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C. T. Chantler - Recent Publications


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As at October 2015, I have published some 165 [Update] refereed scholarly papers/book chapters, plus an additional 293 conference presentations including some 56 invited orals and 43 selected orals.
Google Scholar link http://scholar.google.com.au/citations?user=Z4o4cGAAAAAJ
Total Citations 2745 [Update]. h-index = 26 [ISI Cite Search, Google Scholar] [Update]
For my fields and physics in general, more useful measures are publications per author or citations per author.
Estimates from Google Scholar and ISI Cited reference search October 2015 [Update] are 73 publications per author and 1320 citations per author

Key ASDP (Australian Synchrotron Development Proposals)

Selected Book Chapters

General Refereed Publications

Thesis Work

Selected Refereed Proceedings

Selected Reports

Key ASDP Proposals:

We have developed proposals for new beamlines at the Australian Synchrotron under development and are involved in several others.

Chantler et al., Atomic plasma and laboratory astrophysics at a synchrotron

Chantler et al., High Accuracy XAS in absorption and fluorescence and RIXS with energy calibration at the Australian Synchrotron

Joint proposal - Lay, Chantler, Ridgway for XAS development at the Australian Synchrotron

Each of these have wide community support and more is welcome. The first one is the first proposal involving the Australian physics community and links up to the plasma science, the atomic physics, the relativistic quantum theory and experimental, the laboratory astrophysical and general astrophysical communities, and signatories come from all these areas. The second is particularly developed for advanced high-performance XAS, including accuracies some 100 times that of the literature, including development and implementation of XERT, Hybrid, room temperature, cryogenic, transmission and fluorescence XAS of pure/ideal but also dilute/radiation sensitive samples, where dilute is defined as being down to 1 mM and likely less for full XAFS, and likely 0.1 mM for XANES; together with energy calibration and RIXS platform. Use of high-flux high-linearity detector technology will be assumed, and experimental uncertainties will be determined in pre-processing and propagated for hypothesis testing. Recently this has been coordinated into a Science Case for future Beamline support [2015].

Selected Book chapters (invited, refereed):

2. C. T. Chantler, "Towards improved form factor tables", pp 61-78, Invited review chapter in Resonant Anomalous X-Ray Scattering. Theory and Applications, G. Materlik, K. Fischer, C.J. Sparks, eds, (Elsevier, North-Holland, 1994).

C. Q. Tran, C. T. Chantler, D. Paterson, "The physics of x-ray production by electron bombardment: new understanding and experiments," Proceedings of the European conference on Energy Dispersive X-ray Spectrometry, Eds J.E. Fernandez, A Tartari (Editrice Compositori, Bologna 1999) 45-51

3. D. Paterson, C.T. Chantler, L.T. Hudson, F.G. Serpa, J.D. Gillaspy, E. Takacs, "Absolute Test of Quantum Electrodynamics for Helium-like Vanadium", in The Hydrogen Atom: Precision Physics of Simple Atomic Systems, eds S. G. Karshenboim, F. S. Pavone, G. F. Bassani, M. Inguscio, and T. W. Hänsch, Springer-Verlag (2001)

6. C.Q. Tran, M. de Jonge, Z. Barnea, B. B. Dhal, C. T. Chantler, "Quantitative determination of the effect of the harmonic component in monochromatised synchrotron X-ray beam experiments," in "Progress in Quantum Physics Research," ed. V. Krasnoholovets, 255-260 (Nova Science 2004).

9. J. L. GLOVER, C. T. CHANTLER, A. V. SOLDATOV, G. SMOLENTSEV, M. C. FEITERS, "Theoretical XANES study of the activated Nickel (t-amylisocyanide) molecule," 625-627, CP882, X-ray Absorption Fine Structure - XAFS13, B. Hedman, P. Pianetta, eds (2007, AIP 978-0-7354-0384-0)

Major theoretical reference works (refereed):

26. C.T. Chantler, "Theoretical form factor, attenuation and scattering tabulation for Z=1-92 from E=1-10 eV to E=0.4-1.0 MeV", J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data 24 (1995), 71-643.

- the result of new calculations to achieve significantly higher accuracy, for general utility, also available on the web: http://physics.nist.gov/PhysRefData/FFast/html/form.html

39. C.T. Chantler, "Detailed new tabulation of atomic form factors and attenuation coefficients in the near-edge soft X-ray regime (Z=30-36, Z=60-89, E=0.1 keV - 8 keV), addressing convergence issues of earlier work," J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data. 29(4) (Jul/Aug 2000) 597-1056.

- new results with higher accuracy in difficult regimes, for general utility in X-ray studies

Selected Invited, refereed:

19. C.T. Chantler, "Improvements in computation of form factors", Radiation Physics and Chemistry (International Journal of Radiation Applications and Instrumentation, Part C) (Invited) 41 (1993) 759-766.

25. J.D. Gillaspy, Y. Aglitskiy, E.W. Bell, C.M. Brown, C.T. Chantler, R.D. Deslattes, U. Feldman, L.T. Hudson, J.M. Laming, E.S. Meyer, C.A. Morgan, A.I. Pikin, J.R. Roberts, L.P. Ratliff, F.G. Serpa, J. Sugar, E. Takacs, "Overview of the EBIT Program at NIST," Physica Scripta, T59, 392-395 (1995).

26. C. T. Chantler, R. D. Deslattes,"Systematic Corrections in Bragg X-ray Diffraction of Flat and Curved Crystals", invited review paper in Rev.Sci.Inst. 66 (1995) 5123-5147.

