Canter, J. Vac. Sci. Technol., 17 253-55 (1980).

 

2.      Low Energy Positron Diffraction from a Cu(III) Surface, I.J. Rosenberg, A. H. Weiss, and K.F. Canter, Phys. Rev. Lett. 44 1139-1142(1980).

 

3.      Theory Versus Experiment in Low Energy Positron Diffraction by Cu(111), F. Jona, D.W. Jepsen, P.M. Marcus, I.J. Rosenberg, A.H. Weiss, and K.F. Canter, Sol. St. Comm., 36 957-959 (1980).

 

4.      LEPD and LEED from Low Index Faces of Copper, A.H. Weiss, I. J. Rosenberg, K.F. Canter, C. B. Duke and A. Paton, Phys. Rev. B 27 867-81(1983).

 

5.      Surface Roughness of Water Measured by X-Ray Reflectivity, A. Braslau, M. Deutsch, P. S. Pershan, A. H. Weiss, J. Als-Nielsen, J. Bohr, Phys. Rev. Lett. 54 114-17 (1985).

 

6.      Structural Relaxation of Amorphous Pd82Si18: X-Ray Measurements, Electrical-Resistivity Measurements, and a Comparison Using the Ziman Theory, E. Chason, A.L. Greer, K. Kelton, P. S. Pershan, F. Spaepen, L. Sorenson, and A. H. Weiss, Phys. Rev. B. 32 3399-408 (1985)

 

7.      Novel X-Ray Diffractometer for Liquid Surface Studies,  A.H. Weiss, M. Deutsch, A Braslau, B. Ocko, and P.S. Pershan, Rev. Sci. Instrum. 57 2554-59 (1986).

 

8.      Smectic Layering at the Free Surface of Liquid Crystals in the Nematic Phase: X-Ray Reflectivity, P.S. Pershan, A. Braslau, A.H. Weiss, J. Als-Nielsen, Phys. Rev. A, 35, 4800-13 (1987).

 

9.      Surface and Electrochemical Characterization of Catalytically Modified Indium Tin Oxide, Su-Inn Ho, David P. Whelan, Krishnan Rajeshwar, Alex Weiss, M. Murley, and R. Reid, J. Electrochem. Soc. 135, 1452-57(1988).

 

10.  Comparative Study of Secondary Electron Emission from Positron and Electron Bombardment of Ni, Si, and MgO, Rulon Mayer and Alex Weiss,  Phys. Rev. B. 38 11927-30(1988).

 

11.  Auger-Electron Emission Resulting from the Annihilation of Core Electrons with Low-Energy Positrons, Alex Weiss, Rulon Mayer, Mohammed Jibaly, Chun Lei, David Mehl and K.G. Lynn,  Phys. Rev. Lett. 61 2245-48(1988).

 


 

Papers in Refereed Journals (continued)

 

12.  Electrodeposition and Characterization of SnS Thin Films, K. Mishra, K.Rajeshwar, Alex Weiss, M. Murley, Robert D. Engelken, Mike Slayton, and Hal E. McCloud, J. Electrochem. Soc.,    136, 1915-1923 (1989).

 

13.  Anodic Electrosynthesis of CdTe Thin Films, Dong Ham,Kaml K. Mishra, Alex Weiss, and Krishnan Rajeshwar, Chemistry of Materials, 1, 619-21(1989).

 

14.  Apparatus for Positron Annihilation Induced Auger Electron Spectroscopy, Chun Lei, David Mehl, A.R. Koymen, Fred Gotwald and Alex Weiss, Rev. Sci. Instrum., 60, 3656-60 (1989).

 

15.  Comparison of energy distribution of positron - and electron -induced secondary electrons: Implication for slow-positron emission mechanism, R. Mayer, E. Gramsch,  and A. Weiss, Phys. Rev. B, 40, 11287-290,(1989).

