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  1. Handbook of advanced Plasma Processing Techniques
    R.J. Schul; S.J. Pearton
    Springer Verlag Berlin, Heidelberg, New York

    ISBN 3-540-66772-5
  2. Studies on the SEM examination of un-coated, non-conductive specimens prepared by plasma-ion shower method
    H. Akahori, H. Yoshida, Y. Amakawa, I. Takahashi and M. Yamada
    Journal of Electron Micoscopy 46(6); pp. 457-466, 1977
  3. Plasma Cleaning and Its Applications for Electron Microscopy
    T.C. Isabell, P.E. Fischione, C. O´Keefe, M.U. Guruz and V.P. Dravid
    Microscopy and Microanalysis 5, pp.126-135, 1999
  4. The Use of Plasma-Cleaning for the Preparation of Clean Electron-Transparent Thin Foils
    Zandbergen et al.
    ICEM 13, Paris, Vol. 1, pp. 1003-1004, 17-22 July 1994
  5. Plasma Etching of Structural Ceramics for Microstructural Analysis
    O.O. Ajayi et al.
    Submitted to National Science & Engineering Journal, 1992
  6. Use of Commercially Reactive Gaseous Plasmas in Preparation of Specimens for Microscopy
    R.S. Thomas
    Techniques and Applications of Plasma Chemistry
    A. Wiley, Interscience Publication, Chapter 8 pp. 255-346, 1974
  7. Ein Vergleich zwischen verschiedenen physikalisch-chemischen Aetzverfahren für Siliziumnitridkeramiken
    U. Taeffner, M. J. Hofmann, M. Kraemer, Praktische METAllographie, 27 (1990), 385-390

  8. Keramographie von Hochleistungskeramiken - Werkstoffbeschreibung, Praeparation, Aetztechniken und Gefuegebeschreibung
    V. Carle et al., Praktische METAllographie, 28 (1991), 359-376

  9. Surface pretreatment  and adhesion of  thermoplastic fibre composites
    G.K.A. Kodokian, A.J. Kinloch, Journal of Material Science Letters,7 (1988), 625-627

  10. The effect of plasma treatment on the wettability of substrate materials
    Anthony Sayka, J.G. Eberhart, Solid State Technology, May 1989, 69-70

  11. Plasma etching of Sialon
    C. Chatfield, H. Norström, Communications of the American Ceramic Society, September 1983, C-168

  12. Asbestos: Scientific developments and Implications for public policy
    B.T. Mossman et al., Science Vol 247, 294-300

  13. Photoresist Removal 
    S.M. Irving, Kodak Photoresist Seminar, 2, 26, 1968 

  14. Ätzen Silikonverbindungen
     H. Abe , Y. Sonobe and T. Enomoto, Jpn. J. Appl. Phys., 12, 154 (1973)

  15. Multi Step Processing
    R.L. Bersin, Kodak Microelectronics seminar proc. San Diego, Calif., Oct. 1-3 1978

  16. Analysis of paint pigment distribution 
    Paint Research Association Newsletter April 1979 no.12.

  17. Tissue response to surface treated Tantalum implants. Preliminary observations in primates
    Michael A Meenaghan. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research. Vol 12, 631443 (1979)

  18. Improved gas-discharge etching techniques in the Electron Microscope studies of Polyamide structures
    L. I. Bezruk.
    Vysokomol. Soyed. A 10: No.6, 1434-1437, 1968.

  19. Particle and film structures of films of some latexes of acrylic copolymers
    V I Yeliseyeva. Vosokomol. Soyed. A9: No.11, 2478-2481, 1967.

  20. Oxygen etching method of making an Electron Microscopy study of Polyethylene Tetraphthalate films
    K. Z. Gumargaliyeva.
    Vosokomol. Soyed. 8: No.10, 1742-1744, 1966.

  21. Studies of plasma-etched Polyethylene Terephthalate fibres by SEM and energy dispersive X-ray microanalysis
    P R B 1  akey & M 0 Alfy. Letter to Journal of Textile Institute 1978 No.1.

  22. The application of X-ray analysis in Transmission Electron Analytical Microscope (TEAM) to the quantitative bulk analysis of biological microsamples
    T. W. Davies & A. J. Morgan. Journal of Microscopy Vol. 107, part 1, May 1976. pp 47-54.