57. C. T. Chantler, "Discrepancies In Quantum Electro-Dynamics," Radiation Physics and Chemistry 71 (2004) 607-617

58. C. T. Chantler, "Scattering factor calculations and dispersion corrections for heavy atoms," J. Physics and Chemistry of Solids 65 (2004) 1935-1941.

General Refereed Research Papers

12. J. M. LAMING, C. T. CHANTLER, J. D. SILVER, D. D. DIETRICH, E. C. FINCH, P. H. MOKLER, S. D. ROSNER, A Differential Measurement of the Ground State Lamb Shift in Hydrogenic Germanium, Ge31+, NIM B31 (1988) 21-23

13. C. T. CHANTLER, J. D. SILVER, X-ray spectra of recoil ions from fast beam interaction with Mg and MgF2 solid targets NIM B31 (1988) 59-69

14. C. T. CHANTLER, E. N. MASLEN, Charge Transfer and Three-Centre Bonding in Monoprotonated and Diprotonated 2,2-Bipyridylium closo-Decaboron Hydride, Acta Cryst. B45 (1989), 290-297

15.C. T. CHANTLER, X-ray Diffraction of Bent Crystals in Bragg Geometry I: Perfect Crystal Modelling, J. Appl. Cryst. 25 (1992) 674-693

16.C. T. CHANTLER, X-ray Diffraction of Bent Crystals in Bragg Geometry II: Non-ideally Imperfect Crystals, Modelling and Results, J. Appl. Cryst. 25 (1992) 694-713

17. H. F. BEYER, K. D. FINLAYSON, D. LIESEN, P. INDELICATO, C. T. CHANTLER, R. D. DESLATTES, J. SCHWEPPE, F. BOSCH, M. JUNG, O. KLEPPER, W. KONIG, R. MOSHAMMER, K. BECKERT, H. EICKHOFF, B. FRANZKE, A. GRUBER, F. NOLDEN, P. SPADTKE, M. STECK, X-ray transitions associated with electron capture into bare dysprosium, J. Phys. B26 (1993) 1557-1567. [investigations of Radiative Electron Capture to test QED]

18. C. T. CHANTLER, Developments in computation of form factors, NIST SP850, eds J. Sugar, D. Leckrone (April 1993), pp23-25.

19. C. T. CHANTLER, Improvements in computation of form factors, Radiation Physics and Chemistry (Int. Journal of Radiation Applications and Instrumentation, Part C)(Invited) 41 (1993) 759-766.

20.C. T. CHANTLER, J.M. LAMING, J.D. SILVER, Beam-gas recoil spectra of highly ionised neon, NIM B73 (1993) 130-134

21.C. T. CHANTLER, Photographic response to X-ray irradiation I: Estimation of the photographic error statistic, and development of analytic density-intensity relations, Applied Optics 32 (1993) 2371-2397

22.C. T. CHANTLER, Photographic response to X-ray irradiation II: Correlated models, Applied Optics 32 (1993) 2398-2410

23.C. T. CHANTLER, J. D. SILVER, D. D. DIETRICH, Photographic response to X-ray irradiation III: Photographic linearisation of beam-foil spectra, Applied Optics 32 (1993) 2411-2421

24. S. N. LEA, W. A. HALLETT, A. J. VARNEY, C. T. CHANTLER, P. E. G. BAIRD, J. D. SILVER, A. R. LEE, J. BILLOWES, Intra-cavity laser resonance spectroscopy of hydrogen-like silicon ions, Phys. Lett. A185 (1994) 327-332.

25. J. D. GILLASPY, Y. AGLITSKIY, E. W. BELL, C. M. BROWN, C. T. CHANTLER, R. D. DESLATTES, U. FELDMAN, L. T. HUDSON, J. M. LAMING, E. S. MEYER, C. A. MORGAN, A. I. PIKIN, J. R. ROBERTS, L. P. RATLIFF, F. G. SERPA, J. SUGAR, E. TAKACS, Overview of the EBIT Program at NIST, Physica Scripta, T59, 392-395 (1995). [Nobel Symposium 1991, and first operation of the NIST EBIT]

26. C. T. CHANTLER, Theoretical form factor, attenuation and scattering tabulation for Z=1-92 from E=1-10 eV to E=0.4-1.0 MeV, J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data 24 (1995), 71-643. [new computations to achieve significantly higher accuracy, for general utility, available on the web]

27. C. T. CHANTLER, R. D. DESLATTES,Systematic Corrections in Bragg X-ray Diffraction of Flat and Curved Crystals, Rev.Sci.Inst. 66 (1995) 5123-5147. [invited review article, many new results for X-ray diffraction theory]

28. C. T. CHANTLER, J.-L. STAUDENMANN, Energy Dependences of Absorption in Beryllium Windows and Argon Gas, Rev. Sci. Inst. 66 (1995) 1651-1654.

29. C. T. CHANTLER, R. D. DESLATTES, A. HENINS, L. T. HUDSON, Flat and Curved Crystal Spectrography for Mammographic X-ray Sources, British J. Radiology, 69 (1996) 636-649

30. E. TAKACS, E. S. MEYER, J. D. GILLASPY, J. R. ROBERTS, C. T. CHANTLER, L. T. HUDSON, R. D. DESLATTES, C. M. BROWN, J. M. LAMING, U. FELDMAN, J. DUBAU, M. K. INAL, Polarization measurements on a magnetic quadrupole line in Ne-like barium, Phys. Rev. A54 (1996) 1342-1350. [first absolute polarization studies performed on an EBIT]

31. L. T. HUDSON, R. D. DESLATTES, A. HENINS, C. T. CHANTLER, E. G. KESSLER, J. E. SCHWEPPE, Curved Crystal Spectrometer for Energy Calibration and Spectral Characterization of Mammographic X-ray Sources, Medical Physics 23 (1996) 1659-1670

32. C. T. CHANTLER, Erratum: Theoretical Form Factor, Attenuation and Scattering Tabulation for Z=1-92 from E=1-10 eV to E=0.4-1.0 MeV, J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data 25 (1996) 527-532.

