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1. D. N. Seidman, I. Cadoff, K. Komarek and E. Miller, "Note on the Pb-Se
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#D. N. Seidman, I. Cadoff, K. Komarek and E. Miller, "Note on the Pb-Se Phase Diagram," Transactions of the American Institute of Metallurgical Engineers 221, 1269-1270 (1961).
  Phase Diagram," Transactions of the American Institute of Metallurgical
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#D. N. Seidman, "The Partial Lead-Selenium (0 to 76 at. % Se) Phase Diagram" Transactions of the American Institute of Metallurgical Engineers 236, 1361-1362 (1966).
  Engineers 221, 1269-1270 (1961).
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#D. N. Seidman and R. W. Balluffi, "On the Efficiency of Dislocation Climb in Gold," Physica Status Solidi 17, 531-541 (1966).
 
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#D. N. Seidman and R. W. Balluffi, "Dislocations as Sources and Sinks for Point Defects in Metals," in Lattice Defects and their Interactions edited by R. R. Hasiguti (Gordon-Breach, New York, 1968), pp. 913-960.
3. D. N. Seidman, "The Partial Lead-Selenium (0 to 76 at. % Se) Phase
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#R. W. Balluffi, D. N. Seidman and R. W. Siegel, "On the Identification and Properties of the Vacancy Defects in Quenched and Annealed Gold," Cornell University Materials Science Center Report #886 (1968). (2 figures and 1 table).
  Diagram" Transactions of the American Institute of Metallurgical
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#R. M. Scanlan, D. N. Seidman and D. G. Ast, "An Image Intensification and Data Recording Analysis System for a Field-Ion Microscope," Cornell University Materials Science Center Report #1159 (1969). (27 pages and 14 figures)
  Engineers 236, 1361-1362 (1966).
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#R. W. Balluffi, K. H. Lie, D. N. Seidman and R. W. Siegel, "Determination of Concentrations and Formation Energies and Entropies of Vacancy Defects from Quenching Experiments," in Vacancies and Interstitials in Metals, edited by A. Seeger, D. Schumacher, W. Schilling and J. Diehl (North-Holland, Amsterdam, 1970), pp. 125-167.
 
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#D. G. Brandon, D. Shectman and D. N. Seidman, "Preliminary Results with a Channel Plate Image Intensifier in an Electron Microscope," in Microscopie Electronique (Nouvelle Campagnie Parisiennne de Reliure, Paris, France, 1970), Vol. 1, pp. 343-344.
5. D. N. Seidman and R. W. Balluffi, "On the Efficiency of Dislocation
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#D. G. Ast and D. N. Seidman, "The Field-Ion Microscopy of Gold: I. Hydrogen Promoted Field Evaporation - Experimental Results," Cornell University Materials Science Center Report #1322 (1970). (28 pages and 14 figures)
  Climb in Gold," Physica Status Solidi 17, 531-541 (1966).
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#R. W. Balluffi and D. N. Seidman, "Void Formation in Quenched or Irradiated Metals," in Radiation-Induced Voids in Metals, edited by James W. Corbett and Louis C. Ianniello (National Technical Information Service, U. S. Dept. of Commerce, Springfield, Virginia, 1972), pp. 563-604.
 
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#D. N. Seidman and R. W. Balluffi, "A Critique of L. M. Brown's 'A Simple Explanation of Voids in Materials Under Irradiation'," Scripta Metallurgica 6, 789-792 (1972).
6. D. N. Seidman and R. W. Balluffi, "Dislocations as Sources and Sinks for
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#D. N. Seidman, "Seeing with Ions," Engineering: Cornell Quarterly 7, 21-29 (1972).
  Point Defects in Metals," in Lattice Defects and their Interactions
+
#D. N. Seidman, "Voids and Dislocations in Metals," Section 4 of the Report to the American Physical Society by the Study Group on Physics Problems Relating to Energy Technologies: Radiation Effects on Materials, Reviews of Modern Physics 47, Suppl. No. 3, Winter (1975). (Authors of other sections: F. L. Vook, H. K. Birnbaum, T. H. Blewitt, W. L. Brown, J. W. Corbett, J. H. Crawford Jr. , A. N. Goland, G. L. Kulcinski, M. T. Robinson and F. W. Young Jr.)
  edited by R. R. Hasiguti (Gordon-Breach, New York, 1968), pp. 913-960.
+
#T. M. Hall, A. Wagner, A. S. Berger and D. N. Seidman, "A Time-of-Flight Atom-Probe Field-Ion Microscope for the Study Defects in Metals," Cornell Materials Science Center Report #2357 (1975). 62 pages of text plus 27 figures.
 
