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Miquel Salmeron
Miquel Salmeron
Materials Science Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
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Scratching the surface: fundamental investigations of tribology with atomic force microscopy
RW Carpick, M Salmeron
Chemical reviews 97 (4), 1163-1194, 1997
14601997
Reaction-driven restructuring of Rh-Pd and Pt-Pd core-shell nanoparticles
F Tao, ME Grass, Y Zhang, DR Butcher, JR Renzas, Z Liu, JY Chung, ...
Science 322 (5903), 932-934, 2008
13102008
Ambient pressure photoelectron spectroscopy: A new tool for surface science and nanotechnology
M Salmeron, R Schlögl
Surface Science Reports 63 (4), 169-199, 2008
8872008
Calibration of frictional forces in atomic force microscopy
DF Ogletree, RW Carpick, M Salmeron
Review of Scientific Instruments 67 (9), 3298-3306, 1996
7651996
Electron spectroscopy of aqueous solution interfaces reveals surface enhancement of halides
S Ghosal, JC Hemminger, H Bluhm, BS Mun, ELD Hebenstreit, G Ketteler, ...
Science 307 (5709), 563-566, 2005
6722005
Molecular structure of water at interfaces: Wetting at the nanometer scale
A Verdaguer, GM Sacha, H Bluhm, M Salmeron
Chemical reviews 106 (4), 1478-1510, 2006
6612006
A differentially pumped electrostatic lens system for photoemission studies in the millibar range
DF Ogletree, H Bluhm, G Lebedev, CS Fadley, Z Hussain, M Salmeron
Review of Scientific Instruments 73 (11), 3872-3877, 2002
6052002
A general equation for fitting contact area and friction vs load measurements
RW Carpick, DF Ogletree, M Salmeron
Journal of colloid and interface science 211 (2), 395-400, 1999
5851999
Imaging the condensation and evaporation of molecularly thin films of water with nanometer resolution
J Hu, XD Xiao, DF Ogletree, M Salmeron
Science 268 (5208), 267-269, 1995
5851995
Break-up of stepped platinum catalyst surfaces by high CO coverage
F Tao, S Dag, LW Wang, Z Liu, DR Butcher, H Bluhm, M Salmeron, ...
Science 327 (5967), 850-853, 2010
5412010
Lateral stiffness: A new nanomechanical measurement for the determination of shear strengths with friction force microscopy
RW Carpick, DF Ogletree, M Salmeron
Applied Physics Letters 70 (12), 1548-1550, 1997
5281997
Chain length dependence of the frictional properties of alkylsilane molecules self-assembled on mica studied by atomic force microscopy
X Xiao, J Hu, DH Charych, M Salmeron
Langmuir 12 (2), 235-237, 1996
4731996
Domain Wall Conductivity in La-Doped
J Seidel, P Maksymovych, Y Batra, A Katan, SY Yang, Q He, AP Baddorf, ...
Physical review letters 105 (19), 197603, 2010
4532010
The Nature of Water Nucleation Sites on TiO2(110) Surfaces Revealed by Ambient Pressure X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy
G Ketteler, S Yamamoto, H Bluhm, K Andersson, DE Starr, DF Ogletree, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 111 (23), 8278-8282, 2007
4472007
Icelike water monolayer adsorbed on mica at room temperature
PB Miranda, L Xu, YR Shen, M Salmeron
Physical review letters 81 (26), 5876, 1998
4181998
Measurement of interfacial shear (friction) with an ultrahigh vacuum atomic force microscope
RW Carpick, N Agrait, DF Ogletree, M Salmeron
Journal of Vacuum Science & Technology B: Microelectronics and Nanometer …, 1996
3941996
In situ studies of chemistry and structure of materials in reactive environments
F Tao, M Salmeron
Science 331 (6014), 171-174, 2011
3822011
Dissociative hydrogen adsorption on palladium requires aggregates of three or more vacancies
T Mitsui, MK Rose, E Fomin, DF Ogletree, M Salmeron
Nature 422 (6933), 705-707, 2003
3802003
Desorption, decomposition, and deuterium exchange reactions of unsaturated hydrocarbons (ethylene, acetylene, propylene, and butenes) on the platinum (111) crystal face
M Salmeron, GA Somorjai
The Journal of Physical Chemistry 86 (3), 341-350, 1982
3781982
In situ x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy studies of water on metals and oxides at ambient conditions
S Yamamoto, H Bluhm, K Andersson, G Ketteler, H Ogasawara, ...
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 20 (18), 184025, 2008
3772008
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