BIBLIOGRAPHY

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  1. A report on the development of the electron supermicroscope at Toronto.
    Burton, E.F., Hillier, J. and Prebus, A.
    Phys. Rev. 56, 1171-1172 - 1939

  2. The effect of chromatic error on electron microscope images.
    Hillier, J.
    Can. J. Res. A, 17, 64-69 -1939

  3. The construction of a magnetic electron microscope of high resolving power.
    Prebus, A. and Hillier, J.
    Can. J. Res. A, 17, 49-63 - 1939

  4. The contribution of the electron microscope to medicine. I. The electron microscope described.
    Burton, E.F., Hillier, J. and Prebus, A.
    Can. Med. Assoc. J. 42, 116-119 - 1940

  5. Fresnel diffraction of electrons as a contour phenomenon in electron microscope images.
    Hillier, J.
    Phys. Rev. 58, 842 - 1940

  6. The electron optics of the electron microscope.
    Hillier, J.
    J. Bact. 41, 259 (Proc.) -1941

  7. Recent developments in the electron microscope.
    Hillier, J. and Vance, A.W.
    Proc. I.R.E. 29, 167-176 - 1941

  8. The electron microscope.
    Hillier, J. and Rhea, H.R.
    Safe Practice Bulletin #87 - 1941

  9. A discussion of the fundamental limit of performance of an electron microscope.
    Hillier, J.
    Phys. Rev. 60,743-745 - 1941

  10. The electron microscope in the determination of particle size characteristics.
    Hillier, J.
    ASTM Symposium Volume, 1941

  11. A preliminary report on the development of a 300-kilovolt magnetic electron microscope.
    Zworykin, V.K., Hillier, J. and Vance, A. W.
    J. Appl. Phys. 12, 738-742 - 1941

  12. An electron microscope for practical laboratory service.
    Zworykin, V.K., Hillier, J. and Vance, A.W.
    Trans. Am. Inst. Elec. Engrs. 60, 157 -1941

  13. The photographic action of electrons in the range between 40 and 212 kilovolts.
    Baker, R.F., Ramberg, E.G. and Hillier, J.
    J. Appl. Phys. 13, 450-456 -1942

  14. A diffraction adapter for the electron microscope.
    Hillier, J., Baker, R.F. and Zworykin, V.K.
    J. Appl. Phys. 13, 571-577 - 1942

  15. The observation of crystalline reflections in electron microscope images.
    Hillier, J. and Baker, R.F.
    Phys. Rev. 61, 722-723 - 1942

  16. Description of stereo holder.
    Hillier, J., et al.
    Presented AAAS Meeting - 1942

  17. The RCA electron microscope.
    Hillier, J.
    Science Education '26, No, 3-4, 1-6 - 1942

  18. A scanning electron microscope.
    Zworykin, V.K., Hillier, J, and Snyder, R.L.
    ASTM Bull. (Aug.) 15-23 - 1942

  19. On microanalysis by electrons.
    Hillier, J.
    Phys., Rev. 64, 318-319 - 1943

  20. A compact, high resolving-power electron microscope.
    Zworykin, V.Y. and Hillier, J.
    Appl. Phys. 14, 658-673 - 1943

  21. The electron microanalyser.
    Hillier, J.
    Proc. E.M.S.A. - New York Meeting - 1944

  22. Electron microscopy.
    Hillier, J. and Zworykin, V.K.
    Elec. News and Engin. Can. (Sept. Oct. Nov.) - 1944

  23. Microanalysis by means of electrons.
    Hillier, J. and Baker, R.F.
    J. Appl. Phys. 15, 663-675 - 1944

  24. Electron microscopy.
    Hillier, J.
    Can. Chem. and Proc. Ind., Nov. - 1944

  25. Miscellaneous research on electron microscope parameters.
    Hillier, J. and Baker, R.F.
    Proc. E.M.S.A.- New York Meeting - 1944

  26. A dynamic method of correcting spherical aberrations in electron lenses.
    Zworykin, V.K., Ramberg, E.G. and Hillier, J.
    Proc, E.M.S.A. - New York Meeting - 1944

  27. Electron microscope.
    Zworykin, V.K., Hillier, J. and Vance, A.W.
    In Medical Physics, 387-396, Year Book Publishers, Chicago, Otto Glas, Ed. - 1944

  28. Electronic microscopy.
    Zworykin, V.K. and Hillier, J.
    Scientific Monthly 59, 165-179 - 1944

  29. On the artifacts produced by the use of distilled water as an intermediate medium in the mounting of bacterial specimens for the electron microscope.
    Hillier, J. and Kurkjian, A.
    J.Appl. Phys. 16, 264 - 1945

  30. A discussion of the illuminating system of the electron microscope.
    Hillier, J. and Baker, R.F.
    J. Appl. Phys. 16, 469-483 - 1945

