I S Falconer
I S Falconer
School of Physics, University of Sydney
Verified email at physics.usyd.edu.au
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Monte Carlo calculation of the thermalization of atoms sputtered from the cathode of a sputtering discharge
GM Turner, IS Falconer, BW James, DR McKenzie
Journal of applied physics 65 (9), 3671-3679, 1989
1491989
Application of the 0-1 test for chaos to experimental data
I Falconer, GA Gottwald, I Melbourne, K Wormnes
SIAM Journal on Applied Dynamical Systems 6 (2), 395-402, 2007
1082007
Synthesis of cubic boron nitride thin films
DR McKenzie, WD McFall, S Reisch, BW James, IS Falconer, RW Boswell, ...
Surface and Coatings Technology 78 (1-3), 255-262, 1996
741996
The cylindrical DC magnetron discharge: I. Particle-in-cell simulation
TA Van der Straaten, NF Cramer, IS Falconer, BW James
Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 31 (2), 177, 1998
681998
Characterization of a Ti vacuum arc and the structure of deposited Ti and TiN films
PJ Martin, RP Netterfield, DR McKenzie, IS Falconer, CG Pacey, P Tomas, ...
Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology A: Vacuum, Surfaces, and Films 5 (1…, 1987
671987
Monte Carlo calculations of the properties of sputtered atoms at a substrate surface in a magnetron discharge
GM Turner, IS Falconer, BW James, DR McKenzie
Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology A: Vacuum, Surfaces, and Films 10 (3…, 1992
661992
Visible and VUV images of dielectric barrier discharges in Xe
RP Mildren, RJ Carman, IS Falconer
Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 34 (23), 3378, 2001
602001
High pressure phases produced by low energy ion implantation with reference to cubic boron nitride
DR McKenzie, WD McFall, H Smith, B Higgins, RW Boswell, A Durandet, ...
Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B: Beam…, 1995
551995
Visible and VUV emission from a xenon dielectric barrier discharge using pulsed and sinusoidal voltage excitation waveforms
RP Mildren, RJ Carman, IS Falconer
IEEE transactions on plasma science 30 (1), 192-193, 2002
462002
An interferometric investigation of the thermalization of copper atoms in a magnetron sputtering discharge
LT Ball, IS Falconer, DR McKenzie, JM Smelt
Journal of applied physics 59 (3), 720-724, 1986
461986
Cathode spot phenomena in titanium vacuum arcs
PD Swift, DR McKenzie, IS Falconer, PJ Martin
Journal of applied physics 66 (2), 505-512, 1989
431989
The cylindrical DC magnetron discharge: II. The negative space charge mode
TA Van der Straaten, NF Cramer, IS Falconer, BW James
Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 31 (2), 191, 1998
411998
The role of pulse length in target poisoning during reactive HiPIMS: application to amorphous HfO2
R Ganesan, BJ Murdoch, B Treverrow, AE Ross, IS Falconer, A Kondyurin, ...
Plasma Sources Science and Technology 24 (3), 035015, 2015
312015
Quenching of excited Ar I and H by H2 in a gas discharge
MJ Wouters, J Khachan, IS Falconer, BW James
Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics 32 (12), 2869, 1999
231999
An experimental study of a CW optically pumped far infrared formic acid vapour laser
LB Whitbourn, JC Macfarlane, PA Stimson, BW James, IS Falconer
Infrared physics 28 (1), 7-20, 1988
201988
Production and loss of H atoms in a microwave discharge in
MJ Wouters, J Khachan, IS Falconer, BW James
Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 31 (16), 2004, 1998
191998
Measurement of the Faraday Rotation of a Laser Beam Passing through a ‐Pinch Plasma
IS Falconer, SA Ramsden
Journal of Applied Physics 39 (7), 3449-3458, 1968
181968
Pressure inside the arc channel of a high-voltage fuse
MA Saqib, AD Stokes, PJ Seebacher
6th International conference on electric fuses and their applications, 1999
131999
Arc temperature measurement in a high-voltage fuse
MA Saqib, AD Stokes, BW James, IS Falconner
Proceedings of the 6th Icefa (IEN Galileo Ferraris, Torino, Italy), 20-22, 1999
121999
A simple microwave plasma source for diamond deposition
J Khachan, JR Pigott, GF Brand, IS Falconer, BW James
Review of scientific instruments 64 (10), 2971-2973, 1993
121993
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