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In the past I have been interested in waves and diffusion in inhomogeneous or random media and in the mathematical analysis of multi-scale phenomena that arise in their study. Applications come from electromagnetic wave propagation in the atmosphere, underwater sound, waves in the lithosphere, diffusion in porous media, etc. I have studied both linear and nonlinear waves and diffusion, in both direct and inverse problems. I am now working on assessing multi-pathing effects in communication systems, especially when time reversal arrays are used. Another recent interest is financial mathematics, the use of asymptotics for stochastic equations in analyzing complex models of financial markets and in data analysis.

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  • Large area imaging of hydrogenous materials using fast neutrons from a DD fusion generator NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION A-ACCELERATORS SPECTROMETERS DETECTORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT Cremer, J. T., Williams, D. L., Gary, C. K., Piestrup, M. A., Faber, D. R., Fuller, M. J., Vainionpaa, J. H., APODACA, M., PANTELL, R. H., Feinstein, J. 2012; 675: 51-55
  • Periodic magnetic field as a polarized and focusing thermal neutron spectrometer and monochromator REVIEW OF SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS Cremer, J. T., Williams, D. L., Fuller, M. J., Gary, C. K., Piestrup, M. A., PANTELL, R. H., Feinstein, J., Flocchini, R. G., BOUSSOUFI, M., Egbert, H. P., Kloh, M. D., Walker, R. B. 2010; 81 (1)

    Abstract

    A novel periodic magnetic field (PMF) optic is shown to act as a prism, lens, and polarizer for neutrons and particles with a magnetic dipole moment. The PMF has a two-dimensional field in the axial direction of neutron propagation. The PMF alternating magnetic field polarity provides strong gradients that cause separation of neutrons by wavelength axially and by spin state transversely. The spin-up neutrons exit the PMF with their magnetic spins aligned parallel to the PMF magnetic field, and are deflected upward and line focus at a fixed vertical height, proportional to the PMF period, at a downstream focal distance that increases with neutron energy. The PMF has no attenuation by absorption or scatter, as with material prisms or crystal monochromators. Embodiments of the PMF include neutron spectrometer or monochromator, and applications include neutron small angle scattering, crystallography, residual stress analysis, cross section measurements, and reflectometry. Presented are theory, experimental results, computer simulation, applications of the PMF, and comparison of its performance to Stern-Gerlach gradient devices and compound material and magnetic refractive prisms.

    View details for DOI 10.1063/1.3274512

    View details for Web of Science ID 000274179800034

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  • High resolution x-ray microscope APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS Gary, C. K., Park, H., Lombardo, L. W., Piestrup, M. A., Cremer, J. T., PANTELL, R. H., Dudchik, Y. I. 2007; 90 (18)

    View details for DOI 10.1063/1.2734895

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  • Simple microscope using a compound refractive lens and a wide-bandwidth thermal neutron beam APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS Cremer, J. T., Park, H., Piestrup, M. A., Gary, C. K., PANTELL, R. H., Flocchini, R. G., Egbert, H. P., Kloh, M. D., Walker, R. B. 2007; 90 (14)

    View details for DOI 10.1063/1.2719155

    View details for Web of Science ID 000245512200013

  • Measured operational neutron energies of compound refractive lenses NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION B-BEAM INTERACTIONS WITH MATERIALS AND ATOMS Park, H., Cremer, J. T., Piestrup, M. A., Gary, C. K., Hjelm, R. P., Sellyey, W. C., PANTELL, R. H. 2006; 251 (2): 507-511
  • Does clinical presentation explain practice variability in the treatment of febrile infants? PEDIATRICS Bergman, D. A., Mayer, M. L., PANTELL, R. H., Finch, S. A., Wasserman, R. C. 2006; 117 (3): 787-795

    Abstract

    Previous studies documented considerable variability in the treatment of febrile infants, despite the existence of practice guidelines for this condition. None of those studies documented the extent to which this variability is accounted for by differences in clinical severity.To quantify the individual effects of the patient's clinical presentation, demographic, provider, and practice characteristics, and regional variables on practice variability in the evaluation and treatment of febrile infants.With data collected through the Pediatric Research in Office Settings network, we analyzed data on the treatment of 2712 febrile infants examined by 484 pediatricians located in 194 practices. We analyzed hospitalization, lumbar puncture, urinalysis and/or urine culture, blood work, and initial antibiotic administration. We obtained a summary score for evaluation and treatment intensity (ranging from no tests or treatments to comprehensive testing, hospitalization, and antibiotic therapy) by performing principal-components analysis with these 5 variables. This summary score was regressed with respect to patients' clinical presentation, demographic and practice/practitioner features, and geographic region. Provider fixed effects were also included in the model.Although the overall model explained 46.5% of the variance, the clinical characteristics of the patient alone explained 29.7% of the overall variance. Practice site fixed effects explained nearly 15% of the overall variance. Provider and practitioner characteristics and geographic region had minimal explanatory power.Our results show that measures of the patient's clinical presentation account for nearly one third of the variability that our model explains. This suggests that differences in clinical presentation and severity of illness underlie much of the observed practice variability among pediatricians evaluating and treating febrile infants. These findings demonstrate that the management of this common and potentially serious condition depends more on the clinical presentation of the patient than on the characteristics of the provider/practice and the residential region.

    View details for DOI 10.1542/peds.2005-0947

    View details for Web of Science ID 000235709000050

    View details for PubMedID 16510659

  • Imaging hydrogenous materials with a neutron microscope APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS Cremer, J. T., Piestrup, M. A., Park, H., Gary, C. K., PANTELL, R. H., Glinka, C. J., BARKER, J. G. 2005; 87 (16)

    View details for DOI 10.1063/1.2089172

    View details for Web of Science ID 000232557900027

  • Microscope using an x-ray tube and a bubble compound refractive lens APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS Piestrup, M. A., Gary, C. K., Park, H., Harris, J. L., Cremer, J. T., PANTELL, R. H., Dudchik, Y. I., Kolchevsky, N. N., Komarov, F. F. 2005; 86 (13)

    View details for DOI 10.1063/1.1894589

    View details for Web of Science ID 000228422600004

  • Detailed experimental results for high-trapping efficiency and narrow energy spread in a laser-driven accelerator PHYSICAL REVIEW SPECIAL TOPICS-ACCELERATORS AND BEAMS Kimura, W. D., Campbell, L. P., Dilley, C. E., Gottschalk, S. C., Quimby, D. C., Babzien, M., Ben-Zvi, I., Gallardo, J. C., Kusche, K. P., Pogorelsky, I. V., Skaritka, J., Yakimenko, V., Cline, D. B., Zhou, F., Steinhauer, L. C., PANTELL, R. H. 2004; 7 (9)
  • Biological imaging with a neutron microscope APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS Cremer, J. T., Piestrup, M. A., Gary, C. K., PANTELL, R. H., Glinka, C. J. 2004; 85 (3): 494-496

    View details for DOI 10.1063/1.1774254

    View details for Web of Science ID 000222680400049

  • Impact of pulse oximetry and oxygen therapy on length of stay in bronchiolitis hospitalizations 40th State-of-the-Art Program on Compound Semiconductors (SOTAPOCS XL)/2nd Narrow Bandgap Optoelectronic Materials and Devices Symposium Schroeder, A. R., Marmor, A. K., PANTELL, R. H., Newman, T. B. AMER MEDICAL ASSOC. 2004: 527–30

    Abstract

    Infants hospitalized with bronchiolitis are frequently monitored with a pulse oximeter. However, there is little consensus on an acceptable lower limit of oxygenation. No previous studies have examined how the use of pulse oximetry and supplemental oxygen therapy affects length of stay.To determine the extent to which bronchiolitis hospitalizations are prolonged by a perceived need for supplemental oxygen based on pulse oximetry readings. Design and Patients Retrospective case series of subjects younger than 2 years who were hospitalized with bronchiolitis at an academic medical center. Two investigators independently reviewed the hospitalization records of 73 infants and determined at what point an infant met all discharge criteria except oxygenation. We then calculated the extent to which hospitalizations were prolonged by a perceived need for supplemental oxygen therapy based on pulse oximetry readings alone.Sixty-two infants met inclusion criteria. There was high interrater reliability in determining whether hospitalizations were prolonged (kappa = 0.75). In 16 (26%) of 62 patients (95% confidence interval, 15%-37%), the hospitalization was prolonged because of oxygenation concerns. Length of stay was prolonged an average of 1.6 days (range, 1.1-2.0 days) per hospitalization for these 16 patients, or 0.4 day (range, 0.2-0.6 day) per hospitalization for all 62 patients.Hospitalizations of some infants with bronchiolitis are prolonged by a perceived need for supplemental oxygen therapy based on pulse oximetry readings. Further investigation into outcomes of different levels and durations of oxygen desaturation is needed and would have the potential to reduce practice variability and shorten the length of stay.