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#D. N. Seidman, "The Study of Defects in Metals by Field-Ion and Atom-Probe Microscopy," in Proceedings of the International Symposium on Applications of Field-Ion Microscopy to Metallurgy, edited by R. R. Hasiguti, Y. Yashiro and N. Igata (Department of Metallurgy and Materials Science, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, 1977), pp. 116-122.
8. R. W. Balluffi, D. N. Seidman and R. W. Siegel, "On the Identification
+
#C. -Y. Wei and D. N. Seidman, "The Stage II Recovery Behavior of Ion-Irradiated Pt (Au) Alloys," Journal of Nuclear Materials 69 & 70, 413-423 (1978).
  and Properties of the Vacancy Defects in Quenched and Annealed Gold,"
+
#G. Ayrault, R. S. Averback and D. N. Seidman, "A New Approach for the Study of Transmission Sputtering," Scripta Metallurgica 12, 119-123 (1978).
  Cornell University Materials Science Center Report #886 (1968). (2
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#A. Raizman, J. T. Suss, D. N. Seidman, D. Shaltiel and V. Zevin, "Low Temperature Investigation of the Effects of a Near-Surface Layer on Electron Paramagnetic Line Shapes," Physica 107B, 357-358 (1981).
  figures and 1 table).
+
==To Check==
 
 
10. R. M. Scanlan, D. N. Seidman and D. G. Ast, "An Image Intensification
 
  and Data Recording Analysis System for a Field-Ion Microscope," Cornell
 
  University Materials Science Center Report #1159 (1969). (27 pages and 14
 
  figures)
 
 
 
11. R. W. Balluffi, K. H. Lie, D. N. Seidman and R. W. Siegel,
 
  "Determination of Concentrations and Formation Energies and Entropies of
 
  Vacancy Defects from Quenching Experiments," in Vacancies and
 
  Interstitials in Metals, edited by A. Seeger, D. Schumacher, W. Schilling
 
  and J. Diehl (North-Holland, Amsterdam, 1970), pp. 125-167.
 
 
 
12. D. G. Brandon, D. Shectman and D. N. Seidman, "Preliminary Results with
 
  a Channel Plate Image Intensifier in an Electron Microscope," in
 
  Microscopie Electronique (Nouvelle Campagnie Parisiennne de Reliure,
 
  Paris, France, 1970), Vol. 1, pp. 343-344.
 
 
 
13. D. G. Ast and D. N. Seidman, "The Field-Ion Microscopy of Gold: I.
 
  Hydrogen Promoted Field Evaporation - Experimental Results," Cornell
 
  University Materials Science Center Report #1322 (1970). (28 pages and 14
 
  figures)
 
 
 
19. L. A. Beavan, R. M. Scanlan and D. N. Seidman, "The Defect Structure of
 
  Depleted Zones in Irradiated Tungsten," Acta Metallurgica 19, 1339-1350
 
  (1971).
 
 
 
20. D. G. Ast and D. N. Seidman, "Noble Gas Imaging of Gold in the Field-
 
  Ion Microscope," Surface Science 28, 19-31 (1971).
 
 
 
21. R. W. Balluffi and D. N. Seidman, "Void Formation in Quenched or
 
  Irradiated Metals," in Radiation-Induced Voids in Metals, edited by James
 
  W. Corbett and Louis C. Ianniello (National Technical Information
 
  Service, U. S. Dept. of Commerce, Springfield, Virginia, 1972), pp. 563-
 
  604.
 
 
 
22. D. N. Seidman and K. H. Lie, "On Contrast Patterns Produced by Self-
 
  Interstitial Atoms in Field-Ion Microscope Images of a BCC Metal," Acta
 
  Metallurgica 20, 1045-1060 (1972).
 
 
 
23. D. N. Seidman and R. W. Balluffi, "A Critique of L. M. Brown's 'A
 
  Simple Explanation of Voids in Materials Under Irradiation'," Scripta
 
  Metallurgica 6, 789-792 (1972).
 