33. D. PATERSON, C.T. CHANTLER, C. TRAN, L. T. HUDSON, F. G. SERPA, R. D. DESLATTES, Absolute calibration of an x-ray spectrometer on the NIST electron-beam ion trap: control, design and systematics, Physica Scripta, T73 (1997) 400-402.

34. C. T. CHANTLER, D. PATERSON, L. T. HUDSON, F. G. SERPA, J. D. GILLASPY, R. D. DESLATTES, Progress towards absolute x-ray spectroscopy on the NIST electron-beam ion trap: current status and results, Physica Scripta, T73 (1997) 87-89.

35. C. T. CHANTLER, Resolution of Discrepancies of Atomic Form Factors and Attenuation Coefficients in the Near-edge soft X-ray regime, Rad. Phys. Chem. 55 (1999) 231-237.

36. C. T. CHANTLER, Z. BARNEA, Resolution of a discrepancy of X-ray attenuation measurements of silicon in the energy range 25-50 keV, J. Phys. Condensed Matter 11 (1999) 4087-4091.

37. C. T. CHANTLER, Z. BARNEA, C. Q. TRAN, J. TILLER, D. PATERSON, Precision X-ray optics for fundamental interactions in atomic physics, resolving discrepancies in the X-ray regime, Optical & Quantum Electronics 31 (1999) 495-505.

38. C. T. CHANTLER, D. PATERSON, L. T. HUDSON, F. G. SERPA, J. D. GILLASPY, E. TAKACS Precision X-ray spectroscopy at the NIST Electron-Beam Ion Trap: resolution of major systematic error, Physica Scripta T80 (1999) 440-442

39. C. T. CHANTLER, Detailed new tabulation of atomic form factors and attenuation coefficients in the near-edge soft X-ray regime (Z=30-36, Z=60-89, E=0.1 keV 8 keV), addressing convergence issues of earlier work, J. Phys. Chem. Ref. Data. 29(4) (2000) 597-1056. [new results with higher accuracy in difficult regimes, for general utility in X-ray studies]

40. C.T. Chantler, D. Paterson, L.T. Hudson, F.G. Serpa, J.D. Gillaspy, E. Takacs, "Absolute measurement of the resonance lines in heliumlike vanadium on an electron-beam ion trap," Phys. Rev. A62 (2000) 042501:1-13. [major new technique reporting the best QED tests of this type]

41. C.T. Chantler, C.Q. Tran, D. Paterson, Z. Barnea, and D.J. Cookson, "Monitoring fluctuations at a synchrotron beam-line using matched ion chambers: 1. Modelling, data collection, and deduction of simple measures of association", X-ray Spectrometry 29 (2000) 449-458

42. C. T. Chantler, C. Q. Tran, D. Paterson, D. J. Cookson, Z. Barnea, "Monitoring fluctuations at a synchrotron beam-line using matched ion chambers: 2. Isolation of component noise sources, and application to attenuation measurements showing increased precision by two orders of magnitude", X-ray Spectrometry 29 (2000) 459-466

43. C. T. CHANTLER, C. Q. TRAN, D. PATERSON, Z. BARNEA, D. J. COOKSON, Direct Observation of Scattering Contribution in X-ray Attenuation Measurement, and evidence for Rayleigh scattering from copper samples rather than thermal-diffuse or Bragg-Laue scattering, Rad. Phys. Chem. 61 (2001) 347-350.

44. C. T. Chantler, C.Q. Tran, D. Paterson, D. Cookson and Z. Barnea, "X-ray Extended-Range Technique for Precision Measurement of the X-Ray Mass Attenuation Coefficient and Im(f) for Copper Using Synchrotron Radiation," Phys. Letts A286 (2001) 338-346.

45. C. T. CHANTLER, New Theoretical Investigation Resolving Discrepancies of Atomic Form Factors and Attenuation Coefficients in the Near-edge Soft X-ray Regime, Rad. Phys. Chem. 61 (2001) 343-345.

46. D. Paterson, B. E. Allman, P. J. McMahon, J. Lin, N. Moldovan, K. A. Nugent, I. McNulty, C. T. Chantler, C. C. Retsch, T. H. K. Irving, D. C. Mancini, "Spatial Coherence Measurement of X-ray Undulator Radiation," Opt. Commun. 195, (2001) 79-84

47. C. T. CHANTLER, Detailed new tabulation of atomic form factors and attenuation coefficients in the near-edge soft X-ray regime (Z=30-36, Z=60-89, E=0.1 keV 8 keV), addressing convergence issues of earlier work, J. Synch. Rad. 8 (2001) 1124 invited Letter to the Editor.

48. C. T. Chantler, C.Q. Tran, Z. Barnea, D. Paterson, D. Cookson and D.X. Balaic, Precision Measurement of the X-Ray Mass Attenuation Coefficient of Copper Using 8.85 keV - 20 keV Synchrotron Radiation, Phys. Rev. A64 (2001) 062506-1 - 15.