    View details for Web of Science ID 000221827700004

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  • Management and outcomes of care of fever in early infancy JAMA-JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION Pantell, R. H., Newman, T. B., Bernzweig, J., Bergman, D. A., Takayama, J. I., Segal, M., Finch, S. A., Wasserman, R. C. 2004; 291 (10): 1203-1212

    Abstract

    Fever in infants challenges clinicians in distinguishing between serious conditions, such as bacteremia or bacterial meningitis, and minor illnesses. To date, the practice patterns of office-based pediatricians in treating febrile infants and the clinical outcomes resulting from their care have not been systematically studied.To characterize the management and clinical outcomes of fever in infants, develop a clinical prediction model for the identification of bacteremia/bacterial meningitis, and compare the accuracy of various strategies.Prospective cohort study.Offices of 573 practitioners from the Pediatric Research in Office Settings (PROS) network of the American Academy of Pediatrics in 44 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico.Consecutive sample of 3066 infants aged 3 months or younger with temperatures of at least 38 degrees C seen by PROS practitioners from February 28, 1995, through April 25, 1998.Management strategies, illness frequency, and rates and accuracy of treating bacteremia/bacterial meningitis.The PROS clinicians hospitalized 36% of the infants, performed laboratory testing in 75%, and initially treated 57% with antibiotics. The majority (64%) were treated exclusively outside of the hospital. Bacteremia was detected in 1.8% of infants (2.4% of those tested) and bacterial meningitis in 0.5%. Well-appearing infants aged 25 days or older with fever of less than 38.6 degrees C had a rate of 0.4% for bacteremia/bacterial meningitis. Frequency of other illnesses included urinary tract infection, 5.4%; otitis media, 12.2%; upper respiratory tract infection, 25.6%; bronchiolitis, 7.8%; and gastroenteritis, 7.2%. Practitioners followed current guidelines in 42% of episodes. However, in the initial visit, they treated 61 of the 63 cases of bacteremia/bacterial meningitis with antibiotics. Neither current guidelines nor the model developed in this study performed with greater accuracy than observed practitioner management.Pediatric clinicians in the United States use individualized clinical judgment in treating febrile infants. In this study, relying on current clinical guidelines would not have improved care but would have resulted in more hospitalizations and laboratory testing.

    View details for Web of Science ID 000220061900020

    View details for PubMedID 15010441

  • Demonstration of high-trapping efficiency and narrow energy spread in a laser-driven accelerator PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Kimura, W. D., Babzien, M., Ben-Zvi, I., Campbell, L. P., Cline, D. B., Dilley, C. E., Gallardo, J. C., Gottschalk, S. C., Kusche, K. P., PANTELL, R. H., Pogorelsky, I. V., Quimby, D. C., Skaritka, J., Steinhauer, L. C., Yakimenko, V., Zhou, F. 2004; 92 (5)

    Abstract

    Laser-driven electron accelerators (laser linacs) offer the potential for enabling much more economical and compact devices. However, the development of practical and efficient laser linacs requires accelerating a large ensemble of electrons together ("trapping") while keeping their energy spread small. This has never been realized before for any laser acceleration system. We present here the first demonstration of high-trapping efficiency and narrow energy spread via laser acceleration. Trapping efficiencies of up to 80% and energy spreads down to 0.36% (1 sigma) were demonstrated.

    View details for DOI 10.1103/PhysRevLett.92.054801

    View details for Web of Science ID 000188785200027

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  • Short focal-length compound refractive lenses for x-rays Conference on Fourth-Generation X-Ray Sources and Ultrafast X-Ray Detectors Dudchik, Y. I., Kolchevsky, N. N., Komarov, F. F., Piestrup, M. A., Cremer, J. T., Gary, C. K., PANTELL, R. H. SPIE-INT SOC OPTICAL ENGINEERING. 2004: 56–61
  • Large aperture compound lenses made of lithium REVIEW OF SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS Cremer, J. T., Piestrup, M. A., Beguiristain, H. R., Gary, C. K., PANTELL, R. H. 2003; 74 (4): 2262-2266

    View details for DOI 10.1063/1.1556948

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  • Characteristics of the thick, compound refractive lens APPLIED OPTICS PANTELL, R. H., Feinstein, J., Beguiristain, H. R., Piestrup, M. A., Gary, C. K., Cremer, J. T. 2003; 42 (4): 719-723

    Abstract

    A compound refractive lens (CRL), consisting of a series of N closely spaced lens elements each of which contributes a small fraction of the total focusing, can be used to focus x rays or neutrons. The thickness of a CRL can be comparable to its focal length, whereupon a thick-lens analysis must be performed. In contrast with the conventional optical lens, where the ray inside the lens follows a straight line, the ray inside the CRL is continually changing direction because of the multiple refracting surfaces. Thus the matrix representation for the thick CRL is quite different from that for the thick optical lens. Principal planes can be defined such that the thick-lens matrix can be converted to that of a thin lens. For a thick lens the focal length is greater than for a thin lens with the same lens curvature, but this lengthening effect is less for the CRL than for the conventional optical lens.

    View details for Web of Science ID 000180637400015

    View details for PubMedID 12564492

  • Effect of a clinical practice improvement intervention on chlamydial screening among adolescent girls JAMA-JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION Shafer, M. A., Tebb, K. P., PANTELL, R. H., Wibbelsman, C. J., Neuhaus, J. M., Tipton, A. C., Kunin, S. B., Ko, T. H., Schweppe, D. M., Bergman, D. A. 2002; 288 (22): 2846-2852

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    Chlamydia trachomatis infection is a serious public health concern that disproportionately affects adolescent girls. Although annual C trachomatis screening of sexually active adolescent girls is recommended by health professional organizations and is a Health Employer Data and Information Set (HEDIS) performance measure, this goal is not being met.To test the effectiveness of a system-level, clinical practice improvement intervention designed to increase C trachomatis screening by using urine-based tests for sexually active adolescent girls identified during their routine checkups at a pediatric clinic.A randomized cluster of 10 pediatric clinics in the Kaiser Permanente of Northern California health maintenance organization, where adolescent girls aged 14 to 18 years had a total of 7920 routine checkup visits from April 2000 through March 2002.Five clinics were randomly assigned to provide usual care and 5 to provide the intervention, which required that leadership be engaged by showing the gap between best practice and current practice; a team be assembled to champion the project; barriers be identified and solutions developed through monthly meetings; and progress be monitored with site-specific screening proportions.Chlamydia trachomatis screening rate for sexually active 14- to 18-year-old girls during routine checkups at each participating clinic.The population of adolescents was ethnically diverse with an average age of 15.4 years. Twenty-four percent of girls in the experimental clinics and 23% in the control clinics were sexually active. Of the 1017 patients eligible for screening in the intervention clinic, 478 (47%) were screened; of 1194 eligible for screening in the control clinic, 203 (17%) were screened. At baseline, the proportion screened was 0.05 (95% confidence interval [CI], 0.00-0.17) in the intervention and 0.14 (95% CI, 0.01-0.26) in the control clinics. By months 16 to 18, screening rates were 0.65 (95% CI, 0.53-0.77) in the intervention and 0.21 (95% CI, 0.09-0.33) in the control clinics (time period by study group interaction, F(6,60) = 5.33; P<.001). The average infection rate for the experimental clinics was 5.8% (23 positive test results out of 393 total urine tests and a total of 3986 clinic visits) vs 7.6% in controls (12 positive test results out of 157 tests and 3934 clinic visits).Implementation of this clinical practice intervention in a large health maintenance organization system is feasible, and it significantly increased the C trachomatis screening rates for sexually active adolescent girls during routine checkups.

    View details for Web of Science ID 000179732600029

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  • X-ray focusing with compound lenses made from beryllium OPTICS LETTERS Beguiristain, H. R., Cremer, J. T., Piestrup, M. A., Gary, C. K., PANTELL, R. H. 2002; 27 (9): 778-780

    Abstract

    We have measured the intensity profile and transmission of x rays focused by a series of biconcave spherical unit lenses fabricated from beryllium. The use of beryllium extends the range of operation of compound refractive lenses, improving transmission, aperture size, and gain. The compound refractive lens was composed of 160 biconcave unit lenses, each with a radius of curvature of 1.9 mm. Two-dimensional focusing with a gain of 1.5 was obtained at 6.5 keV with a focal length of 93 cm. The effective aperture of the compound refractive lens was measured as 600 mum , with 9% peak transmission.

    View details for Web of Science ID 000175284000035

    View details for PubMedID 18007930

  • Increasing chlamydial screening rates among sexually active adolescent females attending pediatric health supervision visits: A quality improvement based model in an HMO to meet HEDIS Guidelines Tebb, K., SHAFER, M. A., Pantell, R., Neuhaus, J., Newman, T., Bergman, D., Wibbelsman, C., Tipton, A., Schweppe, D., Brown, S., Cruz, S., Gyamfi, A. A. ELSEVIER SCIENCE INC. 2002: 107–
  • Refractive lenses for coherent x-ray sources APPLIED OPTICS PANTELL, R. H., Feinstein, J., Beguiristain, H. R., Piestrup, M. A., Gary, C. K., Cremer, J. T. 2001; 40 (28): 5100-5105

    Abstract

    Incoherent x rays in the wavelength interval from approximately 0.5-2 A have been focused with refractive lenses. A single lens would have a long focal length because the refractive index of any material is close to unity; but with a stack of N lens elements the focal length is reduced by the factor N, and such a lens is termed a compound refractive lens (CRL). Misalignment of the parabolic lens elements does not alter the focusing properties and results in only a small reduction in transmission. Based on the principle of spontaneous emission amplification in a FEL wiggler, coherent x-ray sources are being developed with wavelengths of 1-1.5 A and source diameters of 50-80 mum; and the CRL can be used to provide a small, intense image. Chromatic aberration increases the image size by an amount comparable with the diffraction-limited size, and so chromatic correction is important. Pulse broadening through the lens that is due to material dispersion is negligible. The performance of a CRL used in conjunction with a coherent source is analyzed by means of the Kirchhoff integral. For typical parameters, intensity gain is 10(5)-10(6), where gain is defined as the intensity ratio in an image plane with and without the lens in place. (There may be some confusion concerning the usage of the word intensity. As employed in this manuscript, intensity, also called irradiance, refers to power per unit area. This is a commonly accepted usage for intensity, although there are places in the literature where the term radiant incidence is reserved for this definition and intensity refers to power per unit solid angle.) The image intensity is maximized when the CRL is placed 100-200 m from the source, and the diameter of the diffraction-limited spot is approximately 0.12 mum.

