Scientific Publications: Ordered by Date

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  1. “The storage of information: Its evolution and future.” Seminar paper required for the 1947 SM degree in electrical engineering, MIT. 152 pages, including letters from Vannevar Bush and J. W. Mauchly; available here in .pdf and also in text form at the Charles Babbage Institute: call # Quarto z699, M33x, 1947: The pdf version, made from a 65-year-old typescript, is poor in some spots.
  2. “Ferromagnetic Resonance Measurements on Stressed Thin Nickel Films,” Phys. Rev. 81, 312(A), January 15 (195l). Experimental.
  3. “Measurements of the Stress in Nickel Films with a New Oscillation Magnetometer,” Phys. Rev. 81, 329(A), January 15 (195l). Experimental.
  4. An Oscillation Type Magnetometer,” (with J.H.E. Griffiths), Jour. Sci. Inst. 28, 56-57, February (1951). Theoretical and experimental.
  5. Ferromagnetic Resonance and the Internal Field in Ferromagnetic Materials,” Proc. Phys. Soc. A64, 968-983, November (1951). Theoretical.
  6. Photocontrolled Low Frequency Dielectric Dispersion,” Phys. Rev. 85, 381(L) , January 15 (1952). Experimental.
  7. Dielectric Dispersion in Materials Having a Distribution of Relaxation Times,” J. Chem. Phys. 20, 1107-1111, July (1952). Theoretical.
  8. “Microwave Spectrograph,” Frontier 15, 4-7, 15-16, December (1952). Review.
  9. “Polarization Capacitance Effects in Photoconductors and Semiconductors,” Phys. Rev. 90, 364(A), April 15 (1953). Experimental.
  10. Electret-Like Behavior in Polarized Ceramic BaTi03,” (with R.W. Thickens), Phys. Rev. 90, 375(A), April 15 (1953). Experimental.
  11. A New Model for the Debye Dispersion Equations,” Phys. Rev. 91, 412(L), July 15 (1953). Theoretical.
  12. Theory of ac Space-Charge Polarization Effects in Photoconductors, Semiconductors, and Electrolytes,” Phys. Rev. 92, 4-17, October 1 (1953). Theoretical.  See updates and extensions of this work at #’s 66 and 124.
  13. An AC Cathode-Follower Circuit of Very High Input Impedance,” Rev. Sci. Inst. 25, 144-147, February (1954). Experimental.
  14. AC Hall and Magnetoresistive Effects in Photoconducting Alkali Halides,” (with J.E. Robinson), Phys. Rev. 95, 44-50, July 1 (1954) . Experimental and theoretical. In the published title “Magnetoresistive” is erroneously listed as “Magnetostrictive.”
  15. Concentration Dependence of Differential Capacity in Electrolytes at the Electrocapillarity Maximum,” J. Chem. Phys. 22, 763(L), April (1954); 22, 1471 (printing correction), August (1954). Theoretical.
  16. Exact Solution of the Debye-Huckel Equations for a Polarized Electrode,” (with M.K. Brachman), J. Chem. Phys. 22, 1314-1316, August (1954). Theoretical.
  17. Static Space-Charge Effects in the Diffuse Double Layer,” J. Chem. Phys. 22, 1317-1322, August (1954) . Theoretical.
  18. The Calibration of Amplitude Modulation Meters with a Heterodyne Signal,” Proc. I.R.E. 42, 1515-1518, October (1954). Theoretical.
  19. Theory of the Differential Capacitance of the Double Layer in Unadsorbed Electrolytes,” J. Chem. Phys. 22, 1857-1866, November (1954). Theoretical.
  20. Relaxation-Time Distribution Functions and the Kramers-Kronig Relations,” (with M.K. Brachman), Physica 20, 1266-1270, December (1954). Theoretical.
  21. The Charging and Discharging of Nonlinear Capacitors,” (with M.K. Brachman), Proc. I.R.E. 43, 71-78, January (1955); 43, 741 (correction), June (1955) . Theoretical.
  22. Capacitance and Conductance Effects in Photoconducting Alkali Halide Crystals,” J. Chem. Phys. 23, 275-295, February (1955). Experimental.
  23. Tuning of a Rectangular Parallelopiped Cavity Resonator with a Circular Metallic Post,” Rev. Sci. Inst. 26, 433-434, May (1955) . Theoretical.
  24. “Radiosulphate as a Measure of Extracellular Volume in Edematous States,” (with L.L. Madison, H.C. Teng, D.W. Seldin, and A.F. Reid), Clinical Res. Proc. 3, 126(A), April (1955). Experimental.
  25. Evaluation of Radiosulphate as a Measure of Extracellular Volume in Edematous Patients,” (with L.L. Madison, H.C. Teng, D.W. Seldin, and A.F. Reid), Am. Jour. of Med. 19, 147(A), July (1955). Experimental.
  26. Active-Error Feedback and its Application to a Specific Driver Circuit,” Proc. I.R.E. 43, 808-813, July (1955). Theoretical and experimental . See also: Instruments and Automation 28, 1938, November (1955). Also: Letter-to-the-editor, Wireless World 79, 295, June (1973?).
  27. A Multi-Loop, Self-Balancing Power Amplifier,” I.R.E. Trans. on Audio AU-3, 92-107, July-August (1955). Experimental. See also Instruments and Automation 29, 288, February (1956) . I.R.E. P.G.A. Senior Paper Award, 1957.
  28. “Space-Charge Effects in Photoconducting Phosphors,” Symp. on Electroluminescence and Photoconduction of the Polytech . Inst. of Brooklyn, Extended Abstracts, p. 27, September 10 (1955). Theoretical and experimental.