 

16.  The Sensitivity of Positron Annihilation Induced Auger Electron Spectroscopy to the Top Surface Layer, David Mehl, A.R. Koymen, and K.O. Jensen, Fred Gotwald and Alex Weiss, Phys. Rev. B, Rapid Comm., 41,799(1990).

 

17.  Efficient energy spectrometer for charged particle detection in surface studies, R. Mayer, D. Becker, and A. Schwab, and Alex Weiss,  Rev. Sci. Instrum., 61 , 42-48 (1990).

 

18.  Elimination of the Secondary Electron Background in Auger Electron Spectroscopy using Low Energy Positron Excitation, Alex Weiss, David Mehl, Ali Koymen, K.H. Lee, and Chun Lei, J. Vac. Sci. Technol.A 8 , 2517-2520 (1990).

 

19.  Theoretical study of the application of Positron-Induced Auger-Electron Spectroscopy, Kjeld Jensen and Alex Weiss, Phys. Rev. B., 41, 3928-3936, (1990).

 

20.  Temperature Dependence of Positron Annihilation Induced Auger Electron Emission, R. Mayer, A. Schwab, and Alex Weiss, Phys. Rev. B 42, 1881-1884, (1990).

 

21.  Positron annihilation induced Auger electron spectroscopy and its implementation at accelerator based low energy positron factories, Alex Weiss, Ali R. Koymen, David Mehl, Keun-Ho Lee, Gimo Yang and Kjeld Jensen, Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research, B56/57,  591-594 (1991).

 

22.  Rare gas moderated electrostatic positron beam, G.R. Massoumi, N. Hozhabri, W.N. Lennard, P.J. Schultz, S.F. Baert, H.H. Jorch, and A.H. Weiss, Rev. Sci. Instrum. 62, 1460-3, (1991).

 


 

Papers in Refereed Journals (continued)

 

23.  Measurement of the positron work functions of polycrystalline Fe, Mo, Ni, Pt, Ti, and V, Mohammed Jibaly, Alex Weiss, A.R. Koymen, D. Mehl, L. Stiborek, and C. Lei, Phys. Rev. B, 44 , 12166 (1991).

 

24.  Measurement of Positron Annihilation Induced Auger Electron Emission from Fe, Cu, Pd, and Au, K.H. Lee, Ali R. Koymen, David Mehl, K.O. Jensen, and A. Weiss, Surf. Sci. 264 , 127-134 (1992).

 

25.  Positron States on the Cs/Cu(100) Surface, A.R. Koymen, K.H. Lee, D. Mehl, Alex Weiss, and K.O. Jensen, Phys. Rev. Lett., 68, 2378-2381, (1992).

 

26.  Temperature Dependent Top Layer Composition of Pd on Cu(100), A.R. Koymen, K.H. Lee, G. Yang, H. Zhou and A.H. Weiss, Materials Science  Forum, 105-110, (1992) pp. 1411-1414

 

27.  Investigation of Positron States at the Cs/Cu(100) Surface Using Positron Annihilation Induced Auger Electron Spectroscopy (PAES), A.R. Koymen, K.H. Lee, D. Mehl, Alex Weiss, and K.O. Jensen, Materials Science Forum, 105-110, 1411-1414 (1992).

 

28.  Positron Annihilation Induced Auger Electron Spectroscopy, Alex Weiss, in the proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Positron Annihilation, Hungary, Materials Science Forum, 105-110, 511-520, (1992).

 

29.  Positron Annihilation Induced Auger Electron Emission form Polycrystalline Fe, Cu, Pd, and Au, K.H. Lee, Ali R. Koymen, David Mehl, K.O. Jensen and Alex Weiss Materials Science Forum, 105-110, 1415-1418, (1992).

 

30.  Measurement of the Positron Work Functions of Cu(100) and Polycrystalline Fe, Mo, Ni, Pt, Ti, and V, Mohammed Jibaly, Edward C. Kellog, Alex Weiss, A.R. Koymen, D. Mehl, and L. Stiborek,  in the proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Positron Annihilation, Hungary, Materials Science Forum, 105-110, 1399-1402, (1992).