    View details for Web of Science ID 000171169800023

    View details for PubMedID 18364790

  • Detailed experimental results for laser acceleration staging PHYSICAL REVIEW SPECIAL TOPICS-ACCELERATORS AND BEAMS Kimura, W. D., Campbell, L. P., Dilley, C. E., Gottschalk, S. C., Quimby, D. C., van Steenbergen, A., Babzien, M., Ben-Zvi, I., Gallardo, J. C., Kusche, K. P., Pogorelsky, I. V., Skaritka, J., Yakimenko, V., Cline, D. B., He, P., Liu, Y., Steinhauer, L. C., PANTELL, R. H. 2001; 4 (10)
  • First staging of two laser accelerators PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Kimura, W. D., van Steenbergen, A., Babzien, M., Ben-Zvi, I., Campbell, L. P., Cline, D. B., Dilley, C. E., Gallardo, J. C., Cottschalk, S. C., He, P., Kusche, K. P., Liu, Y., PANTELL, R. H., Pogorelsky, I. V., Quimby, D. C., Skaritka, J., Steinhauer, L. C., Yakimenko, V. 2001; 86 (18): 4041-4043

    Abstract

    Staging of two laser-driven, relativistic electron accelerators has been demonstrated for the first time in a proof-of-principle experiment, whereby two distinct and serial laser accelerators acted on an electron beam in a coherently cumulative manner. Output from a CO2 laser was split into two beams to drive two inverse free electron lasers (IFEL) separated by 2.3 m. The first IFEL served to bunch the electrons into approximately 3 fs microbunches, which were rephased with the laser wave in the second IFEL. This represents a crucial step towards the development of practical laser-driven electron accelerators.

    View details for Web of Science ID 000168525900029

    View details for PubMedID 11328090

  • The effect of unit lens alignment and surface roughness on x-ray compound lens performance REVIEW OF SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS PANTELL, R. H., Feinstein, J., Beguiristain, H. R., Piestrup, M. A., Gary, C. K., Cremer, J. T. 2001; 72 (1): 48-52
  • Focusing coherent x-rays with refractive optics Conference on X-Ray FEL Optics and Instrumentation PANTELL, R. H., Feinstein, J., Beguiristain, H. R., Piestrup, M. A., Gary, C. K., Cremer, J. T. SPIE-INT SOCIETY OPTICAL ENGINEERING. 2001: 109–117
  • Optics for coherent x-ray sources Conference on Optics for Fourth-Generation X-Ray Sources PANTELL, R. H., Feinstein, J., Cremer, J. T., Piestrup, M. A., Beguiristain, H. R., Gary, C. K. SPIE-INT SOC OPTICAL ENGINEERING. 2001: 123–132
  • Compound refractive lenses for novel X-ray sources Workshop on Radiation from Relativistic Electrons in Periodic Structures Piestrup, M. A., Beguiristain, H. R., Gary, C. K., Cremer, J. T., PANTELL, R. H., Tatchyn, R. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 2001: 170–77
  • Two-dimensional x-ray focusing from compound lenses made of plastic REVIEW OF SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS Piestrup, M. A., Cremer, J. T., Beguiristain, H. R., Gary, C. K., PANTELL, R. H. 2000; 71 (12): 4375-4379
  • Inverse Cerenkov acceleration and inverse free-electron laser experimental results for staged electron laser acceleration IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON PLASMA SCIENCE Campbell, L. P., Dilley, C. E., Gottschalk, S. C., Kimura, W. D., Quimby, D. C., Steinhauer, L. C., Babzien, M., Ben-Zvi, I., Gallardo, J. C., Kusche, K. P., Pogorelsky, I. V., Skaritka, J. R., van Steenbergen, A., Yakimenko, V. E., Cline, D. B., He, P., Liu, Y. B., PANTELL, R. H. 2000; 28 (4): 1143-1151
  • Do patient characteristics explain practice variability in the diagnosis and treatment of febrile infants? Bergman, D. A., PANTELL, R. H., Lin, A., Mayer, M., Olshen, R., Wasserman, R. C. NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP. 2000: 174A–174A
  • Detecting serious bacterial illness in febrile infants: Do guidelines help? PANTELL, R. H., Bergman, D. A., Takayama, J. I., Newman, T. B., Bernzweig, J., Spitalny, M., Finch, S., Wasserman, R. C. NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP. 2000: 216A–216A
  • Cylindrical compound refractive x-ray lenses using plastic substrates REVIEW OF SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS Cremer, J. T., Piestrup, M. A., Beguiristain, H. R., Gary, C. K., PANTELL, R. H., Tatchyn, R. 1999; 70 (9): 3545-3548
  • The FEL and IFEL design study for the proposed NTHU photon-electron dynamics laboratory 20th International Free Electron Laser Conference 5th FEL User Workshop Huang, Y. C., Hsue, C. S., PANTELL, R. H., Smith, T. I. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 1999: 429–34
  • Thermal effects in doped fibers JOURNAL OF LIGHTWAVE TECHNOLOGY Davis, M. K., Digonnet, M. J., PANTELL, R. H. 1998; 16 (6): 1013-1023
  • The physics experiment for a laser-driven electron accelerator 19th International Free Electron Laser Conference/4th FEL Users Workshop Huang, Y. C., Plettner, T., Byer, R. L., PANTELL, R. H., SWENT, R. L., Smith, T. I., Spencer, J. E., Siemann, R. H., Wiedemann, H. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 1998: 316–21
  • Surface plasmon resonance on a single mode optical fiber IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Technology Conference - Sensing, Processing, Networking (IMTC/97) Fontana, E., Dulman, H. D., Doggett, D. E., PANTELL, R. H. IEEE-INST ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS INC. 1998: 168–73
  • Particle acceleration with lasers 18th International Free-Electron-Laser Conference PANTELL, R. H. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 1997: 1–5
  • A thermionic-cathode RF gun for compact FEL use 18th International Free-Electron-Laser Conference Lewellen, J. W., Feinstein, J., PANTELL, R. H. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 1997: 447–50
  • Gender differences in physician-patient communication - Evidence from pediatric visits ARCHIVES OF PEDIATRICS & ADOLESCENT MEDICINE Bernzweig, J., Takayama, J. I., Phibbs, C., Lewis, C., PANTELL, R. H. 1997; 151 (6): 586-591

    Abstract

    To determine whether physician gender and patient gender influence the process of communication and parent and child satisfaction during pediatric office visits.Content analysis of videotaped pediatric office visits.University-based pediatric primary care practice.Videotaped communication between 212 children, ages 4 to 14 years, parents, and physicians. Thirty-eight percent were child health supervision visits, and 62% were for the management of minor or chronic illnesses.An established coding system of physician-patient communication and measures of parent and child satisfaction with medical care.Female physician visits were 29% longer than those of male physicians (P < .001). Compared with male physicians, female physicians engaged in more social exchange (P < .01), more encouragement and reassurance (P < .01), more communication during the physical examination (P < .05), and more information gathering (P < .01) with children. Male and female physicians engaged in similar amounts of discussions regarding illness management. Children were more satisfied with physicians of the same gender (P < .05), while parents were more satisfied with female physicians (P < .05).Children communicate more with female than with male physicians and show preferences for physicians of the same gender. These findings are consistent with communication patterns in adult patients and may have a significant influence on gender disparities in health care. Efforts at improving the process and outcome of medical care should address gender differences.

