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6D-1 The Capacitive Micromachined Ultrasonic Transducer (CMUT) as a Chem/Bio Sensor. Ultrasonics Symposium, 2007. IEEE 472–475 (IEEE, 2007).
An artificial nose based on a micromechanical cantilever array. Analytica Chimica Acta 393, 59–65 (1999).
A cantilever array-based artificial nose. Ultramicroscopy 82, 1–9 (2000).
Charras, GT, see Lehenkari, PP 82 (2000) 289. Ultramicroscopy 82, 310 (2000).
A chemical sensor based on a microfabricated cantilever array with simultaneous resonance-frequency and bending readout. Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 77, 122–131 (2001).
A chemical sensor based on a micromechanical cantilever array for the identification of gases and vapors. Applied Physics A: Materials Science & Processing 66, S61–S64 (1998).
Combination of single crystal zeolites and microfabrication: Two applications towards zeolite nanodevices. Microporous and mesoporous materials 21, 403–409 (1998).
Micro Total Analysis Systems’ 9 57–60 (Springer Netherlands, 1998).
Integration of silicon micromechanical arrays with molecular monolayers for miniaturized sensor systems. Sensors and Their Applications VIII, Proceedings of the eighth conference on Sensors and their Applications, held in Glasgow, UK, 7-10 September 1997 7, 71 (1997).
Micromechanical Thermal Gravimetry Performed on one Single Zeolite Crystal. Helvetica Physica Acta 71, 3–4 (1998).
Micromechanical thermogravimetry. Chemical Physics Letters 294, 363–369 (1998).
Micro Total Analysis Systems’ 9 117–120 (Springer Netherlands, 1998).
Micromechanics: A toolbox for femtoscale science:“Towards a laboratory on a tip”. Microelectronic engineering 35, 373–379 (1997).
The nanomechanical NOSE. Micro Electro Mechanical Systems, 1999. MEMS'99. Twelfth IEEE International Conference on 9–13 (IEEE, 1999).
Sequential position readout from arrays of micromechanical cantilever sensors. Applied Physics Letters 72, 383–385 (1998).
Stress at the solid-liquid interface of self-assembled monolayers on gold investigated with a nanomechanical sensor. Langmuir 16, 9694–9696 (2000).
Surface stress in the self-assembly of alkanethiols on gold probed. by a force microscopy technique. Applied Physics A: Materials Science & Processing 66, S55–S59 (1998).
Sensor Technology in the Netherlands: State of the Art 33–42 (Springer Netherlands, 1998).
Translating biomolecular recognition into nanomechanics. Science 288, 316–318 (2000).