  29. Some New Linear-System Integral Transform Relations,” (with M.K. Brachman), Phys. Rev. 100, 966(A), November 1 (1955). Theoretical.
  30. Note on Theories of Time-Varying Space-Charge Polarization,” J. Chem. Phys. 23, 2308-2309, December (1955) . Theoretical.
  31. An Exponential-Process Analyzer and Synthesizer,” Proc. of Nat. Simulation Conf., Vol. 1, p. 29.1, January 21 (1956). Experimental.
  32. Generalized Immittance Kernels and the Kronig-Kramers Relations” (with M.K. Brachman), Physica 22, 141-148, March (1956). Theoretical.
  33. Solution of a Transistor Transient Response Problem,” I.R.E. Trans. on Circuit Theory, CT3, 54-57, March (1956). Theoretical.
  34. Spin Exchange Effects in Ferromagnetic Resonance,” Phys. Rev. 103, 280-286, July 15 (1956) . Theoretical.
  35. Differential Capacitance in Electrolytes,” J. Chem. Phys. 25, 364(L), August (1956). Theoretical.
  36. Physical Realizability Conditions,” (with M.K. Brachman), Physica 22, 670(L), August (1956) . Theoretical.
  37. Checking DC Parameters of Transistors,” (with M.E. Jones), Electronic Industries and Tele-Tech 15, 56-58, 82-90, October (1956). Experimental.
  38. Linear-System Integral Transform Relations,” (with M. K. Brachman), Rev. Mod . Phys. 28, 393-422, October (1956) . Theoretical and review.
  39. An Electrical Analogue for Analysis of Tracer Distribution Kinetics in Biological Systems,” (with E.G. Perry, L.L. Madison, and D.W. Seldin), Radiation Research 6, 585-60l, May (1957). Experimental.
  40. Stress in Evaporated Ferromagnetic Films,” Phys. Rev. 106, 890-892, June 1 (1957). Experimental.
  41. Some Augmented Cathode Follower Circuits,” I.R.E. Trans. on Audio AU-5, 63-70, May-June (1957) . Experimental.
  42. Prediction of Semiconductor Surface Response to Ambients by Use of Lewis Acid-Base Theory,” (with C.G. Peattie), Proc. I.R.E. 45, 1292(L), September (1957); 45, 1492 (printing correction), November (1957). Theoretical.
  43. New Integrating Circuit and Electrical Analog for Transient Diffusion and Flow,” Rev. Sci. Inst. 28, 924-926, November (1957). Experimental and theoretical.
  44. Active, Adjustable Audio Band-Pass Filter,” Jour. Acoust. Soc. Am. 29, 1348-1356, December (1957). Experimental and theoretical.
  45. On Making Accurate Measurements with a Harmonic Distortion Meter,” I.R.E. Trans. on Audio AU-5, l60-161, November-December (1957). Theoretical.
  46. Magnetic Anisotropy Measurement with an Oscillation Magnetometer,” Brit. Jour. Appl. Phys. 9, 116-119, March (1958). Theoretical.
  47. “Blocking-Electrode Static Space-Charge Distributions,” Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. Ser. II 3, 218(A), May 1 (1958). Theoretical.
  48. “Active Bandpass Filter has Sharp Cutoff,” Electronics 31, 84-87, August 15 (1958). Experimental and theoretical . Shortened version of No. 43.
  49. “Static Space Charge and Capacitance for a Single Blocking Electrode,” J. Chem. Phys. 29, 1346-1358, December (1958). Theoretical.
  50. “Static Space Charge and Capacitance for Two Blocking Electrodes,” J. Chem. Phys. 30, 806-816, March (1959) . Theoretical.
  51. “Modifications of the Lomnitz-Jeffreys’ Law of Creep,” J. Appl. Phys. 30, 453-454(L), March (1959). Theoretical.
  52. Rayleigh-Wave Dissipation Functions in Low-Loss Media,” Geophys . J. of the Roy . Astronomical Soc. 2, 132-135, June (1959) . Theoretical.
  53. Nonlinear Distortion Reduction by Complementary Distortion,” I.R.E. Trans. on Audio AU-7, 128-133, September-October (1959). Theoretical.
  54. Static Space-Charge Distributions,” Chapter in Solid State Physics in Electronics and Telecommunications. Proceedings of International Conference, Brussels, 6 June 1958; Academic Press, London, 1960; pp. 389-406. An early, less complete version of Nos. 48 and 49.
  55. Reply to Comments on ‘Nonlinear Distortion Reduction by Complementary Distortion,” I.R.E. Trans. on Audio AU8, 104-105, May-June (1960).
  56. Space-Charge Capacitors for Parametric Amplifiers,” Proc. I.R.E. 48, 1483-1485(L), August (1960) . Theoretical.
  57. “Theorie et Applications de Certaines Fonctions Lineaires D’Attenuation,” (with C. Lomnitz), Trans. Am. Geophys. Union 41, 576(A), December, 1960. Report of paper presented at the Twelfth General Assembly, International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics, Helsinki, Finland, 2 August
  58. “Double Layer Structure and Behavior,” Abstracts of papers presented at the 138th meeting of the American Chemical Society, New York, N. Y., 14 September 1960, p. 14-I.
  59. Exact Solution of a Time-Varying Capacitance Problem,” (with D.E. Edmondson), Proc. I.R.E. 49, 453-466, February (1961). Theoretical.
  60. More on Nonlinear Distortion Correction,” I.R.E. Trans. on Audio AU-9, 103-105 July-August (1961) . See also: dB, 13, 2,4, November (1979); 14, 6,8, April (1980); and 14, 6,7, December (1980).
  61. Theory and Application of a Superposition Model of Internal Friction and Creep,” J. Appl. Phys. 32, 2385-2398, November (1961).
