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Symposium - Microbeams Here, There and Everywhere.

Paul Carpenter has arranged a fiesta welcoming mixer as well as the main event at Knott's Berry Farm Amusement Park. Our Local Arrangements Committee continues to do an outstanding job preparing to provide all of us with a very memorable scientific and social experience.

We believe that this should be an excellent opportunity to expose our young scientists to our society and its members. We would hope that they will be encouraged by you, our older members, to attend and to present their work.

And now a word to our sustaining members. The MAS only meeting is a super opportunity for us to get to know you better and for you to become much more involved with the scientific aspect of our society. This year's Presidential Symposium is slanted more in your direction for obvious reasons. As Sustaining Members, you are the backbone of our society and we welcome this opportunity to have your added participation and to have you more involved in our scientific program.

We hope that by this time our membership has received at least three journals and that you are quite satisfied that the journal justified our 1993 dues increase. As I write this article, I am preparing to depart for the Winter Council Meeting and will share details of that meeting in the next journal of Microbeam Analysis.

Finally, just a note to thank so many of you for your encouragement and for your ideas to improve our society. Your thoughts are always welcome and encouraged.

Tom Huber



Dear Colleagues:

I am pleased to announce to you the results of our election for new officers of our MAS Society:

President Elect - John Small

Director - Joanna Batstone

Director - Charlie Lyman

John Small has served our council, as David Williams put it, as "Chronicler of Council's Ramblings", as well as our very successful Program Chair for the outstanding 1992 Boston meeting. I am further comforted to know that John will follow me to clean up my rather non-scientific microbeams and to put our house back in its usual good scientific order. As a 1992 Tour Speaker, Joanna made numerous presentations to many affiliate organizations which should help her better represent our membership during her term as Director. I could say so much about Charlie so I'll start by saying that as a longtime member of MSA, and more recently as the Past-President of MSA, Charlie has had exposure and experiences to which most of us still look ahead. He will become an instant sounding board for numerous ideas and a reference for others within our society. Our society is deeply indebted to Meredith Bond at the Cleveland Clinic, to Mary Grace Burke at Westinghouse, to Joe Geller at Geller Analytical, and to Dave Kruger at IBM Fishkill for their willingness to run for office. We are very hopeful that we will be able to utilize their talents and energies in our society in the near future. Lastly, let me thank Mary Finn of MIT Lincoln Labs and Charles Nielsen, one of my longtime colleagues, for serving as tellers for the election.

Jack Worrall, Chair of our Local Arrangements Committee in Los Angeles, has been hard at work with his committee arranging our annual meeting for this July 11-16, 1993 at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. This is an ideal setting for a MAS only meeting as it is located very close to the beach, Marina Del Rey and will be completely dedicated to our MAS Symposium. Our program chairs, John Armstrong and John Porter, are preparing to present us with, as they have announced, "a diverse program" which I am sure is an understatement. There will be tutorial workshops on Sunday, the traditional MAS/AEM Joint Session on X-ray Spectrometry chaired by Dave Williams and Al Romig, the Chuck Fiori Memorial Symposium, not to mention the Presidential


President Elect - John Small

Director - Joanna Batstone

Director - Charlie Lyman

MAS 1993, Los Angeles, CA, July 11-16

MSA 1993, Cincinatti, OH, August 1-6

MAS / MSA 1994, New Orleans, LA

MAS 1995, Denver, CO

MAS / MSA 1996, Minneapolis, MN

Short Courses

Lehigh's SEM, AEM, and SPM Short Courses - 1993

June 14-18 Basic Course

June 21-25 Advanced Courses

June 21-25 AEM Courses

Contact: Dr. Joseph I. Goldstein

Dept. of Materials Science and Enginnering

Lehigh University

5 E. Packer Avenue

Bethlehem, PA 18015-3195

(215) 758-5133; 4244 FAX




EMAS 1993

May 9-13, 1993

European Microbeam Analysis Society

Rimini, Italy

Contact: Dr. Aldo Armigliato

Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche

Istituto LAMEL

Via de' Castagnoli 1

I-40126 Bologna


SEEMS 1993

May 12-14, 1993

Alabama Electron Microscopy Society and

Southeastern Electron Microscopy Society

Birmingham, AL

Contact: Dr. James Sheetz

Division of Anatomy

University of Alabama at Birmingham

Birmingham, AL 35294

(205) 934-5341


June 9-11, 1993

Case Western Reserve University

Cleveland, OH

Contact: Jeffrey Eldridge

NASA Lewis Research Center, M/S 23-2

21000 Brookpark Road

Cleveland, OH 44135

(216) 433-6074; 5170 FAX


August 9-13, 1993

Beijing, China

Contact: Chunli Bai

Inst. of Chem.

