U. W. Arndt – Publication list

  1. Arndt, U.W. (1948) Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Cambridge. Development of a Geiger Counter Spectrometer for the Investigation of Alloy and other structures.
  2. Arndt, U.W. (1948) An X-ray Tube with Adjustable Focus. J. Sci. Instr. and of Physics in Industry, 25, 414-416.
  3. Hall W.H. Arndt, U.W. & Smith R.A. (1949) A Geiger-counter spectrometer for the measurement of Debye-Scherrer line shapes. Proc. Phys. Soc. (London) A, 62, 631-638.
  4. Arndt, U.W. (1949) Power Supply for an X-Ray Tube Used in Conjunction with a Geiger Counter Spectrometer. .J. Sci. Inst, and of Physics in Industry 26, 45-47.
  5. Riley, D.P. & Arndt, U.W. (1952) New Type of X-ray Evidence on the Molecular Structure of Globular Proteins. Nature, 169, 138-142.
  6. Arndt, U.W. & Riley, D.P. (1952) Proportional Counters for comparison of Geiger and intensity measurement in X-ray Diffraction. Proc. Phys. Soc. A. 65, 74-75.
  7. Arndt, U.W. (1953) The use of Geiger and Proportional Counters in X-ray diffraction studies. Atomics (London) 4, 217-226.
  8. Riley, D.P. & Arndt, U.W. (1953) Raw Materials of Life. Nature, 171, 144-149.
  9. Arndt, U.W., Coates, W.A. & Riley, D.P. (1953) A Proportional Counter Technique for Measuring X-ray Scattering from Powders, Fibres and Liquids. Proc. Phys. Soc, B. Vol. LXVI, 1009-1016.
  10. Arndt, U.W. & Riley, D.P. (1953) Intra-Helix S-S Linked Structures for Insulin. Nature, 172, 245-248.
  11. Riley, D.P. & Arndt, U.W. (1953) X-ray Scattering Evidence Regarding the Protein-Nucleic Acid Combination in Nucleoproteins Nature, 172, 294-297.
  12. Arndt, U.W. & Riley, D.P. (1953) Structure of Air-Dry Sodium Thymonucleate. Nature, 172, 803-806.
  13. Riley, D.P. & Arndt, U.W. (1953) X-ray Scattering by Some Native and Denatured Proteins in the solid state. Proc. Roy. Soc. B 141, 93-97.
  14. Riley, D.P. & Arndt, U.W. (1954) The Use of Radial Distribution Curves and Spherical Fourier Transforms in the Determination of the structure of high polymers by X-ray diffraction Methods. J. of Colloid Science, Supplement 1, 57-65.
  15. Arndt, U.W. (1954) X-ray Analysis Group of the Institute of Physics. Nature, 173, 21-25.
  16. Arndt, U.W., Coates, W.A. & Crathorn, A.R. (1954) A Gas-Flow X-ray Diffraction Counter. Proc. Phys. Soc, B, Vol. LXVII, 357-359.
  17. Riley, D.P. & Arndt, U.W. (1954) Some X-ray Scattering Results on Nucleoproteins and their Components Trans Faraday Soc. No. 375, vol. 50, Part 3.
  18. Riley, D.P. & Arndt, U.W. (1954) X-ray Scattering Characteristics of Silk Fibroin and Some Other Beta-Structures in Relation to the Pleated Sheet Type of Structural Hypothesis. Trans Faraday Soc. No. 381, Vol. 50, Part 9.
  19. Arndt, U.W. (1954) Inexpensive X-ray Detectors. J. Sci. Instru. 31, 192-193.
  20. Arndt, U.W. (1955) X-ray Analysis Group of the Institute of Physics. Nature, 175, 886-890.
  21. Arndt, U.W. & Riley, D.P. (1955) The Structure of Some Proteins as Revealed by an X-ray Scattering Method Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. (London) Series A. No. 932 Vol. 247, 409-439.
  22. Arndt, U.W. (1955) Counter Diffractometers Chapter 7. From X-ray Diffraction by Polycrystalline Materials published by I.O.P. PP189-231.
