PUBLICATIONS (LAST UPDATED 15-12-2014)

Refereed international journals

[1]

Brownian motion in electrochemical nanodevices

K.J. Krause, K. Mathwig, B. Wolfrum and S.G. Lemay

Eur. Phys. J. Special Topics 223, 3165–3178 (2014)

[2]

Redox cycling without reference electrode

S. Sarkar, K. Mathwig, S. Kang, A. F. Nieuwenhuis and S. G. Lemay

Analyst 139, 6052–6057 (2014).

[3]

Sensing with nanopores – the influence of asymmetric blocking on electrochemical redox cycling current

K. J. Krause, E. Kätelhön, S. G. Lemay, R. Compton and B. Wolfrum

Analyst 139, 54995503 (2014).

[4]

Integrated Biodetection in a Nanofluidic Device

L. Rassaei , K. Mathwig , S. Kang , H. A. Heering , and S. G. Lemay

ACS Nano 8, 8278–8284 (2014).

[5]

Nanoscale Methods for Single-Molecule Electrochemistry

K. Mathwig, T. J. Aartsma, G. W. Canters and S. G. Lemay

Annual Reviews of Analytical Chemistry 7, 383–404 (2014).

[6]

Noise phenomena caused by reversible adsorption in nanoscale electrochemical devices

E. Kätelhön, K. J. Krause, K. Mathwig, S. G. Lemay and B. Wolfrum

ACS Nano 8, 4924 – 4930 (2014).

[7]

Reversible adsorption of outer-sphere redox molecules at Pt electrodes

D. Mampallil, K. Mathwig, S. Kang and S. G. Lemay

The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 5, 636 – 640 (2014).

[8]

Electrochemical Single-Molecule Detection in Aqueous Solution using Self-Aligned Nanogap Transducers

S. Kang, A. F. Nieuwenhuis, K. Mathwig, D. Mampallil and S. G. Lemay

ACS Nano 7, 10931–10937 (2013).

[9]

Mass transport in electrochemical nanogap sensors

K. Mathwig and S. G. Lemay

Electrochimica Acta 112, 943 – 949 (2013).

[10]

Noise characteristics of nano-scaled redox-cycling sensors: Investigations based on stochastic random walks

E. Kätelhön, K. J. Krausea, P. S. Singh, S. G. Lemay and B. Wolfrum

Journal of the American Chemical Society 135 (24), 8874 – 8881 (2013).

[11]

Redox Couples with Unequal Diffusion Coefficients: Effect on Redox Cycling

D. Mampallil, K. Mathwig, S. Kang and S. G. Lemay

Analytical Chemistry 85, 6053 – 6058 (2013).

[12]

Pushing the Limits of Electrical Detection of Ultralow Flows in Nanofluidic Channels

K. Mathwig and S. G. Lemay

Micromachines 4, 138 – 148 (2013).

[13]

Role of osmotic and hydrostatic pressures in bacteriophage genome ejection

S. G. Lemay, D. Panja and I. Molineux

Physical Review E 87, 022714 (2013).

[14]

Single-molecule electrochemistry: present status and outlook

S. G. Lemay, S. Kang, K. Mathwig and P. S. Singh

Accounts of Chemical Research 46, 369–377 (2013). Invited contribution

[15]

Multi-stimuli responsive hydrogel cilia

P. J. Glazer, J. Leuven, H. An, S. G. Lemay and E. Mendes

Advanced Functional Materials, DOI 10.1002/adfm.201203212 (2013).

[16]

Stochasticity in Single-Molecule Nanoelectrochemistry: Origins, Consequences and

Solutions

P. S. Singh, E. Kätelhön, K. Mathwig, B. Wolfrum and S. G. Lemay

ACS Nano 6, 9662 – 9671 (2012).

[17]

Electrical Cross-Correlation Spectroscopy: Measuring Picoliter-per-Minute Flows in Nanochannels

K. Mathwig, D. Mampallil, S. Kang and S. G. Lemay

Phys. Rev. Lett. 109, 118302 (2012).

[18]

Hydrodynamic Voltammetry with Nanogap Electrodes

L. Rassaei, K. Mathwig, E. D. Goluch and S. G. Lemay

Journal of Physical Chemistry C 116, 10913-10916 (2012).

[19]

Substrate-Dependent Kinetics in Tyrosinase-based Biosensing: Amperometry vs. Spectrophotometry

L. Rassaei, J. Cui, E. D. Goluch and S. G. Lemay

Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 403, 1577-1584 (2012).

[20]

Role of pH gradient in the actuation of responsive polyelectrolyte hydrogel

P.J. Glazer, M. van Erp, A. Embrechts, S.G. Lemay and E. Mendes

Soft Matter 8, 4421 - 4426 (2012).