Chinese Academy of Sci.

Beijing 100080, China

86-1-2568158; 86-1-2569564 FAX


November 15-19, 1993

Orlando, FL

Contact: AVS

335 E. 45th Street

New York, NY 10017

(212) 661-9404


Birks Award (Best Contributed Paper)

Heterojunction Band Offsets in Ge-Si Alloys from EELS

P. E. Batson, J. F. Morar, J. Tersoff, and F. K. LeGoues

IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center

Macres Award (Best Instrumentation / Software Paper)

An X-ray Microprobe Based Upon a Close-Coupled Focal-Spot / Glass Capillary Arrangement

D. A. Carpenter and M. A. Taylor

Martin Marietta Energy Systems

Cosslett Award (Best Invited Paper)

Defect Analysis Using a Third-Generation X-ray Microdiffractometer with Total Reflection Capillary

X-ray Optics

Brian R. York

X-ray Materials Laboratory, IBM

Castaing Award (Best Student Paper)

Fast New Simulation of X-ray Signals for Arbitrary Geometries

Xinlei Wang and David C. Joy

EM Facility, University of Tennessee and High Temperature Materials Laboratory, ORNL



Loyola Marymount University

Marina del Rey / Los Angeles, California

July 11-16, 1993

MAS 1993 Socials and Special Sessions

The date for our national meeting is rapidly approaching. As you can imagine, our Local Arrangements Committee is getting more excited by the minute (or is that nervous). We certainly hope that you can come and join us this year. If you haven't already pre-registered, the following is a brief description of the social events and special sessions that will be presented. Please come and enjoy what should be a relaxing and informative meeting at Loyola Marymount University this summer. If you have not received your pre-registration material, please call (213) 740-1990 and one will be sent out immediately.

The social events are designed for attendance by the whole family. Our welcoming reception on Sunday will include a variety of Mexican foods, margaritas and soft drinks. Entertainment will be provided on one of the cool open air patios by INCA, a Peruvian folk ensemble of musicians, vocalists and dancers. Colorful costumes and exotic and rare instruments are part of the excitement of INCA who bring to life the traditional and ancient musical forms from Peru. The Monday evening exhibitors mixer will be poolside at the Red Lion Hotel where we will be treated to a dessert buffet with French pastries and after-dinner drinks. Our main event on Wednesday should be relaxing and fun for everyone. We will spend the afternoon and evening at Knott's Berry Farm, a historical agricultural center of the Los Angeles Basin (and home of SNOOPY).

In addition to making some of the best fruit preserves and jams, Knott's has a huge theme park that is full of fun things to do ranging from a petting zoo to Montezuma's Revenge. Following an afternoon of rides and shows, we will have an evening all-you-can-eat dinner in our own reserved park. The Knott's staff will organize various games including baseball, volleyball, and even horseshoes! After dinner we can go back to Knott's theme park or stay in the picnic area. Comfortable buses will provide transportation to and from the park. All of the above events are included in the registration fee (don't ask me how we did it).

The program has some equally exciting events to offer this year. A very special symposium honoring Chuck Fiori will include a MAS/AEM Joint Session on X-ray Spectrometry in Electron Beam Instruments. The organizers plan to produce a text from the presentations in this symposium to replace the NBS publication on EDS. Sessions will include presentations on both the hardware and software of x-ray analysis. Our current president, Tom Huber, has chosen to draw on the creative talents of past MAS presidents for the Presidential Symposium (he must have taken the title literally) on "Microbeams: Here, There, and Everywhere". It should be an interesting look at what these "beams" we generate are up to and where they are going. The AEM Workshop on Quantitative Aspects of AEM/STEM will present the latest on the unique capabilities of this segment of microanalysis. This workshop has historically demonstrated what the limits of this field are, and has occasionally gone beyond them.

The Local Arrangements Committee is looking forward to seeing you and your family in Southern California this July. Surf's up!

Jack L. Worrall

LAC Chairman MAS 1993




Materials Scientist with over 30 years experience in microscopical problem solving using optical, scanning electron microprobe, SEM techniques, and the analytical electron microscope. Recently retired from Dow Corning Corporation in Midland, MI and is now available for consulting. Send to address below for resumé.