  23. Arndt, U.W. (1955) X-ray Apparatus & Associated Techniques. Nature 175, 68-69.
  24. Arndt, U.W. & Phillips D.C. (1957) On the Determination of Crystal and Counter Settings for a Single-Crystal X-ray Diffractometer. Acta Cryst 10, 508-510.
  25. Arndt, U.W. & Phillips, D.C. (1958) On the Adoption of Standard Symbols for the Settings of Single-Crystal Diffractometers. Acta. Cryst. 11, 509.
  26. Arndt, U.W. & Phillips, D.C. (1958) New Type of Single Crystal X-ray Diffractometer. Forty second Physical Society Exhibition.
  27. Arndt, U.W. & Phillips, D.C. (1960) Crystal Oscillation Mechanism for use with Automatic X-ray Diffractometers. J. Sci. Instra. 47, 68-69.
  28. Arndt, U.W. & Phillips, D.C. (1961) The Linear Diffractometer. Acta Cryst. 14, 807-818.
  29. Arndt, U.W. (1963) Automation in the Laboratory. Proc. Roy. Instr. 39, 433-443.
  30. Arndt, U.W. & Phillips, D.C. (1963) Conference on X-ray Diffractometry. London, November 1962. British Journal of Appl. Phys. 14, 229-236.
  31. Arndt, U.W. & Willis, B.T.M. (1963) Automatic Neutron Diffractometer for Three-Dimensional Structure-Factor Determination. The Review of Scientific Instruments, 34, 224-230.
  32. Arndt, U.W. & Willis, B.T.M. (1963) A Programmed Multi-Chanel Neutron Diffractometer Installation. Nuclear Instruments and Methods 24, 155-164.
  33. Arndt, U.W. (1963) A comparison of the linear diffractometer and of a four-circle diffractometer. Hilger J. 7, 69-74.
  34. Arndt, U.W. & Jones, F.B. (1963) Novel shaft setting and shaft following methods a technical note. Annual Exhibition of the Inst. Phys. and the Phys. Soc.
  35. Arndt, U.W. (1963) Design of a Programmed X-ray Diffractometer Installation. Hilger J. 8, 2-11.
  36. Arndt, U.W., North, A.C.T. & Phillips D.C. (1964) Adaptation of a Linear Diffractometer to Measure Three X-ray Reflections quasi-simultaneously. J. Sci. Instr. 41, 421-425.
  37. Arndt, U.W. (1964) Analogue and Digital Single-Crystal Diffractometers. Acta Cryst. 17, 1183-1190.
  38. Arndt. U.W. (1964) Automation in the Laboratory. Contemporary Physics, 6, 140-146.
  39. Arndt, U.W. & Willis, B.T.M. (1966) Single Crystal Diffractometry. Cambridge, C.U.P.
  40. Arndt, U.W. Crowther, R.A. & Mallet, J.F.W. (1968) A Computer-linked Cathode-ray Tube Microdensitometer for X-ray Crystallography. J. Sci. Instr. Series 2 Vol. 1, 510-516.
  41. Arndt, U.W. & Ambrose, B.K. (1968) An Image Intensifier – Television System for the Direct Recording of X-ray Diffraction Patterns. IEEE. Trans. Nucl. Sci. NS-15, 92-94.
  42. Arndt, U. W. (1968) The Optimum Strategy in Measuring Structure Factors. Acta Cryst. B24, 1355-1357.
  43. Arndt, U.W. (1969) Rapid Parellel Measurement of X-ray Reflexions from Macromolecular Crystals. Acta. Cryst. A25, 161-164.
  44. Arndt, U.W., Barrington Leigh, J., Mallet, J.F.W. & Twinn K.E. (1969) A Mechanical Microdensitometer. J. Sci. Instr. Series 2, Vol. 2, 385-387.
  45. Arndt, U.W. & Gilmore, D.J. (1970) A Television System for the Direct Analysis of X-ray Diffraction Pattern, IEEE Trans Nucl. Sci. NS-17, 318-321.