49. C. Q. TRAN, Z. BARNEA, M. DE JONGE, B. B. DHAL, D. PATERSON, D. COOKSON, C. T. CHANTLER, Quantitative Determination of Major Systematics in Synchrotron X-Ray Experiments: Seeing Through Harmonic Components, X-ray Spectrometry 32 (2003) 69-74

50. A. G. Peele, C. T. Chantler, D. Paterson, P. J. McMahon, T. H. K. Irving, J. J. A. Lin, K. A. Nugent, I. McNulty, A. N. Brunton, "Measurement of Mass Absorption Coefficients in Air by Application of Detector Linearity Tests," Phys. Rev. A66 (2002) 042702

51. J. Lin, D. Paterson, A. G. Peele, P. J. McMahon, C. T. Chantler, K. A. Nugent, B. Lai, N. Moldovan, Z. Cai, D. C. Mancini and I. McNulty, "Measurement of the spatial coherence function of undulator radiation using a phase mask," Physical Review Letters 90 (2003) 074801-1

52. C. Q. Tran, C. T. Chantler, Z. Barnea, D. Paterson, D. J. Cookson, "Measurement of the X-Ray Mass Attenuation Coefficient and the Imaginary Part of the Form Factor of Silicon Using Synchrotron Radiation," Physical Review A 67, 042716 (2003)

53. C. T. CHANTLER, Atomic form factor theory and experiment in the x-ray regime: A survey of progress and future opportunities, invited review AOS News, 17 (2) June (2003) 9-16.

54. C. Q. Tran, C. T. Chantler, Z. Barnea, "X-Ray Mass Attenuation Coefficient of Silicon: Theory versus Experiment," Physical Review Letts 90 (2003) 257401-1-4 [resolution of theoretical and experimental discrepancies, a new experimental technique]

55. Martin D. de Jonge, Zwi Barnea, and Christopher T. Chantler, "X-ray bandwidth: Determination by on-edge absorption and effect on various absorption experiments," Phys. Rev. A 69 (2004) 022717-1 -12.

56. C. T. Chantler C.Q. Tran, D. J. Cookson, "Precise measurement of the lattice spacing of LaB6 standard powder by the x-ray extended range technique using synchrotron radiation," Phys. Rev. A69 (2004) 042101-1 -11.

57. C. T. Chantler, "Discrepancies In Quantum Electro-Dynamics," Radiation Physics and Chemistry 71 (2004) 607-617

58. C. T. CHANTLER, Scattering factor calculations and dispersion corrections for heavy atoms, J. Physics and Chemistry of Solids 65 (2004) 1935-1941.

59. C.Q. Tran, C.T. Chantler, Z. Barnea and M. D. de Jonge, "Accurate determination of the thickness of thin foils and single-crystal wafers for x-ray attenuation measurements," Rev. Sci. Instrum. 75 (2004) 2943-2949

60. M. de Jonge, Z. Barnea, C. Q. Tran, and C. T. Chantler, "Full-foil mapping of integrated column density applied to the absolute determination of the mass attenuation coefficients," Measurement Science & Technology 15 (Sept 2004) 1811-1822

61. C Q Tran, M. D. de Jonge, Z. Barnea and C. T. Chantler, "Absolute determination of the effect of scattering and fluorescence on x-ray attenuation measurements," J. Phys. B37 (2004) 3163-3176

62. M. D. DE JONGE, C. Q. TRAN, C. T. CHANTLER, Z. BARNEA, Improved techniques for measuring x-ray mass attenuation coefficients, Proc. SPIE Vol. 5538, p. 96-106, Optical Constants of Materials for UV to X-Ray Wavelengths; Regina Soufli, John F. Seely, Eds. (2004) IP

63. C. Q. Tran, C. T. Chantler, Z. Barnea, M. D. de Jonge, B. B. Dhal, C. T. Y. Chung, D. Paterson and J. Wang, "Measurement of the x-ray mass attenuation coefficient of silver using the x-ray extended range technique," J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Opt. Phys. 38 (2005) 89-107

64. C. T. CHANTLER, Critical tests of higher-order and many-body Quantum Electrodynamics (QED) theory in medium-Z and high-Z systems, invited review AOS News 19 (2005) 10-15

65. M. D. de Jonge, C. Q. Tran, C. T. Chantler, Z. Barnea, B. B. Dhal, D. J. Cookson, W.-K. Lee, A. Mashayekhiand, "Measurement of the x-ray mass attenuation coefficient and determination of the imaginary component of the atomic form-factor of molybdenum over the energy range of 13.5 keV -41.5 keV," Phys. Rev. A 71 , 032702:1-16 (2005) [Major new data, 100 times more accurate than all earlier literature, giving proof-of-principle of XERT.]

66. E. Cosgriff, C. T. Chantler, C. Witte, L. Smale, C. Q. Tran, " Atomic cluster-structure calculations of the X-ray near-edge absorption of silver," Phys. Letts A343 (2005) 174-180 [First test of Finite Difference Methods applied to high-accuracy data sets.]

67. C. T. Chantler, M. N. Kinnane, C.-H. Su, J. A. Kimpton, " Characterisation of K alpha spectral profiles for Vanadium, and development of satellite structure for Z=21 to Z=25, " Phys. Rev. A73 (2006) 012508:1-16

68. Mark N. Kinnane, Justin A. Kimpton, Martin D. de Jonge, Karoly Makonyi, C. T. Chantler, " The Correction Of Systematic Image Deformations Inherent to Two-Dimensional Proportional Counters," Measurement Science & Technology, 16 (2005) 2280-2286

69. M. D. DE JONGE, C. Q. TRAN, C. T. CHANTLER, Z. BARNEA, Improved techniques for measuring x-ray mass attenuation coefficients, Optical Engineering 45 (2006) 046501-1 - 8 [Invited Review]

70. C. T. Chantler, " CAMOP: Report on the 20th International Conference on X-ray and Inner-Shell Processes, July 4-8 2005, Melbourne, Australia, " Physica Scripta 73 (2006) C107-C112.