 
 
24. D. N. Seidman, "Seeing with Ions," Engineering: Cornell Quarterly 7, 21-
 
  29 (1972).
 
 
 
25. A. S. Berger, D. N. Seidman and R. W. Balluffi, "A Quantitative Study
 
  of Vacancy Defects in Quenched Platinum by Field-Ion Microscopy and
 
  Electrical Resistivity Measurements: I. Experimental Results," Acta
 
  Metallurgica 21, 123-135 (1973).
 
 
 
26. A. S. Berger, D. N. Seidman and R. W. Balluffi, "A Quantitative Study
 
  of Vacancy Defects in Quenched Platinum by Field-Ion Microscopy and
 
  Electrical Resistivity Measurements: II. Analysis," Acta Metallurgica 21,
 
  134-147 (1973).
 
 
 
27. P. Petroff and D. N. Seidman, "An In Situ Field-Ion Microscope Study of
 
  Irradiated Platinum: I. Stage I Recovery Behavior," Acta Metallurgica 21,
 
  323-334 (1973).
 
 
 
29. K. L. Wilson and D. N. Seidman, "A Field-Ion Microscope Study of the
 
  Point Defect Structure of a Depleted Zone in Ion (W+) Irradiated
 
  Tungsten," in Defects and Defect Clusters in B.C.C Metals and their
 
  Alloys Nuclear Metallurgy, edited by R. J. Arsenault (University of
 
  Maryland, 1973), Vol. 28, pp. 216-239.
 
 
 
30. R. S. Averback and D. N. Seidman, "Neon Gas Imaging of Gold in the
 
  Field-Ion Microscope," Surface Science 40, 249-263 (1973).
 
 
 
31. D. N. Seidman and J. J. Burke, "Field-Ion Microscope Observations of
 
  the Three-Fold Symmetric Dissociation of <111> Screw Dislocations in
 
  Molybdenum," Acta Metallurgica 22, 1301-1314 (1974).
 
 
 
32. S. S. Brenner and D. N. Seidman, "Field-Ion Microscope Observations of
 
  Voids in Neutron Irradiated Molybdenum," Radiation Effects 24, 73-78
 
  (1975).
 
 
 
33. D. N. Seidman, "Voids and Dislocations in Metals," Section 4 of the
 
  Report to the American Physical Society by the Study Group on Physics
 
  Problems Relating to Energy Technologies: Radiation Effects on Materials,
 
  Reviews of Modern Physics 47, Suppl. No. 3, Winter (1975). (Authors of
 
  other sections: F. L. Vook, H. K. Birnbaum, T. H. Blewitt, W. L. Brown,
 
  J. W. Corbett, J. H. Crawford Jr. , A. N. Goland, G. L. Kulcinski, M. T.
 
  Robinson and F. W. Young Jr.)
 
 
 
34. K. L. Wilson and D. N. Seidman, "The Volume Change of Migration of the
 
  Stage I Self-Interstitial in Ion-Irradiated Tungsten," Radiation Effects
 
  27, 67-74 (1975).
 
 
 
35. D. N. Seidman, K. L. Wilson and C. H. Nielsen, "The Study of Stages I
 
  to IV of Irradiated or Quenched Tungsten and Tungsten Alloys by Field-Ion
 
  Microscopy," in The Proceedings of the International Conference on
 
  Fundamental Aspects of Radiation Damage in Metals, edited by M. T.
 
  Robinson and F. W. Young Jr. (National Technical Information Service, U.
 
  S. Department of Commerce, Springfield, Virginia, 1975), pp. 373-396.
 
 
 
36. T. M. Hall, A. Wagner, A. S. Berger and D. N. Seidman, "A Time-of-
 
  Flight Atom-Probe Field-Ion Microscope for the Study Defects in Metals,"
 
  Cornell Materials Science Center Report #2357 (1975). 62 pages of text
 
  plus 27 figures.
 
 
 
37. T. M. Hall, A. Wagner, A. S. Berger and D. N. Seidman, "An Atom-Probe
 
  Field-Ion Microscope for the Study of Defects in Metals," Scripta
 
  Metallurgica 10, 485-488 (1976).  This is a four page summary of the
 
  longer report listed as #47.
 
 
 
38. D. N. Seidman, "Application of the Field-Ion and Atom-Probe Microscopes
 
  to the Study of Defects," in Proceedings of the Third Annual Meeting of
 
  the Microscopical Society of Canada (Imperial Press, Toronto, Ontario,
 
  1976), pp. 36-37.
 
