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Manfred Fink (Retired)

Raman spectroscopy; positron sources

Ph.D., Technical University, Karlsruhe, Germany (1966)

Research Interests

Our group uses positrons and light for investigations in several highly relevant areas.

1. Analytic, nondispersive Raman spectroscopy for measuring dissolved gases in seawater, gaseous emissions associated with earthquake pre-tremors, and breath analyses associated with complex medical conditions

2. Further, we are working to develop intense positron sources

Publications: 114 refereed papers, 3 books, 8 contributed chapters, 2 US patents

Journal Articles

106. M. Fink and V.R. Smith, “A novel Method to preserve freshly cleaved surfaces.” Rev. Sci.. Instr.
<75>, 5360-5361, (2004)

107. J. Haeger, M. Fink and H. Walther, ”Molecular beam scattering of NO from graphite(0001) surface at
cryogenic temperatures” Surface Science, <550>, 35-45 (2004)

108. J. Borysow and M. Fink, “NIR Raman spectrometer for monitoring protonation reactions in gaseous
hydrogen”, J. Nucl. Materials, <341>, 224-230, (2005)

109 M. Fink and J. Campell, “An all-quartz gas cell for a multi-pass cavity”, Rev. Sci. Instr <77>, 036113-1-
036113-3, (2006)

110 T. F. Roland, J. Borysow and M. Fink, “Surface mediated isotope exchange reactions between water and
gaseous deuterium”, J Nucl. Materials, <535>, 193-201, (2006)

111 J. Borysow and M. Fink, “Ultra high resolution NIR Raman spectrometer”, Appl. Spectrosc. <60>, 54-
56, (2006)

112 M. Fink, H. Wellenstein and S. Nguyen, “A New Positron Source with High Flux and Excellent Electron -
Optical Properties”, Nucl. Instr. and Meth. B, <261>, 819-821, (2007)

113 J. Borysow, M. Eckart and M. Fink, “Surface enhanced isotope exchange reactions of hydrogen
isotopes with water and Fomblin oil”, Fusion Science and Technology, <54>, 580-583, (2008)

114 N. Hinkley, J. Borysow and M. Fink, “Raman spectrometer for monitoring traces of organic and
inorganic substances”, Appl. Spectrosc submitted