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  • Experimental evidence for strong UV transition contribution in the resonant nonlinearity of doped fibers JOURNAL OF LIGHTWAVE TECHNOLOGY Digonnet, M. J., Sadowski, R. W., Shaw, H. J., PANTELL, R. H. 1997; 15 (2): 299-303
  • The open waveguide structure Symposium on New Modes of Particle Acceleration - Techniques and Sources PANTELL, R. H. AIP PRESS. 1997: 53–60
  • Resonantly enhanced nonlinearity in doped fibers for low-power all-optical switching: A review OPTICAL FIBER TECHNOLOGY Digonnet, M. J., Sadowski, R. W., Shaw, H. J., PANTELL, R. H. 1997; 3 (1): 44-64
  • Channeling radiation from LiH and LiD NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION B-BEAM INTERACTIONS WITH MATERIALS AND ATOMS Berman, B. L., KEPHART, J. O., DATZ, S., Klein, R. K., PANTELL, R. H., SWENT, R. L., Park, H., ALGUARD, M. J., Hunes, M. V. 1996; 119 (1-2): 71-78
  • All-optical switching using color centers in an irradiated phosphorus-doped fiber IEEE PHOTONICS TECHNOLOGY LETTERS Sadowski, R. W., Digonnet, M. J., PANTELL, R. H., Shaw, H. J., Simpson, J. R., Yan, M. 1996; 8 (7): 897-899
  • Parametric analysis of semiconductor-doped classes for all-optical switching JOURNAL OF LIGHTWAVE TECHNOLOGY Mayweather, D., Digonnet, M. J., PANTELL, R. H. 1996; 14 (4): 601-610
  • Contribution of UV transitions to the strong third-order nonlinearity of doped fibers Conference on Doped Fiber Devices Digonnet, M. J., Sadowski, R. W., Shaw, H. J., PANTELL, R. H. SPIE-INT SOC OPTICAL ENGINEERING. 1996: 183–188
  • ELECTRON-BEAM CHARACTERIZATION FOR A COMPACT FAR-INFRARED FREE-ELECTRON LASER IEEE JOURNAL OF QUANTUM ELECTRONICS Huang, Y. C., Wang, H., PANTELL, R. H., Schmerge, J. F., Lewellen, J. W., Feinstein, J. 1995; 31 (9): 1637-1641
  • THE FREE-ELECTRON LASER AS A LABORATORY INSTRUMENT IEEE JOURNAL OF QUANTUM ELECTRONICS Schmerge, J. F., Lewellen, J. W., Huang, Y. C., Feinstein, J., PANTELL, R. H. 1995; 31 (6): 1166-1171
  • MAXIMIZATION OF FEL GAIN FOR A HOLE-COUPLED RESONATOR 16th International Free Electron Laser Conference Huang, Y. C., PANTELL, R. H., Schmerge, J. F., Feinstein, J. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 1995: 315–18
  • PRELIMINARY EMISSION CHARACTERISTIC MEASUREMENTS FOR A 300K-DOLLAR FIR FEL 16th International Free Electron Laser Conference Lewellen, J. W., Schmerge, J. F., Huang, Y. C., Feinstein, J., PANTELL, R. H. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 1995: 24–26
  • CHARACTERIZATION OF CLUSTERS IN RARE-EARTH-DOPED FIBERS BY TRANSMISSION MEASUREMENTS JOURNAL OF LIGHTWAVE TECHNOLOGY Davis, M. K., Digonnet, M. J., PANTELL, R. H. 1995; 13 (2): 120-126
  • A subcompact free-electron laser Conference on Electron-Beam Sources and Charged-Particle Optics Lewellen, J. W., Schmerge, J. F., PANTELL, R. H., Feinstein, J. SPIE - INT SOC OPTICAL ENGINEERING. 1995: 442–450
  • A STAGGERED-ARRAY WIGGLER FOR FAR-INFRARED, FREE-ELECTRON LASER OPERATION IEEE JOURNAL OF QUANTUM ELECTRONICS Huang, Y. C., Wang, H. C., PANTELL, R. H., Feinstein, J., Lewellen, J. W. 1994; 30 (5): 1289-1294
  • FREE-ELECTRON LASER-OSCILLATOR IN A SYMMETRICAL, CONFOCAL RESONATOR APPLIED OPTICS Ozcan, M., PANTELL, R. H. 1994; 33 (12): 2294-2299

    Abstract

    A tapered wiggler is used in a free-electron laser (FEL) oscillator to improve the saturation efficiency. During signal buildup the tapered wiggler does not provide optimum phase synchronism between the electron beam and the electromagnetic wave, resulting in an appreciable loss in small-signal gain. If the taper is too large, the decrease in gain during buildup may preclude the onset of oscillation. This problem can be ameliorated with a multicomponent wiggler, which is a combination of a uniform wiggler and a tapered section. During buildup gain is primarily contributed by the linear element, and at high power levels the gain and efficiency are enhanced by the taper. Ideally, one would like to have a uniform wiggler at small-signal levels and then be able to substitute a taper at saturation. Placing the FEL in a symmetrical confocal resonator approaches this desired effect automatically.

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  • PERFORMANCE CHARACTERIZATION OF A FAR-INFRARED, STAGGERED WIGGLER 15th International Free Electron Laser Conference Huang, Y. C., Wang, H. C., PANTELL, R. H., Feinstein, J., Harris, J. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 1994: 431–35
  • AN ACCELERATOR WIGGLER FOR HIGH-EFFICIENCY FEL OPERATION 15th International Free Electron Laser Conference Schmerge, J. F., Lewellen, J. W., Harris, J., Huang, Y. C., Feinstein, J., PANTELL, R. H. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 1994: 335–40
  • ALL-OPTICAL SWITCHING USING COLOR-CENTERS IN IRRADIATED SILICA FIBERS Conference on Doped Fiber Devices and Systems Sadowski, R. W., Digonnet, M. J., PANTELL, R. H., Shaw, H. J. SPIE - INT SOC OPTICAL ENGINEERING. 1994: 110–116
  • POWER AND LENGTH REQUIREMENTS FOR ALL-OPTICAL SWITCHING IN SEMICONDUCTOR-DOPED GLASS WAVE-GUIDES Conference on Doped Fiber Devices and Systems Mayweather, D. T., Digonnet, M. J., PANTELL, R. H., Shaw, H. J. SPIE - INT SOC OPTICAL ENGINEERING. 1994: 125–133
  • A MODEL OF NONLINEAR ALL-OPTICAL SWITCHING IN DOPED FIBERS JOURNAL OF LIGHTWAVE TECHNOLOGY PANTELL, R. H., Digonnet, M. J. 1994; 12 (1): 149-156
  • SUB-MICROSECOND ALL-OPTICAL SWITCHING IN NEODYMIUM-DOPED FIBER Conference on Fiber Laser Sources and Amplifiers V Sadowski, R. W., Digonnet, M. J., PANTELL, R. H., Shaw, H. J. SPIE - INT SOC OPTICAL ENGINEERING. 1994: 166–171
  • NOVEL TECHNIQUES TO CHARACTERIZE CLUSTERING IN ND-DOPED FIBERS Conference on Fiber Laser Sources and Amplifiers V Davis, M. K., Digonnet, M. J., Sadowski, R. W., PANTELL, R. H. SPIE - INT SOC OPTICAL ENGINEERING. 1994: 50–64
  • HIGH-EFFICIENCY FEL OPERATION USING MICROWAVE REACCELERATION IN A COMBINED ACCELERATOR WIGGLER Conference on Gas, Metal Vapor, and Free-Electron Lasers and Applications Schmerge, J. F., Lewellen, J. W., Feinstein, J., PANTELL, R. H. SPIE - INT SOC OPTICAL ENGINEERING. 1994: 125–134
  • ELECTRON AND POSITRON CHANNELING RADIATION FROM BERYLLIUM-OXIDE PHYSICAL REVIEW B Dulman, H. D., PANTELL, R. H., KEPHART, J. O., Berman, B. L., Park, H., DATZ, S., Klein, R. K., SWENT, R. L., Bian, Z. H. 1993; 48 (9): 5818-5831
  • NONINVASIVE DIGITAL ENERGY SUBTRACTION ANGIOGRAPHY WITH A CHANNELING-RADIATION X-RAY SOURCE MEDICAL PHYSICS Gary, C. K., Piestrup, M. A., BOYERS, D. G., PINCUS, C. I., PANTELL, R. H., ROTHBART, G. B. 1993; 20 (5): 1527-1535

    Abstract

    Channeling radiation could provide a viable source for digital energy subtraction angiography (DESA). A signal to noise ratio (SNR) of 6.2 for a resolution of 0.5 mm x 0.5 mm could be achieved using a 6-mA 100-ms 20-MeV electron-beam pulse and a diamond channeling crystal as the x-ray source. This article investigates the choice of a DESA contrast agent and the parameters of a channeling-radiation x-ray source to develop a channeling-radiation DESA imaging system. The production of dual-energy peaks, the maximum available x-ray flux, the advantages of an area exposure, the necessity of a mosaic Bragg-crystal filter to reduce patient dose, the optimal energy separation of the peaks for a quasi-monochromatic x-ray source, and the reduction of the signal from bone are discussed, leading to estimated SNRs and image resolution for a channeling-radiation imaging system. The computer analysis developed to calculate the image quality is also discussed.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1993MC66100028

    View details for PubMedID 8289737

  • ANALYSIS OF NONLINEAR-OPTICAL SWITCHING IN AN ERBIUM-DOPED FIBER JOURNAL OF LIGHTWAVE TECHNOLOGY PANTELL, R. H., Digonnet, M. J., Sadowski, R. W., Shaw, H. J. 1993; 11 (9): 1416-1424
  • HIGH-EFFICIENCY FEL USING MICROWAVE REACCELERATION 14TH INTERNATIONAL CONF ON FREE ELECTRON LASER ( FEL 92 ) Schmerge, J. F., PANTELL, R. H., Huang, Y. C., Harris, J., Feinstein, J., Zitelli, L., Yan, Z. Q., Lewellen, J. W. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 1993: 558–65
  • HIGH-EFFICIENCY FREE-ELECTRON LASER OPERATION IN A SYMMETRICAL CONFOCAL RESONATOR 14TH INTERNATIONAL CONF ON FREE ELECTRON LASER ( FEL 92 ) Ozcan, M., PANTELL, R. H. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 1993: 658–61
  • EMISSION OF COHERENT RADIATION FROM A MODULATED ELECTRON-BEAM 14TH INTERNATIONAL CONF ON FREE ELECTRON LASER ( FEL 92 ) DORIA, A., Feinstein, J., Gallerano, G. P., PANTELL, R. H., Bartolini, R. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 1993: ABS14–ABS16
  • MICROSECOND OPTICAL OPTICAL SWITCHING IN A NEODYMIUM-DOPED 2-MODE FIBER OPTICS LETTERS Sadowski, R. W., Digonnet, M. J., PANTELL, R. H., Shaw, H. J. 1993; 18 (11): 927-929