  62. “Relaxation-Time Distribution Functions for a Thermally Activated Process,” Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 6, 449(A), November (1961).
  63. Photocapacitance Effects in Additively Colored Alkali Halide Crystals,” J. Phys. Chem. Solids 21, 313-315, December (1961).
  64. Restriction on the Form of Relaxation-Time Distribution Functions for a Thermally Activated Process, “J. Chem. Phys. 36, 345-349, January 15 (1962).
  65. Accurate Solution of an Idealized One-Carrier Metal-Semiconductor Junction Problem,” Solid-State Electronics 5, 11-37, January-February (1962).
  66. Some Statistical Aspects of Relaxation-Time Distributions,” Physica 28, 485-492 ,  May (1962).
  67. Theory of Double Layer Differential Capacitance in Electrolytes,” (with C.A. Barlow, Jr.), J. Chem. Phys. 36, 3062-3080, June 1 (1962).
  68. Transient and Temperature Response of a Distributed, Thermally Activated System,” J. Appl. Phys. 34, 538-552, March (1963).
  69. “Work Function Change on Monolayer Adsorption,” (with C.A. Barlow, Jr.), J. Chem. Phys. 39, 412-422, July 15 (1963); 40, 237 (printing correction), January 1 (1964).
  70. “Response of a Distributed, Thermally Activated System,” Annual Meeting, Society of Rheology, 29 October 1962, Baltimore, Md.: Trans. Soc. Rheology 7, 411-412(A) (1963).
  71. Relaxation, Retardation, and Superposition,” (with C.A. Barlow, Jr.), Rev. Mod. Phys. 35, 940-946, October (1963).
  72. “Discreteness-of-Charge Adsorption Micropotentials. I. Infinite Imaging,” (with C.A Barlow, Jr.), J. Chem. Phys. 40, l535-l549, March 15 (1964).
  73. Thermal Activation Relations,” J. Chem. Phys. 40, 1792-1804, April 1 (1964).
  74. Distribution of Space Charge in Homogeneous Metal Oxide Films and Semiconductors,” J. Chem. Phys. 40, 3735-3737(L), June 15 (1964).
  75. Accelerated Convergence, Divergence, Iteration, Extrapolation and Curve Fitting,” J. Appl. Phys. 35, 3034-304l, October (1964).
  76. Electric Field Penetration into Metals,” J. Appl. Phys. 35, 3053-3054(L), October (1964).
  77. Electric Monopole and Dipole Discreteness Effects in Adsorption,” (with C.A. Barlow, Jr.), J. Phys. Chem. 68, 2737-2740, October 15 (1964).
  78. Equilibrium Double Layer Theory,” (with C.A. Barlow, Jr.), Chapter in Electrochemistry, Proc. of First Australian Conf. on Electrochemistry, Sydney, Australia, 15 February 1963; A. Friend and F. Gutmann, Editors; Pergamon Press, Oxford, 1965; pp. 199-247.
  79. Discreteness-of-Charge Adsorption Micropotentials. II. Single Imaging,” (with C.A. Barlow, Jr.), J. Chem. Phys. 43, 2575-2597, October 15 (1965).
  80. Thermal Stability of an Adsorbed Array of Charges in the Einstein Approximation,” (with C.A. Barlow, Jr.), Can. J. Chem. 43, 2985-2995, November (1965).
  81. Theory of Work-Function Change on Adsorption of Polarizable Ions,” (with C.A. Barlow, Jr.), J. Chem. Phys. 44, 202-206, January 1 (1966).
  82. A Simple Method for Ionic and Molecular Adsorption Electrical Calculations,” (with C.A. Barlow, Jr.), Surf. Sci. 4, 381-395, July-August (1966).
  83. Penetration Parameter for an Adsorbed Layer of Polarizable Ions,” (with C. A. Barlow, Jr.), J. Appl. Phys. 37, 3471-3482, August (1966).
  84. Comment on the Paper, ‘Complex Modulus of a Cohesive Soil from Stress Relaxation Response Using the One-Sided Fourier Transform,'” J. Appl. Phys. 37, 3636(L), August (1966).
  85. Discreteness-of-Charge Micropotentials . III. Dielectric-Conductive Imaging,” (with C.A. Barlow, Jr.), J. Electrochem. Soc. 113, 978-992, October (1966).
  86. Some Simple Isothermal Equations of State,” Rev. Mod. Phys. 38, 669-679, October (1966).
  87. Energy Dissipation and Attenuation Under High-Loss Conditions,” Brit. J. Appl. Phys., 17, 1347-1354, October (1966).
  88. Theory of Discreteness of Charge Effects in the Electrolyte Compact Double Layer,” (with C.A. Barlow, Jr.). Chapter I of Advances in Electrochemistry and Electrochemical Engineering, Vol. VI; P. Delahay, Editor; Interscience Publishers, August 1967; pp. 1-199.
  89. “Comparison of Some Equations of State,” Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 14, 393(A), March (1969).
  90. Review of Some Experimental and Analytical Equations of State,” Rev. Mod. Phys. 41, 316-349, April (1969).
  91. Double Layer Capacitance and Relaxation in Electrolytes and Solids,” Trans. Faraday Soc. 66, 943-958, April (1970).
  92. Electrical Response of Materials Containing Space Charge with Discharge at the Electrodes,” J. Chem. Phys. 54, 2026-2050, 1 March (197l); 56, 681 (correction), 1 January (1972).
  93. The Impedance of a Galvanic Cell with Two Plane-Parallel Electrodes at a Short Distance,” J. Electroanal. Chem. 32, 317-328, October (197l).  Equations 1 and 2 are improperly identified as expressions for the total impedance but, as shown in papers #91, Eq. 9, and #124, p.1619, they are actually interface impedance results.