71. C. WITTE, C.T. CHANTLER, E.C. COSGRIFF, C.Q. TRAN, Atomic cluster calculation of the X-ray near-edge absorption of copper, Radiation Physics & Chemistry 75 (2006) 1582-1585 [Proof of concept for the Finite Difference Method for XANES in copper]

72. L. F. SMALE, C. T. CHANTLER, M. D. DE JONGE, Z. BARNEA, C.Q. TRAN, Analysis of X-ray Absorption Fine Structure using Absolute X-ray Mass Attenuation Coefficients: Application to Molybdenum, Radiation Physics & Chemistry 75 (2006) 1559-1563 [Methodology explaining and resolving problems with standard XAFS analyses.]

73. N. A. RAE, C. T. CHANTLER, C. Q. TRAN, Z. BARNEA, High-Precision Energy Determination of Synchrotron Radiation From Powder Diffraction and Investigation of Profile Widths, Radiation Physics & Chemistry 75 (2006) 2063-2066 [New technique for energy calibration.]

74. M. N. KINNANE, J. A. KIMPTON, C.T. CHANTLER, A Status Report on Experimental Tests of QED in Medium-Z Systems, Radiation Physics & Chemistry 75 (2006) 1744-1748 [Current stages of success in QED testing.]

75. J. A. KIMPTON, M. N. KINNANE, C. T. CHANTLER, The development of a backgammon-type multi-wire proportional counter for the detection of X-rays, Rev. Sci. Inst. 77 (2006) 08-3102-1-7. [Detector developments for high-precision research.]

76. M. D. DE JONGE, C. Q. TRAN, C. T. CHANTLER, Z. BARNEA, X-ray optics for the future: high-accuracy measurements of x-ray mass attenuation coefficients, invited review and front cover, AOS News, 20 (2006), 30-37

77. J. D. BOURKE, C. T. CHANTLER, C. WITTE, Finite Difference Method Calculations of X-ray Absorption Fine Structure for Copper, Physics Letters A, 360 (2007), 702-706 [First demonstration that Finite Difference Method theory can be applied successfully in the XAFS regime.]

78. M. D. DE JONGE, C. Q. TRAN, C. T. CHANTLER, Z. BARNEA, B. B. DHAL, D. PATTERSON, E. P. KANTER, S. H. SOUTHWORTH, L. YOUNG, M. A. BENO, J. A. LINTON, G. JENNINGS, Measurement of the x-ray mass attenuation coefficient and determination of the imaginary component of the atomic form-factor of tin over the energy range of 29 keV – 60 keV, Phys. Rev. A75 (2007) 032702-1-14

79. C. T. CHANTLER, N. A. RAE, C. Q. TRAN, Accurate determination and correction of the lattice parameter of LaB6 (standard reference material 660) relative to that of Si (640b), J. Appl. Cryst. 40 (2007) 232-240 [New technique for powder diffraction standards.]

80. J. A. KIMPTON, M. N. KINNANE, L. F. SMALE, C. T. CHANTLER, L. T. HUDSON, A. HENINS, C. I. SZABO, J. D. GILLASPY, J. N. TAN, J. M. POMEROY, E. TAKACS, Data acquisition system development for the detection of X-ray photons in multi-wire gas proportional counters, NIMA 580 (2007) 246-249 [New detector processing]

81. L. T. HUDSON, J. D. GILLASPY, J. M. POMEROY, C. I. SZABO, J. N. TAN, B. RADICS, E. TAKACS, C. T. CHANTLER, J. A. KIMPTON, M. N. KINNANE, L. F. SMALE, Observation and identification of faint x-ray spectral features using wavelength, energy, and spatial discrimination techniques, NIMA 580 (2007) 33-36.

82. J. L. GLOVER, C. T. CHANTLER, The Analysis of X-ray Absorption Fine Structure: Beam-line independent interpretation, Meas. Sci. Tech. 18 (2007) 2916-2920 [How XERT resolves major anomalies in current research.]

83. C. T. CHANTLER, J. M. LAMING, D. D. DIETRICH, W. A. HALLETT, R. MCDONALD, J. D. SILVER, The Hydrogenic Lamb Shift in Iron, Fe25+ and fine structure, Phys. Rev. A76 (2007) 042116-1-19

84. C. T. CHANTLER, Charge and State Population in Dilute plasmas from Beam-Foil Spectroscopy, Can. J. Phys. 86 (2008) 331-350

85. J. L. Glover, C. T .Chantler, Z. Barnea, N. A. Rae, C. Q. Tran, D. C. Creagh, D. Paterson, B. B. Dhal, High-accuracy measurements of the X-ray mass-attenuation coefficient and imaginary component of the form factor of copper, Phys. Rev. A78 (2008) 052902

86. C. T. Chantler, Development and Applications of Accurate Measurement of Absorption; The X-ray Extended Range Technique for high accuracy absolute XAFS by transmission and fluorescence, European Physical Journal ST 169 (2009) 147-153

87. A. T. Payne, J. A. Kimpton, M. N. Kinnane, C. T. Chantler, Simulation and minimisation of non-linear effects in backgammon-type multi-wire gas proportional counters, Meas. Sci. Tech. 20 (2009) 025601

88. C. T. Chantler, J. A. Kimpton, Recent developments in X-ray tests of QED, Can. J. Phys. 87 (2009) 763-772

89. J. L. Glover, C. T. Chantler, M. D. de Jonge, Nano-roughness in gold revealed from X-ray signature, Phys. Lett. A373 (2009) 1177-1180

90. C. T. Chantler, J .M. Laming, J. D. Silver, D. D. Dietrich, P. H. Mokler, E. C. Finch, S. D. Rosner, The Hydrogenic Lamb Shift in Germanium, Ge31+ and fine structure Lamb shift, Phys. Rev. A80 (2009) 022508