  23. Microincineration techniques for electron microscopic localization of biological minerals 
    Richard S. Thomas, W Region Research Lab, Agricultural Research Service, US Dept. of Ag.
    Albany Ca. USA.

  24. Use of chemically reactive gas plasma in preparing specimens for SEM and Electron Probe Microanalysis
    Richard S. Thomas. SE.M11974 part I proc 7th SEM Symp. - April/ 974.

  25. Low temperature ultra-microincineration of thin section tissue
    Wayne Hohman & Harold Shraer. Journal of Cell Biology, Volume 55, 1972, pp 328-354.

  26. Ultrastructure of cell organelles by Scanning Electron Microscopy of thick sections surface-etched by an Oxygen plasma
    W. J. Humphreys, Journal of Microscopy Vol. 116 July 1979.

  27. Silica in the mesophyll cell walls of Italian Rye Grass
    D. Dinsdale, Ann. Bot. 44 73-77, 1979.

  28. Ashing moths and various insects
    J. Bowden (pr comm) Rothampstead Research Station, July 1979.

  29. X-ray microanalysis of Epon sections after Oxygen plasma microincineration
    Tudor Barnard and R. S. Thomas Journal of Microscopy Vol. 113 Pt 3 Aug. 1978, pp 269-276.

  30. Scanning Electron Microscopy of biological specimens surface-etched by an Oxygen plasma
    W. J. Humphreys. Scanning Electron Microscopy 1979/11.

  31. In situ identification of Asbestos fibres collected on membrane filters for counting
    N. P. Vaughan and S. J. Rooker.
    Ann. Occup. Hyg. Vol. 24 No. 3, pp 281-290, 1981.

  32. Glow discharge surface treatment for improved cellular adhesion
    L. Smith, Polymer Chem. Div., 170th ACS meeting, Chicago 25.8.75

  33. RF-discharge Oxygen plasma.
    M. Velodina, Analytical Letters 10 (14), 1189-1194 (1977).

  34. Quantitative determination of Mercury in organic materials by means of a low temperature, high frequency discharge plasma in Oxygen
    M. Velodina, Zhurnal Analiticheskoi Khimii. Vol 32. No.7., pp 145355, July 1977.

  35. Polarography and voltametry in environmental research and surveillance of toxic METAls
    H. W. Nurnberg, International Symposium on Industrial Electro-Chemistry, Madras December 1976.

  36. Trace chemistry of toxic METAls in biometrics 
    P. Valenta, Z Anal Chem. Band 285 (1977).

  37. Studies on ecotoxicological base lines and speciation of heavy METAls in natural waters and rain
    H. W. Nurnberg, Institute of Chemistry, Nuclear Research Centre (KFA), P0 Box 1913, D-5170, Julich, F.R.G.

  38. Electronic low-temperature ashing of bituminous coal 
    H. J. Gluskoter, Illinois State Geological Survey, Urbana, III, USA. March 1965.

  39. Quantitative determination of the mineral matter content of coal by a radio frequency­-oxidation technique
    Frank W. Frazer, Fuel 1973.

  40. Quantitative infrared multicomponent determination of minerals occurring in coal 
    PA Estep, Anal. Chem. Vol. 34. No. 11. Oct 1968, pp 1454-1457.

  41. Use of electrically excited Oxygen for the low temperature decomposition of organic substrate
    C. F. Gleit, Anal Chem. Vol. 34 No. 11.
    Oct 1968, pp 1454-1457.

  42. Low temperature Oxygen-Fluorine RF ashing of biological materials in PTFE dishes prior to determination of Tin, Iron, Lead and Chromium by AAS
    E. V. Williams.
    Analyst. Sept 1982, Vol. 107, pp 1006-1013.

  43. Cadmium in blood analysis 
    Francois Claeys, Institute d´Hygiene and d'Epidemoloqie, Brussels.

  44. Recovery of tracers from ashed blood
    Dr. Pidutti, Catholic University, Rome, Dept of Industrial Hygiene.

  45. Determination of Cadmium in blood after destruction of organic material by low-­temperature ashing
    G. Carter and W. Yeoman, Analyst. Vol. 105. March 1980, pp 295-297.

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