Harvey A. Freeman

958 Long Pond Road

Brewster, Massachusetts


Telephone (508) 896-9060


Recent E.M. graduate with B.S. in biology and training in computer programming (FORTRAN, WATFIV). Hands-on experience with SEMs, TEMs, and EDS (KEVEX), including maintenance of equipment. Will relocate. Please contact Paula Hnatew at (717) 347-7989.




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David S. Simons

National Institute of Standards and Technology

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Gaithersburg, MD 20899

(301)975-3903 FAX: (301)216-1134


Thomas G. Huber


11 Dearborn Road

Peabody, MA 01960

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John A. Small

National Institute of Standards and Technology

Bldg. 222, Rm. A113

Gaithersburg, MD 20899

(301)975-3900 FAX: (301)216-1134


David B. Williams

Department of Materials Science and Engineering

Whitaker Laboratory

5 East Packer Avenue

Lehigh University

Bethlehem, PA 18015-3195

(215)758-4224 FAX: (215)758-4244


Joseph R. Michael (1992-1994)

Sandia National Laboratories

Org. 1822 P.O. Box 5800

Albuquerque, NM 87185

(505)844-9115 FAX: (505)844-1778

Joanna L. Batstone (1993-1995)

IBM T.J. Watson Research Center

P.O. Box 218

Yorktown Heights, NY 10598

(914) 945-3778

Charles E. Lyman (1993-1995)

Department of Materials Science and Engineering

Whitaker Lab

5 East Packer Avenue

Lehigh University

Bethlehem, PA 18015

(215)758-4249 FAX: (215)258-4244

John R. Porter (1991-1993)

Rockwell International Science Center

P.O. Box 1085

Thousand Oaks, CA 91360

(805)373-4702 FAX: (805)373-4775

Phillip E. Russell (1991-1993)

Department of Materials Science and Engineering

P.O. Box 7916

North Carolina State University

Raleigh, NC 27695-7916

(919)515-7501 FAX: (919)515-2932

Dale E. Johnson (1992-1994)

Graduate School AG-10

University of Washington

Seattle, WA 98195

(206)543-5900 FAX: (206)685-3234


Accountant, Dues and Mailing List

VCH Publishers, Inc.

303 NW 12th Avenue

Deerfield Beach, FL 33422-8824

(800)367-8249 FAX: (305)428-8201

Affiliated Groups

V.E. Shull


Paul Hlava (Vice-Chair)

Sandia National Labs. Div. 1822

Albuquerque, NM 87185

(505)844-1890 FAX: (505)846-1778

Computer Activities Committee

John F. Mansfield

University of Michigan, North Campus

2455 Hayward

Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2143

(313)936-3352 FAX: (313)763-5567


Paul Carpenter

(818)356-6126 FAX: (818)568-0935

Conference Proceedings Inventory

C. Susskind

San Francisco Press, Inc.

Box 6800

San Francisco, CA 94101-6800


Corporate Liason Committee

Jon McCarthy

NORAN Instruments, Inc.

2551 W. Beltline Highway

Middleton, WI 53562

(608)831-6511 FAX: (608)831-2313

Education Committee

Phil Russell

Department of Materials Science and Engineering

P.O. Box 7916

North Carolina State University

Raleigh, NC 27695-7916

(919)515-7501 FAX: (919)515-2932

Finance Committee, Archivist

Gordon Cleaver

GE Vallecitos Nuclear Center

P.O. Box 460 MC V08

Pleasanton, CA 94566

(510)862-4320 FAX: (510)862-4244

Historian, Membership Services, Publicity, and Sustaining Membership Committee

Art Chodos

P.O. Box 1014

Monrovia, CA 91017-1014

(818)357-0183 FAX: (818)568-0935

(for Federal Express or UPS)

302 Acorn Circle

Monrovia, CA 91016-1807

International Liaison

David B. Williams

Department of Materials Science and Engineering

Whitaker Laboratory

5 East Packer Avenue

Lehigh University

Bethlehem, PA 18015-3195

(215)758-4224 FAX: (215)758-4244

Long Range Planning Committee

Alton D. Romig, Jr.

