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X-ray photoelectron studies of scandium and its hydride and oxide. Journal of Physics F: Metal Physics 7, L305 (1977).
XPS study of the interaction of nickel (II) ions with alumina. Journal of Catalysis 55, 250–254 (1978).
Visualization, Manipulation, and Verification of Molecular Mechanical Operations on Individual Molecules. (Submitted).
Vertical inertial sliding drive for coarse and fine approaches in scanning probe microscopy. Review of scientific instruments 78, 036110 (2007).
Unoccupied electronic states of graphite as probed by inverse-photoemission and tunneling spectroscopy. Physical Review B 33, 5770 (1986).
Ultimate Limits of Fabrication and Measurements. NATO ASI Series 292, (1995).
Tunneling Processes within a C60 Molecule. Probe Microscopy 1, 269–276 (Submitted).
Translating biomolecular recognition into nanomechanics. Science 288, 316–318 (2000).
Transition from tunneling to point contact investigated by scanning tunneling microscopy and spectroscopy. Surface Science 189, 15–23 (1987).
Transition from the tunneling regime to point contact studied using scanning tunneling microscopy. Physical Review B 36, 1284 (1987).
Sensor Technology in the Netherlands: State of the Art 33–42 (Springer Netherlands, 1998).
Thermal analysis using a micromechanical calorimeter. Applied Physics Letters 69, 40–42 (1996).
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).
Theoretical aspects and experimental results of STM studies in polar liquids. Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 3, S121 (1991).
Templating a face-centered cubic (110) termination of C< sub> 60. Surface science 367, L79–L84 (1996).
Surface Topography Studies Of Nanocrystalline Si by STM. 29th Annual Technical Symposium 98–101 (International Society for Optics and Photonics, 1986).
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).
Supramolecular assembly of individual C 60 molecules on a monolayer of 4, 4′-dimethylbianthrone molecules. Applied Physics A: Materials Science & Processing 66, S745–S748 (1998).
Stress at the solid-liquid interface of self-assembled monolayers on gold investigated with a nanomechanical sensor. Langmuir 16, 9694–9696 (2000).
Stable and metastable reconstructions at the C< sub> 60/Au (110) interface. Surface science 331, 1129–1135 (1995).
Stable and metastable reconstructions at the C sub 60/Au (110) interface. Surf. Sci.(The Netherlands) 331, 1129–1135 (1994).
Spatially resolved tunneling along a molecular wire. Physical review letters 83, 2809 (1999).
Solvent dynamical effects in scanning tunneling microscopy with a polar liquid in the gap. Journal of electroanalytical chemistry and interfacial electrochemistry 308, 333–337 (1991).
Size-dependent light emission from mass-selected clusters. The European Physical Journal D-Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics 2, 79–82 (1998).
Single crystals of single-walled carbon nanotubes formed by self-assembly. Science 292, 1136–1139 (2001).
Silver films condensed at 300 and 90 K: scanning tunneling microscopy of their surface topography. Physical review letters 55, 951 (1985).
Sequential position readout from arrays of micromechanical cantilever sensors. Applied Physics Letters 72, 383–385 (1998).
Scrape-off measurements during Alfvén wave heating in the TCA tokamak. Journal of Nuclear Materials 121, 22–28 (1984).
Scanning-tunneling-microscope study of antiphase domain boundaries, dislocations, and local mass transport on Au (110) surfaces. Physical Review B 45, 6844 (1992).
Scanning Tunneling Microscopy and Related Methods 269–280 (Springer Netherlands, 1990).
Scanning tunneling microscopy of surface microstructure on rough surfaces. SPIE MILESTONE SERIES MS 107, 249–249 (1995).
Scanning tunneling microscopy of surface microstructure on rough surfaces. IBM journal of research and development 30, 472–477 (1986).
Scanning tunneling microscopy of ordered C60 and C70 layers on Au (111), Cu (111), Ag (110), and Au (110) surfaces. Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B 12, 1942–1946 (1994).
Scanning tunneling microscopy of nanocrystalline silicon surfaces. Surface Science 168, 795–800 (1986).
Scanning tunneling microscopy of individual molecules of copper phthalocyanine adsorbed on polycrystalline silver surfaces. Surface Science 181, 267–277 (1987).
Scanning tunneling microscopy of individual molecules: beyond imaging. Surface science 386, 101–114 (1997).
A scanning tunneling microscopy investigation of 4, 4′-dimethylbianthrone molecules adsorbed on Cu (111). Surface science 383, 37–49 (1997).
Scanning tunneling microscopy. Le Journal de Physique IV 3, C7–41 (1993).
A SCANNING TUNNELING MICROSCOPIC (STM) STUDY OF THE SURFACE TOPOGRAPHY OF PLASMA-DEPOSITED NANOCRYSTALLINE SILICON. (1985).
Scanning tunneling and local probe studies of fullerenes. NATO ASI Series E Applied Sciences-Advanced Study Institute 316, 117–138 (1996).
Optical Properties of Low Dimensional Silicon Structures 157–162 (Springer Netherlands, 1993).
Room temperature supramolecular repositioning at molecular interfaces using a scanning tunneling microscope. Surface science 371, L231–L234 (1997).
Room temperature molecular recognition and manipulation on an individual basis. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CELL BIOLOGY 74, 9–9 (WISSENSCHAFTLICHE VERLAG MBH BIRKENWALDSTRASSE 44, POSTFACH 10 10 61, 70009 STUTTGART, GERMANY, 1997).
Repositioning of C\_60 molecules on surfaces at room temperature. APS March Meeting Abstracts 1, 2505 (1997).
The reactions of oxygen and water with the rare-earth metals terbium to lutetium studied by x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. Surface Science 61, 468–482 (1976).
The reaction of oxygen and water with iron films studied by X-Ray photoelectron spectroscopy. Surface Science 62, 386–396 (1977).
Proposal for the simulation of electrochemical charge transfer in the scanning tunneling microscope. Journal of electroanalytical chemistry and interfacial electrochemistry 251, 241–245 (1988).