 
 
39. D. N. Seidman, "Field-Ion Microscope Studies of the Defect Structure of
 
  the Primary State of Radiation Damage of Irradiated Metals," in Radiation
 
  Damage in Metals, edited by N. L. Peterson and S. D. Harkness (American
 
  Society for Metals, Metals Park, Ohio, 1976), pp. 28-57.
 
 
 
40. C. -Y. Wei and D. N. Seidman, "The Stage II Recovery Behavior of a
 
  Series of Ion-Irradiated Platinum (Gold) Alloys as Studied by Field-Ion
 
  Microscopy," Radiation Effects 32, 229-249 (1977).
 
 
 
41. K. L. Wilson and D. N. Seidman, "The Point-Defect Structure in Stage I
 
  of Ion or Electron-Irradiated Tungsten as Studied by Field-Ion
 
  Microscopy," Radiation Effects 33, 149-160 (1977).
 
 
 
42. D. N. Seidman, "The Study of Defects in Metals by Field-Ion and Atom-
 
  Probe Microscopy," in Proceedings of the International Symposium on
 
  Applications of Field-Ion Microscopy to Metallurgy, edited by R. R.
 
  Hasiguti, Y. Yashiro and N. Igata (Department of Metallurgy and Materials
 
  Science, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, 1977), pp. 116-122.
 
 
 
43. A. Wagner, T. M. Hall and D. N. Seidman, "An Atom-Probe Field-Ion
 
  Microscope for the Study of the Interaction of Impurity Atoms or Alloying
 
  Elements with Defects," Journal of Nuclear Materials, 69 & 70, 413-423
 
  (1978).
 
 
 
44. C. -Y. Wei and D. N. Seidman, "The Stage II Recovery Behavior of Ion-
 
  Irradiated Pt (Au) Alloys," Journal of Nuclear Materials 69 & 70, 413-423
 
  (1978).
 
 
 
45. D. N. Seidman, "The Study of Radiation Damage in Metals with the Field-
 
  Ion and Atom-Probe Microscopes," Surface Science 70, 532-565 (1978).
 
 
 
46. G. Ayrault, R. S. Averback and D. N. Seidman, "A New Approach for the
 
  Study of Transmission Sputtering," Scripta Metallurgica 12, 119-123
 
  (1978).
 
 
 
47. A. Wagner, T. M. Hall and D. N. Seidman, "A Specimen Exchange Device
 
  for an Ultrahigh Vacuum Atom-Probe Field-Ion Microscope," Vacuum 28, 543-
 
  544 (1978).
 
 
 
48. D. N. Seidman, "On the Point-Defect Recovery Mechanism for Stage III
 
  Recovery in Irradiated or Quenched Tungsten," Scripta Metallurgica 13,
 
  251-257 (1979).
 
 
 
49. A. Wagner and D. N. Seidman, "Direct Observation of Segregation to
 
  Voids in a Fast-Neutron Irradiated Mo-1 at. % Ti Alloy," Journal of
 
  Nuclear Materials 83, 48-56 (1979).
 
 
 
 
 
50. K. L. Wilson, M. I. Baskes and D. N. Seidman, "An In Situ Field-Ion
 
  Microscope Study of the Recovery Behavior of Ion-Irradiated Tungsten and
 
  Tungsten Alloys," Acta Metallurgica 28, 89-102 (1980).
 
 
 
51. M. I. Current and D. N. Seidman, "Sputtering of Tungsten: A Direct View
 
  of a Near Surface Depleted Zone Created by a Single 30 keV 63Cu+
 
  Projectile," Nuclear Instruments and Methods 170, 377-381 (1980).
 
 
 
52. J. Aidelberg and D. N. Seidman, "Direct Determination of Radiation
 
  Damage Profiles in the Order-Disorder Alloy Pt3Co Irradiated with Low-
 
  Energy (500-2500 eV) Ne Ions," Nuclear Instruments and Methods 170, 413-
 
  417 (1980).
 
 
 
53. M. Yamamoto and D. N. Seidman, "An Atom-Probe Field-Ion Microscope
 
  Study of the Stoichiometry of Ordered Ni4Mo," in Proceedings of the 27th
 
  International Field-Emission Symposium, edited by Y. Yashiro and N. Igata
 
  (Department of Metallurgy and Materials Science, University of Tokyo,
 
  Tokyo, Japan, 1980), pp. 290-297.
 
