# Publications

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Book Chapter
Scanning Probe Microscopy 11–48 (Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1998).
Micro/Nanotribology and Its Applications 299–309 (Springer Netherlands, 1997).
Micro/Nanotribology and Its Applications 299–309 (Springer Netherlands, 1997).
. Molecular Machines and Motors 1–18 (Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2001).
Conference Paper
Cellular nanomechanics measured by atomic force microscope as a marker for malignancy in patient body fluid samples. CANCER CYTOPATHOLOGY 111, 437–437 (JOHN WILEY & SONS INC 111 RIVER ST, HOBOKEN, NJ 07030 USA, 2007).
CONTACTING A SINGLE C60 MOLECULE. Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop: (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, 1994).
Element-Specific Contrast in STM via Resonant Tunneling. APS March Meeting Abstracts 1, 1908 (1996).
Rao, J. et al. Nanomechanical Analysis of Urothelial Cells as a Marker for Bladder Cancer. CANCER CYTOPATHOLOGY 117, 369–370 (JOHN WILEY & SONS INC 111 RIVER ST, HOBOKEN, NJ 07030 USA, 2009).
Journal Article
Cross, S. E. et al. AFM-based analysis of human metastatic cancer cells. Nanotechnology 19, 384003 (2008).
Pawin, G. et al. Amplification of Conformational Effects via tert-Butyl Groups: Hexa-tert-butyl Decacyclene on Cu (100) at Room Temperature. Langmuir 29, 7309–7317 (2013).
Analysis of low-voltage I (V) characteristics of a single C60 molecule. EPL (Europhysics Letters) 30, 409 (1995).
Answers to Question Set 4. (Submitted).
Scandella, L. et al. Combination of single crystal zeolites and microfabrication: Two applications towards zeolite nanodevices. Microporous and mesoporous materials 21, 403–409 (1998).
. Comment on“Physical Picture for Light Emission in Scanning Tunneling Microscopy”. Physical review letters 84, 2034–2034 (2000).
Chisholm, M. F. et al. Comment on" Single Crystals of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Formed by Self-Assembly". Science 300, 1236–1236 (2003).
Contacting molecular nanostructures. Molecular mechanics, charge Transfer, and transport properties. NATO ASI Series E Applied Sciences-Advanced Study Institute 341, (1997).
Contacting molecular nanostructures. Molecular mechanics, charge Transfer, and transport properties. NATO ASI Series E Applied Sciences-Advanced Study Institute 341, (1997).
Controlled room-temperature positioning of individual molecules: molecular flexure and motion. SCIENCE-NEW YORK THEN WASHINGTON- 181–183 (1996).
Controlled room-temperature positioning of individual molecules: molecular flexure and motion. SCIENCE-NEW YORK THEN WASHINGTON- 181–183 (1996).
Loppacher, C. et al. Direct determination of the energy required to operate a single molecule switch. Physical review letters 90, 066107 (2003).
Electromagnetic interactions of metallic objects in nanometer proximity. Physical review letters 71, 3493 (1993).
An electromechanical amplifier using a single molecule. Chemical Physics Letters 265, 353–357 (1997).
Electronic transparence of a single C 60 molecule. Physical review letters 74, 2102 (1995).
Electronic Transparence of a Single ${\mathrm{C}}_{60}$ Molecule. Phys. Rev. Lett. 74, 2102–2105 (1995).
Electronics using hybrid-molecular and mono-molecular devices. Nature 408, 541–548 (2000).
Fundamental considerations in the manipulation of a single C< sub> 60 molecule on a surface with an STM. Surface science 386, 115–123 (1997).
Green tea extract selectively targets nanomechanics of live metastatic cancer cells. Nanotechnology 22, 215101 (2011).
Pyne, A. et al. High-speed atomic force microscopy of dental enamel dissolution in citric acid. Archives of histology and cytology 72, 209–215 (2009).
Inelastic tunneling excitation of tip-induced plasmon modes on noble-metal surfaces. Physical review letters 67, 3796 (1991).
James, G. Label-Free Biodetection Using Capacitive Micromachined Ultrasonic Transducers (CMUTs) and Its Application for Cardiovascular Disease Diagnostics. Journal of Nanomedicine & Nanotechnology (2012).
Jr, J. T. Yates et al. Materials index. Surface Science 386, 351–354 (1997).
Jr, J. T. Yates et al. Materials index. Surface Science 386, 351–354 (1997).
Jr, J. T. Yates et al. Materials index. Surface Science 386, 351–354 (1997).
Nanomechanical analysis of cells from cancer patients. Nature nanotechnology 2, 780–783 (2007).
Nanoscale science of single molecules using local probes. Science 283, 1683–1688 (1999).
A nanoscale single-molecule amplifier and its consequences. Proceedings of the IEEE 86, 184–190 (1998).
One-dimensional metal structures at decorated steps. Applied Physics A 61, 467–474 (1995).
Physical principles of the single-C 60 transistor effect. Physical Review B 58, 16407 (1998).
Azov, V. A. et al. Resorcin [4] arene Cavitand-Based Molecular Switches. Advanced Functional Materials 16, 147–156 (2006).
Gimzewski, J. K. et al. Rotation of a single molecule within a supramolecular bearing. Science 281, 531–533 (1998).
Gimzewski, J. K. et al. Rotation of a single molecule within a supramolecular bearing. Science 281, 531–533 (1998).
Scanning tunneling microscopy of individual molecules: beyond imaging. Surface science 386, 101–114 (1997).
Hofmann, F. et al. Scrape-off measurements during Alfvén wave heating in the TCA tokamak. Journal of Nuclear Materials 121, 22–28 (1984).
Langlais, V. J. et al. Spatially resolved tunneling along a molecular wire. Physical review letters 83, 2809 (1999).
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).