[21]

Response time of electrochemical nanofluidic sensors

S. Kang, K. Mathwig and S.G. Lemay

Lab-on-a-Chip 12, 1262 - 1267 (2012).

[22]

Probing adsorption in electrochemical nanofluidic devices using stochastic amperometric fluctuations

P. S. Singh, H.-S. Chan, S. Kang and S.G. Lemay

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 133, 18289 – 18295 (2011).

[23]

Stochastic sensing of single molecules in a nanofluidic electrochemical device

M.A.G. Zevenbergen, P.S. Singh, E.D. Goluch, B.L. Wolfrum and S.G. Lemay

Nano Letters 11, 2881 – 2886 (2011).

[24]

Lithography-Based Nanoelectrochemistry

L. Rassaei, P. S. Singh and S. G. Lemay

Anal. Chem. 83, 3974 – 3980 (2011). Invited contribution, cover article

[25]

Influence of electrolyte composition on liquid-gated carbon-nanotube and graphene transistors

I. Heller, S. Chatoor, J. Männik, M. A. G. Zevenbergen, C. Dekker and S. G. Lemay

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 132, 17149 – 17156 (2010).

[26]

Nanocavity redox cycling sensors for the detection of dopamine fluctuations in microfluidic gradients

E. Kätelhön, B. Hofmann, M. A.G. Zevenbergen, S. G. Lemay, A. Offenhäusser and B. Wolfrum

Anal. Chem. 82, 8502 – 8509 (2010).

[27]

Fluidics meets electronics in carbon nanotubes

S. G. Lemay

Angewandte Chemie 49, 7627 – 7628 (2010). Invited contribution

[28]

Charge noise in liquid-gated single-layer and bilayer graphene transistors

I. Heller, S. Chatoor, J. Männik, M. A. G. Zevenbergen, J. B. Oostinga, A. F. Morpurgo, C. Dekker and S. G. Lemay

Nano Letters 10, 1563–1567 (2010).

[29]

Tether forces in DNA electrophoresis

U. F. Keyser, S. van Dorp and S. G. Lemay

Chemical Society Reviews 39, 939–947 (2010).

[30]

Electrophoretic Forces on RecA-DNA Molecules in a Solid-State Nanopore

A. R. Hall, S. van Dorp, S. G. Lemay and C. Dekker

Nano Letters 9, 4441–4445 (2009).

[31]

Electrochemical Correlation Spectroscopy in nanofluidic cavities

M. A.G. Zevenbergen, P. S. Singh, E. D. Goluch, B. L. Wolfrum and S. G. Lemay

Analytical Chemistry 81, 8203–8212 (2009).

[32]

Fast electron-transfer kinetics probed in nanofluidic channels

M. A. G. Zevenbergen, B. L. Wolfrum, E. D. Goluch, P. S. Singh and S. G. Lemay

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 131, 11471–11477 (2009).

[33]

Probing macrophage activity with carbon nanotube sensors

I. Heller, W. T. T. Smaal, S. G. Lemay and C. Dekker

Small 5, 2528–2532 (2009).

[34]

Comparing regimes of weak and strong gate coupling for nanotube and graphene transistors

I. Heller, S. Chatoor, J. Männik, M. A. G. Zevenbergen, C. Dekker, and S. G. Lemay

Physica Status Solidi - Rapid Research Letters 3, 190 – 192 (2009). Focus Issue on Carbon Electronics

[35]

Origin of the Electrophoretic Force on DNA in Solid-State Nanopores

S. van Dorp, U. F. Keyser, N. H. Dekker, C. Dekker and S. G. Lemay

Nature Physics 5, 347 351 (2009).

[36]

Nanopore-based biosensors: the interface between ionics and electronics

S. G. Lemay

ACS Nano 3, 775 779 (2009). Invited contribution

[37]

Redox Cycling in Nanofluidic Channels

E. D. Goluch, B. Wolfrum, P. S. Singh, M. A. G. Zevenbergen and S. G. Lemay

Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 394, 447 456 (2009). Cover article

[38]

Optimizing the signal-to-noise ratio for biosensing with carbon nanotube transistors

I. Heller, J. Männik, S.G. Lemay and C. Dekker

Nano Letters 9, 377 382 (2009).

[39]

Towards single-enzyme electrochemistry: [NiFe]-hydrogenase protein film voltammetry at nanoelectrodes.

F.J.M. Hoeben, F.S. Meijer, C. Dekker, S.P.J. Albracht, H.A. Heering and S. G. Lemay

ACS Nano 2, 2497 2504 (2008).