 

31.  26.Temperature Dependent Top Layer Composition of Ultrathin Pd Films on Cu (100),  A.R. Koymen, K.H. Lee, G. Yang, K.O. Jensen and A.H. Weiss,Phys. Rev. B (RC) 48, 2020-2023, (1993).

 

32.  Positron annihilation induced Auger electron spectroscopy studies of properties of an alkali-metal overlayer on the Cu(100) surface, N.G. Fazleev, J.L. Fry, J.H. Kaiser, A.R. Koymen, K.H. Lee, T.D. Niedzwiecki, and A.H. Weiss, Phys. Rev. B, 49, 10577-10584, (1994)

 


 

Papers in Refereed Journals (continued)

 

33.  PAES Studies of Submonolayer Au on Cu(100): Direct Evidence for Positron Localization at Sites Containing Au Atoms, K.H. Lee, Gimo Yang, A.R. Koymen, K.O. Jensen, and A.H. Weiss,  Phys. Rev. Lett., 72, 1866-69, (1994).

 

34.  Study of the Structure of the Rh/Ag Surface Using Positron Annihilation Induced Auger Electron Spectroscopy (PAES), G. Yang, S. Yang, J.H. Kim, K.H. Lee, A.R. Koymen, G. A. Mulhollan, and A.H. Weiss,  J. Vac. Sci. Technol. A12, 411-417 (1994).

 

35.  Summary of the Fifth International Workshop on Slow Positron Beam Techniques for Solids and Surfaces, A. H. Weiss, E. H. Ottewitte, B. W. Augenstein, A.B. Denison, V.J. Ghosh, F.M. Jacobsen, K. Kristiakova, K.G. Lynn, R.M. Nieminen, K.A. Ritley, and P.J. Simpson,Radiat. Phys. Chem. Vol. 44, 665-670 (1994).

 

36.  Study of Stability of Ultrathin Au Films on Cu(100) Using Positron Annihilation Induced Auger Electron Spectroscopy (PAES), G. Yang, J.H. Kim, K.H. Lee, S. Yang, A.R. Koymen,  and A.H. Weiss, J. of Materials Research.,9, 2534-2539, (1994).

 

37.  Auger Line Shape of the Cu M2,3VV Transition measured with Positron Annihilation Induced Auger Electron Spectroscopy,  S. Yang, H.Q. Zhou, E.S. Jung, and A. H. Weiss, Materials Sci. Forum 175-178, 249-254, (1995).

 

38.  Apparatus for High Resolution Positron Annihilation Induced Auger Electron Spectroscopy,  H.Q. Zhou, S. Yang, E.S. Jung, and A.H. Weiss, Materials Sci. Forum 175-178, 255-258, (1995).

 

39.  Positron Surface State at the Alkali Metal Surface,  N.G. Fazleev, J.L. Fry, K.Kuttler, and A.H. WEISS, Materials Sci. Forum 175-178, 95-98, (1995).

 

40.  Study of Positron Surface States on a Cesium Covered Transition Metal Surface,  N.G. Fazleev J.L. Fry, K. Kuttler, A.R. Koymen, and A.H. WEISS, , Materials Sci. Forum 175-178, 153-156,(1995).

 

41.  Method for the Measurement of Positron Affinities and Positron Work Functions suitable for both Positive and Negative Work Function Materials, Alex H. Weiss, S. Yang, H.Q. Zhou, E. Jung, A.R.Koymen, S. Naidu, Gerhard Brauer and Martti J. Puska, Appl. Surf. Sci. 85, 82-86,(1995).

 

42.  Identification of the site of oxygen adsorption on a Au/Si(100) surface by Positron Annihilation Induced Auger Electron Spectroscopy, G. Yang, J.H. Kim, S. Yang, and A.H. Weiss, Appl. Surf. Sci. 85, 77-81, (1995).