Material and Process Sciences

Sandia National Laboratories

Albuquerque, NM 87185-5800


MAS-MSA Liason, Nominations and Presidents Award

Thomas G. Huber (see President)

(508)535-5900 FAX: (508)536-2205

Membership Chairman

Robert W. Warner

GE Vallecitos Nuclear Center

P.O. Box 460 MC V03

Pleasanton, CA 94566

(510)862-4389 FAX: (510)862-4515

Memberships Lists

John Friel


1200 State Road

Princeton, NJ 08540

(609)924-7310 FAX: (609)924-1729

Microbeam Analysis Journal

Richard W. Linton, Editor-in-Chief

Department of Chemistry - CB3290

University of North Carolina

Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3290

(919)962-2152 FAX: (919)962-1547

MicroNews Editor

Inga Holl Musselman

Chemistry Program, BE 26

University of Texas at Dallas

P.O. Box 830688

Richardson, TX 75083-0688

(214)690-2706 FAX: (214)690-2925

(for Federal Express or UPS)

Chemistry Program, BE 26

The University of Texas at Dallas

2601 North Floyd Road

Richardson, TX 75083

Tour Speakers Coordinator

Paul Hlava (see Affiliated Groups)

(505)844-1890 FAX: (505)846-1778


L. S. Birks (Deceased)

Naval Research Laboratory

I. B. Borovskii (Deceased)

Institute of Solid States Physics

Academy of Sciences

Moscow, USSR

Raimond Castaing

University of Paris

Faculté des Sciences

Orsay, France

Arthur A. Chodos

302 Acorn Circle

Monrovia, CA 91016-1807

V. E. Cosslett (Deceased)

Cavendish Laboratory

University of Cambridge

Cambridge, England

Peter Duncumb

5 Woolards Lane

Great Shelford

Cambridge, CB2 5LZ, England

Theodore Hall

49 Owlstone Road

Cambridge, CB2 9JH, England

K. F. J. Heinrich

National Institute of Standards and Technology

Bldg. 222, Rm. A113

Gaithersburg, MD 20899

James Hillier

22 Arreton Road

Princeton, NJ 08540

L. L. Marton (Deceased)

National Bureau of Standards

Robert E. Ogilvie

Metallurgy Department

MIT 13-5065

Cambridge, MA 02139

Jean Philibert

Université de Paris Sud

Institut des Sciences des Materiaux

Laboratoire de Metallurgie Structurale

Batiment 413

F91405 Orsay Cedex


Stephen J. B. Reed

Department of Earth Sciences

Downing Street

Cambridge, CB2 3EQ, England

Gunji Shinoda (Deceased)

Osaka University

Osaka, Japan

David B. Wittry

University of Southern California

Materials Science Department

Los Angeles, CA 90089-0241

Georges Slodzian

Universite Paris Sud

Laboratoire de Physique des Solides (LA 02)

Bat. 510, F91405


G. W. Bailey

11950 Fairhaven Drive

Baton Rouge, LA 70815

J. Williams

Paul Lublin

16 Montogomery Drive

Framingham, MA 01701



Carol S. Burbridge

ARCO Products

P. O. Box 6210

Carson, CA 90749-6210

(213)816-8572 FAX: 8353


Mike Coscio

C/O Medtronic / Promeon Division

6700 Shingle Creek Parkway

Brooklyn Center, MN 55430

(612)569-1331 FAX: 3885


Idajean (Jean) Fisher

IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center

P. O. Box 218, MS 30-008

Yorktown Heights, NY 10598



Lou Ross

Department of Geological Sciences

University of Missouri - Columbia

101 Geological Sciences Building

Columbia, MO 65211

(314)882-4777 FAX: 5458


Ann LeFurgey

Department of Cell Biology

Box 3709

Duke University Medical Center

Durham, NC 27710

(919)684-3534 FAX: 8419


Margrit Barry

Barry Scientific, Inc.

P. O. Box 173

58 Streeter Road

Fiskdale, MA 01518


Paul Frank Hlava

Division 1822

Sandia National Laboratories

Albuquerque, NM 87185

(505)844-1890 FAX: 1778


Patricia L. Jansma

Arizona Research Laboratory

Division of Neurobiology

611 Gould-Simpson Building

University of Arizona

Tucson, AZ 85721

(602)621-6671 FAX: 8282


Clive Nockolds

Electron Microscope Unit

University of Sydney

Sydney, NSW 2006, Australia

02-692-2351 FAX: 4671


Rod Packwood

MTL - Canmet - EMR

555 Booth Street

Ottawa, Ontario K1A 091, Canada



Lawrence Straikoff

Case Western Reserve University

Olin Materials Lab

10900 Euclid Avenue

Cleveland, OH 44106

(216)368-4169 FAX: 4202


Greg Meeker

US Geological SurveyMS903

Denver Federal Center

Box 25046

Denver, CO 80225

(303)236-1081 FAX: 1414


Ted Anastas

Anastas Technical Services

17300 Mercury

Houston, TX 77058

(713)488-9736 FAX: 8543


Bob Myklebust

National Institute of Standards and Technology

Bldg. 222, Rm. A113

Gaithersburg, MD 20899

(301)975-3906 FAX: 3845


Charles Gordon Cleaver, Jr.