 
 
54. M. Yamamoto and D. N. Seidman, "The Determination of the Composition of
 
  Ordered Pt3Co by Atom-Probe Field-Ion Microscopy," in Proceedings of the
 
  27th International Field-Emission Symposium, edited by Y. Yashiro and N.
 
  Igata (Department of Metallurgy and Materials Science, University of
 
  Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan, 1980), pp.307-323.
 
 
 
55. M. Yamamoto, D. N. Seidman and S. Nakamura, "A Study of the Chemistry
 
  of the {111} Planes by Atom-Probe Field-Ion Microscopy," in Proceedings
 
  of the 27th International Field-Emission Symposium, edited by Y. Yashiro
 
  and N. Igata (Department of Metallurgy and Materials Science, University
 
  of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan, 1980), pp. 317-323.
 
 
 
57. D. N. Seidman, M. I. Current, D. Pramanik and C. -Y. Wei, "Direct
 
  Observation of the Primary State of Radiation Damage of Ion-Irradiated
 
  Tungsten and Platinum," Nuclear Instruments and Methods 182/183, 477-481
 
  (1981).
 
 
 
62. A. Raizman, J. T. Suss, D. N. Seidman, D. Shaltiel and V. Zevin, "Low
 
  Temperature Investigation of the Effects of a Near-Surface Layer on
 
  Electron Paramagnetic Line Shapes," Physica 107B, 357-358 (1981).
 
 
 