  31. Further developments on the microanalyser.
    Hillier, J. and Baker, R.F.
    J. Appl. Phys. 16, 266- EMSA Abe. 23 - 1945

  32. The electron microscope.
    Hillier, J.
    Proc. Sci. See., Toil. Good. Assco., Dec. - 1945

  33. Electrons make patterns.
    Hillier, J.
    Radio Age, October, 1945

  34. Electrom microscopy
    Zworykin, V.K. and Hillier, J.
    J. Am. Pharm. Assoc. 6, 384-388 - 1945

  35. Electron optics and the electron microscope.
    Zworykin, V.K., Morton, G.A., Ramberg, E.G., Hillier, J. and Vance, A.
    J. Wiley and Sons, N.Y. - 1945

  36. The mounting of bacteria for electron microscope examination.
    Hillier, J. and Baker, R.F.
    J. Bact. 52, 411-416 - 1946

  37. The story of the electron microscope.
    Hillier, I.
    The Scientist Speaks - Ed. Warren Weaver (A radio talk) - 1946

  38. Further improvement in the resolving power of the electron microscope.
    Hillier, J.
    J. Appl. Phys. 17, 307-309 - 1946

  39. Electron microscopy.
    Hillier, J.
    Drug, Vitamin and Allied Industries, July, 10-11 - 1946

  40. A study of distortion in electron microscope projection lenses.
    Hillier, J.
    J. Appl. Phys. 17, 411-419 - 1946

  41. Electron microscopy advances.
    Hillier, J.
    Blueprints 4 No. 7, 3 - 1946 (short squib)

  42. Electron microscopy.
    Hillier, J.
    Am. Cer. Soc. Bull. 25, 438-448 - 1946

  43. Specimen mounting techniques for inorganic chemicals.
    Hillier, J.
    J. Appl. Phys. 17, 66, E.M.S.A. Abst. 8 - 1946

  44. A study of distortion in electron microscope projection lenses
    Hillier, J.
    J. Appl. Phys. 17, 66, E.M.S.A. Abst. 5 - 1946

  45. On the improvement of resolution in electron diffraction cameras.
    Hillier, J. and Baker, R.F.
    J. Appl. Phys. 17, 12-22 - 1946

  46. Contour fringes and asymmetries of electron microscope objectives
    Hillier, J. and Ramberg, E.G.
    Phys. Rev. - A.P.S. Meeting June - 1946

  47. Report of the Electron Microscope Society of America's committee on resolution
    Kinsinger, W.G., Hillier, J., Picard, R.G. and Zieler, H.W.
    J. Appl. Phys. 17, 989-996 - 1946

  48. Some practical aspects of electron microscopy.
    Zworykin, V.K. and Hillier, J.
    Colloid Chemistry V1 - Ed. J. Alexander, Reinhold, N.Y. 118-158 - 1946

  49. Single crystal electron diffraction by micro-crystalline materials.
    Davidson, N. and Hillier, J.
    J. Appl. Phys. 18, 499-511 - 1947

  50. Present status and future possibilities of the electron microscope.
    Hillier, J.
    RCA Rev. 8, 29-42 - 1947

  51. The electron microscope.
    Hillier, J.
    Industrial Radiography 6, 25-31 - 1947

  52. The mounting of bacteria for electron microscope examination.
    Hillier, J. and Baker, R.F.
    J. Appl. Phys. 18, 271 E.M.S.A. Abst. 16 - 1947

  53. The magnetic electron microscope objective; contour phenomena and the attainment of high resolving power.
    Hillier, J. and Ramberg, E.G.
    J. Appl. Phys. 18, 48-71 - 1947

  54. Further studies on the magnetic electron microscope objective.
    Hillier, J. and Ramberg, E.G.
    J. Appl. Phys., 18, 273, E.M.S.A. Abst. 27 - 1947

  55. A study with the high voltage electron microscope of the endospore and life cycle of Bacillus mycoides.
    Knaysi, G., Baker, R.F. and Hillier, J.
    J. Appl. Phys. 18, 271, E.M.S.A. Abst. 17 - 1947

  56. A study with the high-voltage electron microscope of the endospore and life cycle of Bacillus mycoides.
    Knaysi, G., Baker, R.F. and Hillier, J.
    J. Bact. 53, 525-537 - 1947

  57. Electron microscopy of colloidal systems.
    Turkerich, J. and Hillier, J.
    J. Appl. Phys. 18, 270, E.M.S.A. Abst. 6 - 1947

