Santiago Solares
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Linear artificial molecular muscles
Y Liu, AH Flood, PA Bonvallet, SA Vignon, BH Northrop, HR Tseng, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 127 (27), 9745-9759, 2005
Electromechanical properties of graphene drumheads
NN Klimov, S Jung, S Zhu, T Li, CA Wright, SD Solares, DB Newell, ...
Science 336 (6088), 1557-1561, 2012
Low-temperature STM images of methyl-terminated Si (111) surfaces
H Yu, LJ Webb, RS Ries, SD Solares, WA Goddard, JR Heath, NS Lewis
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 109 (2), 671-674, 2005
Transparent, anisotropic biofilm with aligned bacterial cellulose nanofibers
S Wang, T Li, C Chen, W Kong, S Zhu, J Dai, AJ Diaz, E Hitz, SD Solares, ...
Advanced Functional Materials 28 (24), 1707491, 2018
Nanoscale interfacial friction and adhesion on supported versus suspended monolayer and multilayer graphene
Z Deng, NN Klimov, SD Solares, T Li, H Xu, RJ Cannara
Langmuir 29 (1), 235-243, 2013
Strain-engineered high-responsivity MoTe2 photodetector for silicon photonic integrated circuits
R Maiti, C Patil, M Saadi, T Xie, JG Azadani, B Uluutku, R Amin, AF Briggs, ...
Nature Photonics 14 (9), 578-584, 2020
Visualizing the subsurface of soft matter: simultaneous topographical imaging, depth modulation, and compositional mapping with triple frequency atomic force microscopy
D Ebeling, B Eslami, SDJ Solares
ACS nano 7 (11), 10387-10396, 2013
Simulations of high-pressure phases in RDX
LB Munday, PW Chung, BM Rice, SD Solares
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 115 (15), 4378-4386, 2011
Frequency response of higher cantilever eigenmodes in bimodal and trimodal tapping mode atomic force microscopy
SD Solares, G Chawla
Measurement Science and Technology 21 (12), 125502, 2010
Triple-frequency intermittent contact atomic force microscopy characterization: simultaneous topographical, phase, and frequency shift contrast in ambient air
SD Solares, G Chawla
Journal of Applied Physics 108 (5), 054901, 2010
Mapping of conservative and dissipative interactions in bimodal atomic force microscopy using open-loop and phase-locked-loop control of the higher eigenmode
G Chawla, SD Solares
Applied Physics Letters 99 (7), 074103, 2011
Development of a ReaxFF reactive force field for aqueous chloride and copper chloride
O Rahaman, ACT Van Duin, VS Bryantsev, JE Mueller, SD Solares, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 114 (10), 3556-3568, 2010
Modeling viscoelasticity through spring–dashpot models in intermittent-contact atomic force microscopy
EA López-Guerra, SD Solares
Beilstein journal of nanotechnology 5 (1), 2149-2163, 2014
Influence of elastic deformation on single-wall carbon nanotube atomic force microscopy probe resolution
IR Shapiro, SD Solares, MJ Esplandiu, LA Wade, WA Goddard, CP Collier
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 108 (36), 13613-13618, 2004
Pseudomagnetic fields in a locally strained graphene drumhead
S Zhu, Y Huang, NN Klimov, DB Newell, NB Zhitenev, JA Stroscio, ...
Physical Review B 90 (7), 075426, 2014
Nanomechanical stimulus accelerates and directs the self-assembly of silk-elastin-like nanofibers
J Chang, XF Peng, K Hijji, J Cappello, H Ghandehari, SD Solares, J Seog
Journal of the American Chemical Society 133 (6), 1745-1747, 2011
Characterization of deep nanoscale surface trenches with AFM using thin carbon nanotube probes in amplitude-modulation and frequency-force-modulation modes
SD Solares
Measurement Science and Technology 19 (1), 015503, 2007
Bimodal atomic force microscopy driving the higher eigenmode in frequency-modulation mode: Implementation, advantages, disadvantages and comparison to the open-loop case
D Ebeling, SD Solares
Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology 4 (1), 198-207, 2013
Amplitude modulation dynamic force microscopy imaging in liquids with atomic resolution: comparison of phase contrasts in single and dual mode operation
D Ebeling, SD Solares
Nanotechnology 24 (13), 135702, 2013
Numerical analysis of dynamic force spectroscopy using the torsional harmonic cantilever
SD Solares, H Hölscher
Nanotechnology 21 (7), 075702, 2010
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