91. C. T. Chantler, A. L. C. Hayward, I. P. Grant, Theoretical determination of characteristic X-ray lines and the copper K alpha spectrum, Phys. Rev. Letts 103 (2009) 123002-1-4 doi: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.103.123002

92. J. L. Glover, C. T. Chantler, Determination of the harmonic content of a synchrotron beam using X-ray attenuation measurements, X-ray Spectrometry 38 (2009) 510-512 10.1002/xrs.1206

93. C. T. Chantler, Accurate Measurement and Physical Insight: The X-ray Extended Range Technique for fundamental atomic physics, condensed matter research and biological sciences, Rad. Phys. Chem. 79 (2010) 117-123 doi:10.1016/j.radphyschem.2009.07.022

94. C. T. Chantler, C. Q. Tran, Z. Barnea, X-ray Absorption Fine Structure for Single Crystals, J. Appl. Cryst. 43 (2010) 64-69

95. J. D. Gillaspy, C. T. Chantler, D. Patterson, L. T. Hudson, F. G. Serpa, E. Takacs, First measurement of Lyman alpha x-ray lines in hydrogen-like vanadium: results and implications for precision wavelength metrology and tests of QED, J. Phys. B 43 (2010) 074021-1 -9

96. N. A. Rae, C. T. Chantler, Z. Barnea, M. D. de Jonge, C. Q. Tran, J. R. Hester, X-ray mass attenuation coefficients and imaginary components of the atomic form-factor of zinc over the energy range of 7.2 keV - 15.2 keV, Phys. Rev. A 81 (2010) 022904-1-10

97. M. T. Islam, N. A. Rae, J. L. Glover, Z. Barnea, M. D. de Jonge, C. Q. Tran, J. Wang, and C. T. Chantler, Measurement of the x-ray mass attenuation coefficients of gold in the 38 keV - 50 keV energy range, Phys. Rev. A 81 (2010) 022903-1-9

98. J. L. Glover, C. T. Chantler, Z. Barnea, N. A. Rae, C. Q. Tran, Measurement of the X-ray mass-attenuation coefficients of gold, derived quantities between 14 keV and 21 keV and determination of the bond lengths of gold, J. Phys. B 43 (2010) 085001-1-15

99. J. D. Bourke, C .T. Chantler, Measurements of Electron Inelastic Mean Free Paths in Materials, Phys. Rev. Letters 104 (2010) 206601-1-4

100. J. J. Kas, J. J. Rehr, J. L. Glover, C. T. Chantler, Comparison of Theoretical and Experimental Cu and Mo K-edge XAS, NIM A619 (2010) 28-32

101. J. D. Bourke, C. T. Chantler, Finite difference method calculations of long-range X-ray absorption fine structure for copper over k ~ 20 A-1, NIM A619 (2010) 33-36 [Extension of FDM into far XERT regime (k>> 20)]

102. M. T. Islam, N. A. Rae, J. L. Glover, Z. Barnea, C. T. Chantler, Micrometry combined with profile mapping for the absolute measurement of Integrated Column Density (ICD) and for accurate x-ray mass attenuation coefficients using XERT, NIMA619 (2010) 44-46

103. N. A. Rae, J. L. Glover, C. T. Chantler, An improvement to the full-foil mapping technique for high accuracy measurement of x-ray mass attenuation coefficients, NIM A619 (2010) 47-50

104. N. A. Rae, M. T. Islam, C. T. Chantler, M. D. de Jonge, Energy determination of synchrotron x-ray beam energy in the high energy region of 38-50 keV using powder diffraction patterns of the standard powder Si640b, NIMA619 (2010) 147-149

105. L. F. Smale, C. T. Chantler, L. T. Hudson, The effects of cosmic ray filtering on low intensity X-ray CCD data, NIM A619 (2010) 150-153

106. A. T. Payne, J. A. Kimpton, L. F. Smale, C .T. Chantler, Optimisation of the spatial linearity in backgammon-type multi-wire gas proportional counters - the relevance of charge cloud distribution, NIM A619 (2010) 190-197

107. C. T. Chantler, L. T. Hudson, S. P. Best, Frontiers in Radiation Physics and Applications, Guest Editorial, NIM A619 (2010) vii

108. C. T. Chantler, L. T. Hudson, S. P. Best, Guest Editors, Frontiers in Radiation Physics and Applications, NIM A619, issues 1-3 (2010)

109. C .T. Chantler, J. D. Bourke, X-ray Spectroscopic Measurement of the Photoelectron Inelastic Mean Free Paths in Molybdenum, Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 1 (2010) 2422-2427

110. J. A. Lowe, C. T. Chantler, I. P. Grant, A new approach to relativistic multi-configuration quantum mechanics for complex systems / Theoretical determination of characteristic X-ray lines and the titanium K a spectrum, Physics Letts A374 (2010) 4756

111. C. T. Chantler, J. A. Lowe, I. P. Grant, Multiconfiguration Dirac Fock calculations in open shell atoms: Convergence methods and satellite spectra of copper K a photoemission spectrum, Phys. Rev. A82 (2010) 052505-1-4

112: Kostorz, G., et al. [I. Ascone, C.T. Chantler], International Union of Crystallography Report of the Executive Committee for 2009, Acta Cryst. A67 (2011) 96-124

113. Z. Barnea, C. T. Chantler, J. L. Glover, M. W. Grigg, M. T. Islam, M. D. de Jonge, N. A. Rae, C. Q. Tran, Measuring the Linearity of X-ray Detectors: Consequences for Absolute Attenuation, Scattering and Absolute Bragg Intensities, J. Appl. Cryst. 44(2011) 281-6