 

Papers in Refereed Journals (continued)

 

43.  Theoretical Study of positron Surface States at an Alkali-metal surface, N.G. Fazleev, J.L. Fry, K. Kuttler, and A.H. Weiss, Appl. Surf. Sci. 85, 22-25 (1995).

 

44.  Study of positron surface states on the alkali-metal covered transition metal surface,  N.G. Fazleev, J.L. Fry, K. Kuttler, A.R. Koymen, and A.H. Weiss, Appl. Surf. Sci. 85, 26-32, (1995).

 

45.  Auger Line Shape Measurements Using Positron Annihilation Induced auger Electron Spectroscopy, A.H. Weiss, S. Yang, H.Q. Zhou, E. Jung, and S. Wheeler, J. Elect. Spec. and Rel. Phenom.72, 305-309, (1995).

 

46.  Annihilation of Positrons Trapped at the Alkali-Metal-Covered Transition Metal Surface, N.G. Fazleev, J.L. Fry, K.H. Kuttler, A.R. Koymen, and A. H. Weiss, Phys. Rev. B., 52, 5351-5363, (1995).

 

47.  Depth -Profile Analysis of Surfaces Produced by Annealing Ultra-Thin Films of Au Deposited on Si(100), G. Yang, J. H. Kim, S. Yang, and A.H., Surf. Sci. 367,  45-55, (1996).

 

48.  Application of Positron Annihilation Induced Auger Electron Spectroscopy to the Study of Surface Chemistry, A.H. Weiss, G. Yang, J.H. Kim, A. Nangia, and N.G. Fazleev, Proceedings of the Fifth International Workshop on Positron and Positronium Chemistry (PPC5), Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry, 210, 423-433 (1996).

 

49.  Experimental Determination of Positron related Surface Characteristics of 6-HSiC, A Nangia, J.H. Kim, A.H. Weiss, and G. Brauer, Materials Science Forum 255-257 711-13 (1997).

 

50.  Measurement of positron work function, positronium fraction and PAES intensities from GaAs(100),  J.H. Kim, A. Nangia, E. Jung, G. Mulhollan, and A.H. Weiss, Materials Science Forum 255-257, 638-40 (1997).

 

51.  The study of secondary electron and reemitted primary (electrons and positrons) from Ge(100) surface utilizing electron and positron,  E. Jung, R. Venkatarman, S. Starnes, and A.H. Weiss, Materials Science Forum 255-257, 708-10 (1997).

 

52.  Positron States and Annihilation Characteristics at Semiconductor Surfaces,  N.G. Fazleev, J.L. Fry, and A.H. Weiss, Materials Science Forum 255-257, 145-49 (1997).

 

53.  Positron at the (100) Surface of Alkali Metals, J.L. Fry, N.G. Fazleev, and A.H. Weiss, Materials Science Forum 255-257, 721-23 (1997).


 

Papers in Refereed Journals (continued)

 

54.  Positron Annihilation Induced Auger Electron Spectroscopy (PAES) Study of the Structure of Si/Ge(100) Interfaces Stabilized with H, J.H. Kim, S. Wheeler, A. Nangia,E. Jung, and A.H. Weiss, Appl. Surf. Sci.,  116 , 324-329, (1997).

 

55.  Background-free Auger line shape of Ag N2,,3VV measured with Positron Annihilation induced Auger Electron Spectroscopy, E. Jung, H.Q. Zhou, J.H. Kim, S. Starnes, R. Venkataram,  and A.H. Weiss, Appl. Surf. Sci. 116, 318-323, (1997).

 

56.  Energy Spectra of Electrons and Positrons Emitted from Surfaces as a Result of Low Energy Positron Bombardment, A.H. Weiss, E. Jung, J.H. Kim, A. Nangia, R. Venkataraman, S. Starnes, and G. Brauer, Appl. Surf. Sci. 116 , 311-317,(1997).