  46. Arndt, U.W. (1971) Recent Developments and New Methods for the Automatic Processing of Single-Crystal X-ray Patterns, 2e Colloque Internat. Surles Meth. Anal. Par Rayonnement X. 45-47.
  47. Arndt, U.W., Gilmore, D.J. & Boutle, S.H. (1972) Television Recording and Analysis of X-ray Diffraction Patterns. Advances in Electronics and Electron Physics. 33. 1069-1075.
  48. Arndt, U.W., Champness, J.M., Phizackerley, R.P. & Wonacott, A.J. (1973) A Single-Crystal Oscillation Camera for Large Unit Cells. J. Appl. Cryst. 6, 457-463.
  49. Arndt, U.W. (1973) Single Crystal Neutron Diffractometer. ITR 13.73. ILL Grenoble.
  50. Arndt, U.W. & Gilmore, D.J. (1975) A Neutron Television Camera Detector. Brookhaven Symposia in Biology, 27. VIII 16.-VIII 23.
  51. Arndt, U.W. & Gilmore, D.J. (1976) A Television X-ray Diffractometer, Advances in Electronics and Electron Physics. 913-921.
  52. Arndt, U.W. & Wonacott, A.J. (1977) Editors of ‘The Rotation Method in Crystallography’. North-Holland/Elsevier, Amsterdam.
  53. Chapter 1: Introduction. Arndt, U.W. 1-4.
  54. Chapter 2: The screenless rotation method. Arndt, U.W. & Wonacott, A.J. 5-18.
  55. Chapter 3: The oscillation camera. Arndt, U.W. 19-31.
  56. Chapter 5: Collimation and mono chromatisation. Arndt, U.W. and Sweet, R.M. 43-63.
  57. Chapter 6: Alinement of the camera. Arndt, U.W.. Wonacott, A.J. and Sweet, R.M. 65-73.
  58. Chapter 14: X-ray film. Arndt, U.W., Gilmore, D.J. and Wonacott, A.J. 207-218.
  59. Chapter 15: Electronic area detectors. Arndt, U.W. and Faruqi, A.R. pp 219-226.
  60. Chapter 17: Television area detectors. Arndt, U.W. 245-261.
  61. Haselgrove, J.C., Faruqi, A.R., Huxley, H.E. and Arndt, U.W. (1977) The design and use of a camera for low-angle X-ray diffraction experiments with synchrotron radiation. J. Phys E. Sci. Instrum. 10, 1035-1044.
  62. Arndt, U.W. (1978) Phase determination in X-ray crystallography by anomalous scattering techniques. Nuclear Instruments and Methods, 152, 307-311.
  63. Arndt, U.W. (1978) Counting losses of detectors for X-rays from storage rings. J. Phys. E. Sci. Instrum. 11, 671-673.
  64. Arndt, U.W., Gilmore, D.J. (1979) X-ray television area detectors for macromolecular structural studies with synchrotron radiation sources. J. Appl. Cryst. 12, 1-9.
  65. Arndt, U.W. & Gilmore, D.J. (1979) Performance of an X-ray Television Detector for Crystallography. Adv. In Electronics and Electr. Phys. 52, 209.
  66. Arndt, U.W. (Sept. 1980) Television Area Detector Diffractometer E.S.F. Summer School, Vienna. Collected Lecture Notes.
  67. Arndt, U.W. & Thomas, D.J. (1982) A high speed single crystal television X-ray Diffractometer (Hardware). Nucl. Instru. & Methods, 201, 21-25.
  68. Arndt, U.W. X-ray television area detectors (1982) Nucl. Instr. Methods 201, 13-20.
  69. Bateman, J.E., Apsimon, R.J. & Arndt, U.W. The Development of a New X-ray Image Intensifer for X-ray Diffraction Studies. Rutherford Laboratory Report RL-81-008.