    View details for Web of Science ID A1993LD51700029

    View details for PubMedID 19802318

  • COHERENT EMISSION AND GAIN FROM A BUNCHED ELECTRON-BEAM IEEE JOURNAL OF QUANTUM ELECTRONICS DORIA, A., Bartolini, R., Feinstein, J., Gallerano, G. P., PANTELL, R. H. 1993; 29 (5): 1428-1436
  • LASER-DIODE-PUMPED NONLINEAR SWITCH IN ERBIUM-DOPED FIBER OPTICS LETTERS PANTELL, R. H., Sadowski, R. W., Digonnet, M. J., Shaw, H. J. 1992; 17 (14): 1026-1028

    View details for Web of Science ID A1992JD25200021

    View details for PubMedID 19794709

  • COMPACT FAR-IR FEL DESIGN 13TH INTERNATIONAL CONF ON FREE ELECTRON LASER Huang, Y. C., Schmerge, J., Harris, J., Gallerano, G. P., PANTELL, R. H., Feinstein, J. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 1992: 765–71
  • TOPICS IN A HIGH-EFFICIENCY FEL DESIGN 13TH INTERNATIONAL CONF ON FREE ELECTRON LASER Ho, A. H., PANTELL, R. H., Feinstein, J. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 1992: 758–64
  • SPECIAL ISSUE ON FREE-ELECTRON LASERS - INTRODUCTION IEEE JOURNAL OF QUANTUM ELECTRONICS BEKEFI, G., PANTELL, R. H. 1991; 27 (12): 2506-2507
  • A SOLENOID-DERIVED WIGGLER IEEE JOURNAL OF QUANTUM ELECTRONICS Ho, A. H., PANTELL, R. H., Feinstein, J., Huang, Y. C. 1991; 27 (12): 2650-2655
  • OPTIMIZATION OF THE CHANNELING RADIATION SOURCE CRYSTAL TO PRODUCE INTENSE QUASI-MONOCHROMATIC X-RAYS JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS Gary, C. K., PANTELL, R. H., Ozcan, M., Piestrup, M. A., BOYERS, D. G. 1991; 70 (6): 2995-3002
  • THERMAL-VIBRATIONAL AMPLITUDES OF SILICON DETERMINED BY CHANNELING-RADIATION MEASUREMENTS PHYSICAL REVIEW B KEPHART, J. O., Berman, B. L., PANTELL, R. H., DATZ, S., Klein, R. K., Park, H. 1991; 44 (5): 1992-2002
  • COMPARISONS BETWEEN THE FEL AND THE CONVENTIONAL LASER 12TH INTERNATIONAL CONF ON FREE ELECTRON LASER ( FEL 90 ) PANTELL, R. H. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 1991: 798–803
  • GAS-LOADED FREE-ELECTRON LASER EXPERIMENTS ON THE STANFORD SUPERCONDUCTING ACCELERATOR IEEE JOURNAL OF QUANTUM ELECTRONICS Ozcan, M., PANTELL, R. H., Feinstein, J., Ho, A. H. 1991; 27 (2): 171-173
  • DESIGN AND PERFORMANCE OF A FAR INFRARED, FREE-ELECTRON LASER 1ST INTERNATIONAL CONF ON COHERENT RADIATION PROCESSES IN STRONG FIELDS PANTELL, R. H. GORDON BREACH SCI PUBL LTD. 1991: 571–577
  • SURFACE-PLASMON IMMUNOASSAY APPLIED OPTICS Fontana, E., PANTELL, R. H., Strober, S. 1990; 29 (31): 4694-4704

    Abstract

    The most sensitive existing assays used to determine antibody levels in blood serum samples require a tracer material, e.g., radioisotope, fluorofore, or enzyme, to identify the specific analyte. Surface plasmon spectroscopy has been applied recently as a no-label technique for the assay of specific antibody solutions with the antigen proteins immobilized on a metal surface. It is found that the metal surface configuration originally proposed for the surface plasmon immunoassay (SPI) is unstable and unsuitable for the assay of specific antibodies in a large mixture of proteins such as in a blood serum. Nevertheless, by properly designing the metal surface structure, the SPI can be made an extremely practical device. Preliminary results for the assay of dinitrophenyl (DNP) and keyhole limpet hemocyanin (KLH) antibodies in blood serum samples, indicate that the SPI, in addition to providing a simple and fast measurement, is comparable with existing approaches, such as radioimmunoassy or enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay both in sensitivity and specificity.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1990EJ48300035

    View details for PubMedID 20577453

  • A GAS-LOADED FREE-ELECTRON LASER AT 600 A 11TH INTERNATIONAL FREE ELECTRON LASER CONF Ozcan, M., PANTELL, R. H., Feinstein, J. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 1990: 226–29
  • INTERFEROMETER MIRRORS WITH HOLES ON-AXIS 11TH INTERNATIONAL FREE ELECTRON LASER CONF PANTELL, R. H., Feinstein, J., Ho, A. H. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 1990: 638–41
  • A NOVEL WIGGLER DESIGN FOR USE IN A HIGH-EFFICIENCY FREE-ELECTRON LASER 11TH INTERNATIONAL FREE ELECTRON LASER CONF Ho, A. H., PANTELL, R. H., Feinstein, J., Tice, B. ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. 1990: 631–37
  • THE MEASUREMENT OF CHANNELING RADIATION FROM A LINEAR-ACCELERATOR ELECTRON-BEAM AT HIGH CURRENTS NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION B-BEAM INTERACTIONS WITH MATERIALS AND ATOMS Gary, C. K., Fisher, A. S., PANTELL, R. H., Harris, J., Piestrup, M. A. 1990; 51 (4): 458-465
  • REDUCING SLIP IN A FAR-INFRARED FREE-ELECTRON LASER USING A PARALLEL-PLANE WAVE-GUIDE APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS Ride, S. K., PANTELL, R. H., Feinstein, J. 1990; 57 (13): 1283-1285
  • CHANNELING OF ELECTRONS IN SI PRODUCES INTENSE QUASIMONOCHROMATIC, TUNABLE, PICOSECOND X-RAY-BURSTS PHYSICAL REVIEW B Gary, C. K., Fisher, A. S., PANTELL, R. H., Harris, J., Piestrup, M. A. 1990; 42 (1): 7-14
  • GAS-LOADED FREE-ELECTRON LASERS PHYSICS OF FLUIDS B-PLASMA PHYSICS PANTELL, R. H., Ozcan, M. 1990; 2 (6): 1311-1312
  • MEASUREMENT OF THE OCCUPATION LENGTHS OF CHANNELED 17-MEV ELECTRONS AND 54-MEV ELECTRONS AND POSITRONS IN SILICON BY MEANS OF CHANNELING RADIATION PHYSICAL REVIEW B KEPHART, J. O., PANTELL, R. H., Berman, B. L., DATZ, S., Park, H., Klein, R. K. 1989; 40 (7): 4249-4263
  • FREE-ELECTRON LASER GAIN WITHOUT BUNCHING PHYSICAL REVIEW A PANTELL, R. H., Feinstein, J., Ding, W. 1989; 40 (3): 1436-1439
  • EFFECTS OF INTRODUCING A GAS INTO THE FREE-ELECTRON LASER JOURNAL OF THE OPTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA B-OPTICAL PHYSICS PANTELL, R. H., Fisher, A. S., Feinstein, J., Ho, A. H., Ozcan, M., Dulman, H. D., Reid, M. B. 1989; 6 (5): 1008-1014
  • EXPERIMENTAL ELIMINATION OF PLASMA EFFECTS IN A GAS-LOADED, FREE-ELECTRON LASER PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Reid, M. B., Fisher, A. S., Feinstein, J., Ho, A. H., Ozcan, M., Dulman, H. D., Lee, Y. J., PANTELL, R. H. 1989; 62 (3): 249-252
  • AN ULTRAVIOLET GAS-LOADED FREE-ELECTRON LASER IEEE JOURNAL OF QUANTUM ELECTRONICS Reid, M. B., PANTELL, R. H. 1989; 25 (1): 84-87
  • OBSERVATIONS OF GAIN AND PRESSURE TUNING IN A GAS-LOADED FEL NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION A-ACCELERATORS SPECTROMETERS DETECTORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT Fisher, A. S., PANTELL, R. H., Reid, M. B., Feinstein, J., Ho, A. H., Ozcan, M., Dulman, H. D. 1988; 272 (1-2): 89-91
  • GAIN IN THE GAS-LOADED FEL NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION A-ACCELERATORS SPECTROMETERS DETECTORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT Reid, M. B., Feinstein, J., PANTELL, R. H., Fisher, A. S. 1988; 272 (1-2): 268-274
  • NOVEL APPROACHES TO FEL OPERATION - THE GAS-LOADED FEL AND A HIGH-EFFICIENCY FEL DESIGN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ELECTRONICS Reid, M. B., Ho, A. H., PANTELL, R. H., Feinstein, J., Fisher, A. S. 1988; 65 (3): 533-550
  • CHARACTERIZATION OF DIELECTRIC-COATED, METAL MIRRORS USING SURFACE-PLASMON SPECTROSCOPY APPLIED OPTICS Fontana, E., PANTELL, R. H., MOSLEHI, M. 1988; 27 (16): 3334-3340

