Bill Tyler

CNMC, Washington DC, United States 
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Tyler BJ, Brennan B, Stec H, et al. (2015) Removal of Organic Contamination from Graphene with a Controllable Mass-Selected Argon Gas Cluster Ion Beam Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 119: 17836-17841
Pollard AJ, Brennan B, Stec H, et al. (2014) Quantitative characterization of defect size in graphene using Raman spectroscopy Applied Physics Letters. 105
Tyler BJ. (2014) The accuracy and precision of the advanced Poisson dead-time correction and its importance for multivariate analysis of high mass resolution ToF-SIMS data Surface and Interface Analysis. 46: 581-590
Tyler BJ, Aspinall PN. (2014) HAZOP study training - A modern approach Institution of Chemical Engineers Symposium Series
Tyler BJ, Peterson RE. (2013) Dead-time correction for time-of-flight secondary-ion mass spectral images: a critical issue in multivariate image analysis. Surface and Interface Analysis : Sia. 45: 475-478
Tyler BJ, Dambach S, Galla S, et al. (2012) Investigation of the utility of laser-secondary neutral mass spectrometry for the detection of polyaromatic hydrocarbons in individual atmospheric aerosol particles. Analytical Chemistry. 84: 76-82
Tyler BJ. (2012) HAZOP study training from the 1970s to today Process Safety and Environmental Protection. 90: 419-423
Tyler BJ, Takeno MM, Hauch KD. (2011) Identification and Imaging of (15)N Labeled Cells with ToF-SIMS. Surface and Interface Analysis : Sia. 43: 336-339
Tyler BJ, Bruening C, Rangaranjan S, et al. (2011) TOF-SIMS imaging of adsorbed proteins on topographically complex surfaces with Bi(3) (+) primary ions. Biointerphases. 6: 135
Holmes HA, Pardyjak ER, Tyler BJ, et al. (2009) Investigation of the time evolved spatial distribution of urban PM2.5 concentrations and aerosol composition during episodic high PM events in Yuma, AZ Atmospheric Environment. 43: 4348-4358
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