114. J. A. Lowe, C.T. Chantler, I. P. Grant, Ab initio determination of satellite intensities in the transition metals using a multiconfiguration framework, Phys. Rev. A83 Rapid Communication (2011) 060501(R)-1-4

115. J. D. Bourke, C. T. Chantler, Density functional calculations of electron energy loss data and inelastic mean free paths in elemental and binary materials Acta Cryst A67 (2011) C170

116. N. A. Rae, C. T. Chantler, The X-ray Extended Range Technique for high accuracy XAS for comparison and improvement to theoretical modeling Acta Cryst A67, (2011) C582

117. C. T. Chantler, M. T. Islam, S. P. Best, F. Wang, Ferrocene and Fluorescence Studies: How can we understand stereochemistry of dilute systems? Acta Cryst A67 (2011) C516

118. C. T. Chantler, M. T. Islam, N. A. Rae, C. Q. Tran, J. L. Glover, Z. Barnea, New consistency tests for high-accuracy measurements of x-ray mass attenuation coefficients by the X-ray extended range technique, Acta Cryst. A68 (2012) 188-195 [absolute method for foils]

119. C. T. Chantler, N. A. Rae, M. T. Islam, S. P. Best, J. Yeo, L. F. Smale, J. Hester, N. Mohammadi, F. Wang, Stereochemical analysis of Ferrocene and the uncertainty of fluorescence XAFS data, J Synch. Rad. 19 (2012) 145-158

120. J. D. Bourke, C. T. Chantler, Electron Energy Loss Spectra and Overestimation of Inelastic Mean Free Paths in Many- Pole models, J. Phys. Chem A116, Mar. (2012) 3202-3205

121. C. T. Chantler, J. A. Lowe, I. P. Grant, Anomalous satellite intensity discrepancy in copper X-ray lines Phys. Rev. A85 (2012) 032513.

122. N. Mohammadi, A. Ganesan, C. T. Chantler, F. Wang, Differentiation of ferrocene D_5d and D_5h conformers using IR spectroscopy, Journal of Organometallic Chemistry 713 (2012) 51-59

135. C. T. Chantler, M. N. Kinnane, J. D. Gillaspy, L. T. Hudson, A. T. Payne, L. F. Smale, A. Henins, J. M. Pomeroy, J. N. Tan, J. A. Kimpton, E. Takacs, K. Makonyi, Testing Three-body Quantum Electrodynamics with trapped Ti20+ ions: Evidence for a Z-dependent divergence between experiment and calculation. Phys. Rev. Letts 109 (2012) 153001-1-5

>> Physics Today December Issue!! SK Blau, Search and Discovery, Physics Today, Dec (2012), p22; http://www.physicstoday.org/daily_edition/physics_update/highly_charged_ions_challenge_qed

136. C. T. Chantler, Z. Barnea, C. Q. Tran, N. A. Rae, M. D. de Jonge, ‘Invited / Topical Review’ A step toward standardization: Development of accurate measurements of X-ray absorption and fluorescence. Journal of Synchrotron Radiation 19 (2012) 851-862

137. J. A. Lowe, C. T. Chantler, I. P. Grant Ab initio determination of K a line strengths and energies in transition metal atoms, J. Phys. CS 388 (2012) 032034

138. J. D. Bourke, C. T. Chantler, Theoretical and experimental developments in the determination of electron energy loss functions and inelastic mean free paths in elemental solids and binary compounds, J. Phys. CS 388 (2012) 132008

139. C. T. Chantler, The X-ray Extended Range Technique a model for investigating X-ray and electron collision processes at a synchrotron, J. Phys. CS 388 (2012) 022040

140. C. T. Chantler, Testing atomic and collision physics, QED, Plasma Physics, Laboratory Astrophysics and Fundamental Constants a visible, VUV, X-ray synchrotron source allied with an Electron Beam Ion Trap, J. Phys. CS 388 (2012) 082033

141. J. A. Lowe, C. T. Chantler, I. P. Grant, Erratum to: "A new approach to relativistic multi-configuration quantum mechanics in titanium" Phys. Lett. A377 (2013) 351-352 [Phys. Lett. A 374 (2010) 4756-4760]

142. C. T. Chantler, J. A. Lowe, I. P. Grant, High-accuracy reconstruction of titanium x-ray photoemission spectra, including relative intensities, asymmetry and satellites, and ab initio determination of shake magnitudes for transition metals, J. Phys. B 46 (2012) 015002

>> http://iopscience.iop.org/0953-4075 citing C. T. Chantler, J. A. Lowe, I. P. Grant, J. Phys. B 46 (2012) 015002

143. B. A. Sobott, Ch. Broennimann, B. Schmitt, P. Trueb, M. Schneebeli, V. Lee, D. J. Peake, S. Elbracht-Leong, A. Schubert, N. Kirby, M. J. Boland, C. T. Chantler, Z. Barnea, R. P. Rassool, Success and failure of dead-time models as applied to hybrid pixel detectors in high flux applications J. Synch. Rad. 20 (2013) 347-354

144. J. A. Lowe, C. T. Chantler, I. P. Grant, Self-energy screening approximations in multi-electron atoms, Rad. Phys. Chem. 85 (2013) 118-123

145. L. F. Smale, C. T. Chantler, J. A. Kimpton, D. N. Crosby, M. N. Kinnane, Characterization of K beta spectral profile for vanadium, Phys. Rev. A87 (2013) 022512-1-7

146. C. T. Chantler, M. N. Kinnane, J. D. Gillaspy, L. T. Hudson, A. T. Payne, L. F. Smale, A. Henins, J. M. Pomeroy, J. A. Kimpton, E. Takacs, K. Makonyi, Reply to Comment on Testing Three-body Quantum Electrodynamics with trapped Ti20+ ions: Evidence for a Z-dependent divergence between experiment and calculation, Phys. Rev. Letts 110 (2013) 159302-1-2

