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The assembly of single-layer graphene oxide and graphene using molecular templates.
It is found that the GO sheets do not adhere to the bare Au surface and could be modulated by adjusting the pH of the deposition solution.
Scanning tunneling microscopy, orbital-mediated tunneling spectroscopy, and ultraviolet photoelectron spectroscopy of metal(II) tetraphenylporphyrins deposited from vapor.
- L. Scudiero, D. Barlow, U. Mazur, K. W. Hipps
- PhysicsJournal of the American Chemical Society
- 29 March 2001
This work is the first report of the observation of STM-OMTS, tunnel junction OMTS, and UPS of the same compounds and provides more information than UPS or tunnel junction-based OMTS and does so with molecular-scale resolution.
Barnacle Balanus amphitrite adheres by a stepwise cementing process.
The experiments point to the need to reexamine the role of phenolic components in barnacle adhesion, long discounted despite their prevalence in structural membranes of arthropods and crustaceans, as they may contribute to chemical processes that strengthen adhesion through intermolecular cross-linking.
Characterization of the adhesive plaque of the barnacle Balanus amphitrite: amyloid-like nanofibrils are a major component.
- D. Barlow, G. Dickinson, B. Orihuela, J. Kulp, D. Rittschof, K. Wahl
- Materials Science, BiologyLangmuir : the ACS journal of surfaces and…
- 19 February 2010
The combined results indicate that the nanofibrillar structures are consistent with amyloid, with globular protein components also identified in the cement.
The applicability of Impranil®DLN for gauging the biodegradation of polyurethanes
A self-organized 2-dimensional bifunctional structure formed by supramolecular design.
- K. W. Hipps, L. Scudiero, D. Barlow, M. P. Cooke
- Materials Science, PhysicsJournal of the American Chemical Society
- 16 February 2002
A well-ordered planar structure that self-assembles through the influence of fluorine-phenyl interactions is demonstrated, the first in a new class of fully 2D materials based both upon weak intermolecular interactions and upon image charges and weak interactions associated with adsorption on metal surfaces.
Scanning Tunneling Microscopy, Orbital-Mediated Tunneling Spectroscopy, and Ultraviolet Photoelectron Spectroscopy of Nickel(II) Octaethylporphyrin Deposited from Vapor
Thin films of vapor-deposited Ni(II) octaethylporphyrin (NiOEP) were studied supported on gold. Thin films thermally deposited onto flame-annealed Au (111) were analyzed by ultraviolet photoelectron…
The importance of correcting for variable probe-sample interactions in AFM-IR spectroscopy: AFM-IR of dried bacteria on a polyurethane film.
AFM-IR is a combined atomic force microscopy-infrared spectroscopy method that shows promise for nanoscale chemical characterization of biological-materials interactions. In an effort to apply this…
A Direct Quantitative Agar-Plate Based Assay for Analysis of Pseudomonas protegens PF-5 Degradation of Polyurethane Films (Postprint)
Growth and development of the barnacle Amphibalanus amphitrite: time and spatially resolved structure and chemistry of the base plate
In situ and ex situ analysis of the interface support the hypothesis that barnacle interface development is a complex process coupling sequential, timed secretory events and morphological changes, which results in a multi-layered interface that concomitantly fulfills the roles of strongly adhering to a substratum while permitting continuous molting and radial growth at the periphery.