GE Vallecitos Nuclear Center

P. O. Box 460 MC V08

Pleasanton, CA 94566

(415)862-4320 FAX: 4516


Bill Meek

Department of Anatomy

OSU-College of Osteopathic Medicine

1111 W. 17th Street

Tulsa, OK 74107

(918)582-1972 x258 FAX: 6316


Hank Beebe

R J Lee Group, Inc.

350 Hochberg Road

Monroeville, PA 15146

(412)325-1776 FAX: 1799


Our Sustaining Members Contribute Substantial Support to MAS

Electron Microscopy Sciences / Diatome US

321 Morris Road, P.O. Box 251

Fort Washington, PA 19034

(800)523-5874 (215)646-1566 FAX: (215)646-8931

Contact: Stacie Kirsch / Bang Nguyen

ElectroScan Corporation

66 Concord Street

Wilmington, MA 01887

(508)988-0055 FAX: (508)988-0062

Contact: Marshall W. Bates, Jr. / Tom Hardt


3845 FM 1960 Road West #345

Houston, TX 77068-3519

(800)444-3137 (713)863-2067 FAX: (713)893-8443

Contact: Linda Dailey / Allan Boswell

Energy Beam Sciences

11 Bowles Road, Box 468

Agawam, MA 01001

(800)992-9037 (413)786-9322 FAX: (413)789-2786

Contact: Steven E. Slap / Jeffrey A. Ballou

ETP-USA / Electron Detectors, Inc.

1650 Holmes Street, Building C

Livermore, CA 94550

(510)449-8534 FAX: (510)449-8996

Contact: Robert J. Ruscica / Dr. V. N. E. Robinson

FEI Company

19500 N. W. Gibbs Drive, Suite 100

Beaverton, OR 97006-6907

(503)690-1500 FAX: (503)690-1519

Contact: Doug Rathkey / Locke Christman

Advanced Microbeam Services, Inc.

4217 C Kings-Graves Road

Vienna, OH 44473

(216)394-1255 FAX: (216)394-1834

Contact: Donald P. Lesher / P. S. Lesher

Amray, Inc.

160 Middlesex Turnpike

Bedford, MA 01730

(617)275-1400 FAX: (617)275-0740

Contact: Dr. Sheldon Moll / Kenneth Benoit

Cameca Instruments, Inc.

2001 West Main Street

Stamford, CT 06902-4853


Contact: Claude Conty / Andrew Davis

Charles Evans & Associates

301 Chesapeake Drive

Redwood City, CA 94063


Contact: Donald H. Wayne / Kenneth J. Drachnik

Dapple Systems

355 West Olive, Suite 100

Sunnyvale, CA 94086

(408)733-3283 FAX: (408)736-2350

Contact: William Stewart / Kat Fennell

Denton Vacuum, Inc.

2 Pin Oak Avenue

Cherry Hill, NJ 08003

(609)424-1012 FAX: (609)424-0395

Contact: James L. Campbell / George Lutz

Fisons Instruments

P.O. Box 1409

San Carlos, CA 94070-1409

(415)591-3600 (508)777-8034

Contact: Tom Stark / Sharon Szelag

Gatan, Inc.

6678 Owens Drive

Pleasanton, CA 94588-3334

(510)463-0200 FAX: (510)463-0204

Contact: Larry Kolodziejski / Christopher Byrne

Geller Microanalytical Laboratory

One Intercontinental Way

Peabody, MA 01960

(508)535-5595 FAX: (508)535-7653

Contact: Joseph D. Geller / Charles Herrington

Hessler Technical Services

44 Strawberry Hill Avenue, Suite 8G

Stamford CT 06902

(203)358-0266 FAX: (203)358-0266

Contact: Robert Hessler

h·nu x·ray systems, inc.

160 Charlemont Street

Newton, MA 02161-9987

(800)724-5600 (617)964-6690 FAX: (617)965-5812

Contact: Eugene Martin / Geoff Hewitt

Horiba Instruments, Inc.

Micro-Analytical Division

1080 East Duane, Suite A

Sunnyvale, CA 94086

(408)730-4772 FAX: (408)730-8975

Contact: Nancy A. Wolfe

Instruments SA, Inc.

