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Fundamental and practical aspects of differential scanning tunneling microscopy. Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B 9, 643–647 (1991).
Forces with submolecular resolution between the probing tip and Cu-TBPP molecules on Cu (100) observed with a combined AFM/STM. Applied Physics A 72, S105–S108 (2001).
Force Sensing in Scanning Tunneling Microscopy. IBM, Rüschlikon 1 (1986).
A flexible, highly stable electrochemical scanning probe microscope for nanoscale studies at the solid-liquid interface. Review of Scientific Instruments 79, 103701 (2008).
Fine structure in field emission resonances at surfaces. Journal of Microscopy 152, 841–851 (1988).
Field emission scanning Auger microscope (FESAM). Surface Science 189, 36–43 (1987).
A femtojoule calorimeter using micromechanical sensors. Review of Scientific Instruments 65, 3793–3798 (1994).
Extra-atomic relaxation in HCl, ClF, and Cl2 from x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. The Journal of Chemical Physics 78, 5437–5442 (1983).
Extended-x-ray-absorption fine-structure amplitude attenuation in Br 2: Relationship to satellites in the x-ray photoelectron spectrum. Physical Review A 20, 2405 (1979).
Experimental observation of forces acting during scanning tunneling microscopy. Physical review letters 57, 2403 (1986).
Excitation of Fe 1s core-level photoelectrons with synchrotron radiation. Journal of Physics F: Metal Physics 7, L345 (1977).
Erratum: A femtojoule calorimeter using micromechanical sensors [Rev. Sci. Instrum. 65, 3793 (1994)]. Review of Scientific Instruments 66, 3083–3083 (1995).
Epitaxial growth of C 60 on Ag (110) studied by scanning tunneling microscopy and tunneling spectroscopy. Physical Review B 50, 5810 (1994).
Enhanced photon emission in scanning tunnelling microscopy. EPL (Europhysics Letters) 8, 435 (1989).
Electronics using hybrid-molecular and mono-molecular devices. Nature 408, 541–548 (2000).
Electron spectroscopic investigations of the influence of initial-and final-state effects on electronegativity. Journal of the American Chemical Society 102, 4873–4879 (1980).
An electromechanical amplifier using a single molecule. Chemical Physics Letters 265, 353–357 (1997).
Electromagnetic interactions of metallic objects in nanometer proximity. Physical review letters 71, 3493 (1993).
Effect of surface contamination and pretreatment on the hydrogen diffusion into and out of titanium under plasma conditions. Journal of Nuclear Materials 103, 465–469 (1981).
THE EFFECT OF A HYDROGEN PLASMA ON THE HYDRIDING OF TITANIUM: KINETICS AND EQUILIBRIUM CONCENTRATION. (Submitted).
Direct observation of individual nanometer-sized light-emitting structures on porous silicon surfaces. EPL (Europhysics Letters) 23, 197 (1993).
Direct determination of the energy required to operate a single molecule switch. Physical review letters 90, 066107 (2003).
Design and performance analysis of a three-dimensional sample translation device used in ultrahigh vacuum scanned probe microscopy. Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B 14, 827–831 (1996).
Core-level electron–electron coincidence spectroscopy. Review of scientific instruments 55, 696–711 (1984).
Core-ionization energies and the anomalous basicity of arsabenzene and phosphabenzene. Journal of the American Chemical Society 101, 1764–1767 (1979).
Cooperative self-assembly of Au atoms and C 60 on Au (110) surfaces. Physical review letters 72, 1036 (1994).
Controlled room-temperature positioning of individual molecules: molecular flexure and motion. SCIENCE-NEW YORK THEN WASHINGTON- 181–183 (1996).
Contacting molecular nanostructures. Molecular mechanics, charge Transfer, and transport properties. NATO ASI Series E Applied Sciences-Advanced Study Institute 341, (1997).
A comparative study of coldly-and warmly-condensed Ag films by scanning tunneling microscopy. Surface Science 162, 961–964 (1985).
Comment on“Physical Picture for Light Emission in Scanning Tunneling Microscopy”. Physical review letters 84, 2034–2034 (2000)..
Combination of single crystal zeolites and microfabrication: Two applications towards zeolite nanodevices. Microporous and mesoporous materials 21, 403–409 (1998).
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).
Charras, GT, see Lehenkari, PP 82 (2000) 289. Ultramicroscopy 82, 310 (2000).
Cell Biology: Local Nanomechanical Motion of the Cell Wall of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. SCIENCE-NEW YORK THEN WASHINGTON- 1147–1149 (2004).
CELL AND DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY-Analysis of type IV pilus and its associated motility in Myxococcus xanthus using an antibody reactive with native pilin and pili. Microbiology-Reading 151, 353–360 (2005).
A cantilever array-based artificial nose. Ultramicroscopy 82, 1–9 (2000).
Boron and doped boron first wall coatings by plasma CVD. Journal of Nuclear Materials 103, 257–260 (1981).
BORON AND DOPED BORON 1ST WALL COATINGS BY PLASMA CVD. JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MATERIALS 103, 257–260 (1982).
Bias-dependent STM images of oxygen-induced structures on Ti (0001) facets. Surface science 310, 85–88 (1994).
Atomic resolution in photon emission induced by a scanning tunneling microscope. Physical review letters 74, 102 (1995).
Aspects of photon emission from metallic surfaces in the scanning tunneling microscope. physica status solidi (a) 131, 31–33 (1992).
An artificial nose based on a micromechanical cantilever array. Analytica Chimica Acta 393, 59–65 (1999).
Answers to Question Set 4. (Submitted).
Analysis of low-voltage I (V) characteristics of a single C60 molecule. EPL (Europhysics Letters) 30, 409 (1995).
Surface Topography Studies Of Nanocrystalline Si by STM. 29th Annual Technical Symposium 98–101 (International Society for Optics and Photonics, 1986).
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).
Photon Emission from C60 in a Nanoscopic Cavity. Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop: (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, 1994).