 
63. R. Herschitz and D. N. Seidman, "Atomic Resolution Observations of
 
63. R. Herschitz and D. N. Seidman, "Atomic Resolution Observations of
 
   Solute-Atom Segregation to Stacking Faults in a Cobalt-0.94 at. % Nb
 
   Solute-Atom Segregation to Stacking Faults in a Cobalt-0.94 at. % Nb

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  1. D. N. Seidman, I. Cadoff, K. Komarek and E. Miller, "Note on the Pb-Se Phase Diagram," Transactions of the American Institute of Metallurgical Engineers 221, 1269-1270 (1961).
  2. D. N. Seidman, "The Partial Lead-Selenium (0 to 76 at. % Se) Phase Diagram" Transactions of the American Institute of Metallurgical Engineers 236, 1361-1362 (1966).
  3. D. N. Seidman and R. W. Balluffi, "On the Efficiency of Dislocation Climb in Gold," Physica Status Solidi 17, 531-541 (1966).
  4. D. N. Seidman and R. W. Balluffi, "Dislocations as Sources and Sinks for Point Defects in Metals," in Lattice Defects and their Interactions edited by R. R. Hasiguti (Gordon-Breach, New York, 1968), pp. 913-960.
  5. R. W. Balluffi, D. N. Seidman and R. W. Siegel, "On the Identification and Properties of the Vacancy Defects in Quenched and Annealed Gold," Cornell University Materials Science Center Report #886 (1968). (2 figures and 1 table).
  6. R. M. Scanlan, D. N. Seidman and D. G. Ast, "An Image Intensification and Data Recording Analysis System for a Field-Ion Microscope," Cornell University Materials Science Center Report #1159 (1969). (27 pages and 14 figures)
  7. R. W. Balluffi, K. H. Lie, D. N. Seidman and R. W. Siegel, "Determination of Concentrations and Formation Energies and Entropies of Vacancy Defects from Quenching Experiments," in Vacancies and Interstitials in Metals, edited by A. Seeger, D. Schumacher, W. Schilling and J. Diehl (North-Holland, Amsterdam, 1970), pp. 125-167.
  8. D. G. Brandon, D. Shectman and D. N. Seidman, "Preliminary Results with a Channel Plate Image Intensifier in an Electron Microscope," in Microscopie Electronique (Nouvelle Campagnie Parisiennne de Reliure, Paris, France, 1970), Vol. 1, pp. 343-344.
  9. D. G. Ast and D. N. Seidman, "The Field-Ion Microscopy of Gold: I. Hydrogen Promoted Field Evaporation - Experimental Results," Cornell University Materials Science Center Report #1322 (1970). (28 pages and 14 figures)
  10. R. W. Balluffi and D. N. Seidman, "Void Formation in Quenched or Irradiated Metals," in Radiation-Induced Voids in Metals, edited by James W. Corbett and Louis C. Ianniello (National Technical Information Service, U. S. Dept. of Commerce, Springfield, Virginia, 1972), pp. 563-604.
  11. D. N. Seidman and R. W. Balluffi, "A Critique of L. M. Brown's 'A Simple Explanation of Voids in Materials Under Irradiation'," Scripta Metallurgica 6, 789-792 (1972).
  12. D. N. Seidman, "Seeing with Ions," Engineering: Cornell Quarterly 7, 21-29 (1972).
  13. D. N. Seidman, "Voids and Dislocations in Metals," Section 4 of the Report to the American Physical Society by the Study Group on Physics Problems Relating to Energy Technologies: Radiation Effects on Materials, Reviews of Modern Physics 47, Suppl. No. 3, Winter (1975). (Authors of other sections: F. L. Vook, H. K. Birnbaum, T. H. Blewitt, W. L. Brown, J. W. Corbett, J. H. Crawford Jr. , A. N. Goland, G. L. Kulcinski, M. T. Robinson and F. W. Young Jr.)
  14. T. M. Hall, A. Wagner, A. S. Berger and D. N. Seidman, "A Time-of-Flight Atom-Probe Field-Ion Microscope for the Study Defects in Metals," Cornell Materials Science Center Report #2357 (1975). 62 pages of text plus 27 figures.
  15. D. N. Seidman, "The Study of Defects in Metals by Field-Ion and Atom-Probe Microscopy," in Proceedings of the International Symposium on Applications of Field-Ion Microscopy to Metallurgy, edited by R. R. Hasiguti, Y. Yashiro and N. Igata (Department of Metallurgy and Materials Science, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, 1977), pp. 116-122.
  16. C. -Y. Wei and D. N. Seidman, "The Stage II Recovery Behavior of Ion-Irradiated Pt (Au) Alloys," Journal of Nuclear Materials 69 & 70, 413-423 (1978).
  17. G. Ayrault, R. S. Averback and D. N. Seidman, "A New Approach for the Study of Transmission Sputtering," Scripta Metallurgica 12, 119-123 (1978).
  18. A. Raizman, J. T. Suss, D. N. Seidman, D. Shaltiel and V. Zevin, "Low Temperature Investigation of the Effects of a Near-Surface Layer on Electron Paramagnetic Line Shapes," Physica 107B, 357-358 (1981).

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63. R. Herschitz and D. N. Seidman, "Atomic Resolution Observations of

  Solute-Atom Segregation to Stacking Faults in a Cobalt-0.94 at. % Nb
  Alloy," Scripta Metallurgica 16, 849-854 (1982).

64. M. Yamamoto and D. N. Seidman, "Quantitative Compositional Analyses of

  Ordered Pt3Co by Atom-Probe Field-Ion Microscopy," Surface Science 118,
  535-554 (1982).

65. M. Yamamoto, D. N. Seidman and S. Nakamura, "A Study of the Composition

  of the {111} Planes of GaP on an Atomic Scale," Surface Science 118, 555-
  571 (1982).

66. D. N. Seidman, M. I. Current, D. Praminik and C. Y. Wei, "Atomic

  Resolution Observations of the Point Defect Structure of Depleted Zones
  in Ion-Irradiated Metals," Journal of Nuclear Materials 108 & 109, 67-68
  (1982).

67. D. N. Seidman, J. Amano and A. Wagner, "The Study of Defects, Radiation

  Damage and Implanted Gases in Solids by Field-Ion and Atom-Probe
  Microscopies," in Advanced Techniques for Characterizing Microstructures,
  edited by F. W. Wiffen and J. Spitznagel (Metallurgical Society of AIME,
  Warrendale, PA, 1982), pp. 125-144.

68. M. I. Current, C. -Y. Wei and D. N. Seidman, "Direct Observation of the

  Primary State of Damage of Ion-Irradiated Tungsten: II. Definitions,
  Analyses and Results," Philosophical Magazine A, 47, 407-434 (1983).

69. D. Pramanik and D. N. Seidman, "The Irradiation of Tungsten with

  Metallic Diatomic Molecular Ions: Atomic Resolution Observations of
  Depleted Zones," Nuclear Instruments and Methods 209/210, 453-459 (1983).