  94. Discrimination Between Equations of State,” (with D.R. Powell), J. Res. Nat. Bur. Stand. (U.S. ) 75A, 441-453, September-October (197l).
  95. A Rapidly Convergent Iterative Method for the Solution of the Generalised Nonlinear Least Squares Problem,” (with D.R. Powell), Computer J. 15, 148-155, May (1972); 16, 51 (correction), February (1973).
  96. Comment on “Comments on ‘Equilibrium space-charge distributions in semiconductors,'”” J. Phys. D: Appl. Phys. 5, L82, September (1972).
  97. Reconsideration of an Experiment on Water under Negative Pressure,” J. Chem. Phys. 57, 3793-3802, l November (1972).
  98. Equivalent Circuits for Electrochemical Cells Containing an Indifferent Electrolyte — Response to Comments by R.D. Armstrong,” J. Electroanal . Chem. 40, 440-443(L), December (1972).
  99. “Better Tape Head Azimuth Adjustment,” (with C.A. Barlow, Jr.), db 7, 34-37, March (1973).
  100. Fitting Experimental Data,” J. Comp. Phys. 11, 620(L), April (1973).
  101. Theory of Space-charge Polarization and Electrode-discharge Effects,” J. Chem. Phys. 58, 4982-5001, 1 June (1973); 60, 343 (correction), 1 January (1974).
  102. Electrode Polarization of Ionic Conductors,” J. Appl. Phys. 44, 3455-3458, August (1973).
  103. Equivalent Circuits for the Binary Electrolyte in the Warburg Region,” J. Electroanal . Chem. 47, 182-189(L), 25 September (1973); 49, 160 (correction), 2 January (1974).
  104. Space Charge in Silver Halides — Theory of Surface and Electrode Charge,” J. Appl. Phys. 45, 73-81, January (1974).
  105. Some Electrode Charge-Transfer Effects in Solid Ionic Materials,” J. Appl. Phys. 45, 2343-2345(L), May (1974).
  106. Binary Electrolyte Small-Signal Frequency Response,” J. Electroanal. Chem. 53, 1-55, 10 June (1974).
  107. Some AC Response Results for Solids with Recombining Space Charge,” J. Phys. C: Solid State Phys. 7, L327-L331, 7 September (1974); 8, L63 (correction), 21 February (1975).
  108. A Note on Generalized Nonlinear Least-Squares Data Fitting,” Nucl. Instr. and Meth . 121, 203(L), 1 October (1974).
  109. Simplified Impedance/Frequency-Response Results for Intrinsically Conducting Solids and Liquids,” J. Chem. Phys. 61, 3977-3996, 15 November (1974).
  110. Comment on ‘Simple Method for Fitting Data when Both Variables Have Uncertainties,'” Am. J. Phys. 43, 372-374(L), April (1975).
  111. One-Dimensional Current Transport Equations,” J. Appl. Phys. 46, 4602-4603(L), October (1975).
  112. Comments on Some Papers of R.D. Armstrong et al.,” J. Electroanal. Chem. 66, 143-147, 10 December (1975).
  113. Space Charge Polarisation,” chapter in Electrode Processes in Solid State Ionics, M. Kleitz and J. Dupuy, Editors; D. Reidel Publishing Co., Dordrecht-Holland, 1976; pp. 149-180.
  114. Complex Rate Constant for an Electrochemical System Involving an Adsorbed Intermediate,” J. Electroanal . Chem. 70, 17-26, 25 May (1976).
  115. Comment on ‘Theory and Analyses of the A.C. Characteristics of Defect Thin Film Insulators,'” (with D.R. Franceschetti), J. Appl. Phys. 47, 4222(L), September (1976).
  116. Some Aspects of Polarization in Ionic Crystals with Electrode Reactions,” (with P.W.M. Jacobs), J. Phys. Chem. Solids 37, 1117-1123, December (1976).
  117. Interpretation of AC Impedance Measurements in Solids,” chapter in Superionic Conductors, G.D. Mahan and W.L. Roth, Editors; Plenum Press, New York, 1976; pp. 8l-97.
  118. “Electrode Reaction Kinetics as a Boundary Value Problem,” (with D.R. Franceschetti), Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 22, 425(A), March (1977).
  119. “Charge Transfer and Adsorption Kinetics of Electrode Reactions in Unsupported Electrolytes,” (with D.R. Franceschetti), Abstracts of Papers presented at the 173rd meeting of the American Chemical Society, New Orleans, La., 24 March 1977, COLL-126.
  120. Electrical Response of Materials with Recombining Space Charge,” (with D.R. Franceschetti and R. Meaudre), J. Phys. C: Solid State Phys. 10, 1459-1471, 14 May (1977).
  121. Analysis of Impedance and Admittance Data for Solids and Liquids,” (with J.A. Garber), J. Electrochem . Soc. 124, 1022-1030, July (1977).
  122. Comments on ‘Fitting Data to Nonlinear Functions with Uncertainties in all Measurement Variables,'” (with D.R. Powell), Computer J. 20, 285-286(L), August (1977).
  123. Electrode Kinetics, Equivalent Circuits, and System Characterization: Small-Signal Conditions,” (with D.R. Franceschetti), J. Electroanal . Chem. 82, 271-301, 9 September (1977).
  124. Comment on the Small-Signal AC Response of Solid Electrolytes,” (with D.R. Franceschetti), Phys. Status Solidi (a) 43, K169- K173(L), October (1977).
  125. Theory of Small-signal AC Response of Solids and Liquids with Recombining Mobile Charge,” (with D.R. Franceschetti), J. Chem. Phys. 68, 1614-1637, 15 February (1978).
