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Papers in (Sub-)Surface Sensing Technologies and Systems

(Sub-)Surface Sensing Technologies and Systems papers in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, V

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  1. The use of field effect transistors (FETs) in biomedical research has been in rapid progression in recent years. The present study aims to demonstrate a quantitative use of these devices in pharmacological bioassays. FETs were made as a 4 ?? 4…
  2. We have performed magnetic force microscopy at various temperatures\nutilizing piezoelectric quartz tuning forks as probes. Due to their\nlarge force constants (~104 N/m), quartz tuning forks are intrinsically\nless sensitive to force gradients than…
  3. Scanning Hall Probe Microscopy (SHPM) is a quantitative and non-invasive technique for imaging localized surface magnetic field fluctuations such as ferromagnetic domains with high spatial and magnetic field resolution of approximately 50 nm and 7…
  4. Novel organic (positively charged fullerene)-inorganic (negatively charged CdTe nanoparticle) nanoensembles were devised through electrostatic interactions and probed as versatile donor-acceptor hybrids. Photoirradiation of their homogeneous…
  5. Spin pumping enables the vertical transport of pure spin current through Al in a Pd/Al/Ni(80)Fe(20)(Py) trilayer film, in which the Py acts as a spin battery. The spin current injected into the Al flows through the Al to reach the Pd, resulting in…
  6. The authors present a new design for a tuning fork based noncontact atomic force microscope. The very compact construction in the form of a cylinder with a diameter of only 3 cm and a height of 10 cm makes the microscope especially suitable for…
  7. The performance of photovoltaic devices could be improved by using rationally designed nanocomposites with high electron mobility to efficiently collect photo-generated electrons. Single-walled carbon nanotubes exhibit very high electron mobility,…
  8. In this contribution we report an effective way of measuring the viscosity of liquids by using a microacoustic Love-wave device. Love-wave devices provide one of the highest sensitivities among microacoustic devices and they are moreover well suited…
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