[40]

Polymyxin-Coated Au and Carbon Nanotube Electrodes for Stable [NiFe]-Hydrogenase Film Voltammetry

F. J. M. Hoeben, I. Heller, S. P. J. Albracht, C. Dekker, S. G. Lemay and H. A. Heering

Langmuir 24, 5925 5931 (2008).

[41]

Charge noise in liquid-gated single-wall carbon nanotube transistors

J. Männik, I. Heller, A. M. Janssens, S. G. Lemay and C. Dekker

Nano Letters 8, 685 – 688 (2008).

[42]

Nanofluidic redox-cycling amplification for the selective detection of catechol

B. Wolfrum, M. A. G. Zevenbergen and S. G. Lemay

Analytical Chemistry 80, 972 – 977 (2008).

[43]

Identifying the mechanism of biosensing with carbon nanotube transistors

I. Heller, A. M. Janssens, J. Männik, E. D. Minot, S. G. Lemay and C. Dekker

Nano Letters 8, 591 – 595 (2008).

[44]

Carbon nanotube biosensors: the role of the reference electrode

E. Minot, A. Janssens, I. Heller, H. A. Heering, C. Dekker and S. G. Lemay

Applied Physics Letters 91, Art. No. 093507 (2007).

[45]

Charge inversion accompanies DNA condensation by multivalent ions

K. Besteman, K. van Eijk and S. G. Lemay

Nature Physics 3, 641 – 644 (2007).

[46]

Simultaneous electrical transport and scanning tunneling spectroscopy of carbon nanotubes

B. J. LeRoy, I. Heller, V. K. Pahilwani, C. Dekker and S. G. Lemay

Nano Letters 7, 2937 – 2941 (2007). Cover article

[47]

Influence of charged surfaces on the morphology of DNA condensed with multivalent ions

K. Besteman, K. van Eijk, I. D. Vilfan, U. Ziese and S. G. Lemay

Biopolymers 87, 141 – 148 (2007).

[48]

Mesoscopic concentration fluctuations in a fluidic nanocavity detected by redox cycling

M. A. G. Zevenbergen, D. Krapf, M. R. Zuiddam, and S. G. Lemay

Nano Letters 7, 384 – 388 (2007). Cover article

[49]

The role of tension and twist in single-molecule DNA condensation

K. Besteman, S. Hage, N. H. Dekker, and S. G. Lemay

Phys. Rev. Lett. 98, Art. No. 058103 (2007).

[50]

Electrophoresis of individual microtubules in microchannels

M. G. L. van den Heuvel, M. P. de Graaf, S. G. Lemay, and C. Dekker

Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 104, 7770 – 7775 (2007).

[51]

Experimental observation of nonlinear ionic transport at the nanometer scale

D. Krapf, M.-Y. Wu, B. M. Quinn, H. W. Zandbergen, C. Dekker and S. G. Lemay

Nano Letters 6, 2531 – 2535 (2006).

[52]

Direct force measurements on DNA in a solid-state nanopore

U. F. Keyser, B. N. Koeleman, S. van Dorp, D. Krapf, M. M. Smeets, S. G. Lemay, N. H. Dekker, and C. Dekker

Nature Physics 2, 473 – 477 (2006).

[53]

Electrochemistry at single-walled carbon nanotubes: The role of band structure and quantum capacitance

I. Heller, J. Kong, K. A. Williams, C. Dekker and S. G. Lemay

J. Am. Chem. Soc 128, 7353 – 7359 (2006).

[54]

Charge inversion at high ionic strength studied by streaming currents

F. H. J. van der Heyden, D. Stein, K. Besteman, S. G. Lemay and C. Dekker

Phys. Rev. Lett. 96, 224502 (2006).

[55]

Fabrication and characterization of nanopore-based electrodes with radius down to 2 nm

D. Krapf, M.-Y. Wu, R. M. M. Smeets, H. W. Zandbergen, C. Dekker and S. G. Lemay

Nano Letters 6, 105 – 109 (2006).

[56]

Single-wall carbon nanotubes as templates and interconnects for nanoelectrodes

B. M. Quinn and S. G. Lemay

Advanced Materials 18, 855 – 859 (2006).

[57]

Charge inversion by multivalent ions: dependence on dielectric constant and surface-charge density

K. Besteman, M. A. G. Zevenbergen and S. G. Lemay

Phys. Rev. E 72, 061501 (2005).

[58]

Three-terminal scanning tunneling spectroscopy of suspended carbon nanotubes

B.J. LeRoy, J. Kong, V.K. Pahilwani, C. Dekker and S. G. Lemay

Phys. Rev. B 72, 075413 (2005).