    Abstract

    The surface plasmon spectroscopy (SPS) technique is used in the characterization of dielectric-coated metal mirrors. Experiments performed on a MgF(2)-coated aluminum mirror indicate good agreement between SPS and ellipsometry techniques for the determination of coating thickness. In addition, the optical constants of aluminum obtained from the same experiment agree well with values presented in the literature. Advantages of SPS are that it is a simple procedure providing a high degree of accuracy, and only a single measurement is required to yield both the film thickness and the complex permittivity of the substrate.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1988P765300012

    View details for PubMedID 20539376

  • PROPAGATION OF A PICOSECOND-DURATION, RELATIVISTIC ELECTRON-BEAM THROUGH HYDROGEN AT ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURES JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS Fisher, A. S., PANTELL, R. H., Feinstein, J., DELONEY, T. L., Reid, M. B. 1988; 64 (2): 575-580
  • CHARACTERIZATION OF MULTILAYER ROUGH SURFACES BY USE OF SURFACE-PLASMON SPECTROSCOPY PHYSICAL REVIEW B Fontana, E., PANTELL, R. H. 1988; 37 (7): 3164-3182
  • EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS ON A GAS-LOADED FREE-ELECTRON LASER PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Feinstein, J., Fisher, A. S., Reid, M. B., Ho, A., Ozcan, M., Dulman, H. D., PANTELL, R. H. 1988; 60 (1): 18-20
  • WAVE GUIDING BY A WIGGLING FEL BEAM NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION A-ACCELERATORS SPECTROMETERS DETECTORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT PANTELL, R. H., Fontana, E., Feinstein, J. 1987; 259 (1-2): 143-149
  • DESIGN OF A GAS-LOADED FREE-ELECTRON LASER EXPERIMENT NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION A-ACCELERATORS SPECTROMETERS DETECTORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT Reid, M. B., Fisher, A. S., PANTELL, R. H., Feinstein, J., DELONEY, T. L., Ho, A. H. 1987; 259 (1-2): 133-135
  • FEL MODE PROPAGATION AT SATURATION IEEE JOURNAL OF QUANTUM ELECTRONICS PANTELL, R. H., Feinstein, J. 1987; 23 (9): 1534-1538
  • HIGH-EFFICIENCY ENERGY-CONVERSION OF MICROWAVE TO OPTICAL POWER WITHIN A FREE-ELECTRON LASER-OSCILLATOR IEEE JOURNAL OF QUANTUM ELECTRONICS Ho, A. H., Feinstein, J., PANTELL, R. H. 1987; 23 (9): 1545-1551
  • GAIN IN SPATIALLY VARYING OPTICAL-FIELDS - APPLICATIONS TO HIGH EMITTANCE BEAMS AND GAS DIELECTRIC FELS IEEE JOURNAL OF QUANTUM ELECTRONICS Reid, M. B., Feinstein, J., PANTELL, R. H., Fisher, A. S. 1987; 23 (9): 1539-1544
  • HIGH-EFFICIENCY ENERGY-CONVERSION BY MEANS OF MICROWAVE ACCELERATION WITHIN AN FEL NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION A-ACCELERATORS SPECTROMETERS DETECTORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT Ho, A. H., Feinstein, J., PANTELL, R. H. 1987; 259 (1-2): 269-274
  • CHANNELING RADIATION FROM GAAS PHYSICAL REVIEW B Park, H., KEPHART, J. O., Klein, R. K., PANTELL, R. H., Berman, B. L., DATZ, S. 1987; 36 (2): 1259-1261
  • TEMPERATURE-DEPENDENCE OF PLANAR CHANNELING RADIATION PHYSICAL REVIEW B Park, H., KEPHART, J. O., Klein, R. K., PANTELL, R. H., HYNES, M. V., Berman, B. L., DAHLING, B. A., DATZ, S., SWENT, R. L., ALGUARD, M. J. 1987; 35 (1): 13-17
  • PICOSECOND BEAM PROPAGATION FOR GAS-LOADED FREE-ELECTRON LASERS NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION A-ACCELERATORS SPECTROMETERS DETECTORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT Fisher, A. S., PANTELL, R. H., Feinstein, J., DELONEY, T. L., Reid, M. B., Grossman, W. M. 1986; 250 (1-2): 337-341
  • BENEFITS AND COSTS OF THE GAS-LOADED, FREE-ELECTRON LASER NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION A-ACCELERATORS SPECTROMETERS DETECTORS AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT PANTELL, R. H., Feinstein, J., Fisher, A. S., DELONEY, T. L., Reid, M. B., Grossman, W. M. 1986; 250 (1-2): 312-315
  • CHARACTERIZATION OF MULTILAYER ROUGH SURFACES USING SURFACE-PLASMON SPECTROSCOPY Fontana, E., PANTELL, R. H. OPTICAL SOC AMER. 1986: P158–P158
  • AN UPPER LIMIT TO THE GAIN-ENERGY ACCEPTANCE PRODUCT OF THE FREE-ELECTRON LASER IEEE JOURNAL OF QUANTUM ELECTRONICS Grover, L. K., PANTELL, R. H. 1986; 22 (6): 789-792
  • PROSPECTS FOR VISIBLE AND VUV FREE-ELECTRON LASERS USING DIELECTRIC RESONANCE IEEE JOURNAL OF QUANTUM ELECTRONICS Feinstein, J., PANTELL, R. H., FAUCHET, A. M. 1986; 22 (5): 587-589
  • ON THE DEPENDENCE OF ELECTRON PLANAR CHANNELING RADIATION UPON LATTICE VIBRATION AMPLITUDE NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION B-BEAM INTERACTIONS WITH MATERIALS AND ATOMS DATZ, S., Berman, B. L., DAHLING, B. A., HYNES, M. V., Park, H., KEPHART, J. O., Klein, R. K., PANTELL, R. H. 1986; 13 (1-3): 19-22
  • MEASUREMENT OF TRANSITION RADIATION FROM MEDIUM-ENERGY ELECTRONS PHYSICAL REVIEW A Piestrup, M. A., KEPHART, J. O., Park, H., Klein, R. K., PANTELL, R. H., Ebert, P. J., Moran, M. J., DAHLING, B. A., Berman, B. L. 1985; 32 (2): 917-927
  • A FREE-ELECTRON LASER WITH ENHANCED ENERGY SPREAD ACCEPTANCE IEEE JOURNAL OF QUANTUM ELECTRONICS Grover, L. K., Feinstein, J., PANTELL, R. H. 1985; 21 (5): 470-476
  • CHANNELING-RADIATION MEASUREMENTS AT LAWRENCE-LIVERMORE-NATIONAL-LABORATORY NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION B-BEAM INTERACTIONS WITH MATERIALS AND ATOMS Berman, B. L., DAHLING, B. A., DATZ, S., KEPHART, J. O., Klein, R. K., PANTELL, R. H., Park, H. 1985; 10-1 (MAY): 611-617
  • ELECTRON CHANNELING RADIATION FROM DIAMONDS WITH AND WITHOUT PLATELETS JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS Park, H., KEPHART, J. O., Klein, R. K., PANTELL, R. H., Berman, B. L., DATZ, S., SWENT, R. L. 1985; 57 (5): 1661-1664
  • TRANSITION X-RAYS FROM MEDIUM-ENERGY ELECTRONS PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Ebert, P. J., Moran, M. J., DAHLING, B. A., Berman, B. L., Piestrup, M. A., KEPHART, J. O., Park, H., Klein, R. K., PANTELL, R. H. 1985; 54 (9): 893-896
  • CHARACTERISTICS OF THE DISPERSIVE FREE-ELECTRON LASER IEEE JOURNAL OF QUANTUM ELECTRONICS DELONEY, T. L., Feinstein, J., PANTELL, R. H. 1985; 21 (7): 1037-1040
  • ELECTRON CHANNELING RADIATION FROM DIAMOND PHYSICAL REVIEW B Klein, R. K., KEPHART, J. O., PANTELL, R. H., Park, H., Berman, B. L., SWENT, R. L., DATZ, S., FEARICK, R. W. 1985; 31 (1): 68-92
  • SIMPLIFIED ANALYSIS OF FREE-ELECTRON LASERS USING MADEY THEOREM IEEE JOURNAL OF QUANTUM ELECTRONICS Grover, L. K., PANTELL, R. H. 1985; 21 (7): 944-951
  • PLANAR CHANNELING RADIATION FROM RELATIVISTIC POSITRONS AND ELECTRONS IN LIF NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION B-BEAM INTERACTIONS WITH MATERIALS AND ATOMS Berman, B. L., DATZ, S., FEARICK, R. W., SWENT, R. L., PANTELL, R. H., Park, H., KEPHART, J. O., Klein, R. K. 1984; 2 (1-3): 90-94
  • THE DISPERSIVE FEL - A HYBRID OPTICAL KLYSTRON-FREE ELECTRON LASER PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY OF PHOTO-OPTICAL INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERS Chen, C. K., Feinstein, J., Gover, A., PANTELL, R. H. 1984; 453: 417-422
  • THE GAS-LOADED, FREE-ELECTRON LASER PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY OF PHOTO-OPTICAL INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERS FAUCHET, A. M., Feinstein, J., Gover, A., PANTELL, R. H. 1984; 453: 423-429
  • ELECTRON AND POSITRON CHANNELING RADIATION FROM TYPE-IA AND TYPE-IIA DIAMONDS NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SECTION B-BEAM INTERACTIONS WITH MATERIALS AND ATOMS DATZ, S., FEARICK, R. W., Park, H., PANTELL, R. H., SWENT, R. L., KEPHART, J. O., Berman, B. L. 1984; 2 (1-3): 74-79
  • VISIBLE AND ULTRAVIOLET-RADIATION GENERATION USING A GAS-LOADED FREE-ELECTRON LASER IEEE JOURNAL OF QUANTUM ELECTRONICS FAUCHET, A. M., Feinstein, J., Gover, A., PANTELL, R. H. 1984; 20 (12): 1332-1341
  • PLANAR AND AXIAL CHANNELING RADIATION FROM RELATIVISTIC ELECTRONS IN LIF PHYSICAL REVIEW B SWENT, R. L., PANTELL, R. H., Park, H., KEPHART, J. O., Klein, R. K., DATZ, S., FEARICK, R. W., Berman, B. L. 1984; 29 (1): 52-60
  • 2-CAVITY OPTICAL KLYSTRON Chen, C. K. OPTICAL SOC AMER. 1984: 524–24
