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Sensor Technology in the Netherlands: State of the Art 33–42 (Springer Netherlands, 1998).
Templating a face-centered cubic (110) termination of C< sub> 60. Surface science 367, L79–L84 (1996).
A theoretical and experimental study of neuromorphic atomic switch networks for reservoir computing. Nanotechnology 24, 384004 (2013).
Theoretical aspects and experimental results of STM studies in polar liquids. Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 3, S121 (1991).
Is There A Minimum Size and a Maximum Speed for a Nanoscale Amplifier?. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 852, 243–256 (1998).
Thermal analysis using a micromechanical calorimeter. Applied Physics Letters 69, 40–42 (1996).
Thermodynamic Self-Assembly of Two-Dimensional $π$-Conjugated Metal–Porphyrin Covalent Organic Frameworks by “On-Site” Equilibrium Polymerization. Journal of nanoscience and nanotechnology 14, 2211–2216 (2014).
Thermodynamically controlled self-assembly of covalent nanoarchitectures in aqueous solution. ACS nano 5, 3923–3929 (2011).
Thin film interference in the optomechanical response of micromechanical silicon cantilevers. Applied physics letters 89, 241916 (2006).
Time dependence of the frequency and amplitude of the local nanomechanical motion of yeast. Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology and Medicine 1, 178–183 (2005).
Transition from the tunneling regime to point contact studied using scanning tunneling microscopy. Physical Review B 36, 1284 (1987).
Transition from tunneling to point contact investigated by scanning tunneling microscopy and spectroscopy. Surface Science 189, 15–23 (1987).
Translating biomolecular recognition into nanomechanics. Science 288, 316–318 (2000).
Tunneling characteristics at atomic resolution on close-packed metal surfaces. Ultramicroscopy 42, 528–532 (1992).
Tunneling Processes within a C60 Molecule. Probe Microscopy 1, 269–276 (Submitted).