  126. Compact Double Layer Effects in Small-Signal Electrical Response,” (with D.R. Franceschetti), J. Electroanal. Chem. 87, 419-422(L), 10 March (1978).
  127. Numerical Analysis of Electrical Response: Statics and Dynamics of Space-Charge Regions at Blocking Electrodes,” (with D.R. Franceschetti), J. Appl. Phys. 50, 291-302, January (1979).
  128. Optoisolator Initializes Signal-averaging Circuit,” Electronics 52, 121(L), 15 March (1979).
  129. Comments on ‘Computer-Aided Loudspeaker System Design, Part l: Synthesis Using Optimization Techniques’,” J. Audio Eng. Soc. 27, 300(L), April (1979).
  130. Compact and Diffuse Double Layer Interaction in Unsupported System Small-Signal Response,” (with D.R. Franceschetti), J. Electroanal . Chem. 99, 283-298, 8 June (1979).
  131. A Method for Estimating Impedance Parameters for Electrochemical Systems that Exhibit Pseudoinductance,” (with D.R. Franceschetti), J. Electrochem. Soc. 126, 1082(L), June (1979).
  132. Numerical Analysis of Electrical Response: Biased Small-Signal A.C. Response for Systems with One or Two Blocking Electrodes,” (with D.R. Franceschetti), J. Electroanal. Chem. 100, 583-605, June/July (1979).
  133. Diffusion of Neutral and Charged Species under Small-Signal A.C. Conditions,” (with D.R. Franceschetti), J. Electroanal. Chem. 101, 307-316, 24 August (l979).
  134. “Interfacial Phenomena of beta-PbF2,” (with J. Schoonman, A. Wolfert, and D. R. Franceschetti), in “Reactivity in Solids,” Wageningen, The Netherlands, 14-15 January 1980; 12-13(A).
  135. Coupling of Electrode Kinetics and Space Charge Dynamics in Unsupported Systems,” (with D. R. Franceschetti), Proc. Third Symposium on Electrode Processes, Boston, Mass., 7 May 1979; S. Bruckenstein, J.D.E. McIntyre, B. Miller, and E. Yeager, Editors; The Electrochemical Society, 1980 Proceedings Vol. 80-3; pp. 94-114.
  136. On the Coupling of Interfacial Charge Transfer and Bulk Transport in Ionic Crystals,” (with D.R. Franceschetti), Solid State Comm. 34, 713-716, May (1980).
  137. “Interfacial Phenomena of Some Fluorites,” (with J. Schoonman, L.J. Stil, and D.R. Franceschetti), Third International Meeting on Solid Electrolytes – Solid State Ionics and Galvanic Cells, 15-19 September 1980, Tokyo; paper C102(A) . See also the different but related No. 142.
  138. Interfacial Space Charge and Capacitance,” (with D.R. Franceschetti and A.P. Lehnen), Proc. Symposium on Ion Exchange: Transport and Interfacial Properties, Hollywood, Fla., 7 October 1980; R.S. Yeo and R.P. Buck, Editors; The Electrochemical Society, 1981 Proceedings Vol. 81-2; pp. 124-126.
  139. Interface Effects in the Electrical Response of Non-metallic Conducting Solids and Liquids,” Whitehead Memorial Lecture, in 1980 Annual Report, 49th Conference on Electrical Insulation and Dielectric Phenomena, National Academy of Sciences, 27 October 1980, pp. 3-49. Reprinted with corrections in IEEE Transactions on Electrical Insulation EI16, 65-82, April (1981).
  140. Electrochemistry,” (with D.R. Franceschetti) in Encyclopedia of Physics, R.G. Lerner and G.L. Trigg, Editors, Addison-Wesley Publishing Co., New York, 1981, pp. 222-224; 1991, pp. 275-277. Third edition, Weinheim: Wiley, 2005, pp. 563-567.
  141. Interfacial Space Charge and Capacitance in Ionic Crystals : Intrinsic Conductors,” (with D.R. Franceschetti and A.P. Lehnen), J. Chem. Phys. 73, 5272-5293, 15 November (1980).
  142. “Impurity Oxygen Transport in beta-PbF2,” (with D.R. Franceschetti and J. Schoonman), Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 26, 269(A), March (1981).
  143. Interfacial Phenomena of Some Fluorites,” (with J. Schoonman, L.J. Stil, and D.R. Franceschetti), Solid State Ionics 3/4, 365-371, August (1981).
  144. “Lattice Gas Model of the Ionic Diffuse Double Layer,” J. Chem. Phys. 75, 3155-3157, 15 Sept. (1981).
  145. Interacting Lattice Gas Approaches to Space Charge Distributions,” (with D.R. Franceschetti and A.P. Lehnen), Solid State Ionics 5, 105-108, October (1981). Also published in Fast Ionic Transport in Solids, Proc. Int. Conf. on Fast Ionic Transport in Solids, Gatlinburg, TN., 18-22 May 1981; J.B. Bates and G.C. Farrington, Editors, North Holland Publishing Co., Amsterdam,
  146. Three Dimensional Perspective Plotting and Fitting of Immittance Data,” (with J. Schoonman and A.P. Lehnen), Solid State Ionics 5, 137-140, October (1981). Also published in Fast Ionic Transport in Solids, Gatlinburg, TN., 18-22 May 1981; J.B. Bates and G.C. Farrington, Editors, North Holland Publishing Co., Amsterdam, 1981.
  147. The Small-Signal A.C. Response of beta-PBF2,” (with D.R. Franceschetti and J. Schoonman), Solid State Ionics, 5, 617-620, October (1981). Also published in Fast Ionic Transport in Solids, Proc. Int. Conf. on Fast Ionic Transport in Solids, Gatlinburg, TN., 18-22 May 1981; J.B. Bates and G.C. Farrington, Editors, North Holland Publishing Co., Amsterdam, 1981.
