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Message From Past Chief Editor.

Dear Reader,

With this issue (Volume 106, No. 2, March-April 2001), Theodore Vorburger succeeds me as Chief Editor of the Journal of Research of the National Institute of Standards and Technology. It has been my pleasure to serve as Chief Editor of the Journal, the flagship periodic publication of the national metrology institute of the United States, for a little over 12 years. (My first issue was Volume 94, No. 1, January-February, 1989.) During this time, I, together with the other members of the Board of Editors of the Journal, attempted to bring to the Journal's readers outstanding papers that reflected the diverse scientific and technical programs of NIST, as well as succinct descriptions via the News Briefs of the most exciting current work of the NIST staff. I am pleased to be able to assure you that Ted plans to continue to the utmost of his outstanding abilities this long tradition of the Journal and its predecessors and, as a result, that you will continue to find each issue worthy of your attention.

Barry N. Taylor
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