 

57.  Annihilation of positrons trapped at the (100) and (111) surfaces of Si, N.G. Fazleev, K.H. Kuttler, J.L. Fry and A.H. Weiss, Appl. Surf. Sci.116, 304-310, (1997).

 

58.  High Resolution Positron Annihilation Induced Auger Electron Spectrometer, S. Yang, H. Q. Zhou, E. Jung, and A. H. Weiss, Rev. Sci. Instrum. 68, 3893-7 (1997).

 

59.  Enhanced Sensitivity to Oxide Surface Defects Using Auger-Photoelectron Coincidence Spectroscopy, A.K. See, W.-K Siu and R.A. Bartynski, A. Nania, A.H. Weiss, S.L. Hulbert, Xi-Lin Wu and C.-C. Kao, Surface Science, 383, L735  (1997).

 

60.  Study of the Adsorption of Hydrogen and Oxygen on Si(100) using Positron Annihilation Induced Auger Electron Spectroscopy (PAES), J.H. Kim, G. Yang, and A.H. Weiss, Surf. Sci., 396, 388-393 (1998).

 

61.  Positron states and annihilation characteristics at the (100), (110), and (111) surfaces of alkali metals, N. G. Fazleev, J. L Fry, and Alex Weiss, Phys. Rev. B. 57, 12506-19, (1998).

 

62.  Positron interactions with overlayers of oxygen on GaAs(100), Kim, J. H.; Nangia, A.; WEISS, A. H., “ Radiation Physics and Chemistry, 58,655-658 (2000)

 

63.  Studies of the Auger spectrum from the (100) surface of GaAs using positron annihilation induced Auger electron spectroscopy, Fazleev, N. G.; Starnes, S.; WEISS, A. H.; Fry, J. L,” Radiation Physics and Chemistry, 58, 667-673 (2000).

 

64.  Positrons as probes of Si(100) surface with adsorbed hydrogen and oxygen, Fazleev, N. G.; Fry, J. L.; Weiss, A. H Radiation Physics and Chemistry, 58, 659-665 (2000).

 

65.  The effect of adsorbed atomic hydrogen on the growth of ultra-thin silicon films on Ge(100) studied by positron-annihilation-induced Auger electron spectroscopy (PAES), J.H. Kim, A.H. Weiss, Surf. Sci. 460, 129-135, (2000).

 


 

Papers in Refereed Journals (continued)

 

66.  Study of thin film growth of Fe/Cu(100) and Au/Si(100), J.H. Kim, K.H. Lee, G. Yang, A.R. Koymen, and A.H. Weiss, Nucl. Instr. and Meth.  B, 171, 231-225, (2000).

 

67.  Positron Annihilation Induced Auger Spectroscopy (PAES), Alex H. Weiss, Mat. Sci. Forum, 363-365, 537-541 (2001).

 

68.  Low Energy Positrons at the Si(100)-2x1 Surface with Adsorbed Hydrogen and Oxygen, N.G. Fazleev, J.L. Fry, and A.  H. Weiss, Mat. Sci. Forum, 363-365, 451-453 (2001).

 

69.  Interface defects of Al/GaAs (100) detected by Positron annihilation induced Auger Electron Spectroscopy (PAES), W.-C. Chen, N.G. Fazleev, J.L. Fry, and A.H. Weiss, Mat. Sci. Forum, 363-365, 621-623 (2001).

 

70.  Stability of an ultra-thin Fe film on a Cu(100) surface studied by positron-annihilation induced  Auger electron spectroscopy (PAES), Kim JH, Lee KH, Yang G, Koymen AR, Weiss A.H, Appl. Surf. Sci., 173, 2001, pp.203-7(2001).

 

71.  Study of the growth and stability of ultra-thin films of Au deposited on Si(100) and Si(111),  Kim JH, Yang G, Yang S, Weiss A.H., Surface Science, 475, 37-46 (2001).