  148. “On the Mean Separation of Particles of Finite Size in One to Three Dimensions,” Mol. Phys. 44, 1043-1049, December (1981).
  149. Mean Field Effects in a Lattice Gas Model of Ionic Space Charge,” (with A.P. Lehnen and D.R. Franceschetti), J. Phys. Chem. Solids 43, 39-44, January (1982).
  150. The Applicability and Power of Complex Nonlinear Least Squares for the Analysis of Impedance and Admittance Data,” (with J. Schoonman and A.P. Lehnen), J. Electroanal . Chem. 131, 77-95, 10 January (1982).
  151. Analysis of Hydrogen-Doped Lithium Nitride Admittance Data,” (with A. Hooper and A.P. Lehnen), Solid State Ionics 6, 65-77, February (1982).
  152. Finite Length Effects in a Lattice Gas Treatment of an Ionic Crystal having Frenkel or Schottky Disorder,” (with A.P. Lehnen), Crystal Lattice Defects 9, 149-165, February (1982).
  153. Layered Lattice Gas Model for the Metal-Electrolyte Interface, Surf. Sci. 116, 135-147, April (1), (1982).
  154. “Some Lattice Gas Model Results for the Diffuse Double Layer,” (with S.W. Kenkel and S.H. Liu), Symposium on the Double Layer; Extended Abstracts, 161st Meeting of the Electrochemical Society, Montreal, Canada, 12 May 1982: Vol. 82-1, pp. 1045-1046.
  155. Small-Signal A-C Response Theory for Electrochromic Thin Films,” (with D.R. Franceschetti), J. Electrochem . Soc. 129, 1754-1756, August (1982).
  156. “Lattice Gas Model of the Electrical Double Layer with Finite Length Dipoles,” (with S.W. Kenkel), Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 27, 750(A), September (1982).
  157. An Iterated Three-Layer Model of the Double Layer with Permanent Dipoles,” (with S.H. Liu), Surf . Sci. 125, 653-678, 1 March (1983).
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  162. Pseudo Reaction Rate in the AC Response of an Electrolytic Cell,” (with C.A. Hull), J. Electroanal . Chem. 165, 9-20, 10 May (1984).
  163. Note on the Parameterization of the Constant-Phase Admittance Element,” Solid State Ionics 13, 147-149, May (1984).
  164. Analysis of Impedance Data for Single Crystal Na beta-Alumina at Low Temperatures,” (with G.B. Cook), J. Electroanal. Chem. 168, 335-354 (1984). Presented at the Sixth Australian Electrochemistry Conference, Geelong, February (1984).
  165. A Lattice Model for the Electrical Double Layer using Finite-Length Dipoles,” (with S.W. Kenkel), J. Chem. Phys. 81, 3215-3221, 1 October (1984).
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  167. “Ambiquity in Models of Small-Signal Response of Dielectric and Conducting Systems and a New Umbrella Model,” Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 30, 587(A), March (1985).
  168. New Aspects of Some Small-Signal ac Frequency Response Functions,” Solid State Ionics 15, 159-161, March (1985).
  169. Comparison of Two Recent Approaches Towards a Unified Theory of the Electrical Double Layer,” (with S.W. Kenkel), Electrochim . Acta 30, 823-826, June (1985).
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  171. Generalizations of ‘Universal Dielectric Response’ and a General Distribution-of-Activation-Energies Model for Dielectric and Conductive Systems,” J. Appl. Phys. 58, 1971-1978, 1 September (1985).
  172. Reply to Comments by Almond and West on Na b-Alumina Immittance Data Analysis,” (with G.B. Cook), J. Electroanal. Chem. 193, 57-74, 1 October (1985).
  173. Analysis of Dielectric or Conductive System Frequency Response Data Using the Williams-Watts Function,” (with R. L. Hurt), J. Chem. Phys. 84, 496-502, 1 January (1986).
  174. Some Simple Equivalent Circuits for Ionic Conductors,” (with R. L. Hurt), J. Electroanal . Chem. 200, 69-82, 25 March (1986).
  175. Distributed Circuit Elements in Impedance Spectroscopy: A Unified Treatment of Conductive and Dielectric Systems,” (with R. L. Hurt), Solid State Ionics 20, 111-124, April (1986).
  176. Relaxation in Systems with Exponential or Gaussian Distributions of Activation Energies,” J. Appl. Phys. 61, 700-713, 15 January (1987).
  177. Comparison and Discussion of Some Theories of the Equilibrium Double Layer in Liquid Electrolytes,” J. Electroanal. Chem. 223, 1-23, 25 May (1987).
  178. Impedance Spectroscopy and its Use in Analyzing the Steady-State AC Response of Solid and Liquid Electrolytes,” J. Electroanal. Chem. 223, 25-50, 25 May (1987).
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    Below Eq. A-1, in  γj replace θj2 by θj, and on p. 2279 in  t1 replace ψ by ψ1/2 .
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  186. Analysis of AC Conduction in Disordered Solids,” J. Appl. Phys. 65, 4845-4853, 15 June (1989).
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  189. Interpretation of Finite-Length-Warburg-Type Impedances in Supported and Unsupported Electrochemical Cells with Kinetically Reversible Electrodes,” (with D.R. Franceschetti and R.P. Buck), J. Electrochem . Soc. 138, 1368-1371, May (1991).
  190. Precision of Impedance Spectroscopy Estimates of Bulk, Reaction Rate, and Diffusion Parameters,” (with D.R. Franceschetti), J. Electroanal. Chem. 307, 1-11, September (1991).