J-Y Optical Systems

6 Olsen Avenue

Edison, NJ 08820


Contact: Fran Adar / Ray Kaminski


11 Dearborn Road

Peabody, MA 01960

(508)535-5900 FAX: (508)535-7741

Contact: Charles Nielsen / Robert Santorelli

Kratos Analytical, Inc.

535 E. Crescent Avenue

Ramsey, NJ 07446


Contact: David Surman / Roger Greathead

R. J. Lee Group, Inc.

350 Hochberg Road

Monroeville, PA 15146

(412)325-1776 FAX: (412)733-1799

Contact: Albert H. Beebe / R. J. Lee

Leica Instruments, Inc.

111 Deer Lake Road

Deerfield, IL 60015

(800)248-0123 (708)405-0123 FAX: (708)405-8139

Contact: Barry T. Gray / Robert Brandom

Materials Analytical Services, Inc.

3597 Parkway Lane, Suite 250

Norcross, GA 30092

(404)448-3200 FAX: (404)368-8256

Contact: Donald S. Porterfield / Mark Rigler

McCrone Associates, Inc.

850 Pasquinelli Drive

Westmont, IL 60559


Contact: John Gavrilovic / Joseph Rebstock

Micron, Inc.

3815 Lancaster Pike

Wilmington, DE 19805


Contact: James F. Ficca, Jr.

Microspec Corporation

45950 Hotchkiss Street

Fremont, CA 94539

(510)656-8820 FAX: (510)656-8944

Contact: Joseph Carr / William D. Donnelly

Nissei Sangyo America, Ltd.

Hitachi Scientific Instruments Division

460 E. Middlefield Road

Mountain View, CA 94043

(415)969-1100 FAX: (415)961-7259

Contact: Hideo Naito / Donna Armanino

NORAN Instruments, Inc.

2551 W. Beltline Highway

Middleton, WI 53562

(608)831-6511 FAX: (608)836-7224

Contact: John Benson / Mary Ales

Ovonic Synthetic Materials Co., Inc.

1788 Northwood

Troy, MI 48084

(800)366-1299 (313)362-1290 FAX: (313)362-4043

Contact: Steven A. Flessa

Oxford Instruments, Inc.

Microanalysis Group

601 Oak Ridge Turnpike

Oak Ridge, TN 37831-2560

(800)255-1978 (615)483-8405 FAX: (615)483-5891

Contact: Frank Brown / Peter J. Statham

Oxford Instruments North America, Inc.

130A Baker Avenue

Concord, MA 01742-2204


Contact: Glenn Kinnear / Jeremy Sutton


Physical Electronics Division

6509 Flying Cloud Drive

Eden Prairie, MN 55344

(800)328-7515 (612)828-6100 FAX: (612)828-6322

Contact: James M. Burkstrand / Greg Carpenter

Philips Electronics Instruments

85 McKee Drive

Mahwah, NJ 07430


Contact: John S. Fahy / Nathan Little

Princeton Gamma-Tech

1200 State Road

Princeton, NJ 08540

(609)924-7310 FAX: (609)924-1729

Contact: Doug Skinner

SEM / TEC Laboratories, Inc.

4824 South 35th Street

Phoenix, AZ 85040


Contact: Ed Holdsworth / Pat Clark

Spectra-Tech, Inc.

652 Glenbrook Road, P.O. Box 2190-G

Stamford, CT 06906

(800)357-7055 (203)357-7055

Contact: John A. Reffner / Ron Sostek

SPI Supplies / Structure Probe, Inc.

569 E. Gay Street, P.O. Box 656

West Chester, PA 19381-0656

(800)242-4774 (215)436-5400 FAX: (215)436-5755

Contact: Charles A. Garber / Andrew W. Blackwood

Topcon Technologies, Inc.

6940 Koll Center Parkway

Pleasanton, CA 94566-3100

(800)538-6850 (510)462-2212 FAX: (510)846-2803

Contact: Robert Buchanan / Paul Iwasaki

Topometrix Corporation

1505 Wyatt Drive

Santa Clara, CA 95054

(408)982-9700 FAX: (408)982-9751

Contact: Paul West / David Hoyt

Carl Zeiss, Inc.

Electron Optical Division

One Zeiss Drive

Thornwood, NY 10594


Contact: Paul E. Henry / Art Dewey

4pi Analysis, Inc.

117 West Lynch Street

Durham, NC 27701-1929

(919)688-9426 FAX: (919)688-0427

Contact: Scott Davilla / Elizabeth Gregory

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