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Publications (accepted or published) that use data generated using the core’s capabilities:
  1. Lee, D. & Ryu, S. A Validation Study of the Repeatability and Accuracy of AFM Indentation Using Polyacrylamide Gels and Colloidal Probes. J. Biomechanical Engineering 139, 044502 (2017)
  2. E. Peng, A. Tsubaki, C.A. Zuhlke, M. Wang, R. Bell, M.J. Lucis, T.P. Anderson, D.R. Alexander, G. Gogos and J.E. Shield, “Micro/Nanostructures formation by femtosecond laser surface processing on amorphous and polycrystalline Ni60Nb40,” Appl. Surf. Sci. 396, 1170 (2017).
  3. A.T. Tsubaki, M.A. Koten, M.J. Lucis, C.A. Zuhlke, N.A. Ianno, J.E. Shield and D.A. Alexander, “Formation of aggregated nanoparticle spheres through femtosecond laser surface processing,” Appl. Surf. Sci. 419, 778 (2017).
  4. Jingjing Zhao, Xiaopeng Zheng, Yehao Deng, Tao Li, Yuchuan Shao, Alexei Gruverman, Jeffrey Shield and Jinsong Huang, “Is Cu a stable electrode material in hybrid perovskite solar cells for a 30-year lifetime?”, Energy Environ. Sci. 9, 3650 (2016).
  5. Wen Qian, Charles Nguyen, Joseph A. Turner, Dalie Liu, “Electron-Beam-Induced Deposition of Carbon Nanorod via Spot Mode as Highly Stable and Sensitive AFM Probe Tip”, Microscopy and Microanalysis, Vol. 23 (Suppl. 1), 1736, (2017).
  6. E. Rezaei and J. A. Turner, “Contact resonance AFM to quantify the in-plane and out-of-plane loss tangent of polymers simultaneously,” Appl. Phys. Letters, 110, article 101902 (4 pages) (2017).
  7. A. P. Arguelles, C. M. Kube, P. Hu, and J. A. Turner, “Mode-converted ultrasonic scattering in polycrystals with elongated grains,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 140, 1570-1580 (2016).
  8. Peng, E.; Tsubaki, A.; Zuhlke, C. A.; Wang, M. Y.; Bell, R.; Lucis, M. J.; Anderson, T. P.; Alexander, D. R.; Gogos, G.; Shield, J. E., Experimental explanation of the formation mechanism of surface mound-structures by femtosecond laser on polycrystalline Ni60Nb40. Applied Physics Letters 2016, 108 (3).
  9. Rajapitamahuni, A.; Zhang, L.; Koten, M. A.; Singh, V. R.; Burton, J. D.; Tsymbal, E. Y.; Shield, J. E.; Hong, X., Giant Enhancement of Magnetic Anisotropy in Ultrathin Manganite Films via Nanoscale 1D Periodic Depth Modulation. Physical Review Letters 2016, 116 (18).
  10. Kruse, C.; Tsubaki, A.; Zuhlke, C.; Anderson, T.; Alexander, D.; Gogos, G.; Ndao, S., Secondary pool boiling effects. Applied Physics Letters 2016, 108 (5).
  11. Hassebrook, A.; Kruse, C.; Wilson, C.; Anderson, T.; Zuhlke, C.; Alexander, D.; Gogos, G.; Ndao, S., Effects of Droplet Diameter and Fluid Properties on the Leidenfrost Temperature of Polished and Micro/Nanostructured Surfaces. Journal of Heat Transfer-Transactions of the Asme 2016, 138 (5).
  12. Bowen, J. J.; Taylor, J. M.; Jurich, C. P.; Morin, S. A., Stretchable Chemical Patterns for the Assembly and Manipulation of Arrays of Microdroplets with Lensing and Micromixing Functionality. Advanced Functional Materials 2015, 25 (34), 5520-5528.
  13. Kruse, C. M.; Anderson, T.; Wilson, C.; Zuhlke, C.; Alexander, D.; Gogos, G.; Ndao, S., Enhanced pool-boiling heat transfer and critical heat flux on femtosecond laser processed stainless steel surfaces. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 2015, 82, 109-116.
  14. Kruse, C.; Somanas, I.; Anderson, T.; Wilson, C.; Zuhlke, C.; Alexander, D.; Gogos, G.; Ndao, S., Self-propelled droplets on heated surfaces with angled self-assembled micro/nanostructures. Microfluidics and Nanofluidics 2015, 18 (5-6), 1417-1424.
  15. Zhang, L.; Chen, X. G.; Gardner, H. J.; Koten, M. A.; Shield, J. E.; Hong, X., Effect of strain on ferroelectric field effect in strongly correlated oxide Sm0.5Nd0.5NiO3. Applied Physics Letters 2015, 107 (15).

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