  191. Correcting Parameter Bias Caused by Taking Logs of Exponential Data,” (with W.J. Thompson), Am. J. Phys. 59, 854-856, September (1991).
  192. Strongly Heteroscedastic Nonlinear Regression,” (with W.J. Thompson), Commun . in Statistics – Simulation and Computation 20, 843-886, December (1991).
  193. Least Squares Fitting when Both Variables Contain Errors: Pitfalls and Possibilities” (with W.J. Thompson), Am. J. Phys. 60, 66-73, January (1992).
  194. “Nearest-Neighbor Distribution Functions for Impenetrable Particles in one to three Dimensions,” J. Phys. Chem. 96, 3861-3864, 30 April (1992).
  195. Impedance/Admittance Response of A Binary Electrolyte,” Electrochim. Acta 37, 1007-1014, May (1992)
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  197. Comparison and Application of Two Methods for the Least Squares Analysis of Immittance Data,” Solid State Ionics 58, 97-107, November (1992).
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  199. The Response of Systems with Exponential Distributions of Activation Energies for Two Classes of Material Temperature Behavior“, (with J.C. Wang), Solid State Ionics 60, 319-333, April (1993).
  200. Discrete and Integral Fourier Transforms: Analytical Examples“, (with W.J. Thompson), Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 90, 6904-6908, August (1993).
  201. Some New Directions in Impedance Spectroscopy Data Analysis,” Electrochim. Acta 38, 1883-1890, October (1993).
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  206. Alternatives to Kronig-Kramers Transformation and Testing, and Estimation of Distributions,” (with B.A. Boukamp), Solid State Ionics 74, 85-101, December (1994).
  207. Exact and Approximate Nonlinear Least Squares Inversion of Dielectric Relaxation Spectra,” J. Chem. Phys. 102, 6241-6250, 15 April (1995).
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  214. On the transformation of colored random noise by the Kronig-Kramers integral transforms,” (with V. I. Piterbarg), J. Electroanal . Chem. 428, 1-9, 15 May (1997).
  215. Paley-Wiener criterion for relaxation functions,” J. Appl. Phys. 82, 1476-1478, 1 August (1997).
  216. Analysis of TbZn resistivity temperature derivative above the Curie point using singular fitting equations,” (with M. Ausloos), Physica A 242, 150-160, 1 August (1997).
  217. Limiting electrical response of conductive and dielectric systems, stretched-exponential behavior, and discrimination between fitting models,” J. Appl. Phys. 82, 3962-3971, 15 October (1997).
  218. The Ngai coupling model of relaxation: generalizations, alternatives, and their use in the analysis of non-Arrhenius conductivity in glassy, fast-ionic materials,” J. Appl. Phys. 84, 812-827, 15 July (1998).
  219. Dispersed electrical-relaxation response: discrimination between conductive and dielectric processes,” Braz. J. of Phys. 29, 332-346, June (1999).
  220. Critical examination of the mismatch-and-relaxation frequency-response model for dispersive materials,” Solid State Ionics 124, 1-19, September 1 (1999).
  221. Comparison of parametric and nonparametric methods for the analysis and inversion of immittance data: critique of earlier work,” J. Comput . Phys. 157, 280-301, January 1 (2000).
  222. Comparison of the universal dynamic response power-law fitting model for conducting systems with superior alternative models,” Solid State Ionics 133, 79-97, August 1 (2000).
  223. On relaxation-spectrum estimation for decades of data: accuracy and sampling-localization considerations,” Inverse Problems 16, 1561-1583, October (2000).
  224. Conductivity of disordered solids: Resolution of discrepancies between micro- and macro-response models,” Phys. Rev. B 63, 205-208, 1 February (2001); 052205. Add a missing } at the right side of Eq. (9).
  225. Scaling and modeling in the analysis of dispersive relaxation of ionic materials,” J. Appl. Phys. 90, 153-161, July 1 (2001).
  226. Nearly constant loss or constant loss in ionically conducting glasses: A physically realizable approach,” J. Chem. Phys. 115, 6192-6199, October 1 (2001).
  227. New model for nearly constant dielectric loss in conductive systems: Temperature and concentration dependencies,” J. Chem. Phys. 116, 3401-3409, February 22 (2002).
  228. Discrimination between series and parallel fitting models for nearly constant loss effects in dispersive ionic conductors,” J. Non-Cryst. Solids 307-310, 913-920, September 11 (2002).
  229. Some alternate models for nearly constant loss in conductive systems,” Phys. Rev. B 66, 064305, August 1 (2002).
  230. Resolution of conflicting views concerning frequency-response models for conducting materials with dispersive relaxation, and isomorphism of macroscopic and microscopic models,” Solid State Ionics 150, 263-279, October (2002).
  231. Comparison and evaluation of several models for fitting the frequency response of dispersive systems,” J. Chem. Phys. 118, 3258-3267, February 15 (2003).
  232. Effective-medium model for nearly constant loss in ionic conductors,” J. Appl. Phys. 94, 558-565, July 1 (2003).
  233. On two incompatible models for dispersion in ionic conductors,” J. Appl. Phys. 95, 1849-1853, 15 February (2004).
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  235. Characterization of the Electrical Response of High Resistivity Ionic and Dielectric Solid Materials by Immittance Spectroscopy,” in Impedance Spectroscopy – Theory, Experiment, and Applications, Second Edition, edited by E. Barsoukov and J. R. Macdonald (John Wiley & Sons, New Jersey, 2005), pp. 264-282.
  236. Universality, the Barton Nakajima Namikawa relation, and scaling for dispersive ionic materials,” Phys. Rev. B 71, 184307, 27 May (2005)
  237. Analysis of conducting-system frequency response data for an interfacial amorphous phase of copper-core oxide-shell nanocomposites,”  (with S. Basu and D. Chakravorty), J. Chem. Phys. 122, 214703-1-5, 1 June (2005).  Also published in Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science and Technology, Vol. 11, issue 23, 13 June (2005).