  58. Electron microscope. (Also Electron microscopy)
    Hillier, J.
    Encyclopaedia Britannica - 1948 - Copyright

  59. Cleaning of the Model EMU electron microscope.
    Hillier, J.
    Distributed as mimeographed booklet by ROA - 1948

  60. New worlds for sight.
    Hillier, J.
    Physics Today 1, 18-25, No. 5 - 1948

  61. The electron microscope. by D. Gabor
    Hillier, J.
    In Physics Today, November, p. 25. (Book Review) - 1948

  62. Investigation of specimen contamination in the electron microscope.
    Hillier, J.
    J. Appl. Phys. 19, 226-230 -1948

  63. On the possibility of demonstrating an intermediate level of structure in normal bacteria.
    Hillier, J.
    J. Appl. Phys. 19, 1188 (Abst.) E.M.S.A. 14 - 1948

  64. A study of the simultaneous electron and molecular bombardment of electron microscope specimens.
    Hillier, J.
    J. Appl. Phys. 19, 1191 E.M.S.A. Abst. 35 - 1948

  65. On the adjustment and manipulation of the electron microscope.
    Hillier, J.
    J. Appl. Phys. 19, 1191, E.M.S.A. Abst. 32 - 1948

  66. Observations with improved electron microscopic techniques on the internal structure of Escherichia coli cells and the generation of coliphage.
    Hillier, J., Mudd, S. and Smith, A.G.
    Sci. Proc. Am. Assoc. Path. and Bact., Am. J. Path. 24, 715-716 - 1948

  67. New preparation techniques for the electron microscopy of bacteria.
    Hillier, J., Knaysi, G. and Baker, R.F.
    J. Bact. 56, 569-576 - 1948

  68. Some new bacteriological techniques in electron microscopy.
    Hillier, J., Knaysi, G. and Baker, R.F.
    J. Appl. Phys. 19, 124, E.M.S.A. Abst. 41 - 1948

  69. On the visual focusing of an electron microscope.
    Hillier, J. and Ellis, S.G.
    J. Appl Phys. 12, 121, E.M.S.A. Abst. 26 - 1948

  70. The illuminating system of the electron microscope.
    Hillier, J. and Ellis, S.G.
    J. Appl. Phys. 19, 1190, E.M.S.A. Abst. 30 - 1948

  71. Chromatic aberration and resolving power in electron microscopy.
    Ramberg, E.G. and Hillier, J.
    J. Appl. Phys. 19, 678-682 - 1948

  72. The effect of chromatic error on the resolving power of dark field electron micrographs.
    Ramberg, E.G. and Hillier, J.
    J. Appl. Phys. 19, 121, E.M.S.A. Abst. 23 - 1948

  73. Electron micrograph studies of two strains of pleuropneumonia-like (L) organisms of human derivation.
    Smith, W.E., Hillier, J. and Mudd, S.
    J. Bact. 56, 589-601 - 1948

  74. L-type variation and bacterial reproduction by large bodies as seen in electron micrographic studies of Bactereroides funduliformis.
    Smith, W.E., Mudd, S. and Hillier, J.
    J. Bact. 56, 6o3-618 - 1948

  75. Electron microscopy and microanalysis - New methods in chemistry.
    Hillier, J.
    Recent advances in analytical ehemistry. Eds. R.E. Burk and O. Grummitt. Interscience Publishers, Inc., New York 103-156 - 1949

  76. New worlds for study.
    Hillier, J.
    Sci. Monthly 49, 161-168 - 1949

  77. Some remarks on the image contrast in electron microscopy and the two-component objective.
    Hillier, J.
    J. Bact. 57, 313-317 - 1949

  78. The illuminating system of the electron microscope.
    Hillier, J. and Ellis, S.G.
    J. Appl. Phys. 20, 700-706 - 1949

  79. Electron microscope.
    Hillier, J.
    Collier's encyclopaedia - 1949

  80. Internal structure and nuclei in cells of Escherichis coli, as shown by improved electron microscopic techniques.
    Hillier, J., Mudd, S. and Smith, A.G.
    J. Bact. 57, 319-338 - 1949

  81. Preliminary observations on the germination of the endospore in Bacilius megatherium and the structure of the spore coat.
    Knaysi, G. and Hillier, J.
    J. Bact. 57, 23-29 - 1949

  82. Electron microscopy of colloidal systems.
    Turkevich, J. and Hillier, J.
    Anal. Chem. 21, 471-485 - 1949

  83. Refined sectioning techniques for the electron microscope.
    Hillier, J.
    Proc. of Int. Cong. of Electron Microscopy - Paris - 1950

  84. Serial sections for electron micrography.
    Gettner, M. and. Hillier, J.
    J. Appl. Phys. 21, 68 - 1950

  85. Present status of electron microscopy.
    Hillier, J.
    Lecture abst. submitted to Washington Philosophical Society.- 1950

  86. A removable intermediate lens for extending the magnification range of an electron microscope.
    Hillier, J.
    J. Appl. Phys. 21, 785-790 - 1950