70. M. Yamamoto and D. N. Seidman, "The Quantitative Compositional Analyses

  and Field-Evaporation Behavior of Ordered Ni4Mo on an Atomic Plane-by-
  Plane Basis: An Atom Probe Field-Ion Microscope Study," Surface Science
  129, 281-300 (1983).

71. R. Herschitz and D. N. Seidman, "A Quantitative Atom-Probe Field-Ion

  Microscope Study of the Compositions of Dilute Co (Nb) and Co (Fe)
  Alloys," Surface Science 130, 63-88 (1983).

73. R. Herschitz and D. N. Seidman, "An Atomic Resolution Study of

  Homogenous Radiation-Induced Precipitation in a Neutron-Irradiated W-10
  at. % Re Alloy," Acta Metallurgica 32, 1141-1154 (1984). (Overview No.
  39).

74. R. Herschitz and D. N. Seidman, "An Atomic Resolution Study of

  Radiation-Induced Precipitation and Solute Segregation Effects in a
  Neutron-Irradiated W-25 at. % Re Alloy," Acta Metallurgica 32, 1155-1171
  (1984). (Overview No. 39).

75. R. Herschitz and D. N. Seidman, "The Chemistry on a Subnanometer Scale

  of Radiation-Induced Precipitation and Segregation in Fast Neutron
  Irradiation Tungsten-Rhenium Alloys," in Proceedings of the Second Israel
  Materials Engineering Congress, edited by A. Grill and A. I. Rokhlin (Ben
  Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheva, Israel, 1984), pp. 21-29.

76. A. T. Macrander and D. N. Seidman, "Hydrogen Adsorption on (110)

  Tungsten Planes at 30 K: An Atom Probe Field-Ion Microscope Study,"
  Surface Science 147, 451-465 (1984).

77. R. Herschitz and D. N. Seidman, "Radiation-Induced Precipitation in

  Fast-Neutron Irradiated Tungsten-Rhenium Alloys: An Atom-Probe Field-Ion
  Microscope Study," Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B
  7/8, 137-142 (1985).

78. R. Herschitz, D. N. Seidman and A. Brokman, "Solute-Atom Segregation

  and Two-Dimensional Phase Transitions in Stacking Faults: An Atom-Probe
  Field-Ion Microscope," Journal de Physique (Paris), Colloque C4,
  Supplément au N? 4, Tome 46, C4-451-464 (1985).

79. R. Herschitz and D. N. Seidman, "Atomic Resolution Observations of

  Solute-Atom Segregation Effects and Phase Transitions in Stacking Faults
  in Dilute Cobalt Alloys: I. Experimental Results," Acta Metallurgica 33,
  1547-1563 (1985).

80. R. Herschitz and D. N. Seidman, "Atomic Resolution Observations of

  Solute-Atom Segregation Effects and Phase Transitions in Stacking Faults
  in Dilute Cobalt Alloys: II. Analysis and Discussion," Acta Metallurgica
  33, 1565-1576 (1985).

81. A. Wagner and D. N. Seidman, "Effect of Field-Evaporation Rate on

  Quantitative Atom-Probe Analysis," Journal de Physique (Paris), Colloque
  C2, supplément au n? 3, Tome 47, C2-415-424 (1986).

82. D. N. Seidman, R. S. Averback, P. R. Okamoto and A. C. Baily, "The

  Crystalline-to-Amorphous Phase Transition in Irradiated Silicon," in Beam-
  Solid Interactions and Phase Transformations, edited by H. Kurz, G. L.
  Olson and J. M. Poate (Materials Research Society, Pittsburgh, PA 1986),
  Vol. 51, pp. 349-355.

83. D. N. Seidman, "Field-Ion Microscopy: Atom-Probe Microanalysis,"

  Encyclopedia of Materials Science and Engineering, edited by M. B. Bever
  (Pergamon Press, Oxford, 1986), pp. 1741-1744.

84. D. N. Seidman, "Field-Ion Microscopy: Observation of Radiation

  Effects," Encyclopedia of  Materials Science and Engineering, edited by
  M. B. Bever (Pergamon Press, Oxford, 1986), pp. 1744-1745.

85. D. N. Seidman, "Point Defects in Crystals," Encyclopedia of Materials

  Science and Engineering, edited by M. B. Bever (Pergamon Press, Oxford,
  1986), pp. 3591-3596.