  • A VACUUM ULTRAVIOLET CERENKOV RADIATION SOURCE JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS Sheppard, J. C., Gearhart, R. A., ROTHBART, G. B., PANTELL, R. H., Piestrup, M. A. 1984; 56 (5): 1277-1284
  • COMPARISON OF CHANNELING RADIATION FROM DIAMONDS WITH AND WITHOUT PLATELETS JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS Park, H., PANTELL, R. H., SWENT, R. L., KEPHART, J. O., Berman, B. L., DATZ, S., FEARICK, R. W. 1984; 55 (2): 358-364
  • CHARACTERISTICS AND APPLICATIONS OF RADIATION FROM CHANNELED PARTICLES IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON NUCLEAR SCIENCE PANTELL, R. H., Park, H., SWENT, R. L., KEPHART, J. O., Klein, R. K., DATZ, S., Berman, B. L. 1983; 30 (4): 3150-3154
  • GAIN AND EFFICIENCY OF A STIMULATED CHERENKOV OPTICAL KLYSTRON IEEE JOURNAL OF QUANTUM ELECTRONICS Wang, D. Y., FAUCHET, A. M., Piestrup, M. A., PANTELL, R. H. 1983; 19 (3): 389-391
  • TRANSITION RADIATION AS AN X-RAY SOURCE IEEE JOURNAL OF QUANTUM ELECTRONICS Piestrup, M. A., FINMAN, P. F., CHU, A. N., Barbee, T. W., PANTELL, R. H., Gearhart, R. A., Buskirk, F. R. 1983; 19 (12): 1771-1781
  • A HIGH-ENERGY, LASER ACCELERATOR FOR ELECTRONS USING THE INVERSE CHERENKOV EFFECT JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS Fontana, J. R., PANTELL, R. H. 1983; 54 (8): 4285-4288
  • POSITRON AND ELECTRON CHANNELING RADIATION FROM GERMANIUM PHYSICS LETTERS A Park, H., SWENT, R. L., KEPHART, J. O., PANTELL, R. H., Berman, B. L., DATZ, S., FEARICK, R. W. 1983; 96 (1): 45-48
  • CHANNELING RADIATION ANNUAL REVIEW OF NUCLEAR AND PARTICLE SCIENCE Andersen, J. U., Bonderup, E., PANTELL, R. H. 1983; 33: 453-504
  • ELECTRON AND POSITRON PLANAR CHANNELING RADIATION FROM DIAMOND PHYSICS LETTERS A DATZ, S., FEARICK, R. W., Park, H., PANTELL, R. H., SWENT, R. L., KEPHART, J. O., Klein, R. K., Berman, B. L. 1983; 96 (6): 314-318
  • CHANNELING RADIATION FROM RELATIVISTIC POSITRONS IN LIF PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Berman, B. L., DATZ, S., FEARICK, R. W., KEPHART, J. O., PANTELL, R. H., Park, H., SWENT, R. L. 1982; 49 (7): 474-477
  • THE STIMULATED CERENKOV INTERACTION AND ITS APPLICATIONS IEEE JOURNAL OF QUANTUM ELECTRONICS Kimura, W. D., Wang, D. Y., Piestrup, M. A., FAUCHET, A. M., EDIGHOFFER, J. A., PANTELL, R. H. 1982; 18 (2): 239-245
  • MONTE-CARLO CALCULATIONS OF CHANNELING RADIATION AND COMPARISON WITH EXPERIMENT NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH Bloom, S. D., Berman, B. L., Hamilton, D. C., ALGUARD, M. J., Barrett, J. H., DATZ, S., PANTELL, R. H., SWENT, R. L. 1982; 194 (1-3): 229-233
  • A SOURCE OF X-RAYS USING RESONANCE TRANSITION RADIATION IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON NUCLEAR SCIENCE CHU, A. N., Piestrup, M. A., FINMAN, P. F., PANTELL, R. H., Gearhart, R. A. 1982; 29 (1): 336-339
  • INTERACTIONS BETWEEN ELECTROMAGNETIC-FIELDS AND ELECTRONS AIP CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS PANTELL, R. H. 1982: 863-918
  • LASER-DRIVEN ELECTRON-ACCELERATORS PANTELL, R. H., Smith, T. I. SPRINGER. 1982: 154–54
  • EXPERIMENTAL SYSTEM FOR STUDYING THE STIMULATED CERENKOV INTERACTION REVIEW OF SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS Kimura, W. D., EDIGHOFFER, J. A., Piestrup, M. A., Wang, D. Y., PANTELL, R. H. 1982; 53 (6): 749-757
  • LASER-DRIVEN ELECTRON ACCELERATION BY MEANS OF 2-WAVE INTERACTION APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS PANTELL, R. H., Smith, T. I. 1982; 40 (8): 753-754
  • RESONANCE TRANSITION RADIATION AS A TUNABLE X-RAY SOURCE IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON NUCLEAR SCIENCE FINMAN, P. F., Piestrup, M. A., PANTELL, R. H., Gearhart, R. A. 1982; 29 (1): 340-342
  • OBSERVATION OF COHERENT CERENKOV RADIATION AT OPTICAL FREQUENCIES APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS Kimura, W. D., Wang, D. Y., Piestrup, M. A., FAUCHET, A. M., EDIGHOFFER, J. A., PANTELL, R. H. 1982; 40 (2): 102-104
  • THE EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE AND CRYSTAL DEFECTS ON ELECTRON CHANNELING RADIATION NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH SWENT, R. L., PANTELL, R. H., DATZ, S., Alvarez, R. 1982; 194 (1-3): 235-237
  • FREE-ELECTRON INTERACTIONS WITH LIGHT USING THE INVERSE CERENKOV EFFECT IEEE JOURNAL OF QUANTUM ELECTRONICS EDIGHOFFER, J. A., Kimura, W. D., PANTELL, R. H., Piestrup, M. A., Wang, D. Y. 1981; 17 (8): 1507-1514
  • CHARACTERISTICS AND APPLICATIONS OF CHANNELING RADIATION FROM RELATIVISTIC ELECTRONS AND POSITRONS IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON NUCLEAR SCIENCE PANTELL, R. H., SWENT, R. L., DATZ, S., ALGUARD, M. J. 1981; 28 (2): 1152-1155
  • RADIATION CHARACTERISTICS OF CHANNELED PARTICLES PROCEEDINGS OF THE SOCIETY OF PHOTO-OPTICAL INSTRUMENTATION ENGINEERS PANTELL, R. H., SWENT, R. L., DATZ, S., ALGUARD, M. J., Berman, B. L., Bloom, S. D. 1981; 279: 84-89
  • RADIATION FROM MEDIUM-ENERGY CHARGED LEPTONS CHANNELED IN CRYSTALS PANTELL, R. H. AMER INST PHYSICS. 1981: 234–34
  • A MODEL OF CRYSTAL-POTENTIAL FROM AXIAL-CHANNELING RADIATION JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS SWENT, R. L., PANTELL, R. H. 1981; 52 (5): 3403-3404
  • OBSERVATION OF INVERSE CERENKOV INTERACTION BETWEEN FREE-ELECTRONS AND LASER-LIGHT PHYSICAL REVIEW A EDIGHOFFER, J. A., Kimura, W. D., PANTELL, R. H., Piestrup, M. A., Wang, D. Y. 1981; 23 (4): 1848-1854
  • OBSERVATION OF RADIATION FROM DELTA-N=3 TRANSITIONS FOR PLANAR-CHANNELED ELECTRONS PHYSICS LETTERS A Berman, B. L., Bloom, S. D., DATZ, S., ALGUARD, M. J., SWENT, R. L., PANTELL, R. H. 1981; 82 (9): 459-461
  • SOFT-X-RAY PRODUCTION FROM TRANSITION RADIATION USING THIN FOILS JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS CHU, A. N., Piestrup, M. A., PANTELL, R. H., Buskirk, F. R. 1981; 52 (1): 22-24
  • MOMENTUM MODULATION OF AN ELECTRON-BEAM BY LASER FIELDS AND OBSERVATION OF COHERENT OPTICAL RADIATION Kimura, W. D., EDIGHOFFER, J. A., Wang, D. Y., Piestrup, M. A., PANTELL, R. H. IEEE-INST ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS INC. 1981: 188–88
  • EFFECTS OF DISLOCATIONS ON CHANNELING JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS Zakowicz, W., PANTELL, R. H. 1981; 52 (4): 2799-2803
  • INVERSE SYNCHROTRON INTERACTION JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS PANTELL, R. H., EDIGHOFFER, J. A. 1980; 51 (4): 1905-1908
  • OBSERVATION OF SOFT-X-RAY TRANSITION RADIATION FROM MEDIUM ENERGY ELECTRONS REVIEW OF SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS CHU, A. N., Piestrup, M. A., Barbee, T. W., PANTELL, R. H., Buskirk, F. R. 1980; 51 (5): 597-601
  • RADIATION FROM CHANNELED LEPTONS NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS & METHODS ALGUARD, M. J., SWENT, R. L., PANTELL, R. H., DATZ, S., Barrett, J. H., Berman, B. L., Bloom, S. D. 1980; 170 (1-3): 7-13
  • DEMONSTRATION OF THE INVERSE CERENKOV INTERACTION BETWEEN FREE-ELECTRONS AND LASER-LIGHT AT 1.06MU-M EDIGHOFFER, J. A., Kimura, W. D., PANTELL, R. H., Piestrup, M. A., Wang, D. Y. AMER INST PHYSICS. 1980: 1409–10
  • APPLICATIONS OF CHANNELING RADIATION FROM RELATIVISTIC ELECTRONS AND POSITRONS PANTELL, R. H. AMER INST PHYSICS. 1980: 790–91
  • PICOSECOND RESOLUTION OF A CERENKOV CELL-STREAK CAMERA ARRANGEMENT FOR MONITORING CHARGED-PARTICLE BUNCHES REVIEW OF SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS Sheppard, J. C., PANTELL, R. H., Gearhart, R. A., Miller, R. H., Chase, L. F., Monahan, K. M., Watson, B. A. 1980; 51 (12): 1634-1637
  • CHANNELING RADIATION FROM RELATIVISTIC ELECTRONS Berman, B. L., Bloom, S. D., DATZ, S., PANTELL, R. H., SWENT, R. L., ALGUARD, M. J. AMER INST PHYSICS. 1980: 25–25
  • TRANSITION RADIATION AS A SOURCE OF X-RAYS JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS CHU, A. N., Piestrup, M. A., Barbee, T. W., PANTELL, R. H. 1980; 51 (3): 1290-1293
  • OBSERVATION OF RADIATION FROM CHANNELED POSITRONS PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS ALGUARD, M. J., SWENT, R. L., PANTELL, R. H., Berman, B. L., Bloom, S. D., DATZ, S. 1979; 42 (17): 1148-1151
  • CONSTRUCTION OF A CERENKOV LIGHT-SOURCE REVIEW OF SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS ROTHBART, G. B., Sheppard, J. C., Piestrup, M. A., Powell, R. A., PANTELL, R. H., Gearhart, R. A. 1979; 50 (4): 411-417