 

72.  Line shape of the Ag M4,5VV Auger spectra measured by Auger-photoelectroncoincidence spectroscopy, Arena DA, Bartynski RA, Nayak RA, Weiss AH, Hulbert SL. Physical Review B, vol.63, 155102-155108, (2001).

 

73.  Experimental Determination of Positron-Related Surface Characteristics of 6H-SiC, A. Nangia, J.H. Kim, A.H. Weiss and G. Brauer, J. of Appl. Phys., 91, 2818 (2002).

 

74.  Gamma spectra resulting from the annihilation of positrons with electrons in a single core level, A. Eshed, S. Goktepeli, A.R. Koymen, S. Kim, W.C. Chen, D.J. O’Kelly, P.A. Sterne and A.H. Weiss, Phys.Rev. Lett., 89, 75503 (2002).

 

75.  Giant Coster-Kronig transitions and intrinsic line shapes of the anomalous Pd M45VV Auger spectrum of Pd/Ag(100) dilute surface alloys, D.A. Arena, R.A. Bartynski, R.A. Nayak, A.H. Weiss, S. L. Hulbert, Michael Weinert, Phys. Rev. Lett., 91, 176403 (2003).

 

76.  Study of ultra-thin Al films deposited on GaAs(100) using positron annihilation induced auger electron spectroscopy and electron induced auger electron spectroscopy, W. -C. Chen, N. G. Fazleev and A. H. Weiss, Radiation Physics and Chemistry, 68, 619-621 (2003).


 

Papers in Refereed Journals (continued)

 

77.  Studies of positron states and annihilation characteristics at the reconstructed (1 0 0) surface of GaAs, N. G. Fazleev, J. L. Fry and A. H. Weiss, Radiation Physics and Chemistry, 68, 609-612 (2003).

 

78.  Studies of the Auger spectrum from the Si(1 1 1) surface using positron annihilation induced Auger electron spectroscopy, N. G. Fazleev, J. L. Fry, S. Starnes and A. H. Weiss, Radiation Physics and Chemistry, 68, 613-617 (2003).

 

79.  Alternative pathways to antimatter containment, In Press, Corrected Proof, Available online 23 April 2003, J. M. Rejcek, M. K. Browder, J. L Fry, A. Koymen and A. H. Weiss, Radiation Physics and Chemistry, 68, 655-661 (2003).

 

80.  Positron-annihilation-induced Auger-electron-spectroscopy studies of the (100) and (111) surfaces of silicon, N.G. Fazleev, J. Kim, J.L. Fry, A.H. Weiss, Phys Rev B 68, 245307 (2003).

 

81.  Search for positron trapping at quantum-dot like Cu nano particles on the surface of Fe using Positron Annihilation induced Auger Electron Spectroscopy (PAES), M. P. Nadesalingam, S. Kim, N. G. Fazleev, J. L. Fry, Y. Nagai, M. Hasegawa and A. H. Weiss, Mater. Sci. Forum, 445-4, 156-158, (2004).

 

82.  Apparatus for the measurement of the annihilation-gamma spectra from the annihilation of positrons with electrons in selected core levels, S. Kim, N. G. Fazleev, A. R. Koymen1, A. Eshed, S.Goktepeli, and A. H. Weiss, Mater. Sci. Forum 445-4, 483-485, (2004).

 

83.  Surface states and annihilation characteristic of positrons trapped at the (100) and (111) surfaces of silicon, N.G. Fazleev, A.H. Weiss, and J.L. Fry, Phys Rev B 70, 165309 (2004).

 

84.  Study of the stability of Se passivation layers on Si(001) surfaces using time-of-flight positron annihilation induced Auger electron spectroscopy, J. G. Zhu,  M. P. Nadesalingam, A. H. Weiss and M. Tao, submitted to J. Appl. Physics (2005).

 

 

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