  70. Arndt, U.W. (1978) Electronic Area Detectors for Single Crystal Data Collection, Computing in Crystallography Eds. H. Schenk, R. Olthof-Hazekamp, H. van Koninsveld & G.C. Bassi, Delft. University Press, p.134
  71. Arndt, U.W., Greenough, T.J., Helliwell J.R., Howard, J.A.K., Rule, S.A. & Thompson A.W. (1982) Optimised Anomalous Dispersion in Crystallography; a synchrotron X-ray polychromatic simultaneous profile method. Nature 298, 835-838.
  72. Arndt, U. W. (1983) Film measurement and area detectors. Crystallographic Computing. Eds. S. R. Hall & T. Ashida.
  73. Arndt, U. W. (1984) Area detectors for protein crystallography at storage rings. Nucl. Instrum. & Methods. 222, 252-255.
  74. Arndt, U. W. (1984) Optimum X-ray wavelength for protein crystallography. J. Appl. Cryst. 17, 118-119.
  75. Koetzle, T. F., Schoenborn, B. P., Arndt, U. W., Blasie, J. K., Jacobson, R. A., Lehmann, M. S., Mason, S. A. & Schultz, A. J. (1985) Single crystal studies with neutron spallation sources. Scientific Opportunities with Advanced Neutron Facilities. G. H. Lander & V. J. Emery Eds. CONF 8410256: U.S. Dept. of Commerce.
  76. Arndt, U. W. & Thomas, D. J. (1985) X-ray collimation for protein crystallography. Aust. J. Phys. 38, 353-7.
  77. Arndt, U. W. & Thomas, D. J. (1984) Computing aspects of position-sensitive detectors. I.U.Cr. Summer School on Computing, Mülheim.
  78. Arndt, U. W. (1985) Television area detector diffractometers. Meth. in Enzymology. 114, 472-485.
  79. Arndt, U. W. (1985) The collection of single-crystal diffraction data with area detectors. Workshop on evaluation of single-crystal data from 2-D position-sensitive detectors. Grenoble. (J. de Physique (1986) C5, 1-6).
  80. Arndt, U. W. (1986) X-ray position-sensitive detectors. J. Appl. Cryst. 19, 145-163.
  81. Arndt, U. W. (1985) Détecteurs pour rayons X. Séminaire Daniel Dautreppe. Grenoble.
  82. Arndt, U. W. & Thomas, D. J. (1985) Data collection with a television diffractometer. Bischenberg Meeting. J. de. Physique.
  83. Arndt, U. W. (1986) X-ray television detectors for very high counting rates. Structural biological application of X-ray absorption, scattering and diffraction. Academic Press. 383-389.
  84. Arndt, U. W. & Stubbings, S. J. (1987) A miniature Peltier effect goniometer head attachment. J. Appl. Cryst. 20, 445.
  85. Arndt, U. W. & Stubbings, S. J. (1988) Miniature ionization chambers. J. Appl. Cryst. 21, 577.
  86. Arndt, U. W. (1988) Position-sensitive detectors in condensed matter studies.Nucl. Instrum. & Meth. A273, 459-462.
  87. Arndt, U. W. & In’t Veld, G. A. (1988) Further developments of an X-ray television detector. Adv. in Electronics and Electron Phys. 74, 285-296.
  88. Arndt, U. W., Ostrowski, D. J. & Stubbings, S. J. (1990) A thermostatically-controlled air cooler for a television camera. Meas. Sci. Technol. 1, 456-457.
  89. Arndt, U. W. (1990) X-ray television area detectors. Synchrotron Rad. News. 3, 17-22.
  90. Arndt, U. W. (1990) Focusing optics for laboratory sources in X-ray crystallography. J. Appl. Cryst. 23, 161-168.
  91. Arndt, U. W. (1991) Charles William Bunn. Biog. Memoirs of Fellows of the R.S. 37, 71-83.
  92. Arndt, U. W. (1991) Second-generation X-ray television area detectors. Nucl. Instrum. & Meth. A310, 395-397.
  93. Arndt, U. W. & Cattermole, D. M. (1992) Improvements in the performance of an X-ray television area detector. Conf. on photoelectronic image devices. Sept. 1991. 243-248. I.O.P. Publishing Ltd.