147. L. J. Tantau, C. T. Chantler, A. T. Payne, M.T. Islam, C. Q. Tran, S. P. Best, M. C. Cheah High-accuracy X-ray energy determination and comparison from LaB6 powder diffraction pattern for synchrotron XAFS and XRD calibration, Radiation Physics and Chemistry 95 (2014) 73-77

148. C. T. Chantler, T. V. B. Nguyen, J. A. Lowe, I. P. Grant, Relativistic Calculation of Transition Probabilities for 557.7nm and 297.2nm Emission Lines in Oxygen, The Astrophysical Journal 769 (2013) 84-1-5

149. C. T. Chantler, L. F. Smale, J. A. Kimpton, D. N. Crosby, M. N. Kinnane, A. J. Illig, Characterization of Titanium K beta spectral profile, J Phys B46(2013)145601-1-10

150. A J Illig, C T Chantler, A T Payne, Voigt Profile Characterisation of Copper K alpha, Journal of Physics B46 Sept (2013) 235001-1-11

>>> Laboratory Highlight invited. A J Illig, C T Chantler, A T Payne, Determination of the 2p satellite profile through an improved characterization of copper K alpha, citing A J Illig, C T Chantler, A T Payne, Voigt Profile Characterisation of Copper K alpha, Journal of Physics B46 Sept (2013) 235001-1-11, http://m.iopscience.iop.org/0953-4075/labtalk-article/56166

151. M. T. Islam, N. A. Rae, Z. Barnea, C. Q. Tran, C. T. Chantler, Measurements of the x-ray mass attenuation coefficients of silver in the 5-20 keV range. Journal of Synchrotron Radiation 21 (2014) 413-423.

152. J D Bourke, C T Chantler, Low-Energy Electron Energy Losses and Inelastic Mean Free Paths in Zinc, Selenium, and Zinc Selenide, ELSPEC 196 (2014) 142-145 [Journal of Electron Spectroscopy and Related Phenomena]

153. C. T. Chantler, J. D. Bourke, Electron Inelastic Mean Free Path Theory and Density Functional Theory resolving low-Energy discrepancies for low-energy electrons in copper, Journal of Physical Chemistry A118 (2014) 909-914

154. C. T. Chantler, J. D. Bourke, Full-potential theoretical investigations of inelastic mean free paths and extended X-ray absorption fine structure in molybdenum, Journal of Physics Condensed Matter 26 (2014) 145401 - 1 - 8.

155. T. V. B. Nguyen, C. T. Chantler, J. A. Lowe, I. P. Grant, Advanced ab initio relativistic calculations of transition probabilities for some OI and OIII emission lines, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 440 (2014) 3439-3443

156. A. T. Payne, C. T. Chantler, M. N. Kinnane, J. D. Gillaspy, L. T. Hudson, L. F. Smale, Helium-like titanium X-ray spectrum as a probe of QED computation, Journal of Physics B47 (2014) 185001-1-8

157. C. T. Chantler, A. T. Payne, M. N. Kinnane, J. D. Gillaspy, L. T. Hudson, L. F. Smale, X-ray measurements in Helium-like Atoms increased discrepancy between experiment and theoretical QED, New Journal of Physics 16 (2014) 123037 - 1 - 15

158. C T Chantler, J D Bourke, Investigation of Momentum-Dependent Lifetime Broadening of Electron Energy Loss Spectra: Sum Rule Constraints and an Asymmetric Rectangle Toy Model, Phys Rev B90 (2014) 174306-1 - 8

159. C T Chantler, TVB Nguyen, JA Lowe, IP Grant, Convergence of the Breit interaction in self-consistent and configuration-interaction approaches, Phys Rev A90 (2014) 062504 - 1 - 8.

160. L. F. Smale, C. T. Chantler, J. A. Kimpton, Methodology for the Characterisation of Characteristic Spectral Profiles, Applied to chromium K beta, X-ray Spectrometry 54 (2015) 54-62.

161. J D Bourke, C T Chantler, Momentum-Dependent Lifetime Broadening of Electron Energy Loss Spectra: A Self-Consistent Coupled-Plasmon Model, Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 6 (2015) 314-319

162. C. T. Chantler, M. T. Islam, S. P. Best, L. J. Tantau, C. Q. Tran, M. H. Cheah, A. T. Payne, High accuracy X-ray Absorption Spectra of mM solutions of nickel(II) complexes with multiple solutions using transmission XAS. Journal of Synchrotron Radiation 22 (2015) 1008-1021

163. L. J. Tantau, C. T. Chantler, J. D. Bourke, M. T. Islam, A. T. Payne, N. A. Rae, C. Q. Tran, Structure determination from XAFS using high-accuracy measurements of x-ray mass attenuation coefficients of silver, 11 keV–28 keV, and development of an all-energies approach to local dynamical analysis of bond length, revealing variation of effective thermal contributions across the XAFS spectrum, J Phys Condensed Matter 27 (2015) 266301-1-17

164. M. T. Islam, C. T. Chantler, L. J. Tantau, C. Q. Tran, M. H. Cheah, A. T. Payne, S. P. Best, Structural investigation of mM Ni(II) complex isomers using transmission XAFS: the significance of model development Journal of Synchrotron radiation 22 (2015) 1475-1491

165. C T Chantler, J D Bourke, New constraints for low-momentum electronic excitations in condensed matter: fundamental consequences from classical and quantum dielectric theory, Journal of Physics Condensed Matter 27 (2015) 455901 - 1 -7

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