  87. Improved ultra-thin sectioning of tissue for the electron microscope.
    Hillier, J. and Gettner, M.E.
    J. Appl. Phys. 21, 889-895 - 1950

  88. Some refinements of rotary microtome modified for ultra-thin sectioning.
    Hillier, J. and Gettner, M.
    J. Appl. Phys. 21, 67, E.M.S.A. Abst. 13 - 1950

  89. On the testing of electron microscope objectives.
    Hillier, J. and Froula, H.
    J. Appl. Phys. 21, 66, E.M.S.A. Abst.4 - 1950

  90. Electron microscopy.
    Hillier, J.
    Biophysical research methods, 381-416. Ed. F.M. Uber, Interscience Publishers, Inc., New York - 1950

  91. A removable intermediate lens for the RCA model EMU.
    Hillier, J.
    J. Appl. Phys. 21, 71, E.M.S.A. Abst. 45 - 1950

  92. The electron microscope in industrial research.
    Hillier, J.
    Second symposium on varnish and paint chemistry - N.Y. University, pp. 1-15 - 1950

  93. Electron microscopy of microorganisms and viruses.
    Hillier, J.
    Ann. REv. Microbiol. 4, 1-20 - 1950

  94. New Worlds for study.
    Hillier, J.
    Centennial AAAS Washington 289-296 - 1950

  95. The "fixation" of electron microscopic specimens by the electron bean.
    Hillier, J., Mudd, S., Smith, A.G. and Beutner, E.H.
    J. Bact. 60, 641-654 - 1950

  96. Sectioning of tissue for electron microscopy.
    Hillier, J. and Gettner, M.E.
    Science 112, 520-523 - 1950

  97. Some theoretical and practical considerations of image contrast in the electron microscope.
    Hillier, J. and Ramberg, E.G.
    Proc. Conf. El.Mic., Delft, 1949, 42-48 - 1950

  98. Increase of contrast in electron microscopy.
    Hillier, J. and Ramberg, E.G.
    Z. angew. Phys., 2, 273-278 - 1950

  99. The cytology of an avian strain of Mycobacterium tuberculosis studied with the electron and light microscopes.
    Knaysi, G., Hillier, J. and Fabricant, C.
    J. Bact. 60, 635-639 - 1950

  100. Electron and light microscopic studies of bacterial nuclei. III The nuclear sites in metal shadowed cells of Escherichia coli.
    Mudd, S., Smith, A.G., Hillier, J. and Beutner, E.H.
    J. Bact. 60, 635-639 - 1950

  101. Electron microscopy and small angle x-ray scattering.
    Turkevich, J., Hubbell, H.W. and Hillier, J.
    Proc. Far. Soc.

  102. Cultural properties and pathogentcity of certain microorganisms obtained from various proliferative and neoplastic diseases.
    Wuerthele-Caspe, V,, Alexander-Jackson, E.,Anderson, J.A., Hillier, J., Allen, R.M. and Smith, L.W.
    Am. J. of the Medical Sciences 220, 638-648 - 1950

  103. Microscopy: electron
    Zworykin, V.K. and Hillier, J.
    In Medical Physics, 2, The Year Book Publishers, Chicago, Ill. - 1950. Ed. 0tto Glasser

  104. Polymorphism in bacteriophages for Erwinia carotovora.
    Chapman, G., Hillier, J. and Johnson, F.
    J. Bact. - 1951

  105. On the "fixation" of electron microscope specimens by electron bombardment.
    Hillier, J., Mudd, Stuart and Smith, A.G.
    J. Appl. Phys. 22, ll4 - 1951 (Abst.)

  106. An experimental study of image contrast at 50, 100 and 150 kV.
    Hillier, J. and Ellis, S.G.
    J. Appl. Phys. 22, 110-111 - 1951 (abstract)

  107. Further developments in the electron microscopic study of tissue sections.
    Hillier, J.
    J. Appl. Phys. 22, 115 - 1951. (abstract)

  108. On the sharpening of microtome knives for ultra-thin sectioning.
    Hillier, J.
    J. Appl. Phys. 22, 115 - 1951 (abstract)

  109. Preliminary results from a quantitative appraisal of the effect of the accelerating potential on image quality.
    Hillier, J. and Ellis, S.G.
    Proc. de Congres International de Microscopie Electronique, Paris - 1951

  110. On the sharpening of microtome knives for ultra-thin sectioning.
    Hillier, J.
    Rev. Sci. Inst. - 1951

  111. An objective for use in the electron microscopy of ultra-thin sections.
    Hillier, J.
    J. Appl. Phys. 22 - 1951

  112. Ultra-thin sections for the electron microscopy of tissues.
    Hillier, J.
    Proc. N.Y. Academy of Sciences - 1951