    Abstract

    A radiation source has been developed and implemented from Cerenkov emission that is intended to provide an intense continuum from the infrared to 600 A. Parasitic use of the primary electron beam at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC) together with a novel optical geometry for light collection can give a focused and tunable ultraviolet beam with 10(4) kW/m(2)sr brightness, 10(-2) spectral purity, and with the pulsed, 5 ps time structure of the SLAC electron beam. Measurements of emission characteristics in the visible part of the spectrum correlate closely with the predicted performance.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1979GP99500002

    View details for PubMedID 18699522

  • OBSERVATION OF CHANNELING RADIATION FROM RELATIVISTIC ELECTRONS PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS SWENT, R. L., PANTELL, R. H., ALGUARD, M. J., Berman, B. L., Bloom, S. D., DATZ, S. 1979; 43 (23): 1723-1726
  • ENERGY EXCHANGE BETWEEN FREE-ELECTRONS AND LIGHT IN VACUUM JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS EDIGHOFFER, J. A., PANTELL, R. H. 1979; 50 (10): 6120-6122
  • APPENDECTOMIES DURING PHYSICIANS BOYCOTT - ANALYSIS OF SURGICAL CARE JAMA-JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION PANTELL, R. H., IRWIN, C. E. 1979; 242 (15): 1627-1630

    Abstract

    The 1975 San Francisco physicians' boycott caused major changes in patterns of providing surgical care, but there was no appreciable change in the number of appendectomies performed during the boycott month when compared with a six-month baseline period. The ratio of normal to inflamed appendices removed was no different during the boycott than it was during the control period, and no differences were noted in the percentage of cases perforating in the boycott month when compared with the control period. In addition, patients seeking care for appendicitis during the boycott month did not experience delays. The lack of change in the standard direct and indirect indicators used to monitor quality of care suggests no major lapses in appendicitis care occurred in San Francisco during the boycott.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1979HN51100013

    View details for PubMedID 480579

  • CHANNELING RADIATION FROM POSITRONS IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON NUCLEAR SCIENCE ALGUARD, M. J., SWENT, R. L., PANTELL, R. H., Berman, B. L., Bloom, S. D., DATZ, S. 1979; 26 (3): 3865-3867
  • RADIATION CHARACTERISTICS OF PLANAR CHANNELED POSITRONS JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS PANTELL, R. H., ALGUARD, M. J. 1979; 50 (2): 798-803
  • EMISSION-SPECTRUM FROM PLANAR-CHANNELED ELECTRONS APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS PANTELL, R. H., SWENT, R. L. 1979; 35 (12): 910-912
  • CHANNELING RADIATION FROM POSITRONS IN SI PANTELL, R. H., SWENT, R. L., ALGUARD, M. J., Berman, B. L., Bloom, S. D., DATZ, S. AMER INST PHYSICS. 1979: 661–61
  • TRANSMISSION OF X-RAYS THROUGH CURVED WAVEGUIDES IEEE JOURNAL OF QUANTUM ELECTRONICS PANTELL, R. H., Chung, P. S. 1978; 14 (9): 694-697
  • ANALYSIS OF COMPTON-SCATTERING FROM PLANAR CHANNELED POSITRONS APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS PANTELL, R. H. 1978; 33 (7): 571-573
  • ANALYSIS OF BUNCHING OF AN ELECTRON-BEAM AT OPTICAL WAVELENGTHS JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS Chen, C. K., Sheppard, J. C., Piestrup, M. A., PANTELL, R. H. 1978; 49 (1): 41-46
  • FREE-ELECTRON MOMENTUM MODULATION BY MEANS OF LIMITED INTERACTION LENGTH WITH LIGHT APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS PANTELL, R. H., Piestrup, M. A. 1978; 32 (11): 781-783
  • DEVELOPMENT OF A CERENKOV LIGHT-SOURCE Sheppard, J., ROTHBART, G. B., Piestrup, M. A., Powell, R. A., PANTELL, R. H., GERHART, R. A. AMER INST PHYSICS. 1978: 629–29
  • ANTIBIOTICS AND STREPTOCOCCAL PHARYNGITIS - REPLY ANNALS OF INTERNAL MEDICINE PANTELL, R. H. 1977; 87 (5): 633-633
  • COST-EFFECTIVENESS OF PHARYNGITIS MANAGEMENT AND PREVENTION OF RHEUMATIC-FEVER ANNALS OF INTERNAL MEDICINE PANTELL, R. H. 1977; 86 (4): 497-499

    View details for Web of Science ID A1977DB09600026

    View details for PubMedID 403843

  • X-RAY AND GAMMA-RAY EMISSION FROM CHANNELED RELATIVISTIC ELECTRONS AND POSITRONS APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS TERHUNE, R. W., PANTELL, R. H. 1977; 30 (6): 265-268
  • CERENKOV RADIATION AS A LIGHT-SOURCE FOR 2000-620-A SPECTRAL RANGE APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS Piestrup, M. A., Powell, R. A., ROTHBART, G. B., Chen, C. K., PANTELL, R. H. 1976; 28 (2): 92-94
  • CONTINUOUSLY TUNABLE SUBMILLIMETER WAVE SOURCE APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS Piestrup, M. A., FLEMING, R. N., PANTELL, R. H. 1975; 26 (8): 418-421
  • MOMENTUM MODULATION OF A FREE-ELECTRON BEAM WITH A LASER JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS Piestrup, M. A., ROTHBART, G. B., FLEMING, R. N., PANTELL, R. H. 1975; 46 (1): 132-137
  • TUNABLE SUBMILLIMETER-WAVE SOURCES BASED ON LASER LIGHT-SCATTERING PANTELL, R. H. AMER INST PHYSICS. 1975: 1204–
  • CONFLICT BETWEEN CONSUMPTION AND POLLUTION IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON SYSTEMS MAN AND CYBERNETICS FLEMING, R. N., PANTELL, R. H. 1974; MC 4 (2): 204-208
  • ELECTRON-BEAM PUMPED PARAMETRIC EMISSION FOR X-RAY-RADIATION PANTELL, R. H., Piestrup, M. A. IEEE-INST ELECTRICAL ELECTRONICS ENGINEERS INC. 1974: 726–27
  • CERENKOV RADIATION AS A SOURCE OF ULTRAVIOLET-RADIATION JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS Piestrup, M. A., PANTELL, R. H., Puthoff, H. E., ROTHBART, G. B. 1973; 44 (11): 5160-5164
  • STANFORD LAND USE STUDY SOCIO-ECONOMIC PLANNING SCIENCES NEERING, M., Williams, C., Faught, W., Avioli, P., Maylie, J., Sterling, D., PANTELL, R. H. 1972; 6 (4): 409-419