  94. Hudec, R., Arndt, U.W., Inneman, A. & Pina, L. (1992) Compact laboratory X-ray beam line with focusing microoptics. 13th Int. Congress as X-ray optics & microanaylsis, Manchester 1992. Conference Series No. 130, 243-248.
  95. Arndt, U. W. (1992) Generation of X-rays. Section 4.2.1. Internat. Tables for Crystallography. C, 167-176.
  96. Arndt, U. W. (1992) Position-sensitive X-ray detectors. Section 7.1.6. Internat. Tables for Crystallography. C, 543-552.
  97. Arndt, U. W. (1996) Microfocus X-ray source and mirror optics for crystallography with 8 KeV X-rays. X-Tech 96. Berlin-Spandau.
  98. Arndt, U. W. (1996) Microfocus beams with replica optics. 1st Internat. workshops on glass capillary optics. Ithaca, N.Y.
  99. Arndt, U. W., Duncumb, P., Long, J. V. P., Pina, L. & Inneman, A. (1998) Focusing Mirrors for Use with Microfocus X-ray Tubes J. Appl. Cryst. 31, 733-741.
  100. Arndt, U. W., Long, J. V. P. & Duncumb, P. (1998) A microfocus X-ray tube used with focusing collimators. J. Appl. Cryst. 31, 936-944.
  101. Arndt, U. W. In press. X-ray sources. Section 6.1. Internat. Tables for Crystallography. F, 125-132.
  102. Arndt, U.W. & Bloomer, A.C. (1999) New developments in X-Ray optics for macromolecular crystallography using laboratory X-ray sources. Current opinion Instruc. Biol. 9, 609-614.
  103. Bloomer, A.C., & Arndt, U.W. (1999) Experiences and exspectations of a novel X-ray microsource with focusing mirror. 1. Acta Cryst. D55, 1672-1680.
  104. Arndt, U.W., Kyte, M.P. (1999) Position sensitive ionization chambers in the alignment of x-ray tubes and diffractometers. J. Appl. Cryst. 32, 1024-1025.
  105. Bloomer, A.C. & Arndt U.W. (2000) Experiences and expectations of a novel X-ray microsource with focusing mirror. Acta. Cryst. D56, 109.
  106. Arndt, U.W. & Bloomer, A.C. (2000) X-ray crystallography with microfocus X-ray sources. Advances in Laboratory – based X-ray sources and optics. Ed. MacDonald & Khounsary vol 4144, 86-94.
  107. Pina, L., Inneman, A., Hudec, R., Arndt, U.W, Loxley, N., Fraser, G., Taylor, M. & Wall, J. (2000) Microfocusing with grazing incidence X-ray micromirrors. X-ray Sources and Optics. Ed. MacDonald vol 4144, 165-173.
  108. Arndt, U.W. & Kyte, M.P. (2000) Ionization chambers for monitoring the position and tilt of x-ray beams. J. Appl. Cryst. 33, 986-987.
  109. Arndt, U.W., Bloomer, A.C & Pina, L. (2001) Improved mirrors for use with microfocus x-ray sources. Advances in Laboratory-based X-ray sources and optics II. Ed. Khounsary & MacDonald. Vol 4502, 126-133.
  110. Arndt, U.W. (2001) Instrumentation in X-ray crystallography: past, present and future. Notes Rec. R. Soc. Lond. 55, 457-472.
  111. Arndt, U.W. (2001) Radiation sources and optics: X-ray sources. Intern. Tables for Macromolecular Crystallography. Ed. Rossmann & Arnold. 125-140.
  112. Arndt, U.W. & Scotcher, S.W. (2002) X-ray beam steering with flexible polycapillaries. J. Appl. Cryst. 35, 650-651.
  113. Arndt, U.W. (2003) Personal X-ray reflections. Methods in Enzymology. 368, 21-42.
  114. Arndt, U.W. (2006) Personal X-ray reflections. Athena Press, London.