Publications

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Observation of local photoemission using a scanning tunneling microscope. Ultramicroscopy 42, 366–370 (1992).
Gimzewski, J. James Gimzewski discusses the potential of nanobiotechnology. Interview by Rebecca N. Lawrence. Drug discovery today 7, 18–21 (2002).
The reaction of oxygen and water with iron films studied by X-Ray photoelectron spectroscopy. Surface Science 62, 386–396 (1977).
A novel method for the determination of the energies of impurity ions bombarding a solid surface exposed to a low pressure plasma. Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology A 2, 35–39 (1984).
Gimzewski, J. Molecular Recognition, Conformational Identification, and Manipulation Using Scanning Tunneling Microscopy. APS Division of Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics Meeting Abstracts 1, (1998).
Observation of a chemical reaction using a micromechanical sensor. Chemical Physics Letters 217, 589–594 (1994).
Interaction of ozone with nickel ions adsorbed on alumina. Journal of Catalysis 47, 79–84 (1977).
Investigation of the initial stages of oxidation of microcrystalline silicon by means of X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy. Solid state communications 47, 747–751 (1983).
. EPITAXIALLY LAYERED STRUCTURE. (1997).
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).
Observation of mass transport on Au (110)-(1$\times$ 2) reconstructed surfaces using scanning tunneling microscopy. Surface Science 247, 327–332 (1991).
Gimzewski, J. K. Photons and Local Probes 189–208 (Springer Netherlands, 1995).
Nanoscale science of single molecules using local probes. Science 283, 1683–1688 (1999).
Enhanced photon emission in scanning tunnelling microscopy. EPL (Europhysics Letters) 8, 435 (1989).
Investigation of impurity retention, implantation and sputtering phenomena on au and c surfaces exposed to the scrape-off-layer. Journal of Nuclear Materials 128, 703–704 (1984).
Gimzewski, J. K. et al. Rotation of a single molecule within a supramolecular bearing. Science 281, 531–533 (1998).
X-ray photoelectron studies of scandium and its hydride and oxide. Journal of Physics F: Metal Physics 7, L305 (1977).
Scanning tunneling microscopy of individual molecules: beyond imaging. Surface science 386, 101–114 (1997).
Gimzewski, J. K. 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).
Gimzewski, J. K. 2. TOPOGRAPHIC IMAGING. (Submitted).
Gimzewski, J. K. et al. Impurity recycling and retention on Au and C surfaces exposed to the scrape-off layer of the TCA tokamak. Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology A 4, 90–96 (1986).
Micro/Nanotribology and Its Applications 299–309 (Springer Netherlands, 1997).
Gimzewski, J. K. et al. Near Field Optics 333–340 (Springer Netherlands, 1993).
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).
Transition from tunneling to point contact investigated by scanning tunneling microscopy and spectroscopy. Surface Science 189, 15–23 (1987).
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).
XPS study of the interaction of nickel (II) ions with alumina. Journal of Catalysis 55, 250–254 (1978).
15 Immunological Biosensors. The Immunoassay Handbook 265 (2005).
Scanning tunneling microscopy of nanocrystalline silicon surfaces. Surface Science 168, 795–800 (1986).
Scanning tunneling microscopy of surface microstructure on rough surfaces. IBM journal of research and development 30, 472–477 (1986).
Gimzewski, J. K. Scanning tunneling and local probe studies of fullerenes. NATO ASI Series E Applied Sciences-Advanced Study Institute 316, 117–138 (1996).