86. D. N. Seidman, "Point Defects: Sources and Sinks," in Encyclopedia of

  Materials Science and Engineering, edited by M. B. Bever (Pergamon Press,
  Oxford, 1986), pp. 3596-3598.

87. D. N. Seidman, "Chemistry on an Atomic Scale of Solid-State

  Processes," in Microbeam Analysis-1986, edited by A. D. Romig Jr. and W.
  F. Chambers (San Francisco Press, California, 1986), pp. 348-350.

88. J. Aidelberg and D. N. Seidman, "Atomic Resolution Observations of

  Radiation-Damage Profiles in Ordered Alloys," Materials Science Forum 15-
  18, 1047-1052 (1987).

89. J. Aidelberg and D. N. Seidman, "Direct Observation of Uncorrelated

  Long-Range Migration of Self-Interstitial Atoms in Ordered Alloys,"
  Materials Science Forum 15-18, 273-278 (1987).

90. R. S. Averback and D. N. Seidman, "Energetic Displacement Cascades and

  Their Roles in Radiation Effects," Materials Science Forum 15-18, 963-984
  (1987).

91. R. Herschitz, D. N. Seidman and A. Brokman, "Solute-Atom Segregation

  and Two-Dimensional Phases at Internal Interfaces: Atomic Resolution
  Observations," in Characterization of Defects in Materials, edited by R.
  W. Siegel, J. R. Weertman and R. Sinclair (Materials Research Society,
  Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1987), Vol. 82, pp. 415-422.

92. D. N. Seidman, R. S. Averback, and R. Benedek, "Displacement Cascades:

  Dynamics and Atomic Structure," Physica Status Solidi (b) 144, 85-104
  (1987).

93. R. Herschitz and D. N. Seidman "Atomic Resolution Observations of

  Solute-Atom Segregation and Two-Dimensional Phase Transitions at Internal
  Interfaces," Journal de Physique (Paris) Colloque C5, Supplément au No.
  10, Tome 49, C5-469-470 (1988).

94. X. W. Lin, J. Koike, D. N. Seidman, and P. R. Okamoto, "Amorphization

  of Ge/Al or Si/Al Bilayer Specimens Induced by 1 MeV Electron Irradiation
  at 10 K," Philosophical Magazine Letters 60, 233-240 (1989).

95. D. N. Seidman, "Study of the Structure and Chemistry of Point, Line

  and Planar Imperfections via Field-Ion and Atom-Probe Field-Ion
  Microscopy," in High Resolution Microscopy of Materials, edited by W.
  Krakow, F. A. Ponce and D. J. Smith (Materials Research Society,
  Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1989), Vol. 139, pp. 25 -38.

96. D. N. Seidman "Study of the Structure and Chemistry of Point, Line and

  Planar Imperfections via Field-Ion and Atom-Probe Field-Ion Microscopy,"
  in Characterization of the Structure and Chemistry of Defects in
  Materials, edited by B. C. Larson, M. Rühle and D. N. Seidman (Materials
  Research Society, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1989), Vol. 138, pp. 315-328.

97. J. G. Hu, S. -M. Kuo, A. Seki, B. W. Krakauer and D. N. Seidman, "The

  Structure and Composition of a ?  = 9/?[pic] Interface in a Mo (Re) Alloy
  via Transmission Electron and Atom-Probe Field-Ion Microscopies," Scripta
  Metallurgica et Materialia 23, 2033-2038 (1989).


98. D. N. Seidman, J. G. Hu, S. -M. Kuo, B. W. Krakauer, Y. Oh and A.

  Seki, "Atomic Resolution Studies of Solute-Atom Segregation at Grain
  Boundaries: Experiments and Monte Carlo Simulations," Colloque de
  Physique Colloque C1, supplément au No. 1, Tome 51, C1-47 - C1-57 (1990).

99. S. M. Foiles and D. N. Seidman, "Solute-Atom Segregation at Internal

  Interfaces," MRS Bulletin 15 (9), 51-57 (1990).

100. D. Udler, J. G. Hu, S. -M. Kuo, A. Seki and B. W. Krakauer, and D. N.

  Seidman, "Further Statistical Analysis of the Composition of a ? ?
  9/?[pic] Grain Boundary in a Mo (Re) Alloy Studied by Atom-Probe Field-
  Ion Microscopy," Scripta Metallurgica et Materialia 25, 841-845 (1991).