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ORGN 414-Folding polyrotaxanes using secondary noncovalent bonding interactions. ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 235, (AMER CHEMICAL SOC 1155 16TH ST, NW, WASHINGTON, DC 20036 USA, 2008).
On-demand nanodevice with electrical and neuromorphic multifunction realized by local ion migration. ACS nano 6, 9515–9521 (2012).
Observations of image contrast and dimerization of decacyclene by low temperature scanning tunneling microscopy. The Journal of chemical physics 127, 174703 (2007).
OPTICAL CYTOMETRY. (2009).
Observation of nanoscale dynamics in cantilever sensor arrays. Nanotechnology 17, 3873 (2006).
Observation of nuclear fusion driven by a pyroelectric crystal. Nature 434, 1115–1117 (2005).
One-dimensional metal structures at decorated steps. Applied Physics A 61, 467–474 (1995).
Observation of the temporal evolution of the (1 times 2) reconstructed Au (110) surface using scanning tunneling microscopy. Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology. B, Microelectronics Processing and Phenomena;(United States) 9, (Submitted).
Observation of local photoemission using a scanning tunneling microscope. Ultramicroscopy 42, 366–370 (1992).
Observation of a chemical reaction using a micromechanical sensor. Chemical Physics Letters 217, 589–594 (1994).
Near Field Optics 333–340 (Springer Netherlands, 1993).
Observation of mass transport on Au (110)-(1$\times$ 2) reconstructed surfaces using scanning tunneling microscopy. Surface Science 247, 327–332 (1991).
Oxidation of scandium by oxygen and water studied by XPS. Surface Science 80, 298–305 (1979).
Observation of a new Au (111) reconstruction at the interface of an adsorbed C< sub> 60 overlayer. Chemical physics letters 213, 401–406 (1993).
Observation of mass transport on Au (110)-(1$\times$ 2) reconstructed surfaces using scanning tunneling microscopy. Surface Science Letters 247, A213 (1990).
Observation of the temporal evolution of the (1$\times$ 2) reconstructed Au (110) surface using scanning tunneling microscopy. Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B 9, 897–901 (1991).