  238. Analysis of dispersed frequency response for ionic glasses: influence of electrode and nearly constant loss effects,” J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 17, 4369-4382, 13 July (2005).
  239. Impedance spectroscopy: Models, data fitting, and analysis,” Solid State Ionics 176, 1961-1969, 15 August (2005).
  240. Surprising conductive- and dielectric-system dispersion differences and similarities for two Kohlrausch-related relaxation-time-distributions,” J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 18, 629-644, 18 January (2006).  The word “imaginary” on the third line of p. 643 should be replaced by “real.”
  241. ac conductivity analysis for a metal core-silver orthosilicate shell nanostructure,” (with B. Ghosh, D. Chakravorty, and G. C. Das), J. Appl. Phys. 99, 064307-1-4, 15 March (2006).
  242. Comparison of methods for estimating continuous distributions of relaxation times,” (with E. Tuncer), J. Appl. Phys. 99, 074106-1-4, 1 April (2006).
  243. Conductivity relaxation in the interfacial phase of iron core-iron oxide shell nanocomposites,” (with S. Basu and D. Chakravorty), J. Mater. Res. 21, 1704-1711,   July (2006).
  244. Slopes, nearly constant loss, universality, and hopping rates for dispersive ionic conduction,” (with M. M. Ahmad), J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 19, 046215, 31 January (2007).

  245. Deconvolution of immittance data: Some old and new methods,” (with E. Tuncer), J. Electroanal. Chem. 602, 255-262, 15 April (2007).

  246. Dynamics of Mobile Ions: Fitting of CKN Frequency Response Data without an excess Wing,” J. Phys. Chem. B 111, 7064-7072, 28 June (2007).
  247. Analysis of Dielectric and Conductive Dispersion above Tg in Glass-Forming Molecular Liquids,” J. Phys. Chem. B 112, 13684-13694, 6 November (2008).
  248. Dispersive dielectric and conductive effects in 2D resistor-capacitor networks,” (with R. F. Hamou and E. Tuncer), J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 21, 025904, 14 January (2009).
  249. Comments on the electric modulus formalism model and superior alternatives to it for the analysis of the frequency response of ionic conductors,” J. Phys. Chem. Solids 70, 546-554, March (2009).  The data here were treated as specific but actually were not!
  250. Comparison of some random-barrier, continuous-time random-walk, and other models for the analysis of wide-range frequency response of ion-conducting materials,” J. Phys. Chem. B 113, 9175-9182, 9 July (2009).
  251. Transport process of ions in insulating media in the hyperbolic diffusion equation,” (with  G. Barbero),  Phys. Rev. E  81, 051503, May (2010).
  252. Addendum to ‘Fundamental questions relating to ion conduction in disordered solids,”  J. Appl. Phys. 107, 101101, 15 May (2010). In Eq. A.9 replace Tauρ/D by TauρD.
  253. Utility of continuum diffusion models for analyzing mobile-ion immittance data: electrode polarization, bulk, and generation-recombination effects.” J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 22, 495101, 15 December (2010).  Equation A.12 in the Appendix is incorrect but was not used in calculating any numerical results in this work. See p. 4-26 in the LEVM Manual for the correct equation.
  254. “Comparison of Impedance Spectroscopy Expressions and Responses of Alternate Anomalous Poisson-Nernst-Planck Diffusion Equations for Finite-Length Situations,” (with L. R. Evangelista, E. K. Lenzi, and G. Barbero), J. Phys. Chem. C 115, 7648-7655, 21 April (2011).
  255. “Effects of various boundary conditions on the response of Poisson-Nernst-Planck impedance spectroscopy analysis models and comparison with a continuous-time random-walk model,” J. Phys. Chem. A , 115, 13370-13380, 16 September (2011).
  256. Anomalous diffusion and memory effects on the impedance spectroscopy for finite-length situations,” (with L. R. Evangelista, E. K. Lenzi, and G. Barbero), J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 23, 485005, 15 November (2011).
  257. Three to six ambiguities in immittance spectroscopy data fitting,” J. Phys.: Condens. Matter, 24, 175004, 5 April (2012).
  258. Impedance Spectroscopy of Dielectrics and Electronic Conductors,” (with N. Bonanos and P. Pissis), in Characterization of Materials, Second Edition, E.N. Kaufmann, Ed., John Wiley & Sons, 2012.
  259. Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy,” (with Y. Barsoukov), in Characterization of Materials, Second Edition, E.N. Kaufmann, Ed., John Wiley & Sons, 2012.
  260. On the equivalence between specific adsorption and kinetic equation descriptions of the admittance response in electrolytic cells,” (with L. R. Evangelista, E. K. Lenzi, and G. Barbero, J. Chem. Phys. 138, 114702-1-5, 15 March (2013).
  261. Utility and importance of Poisson-Nernst-Planck Immittance-Spectroscopy Fitting Models,” J. Phys. Chem. C 117, 23433-23450, 23 September (2013).
  262. Comparison of immittance spectroscopy analyses of ultra-pure and ‘pure’ water in the lower frequency range,” Electrochimica Acta 123, 535-541 (2014).
  263. Poisson–Nernst–Planck model with Chang-Jaffe, diffusion, and ohmic boundary conditions,” (with I. Lelidis and G. Barbero), Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, 49 025503 (11 pages) (2016).
  264. Reanalysis of the electrode polarization in electrolytic cells limited by blocking electrodes,”  (with G. Barbero, Physical Review E 94, 042608-042612, (2016).