[59]

Electrodeposition of noble metal nanoparticles on carbon nanotubes

B. M. Quinn, C. Dekker and S. G. Lemay

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 127, 6146 – 6147 (2005).

[60]

Individual single-walled carbon nanotubes as nanoelectrodes for electrochemistry

I. Heller, J. Kong, H. A. Heering, K. Williams, S. G. Lemay and C. Dekker

Nano Letters 5, 137 – 142 (2005).

[61]

Electrical docking of microtubules for kinesin-driven motility in nanostructures

M.G.L. van den Heuvel, C.T. Butcher, S.G. Lemay, S. Diez and C. Dekker

Nano Letters 5, 235 – 241 (2005).

[62]

Integration of a gate electrode into carbon nanotube devices for scanning tunneling microscopy

J. Kong, B. J. LeRoy, S. G. Lemay and C. Dekker

Appl. Phys. Lett. 86, 112106 (2005). 

[63]

Lithographically fabricated nanopore-based electrodes for electrochemistry

S. G. Lemay, D. M. van den Broek, A. J. Storm, D. Krapf, R. M. M. Smeets, H. A. Heering and C. Dekker

Anal. Chem. 77, 1911 – 1915 (2005).

[64]

Electrical detection and control of phonons in carbon nanotubes

B.J. LeRoy, S.G. Lemay, J. Kong, and C. Dekker

Nature 432, 371 – 374 (2004).

[65]

Direct observation of charge inversion by multivalent ions as a universal electrostatic phenomenon

K. Besteman, M. A. G. Zevenbergen, H. A. Heering and S. G. Lemay

Phys. Rev. Lett. 93, Art. No. 170802 (2004).

[66]

Time-resolved electrochemical detection of discrete adsorption events

B. M. Quinn, P. G. van 't Hof and S. G. Lemay

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 126, 8360 – 8361 (2004).

[67]

Scanning tunneling spectroscopy of suspended single-wall carbon nanotubes

B. J. Leroy, S. G. Lemay, J. Kong and C. Dekker

Appl. Phys. Lett. 84, 4280 (2004).

[68]

Confined states in extended metallic single-wall carbon nanotubes

Maltezopoulos, Th., A. Kubetzka, M. Morgenstern, R. Wiesendanger, S.G. Lemay and C. Dekker

Appl. Phys. Lett. 83, 1011 (2003).

[69]

Scanning tunneling spectroscopy on crossed carbon nanotubes

J. W. Janssen, S. G. Lemay, L. P. Kouwenhoven and C. Dekker

Phys. Rev. B 65, 115423 (2002).

[70]

Two-dimensional imaging of electronic wavefunctions in carbon nanotubes

S. G. Lemay, J. W. Janssen, M. van den Hout, M. Mooij, M. J. Bronikowski, P. A. Willis, R. E. Smalley, L. P. Kouwenhoven and C. Dekker

Nature 412, 617 – 620 (2001). Cover article

[71]

Probing charge-density-wave dynamics: Spatial noise correlations and nonlocal conduction

S. G. Lemay, C. Cicak, K. O'Neill and R. E. Thorne

Phys. Rev. B 64, 5106 (2001).

[72]

Spatially resolved study of charge-density-wave strain in NbSe3: Evidence for a finite threshold for creep

S. G. Lemay, K. O'Neill, C. Cicak and R. E. Thorne

Phys. Rev. B 63, R1102 (2001).

[73]

Observation of dynamic coupling between the Q1 and Q2 charge-density waves in NbSe3

Y. Li, Y. Noh, J. H. Price, K. L. Ringland, J. D. Brock, S. G. Lemay, K. Cicak, R. E. Thorne and M. Sutton

Phys. Rev. B 63, R1103 (2001).

[74]

Dynamic response of tetragonal lysozyme crystals to changes in relative humidity: Implications for post-growth crystal treatments

I. Dobrianov, S. Kriminski, C. L. Caylor, S. G. Lemay, C. Kimmer, A. Kisselev, K. D. Finkelstein and R. E. Thorne

Acta Cryst. D 57, 61 (2001).

[75]

Spatially resolved scanning tunneling spectroscopy on single-walled carbon nanotubes

L. C. Venema, J. W. Janssen, M. R. Buitelaar, J. W. G. Wildöer, S. G. Lemay, L. P. Kouwenhoven and C. Dekker

Phys. Rev. B 62, 5238 (2000).

[76]

Sliding charge-density waves as rough growth fronts

K. L. Ringland, A. C. Finnefrock, Y. Li, J. D. Brock, S. G. Lemay and R. E. Thorne

Phys. Rev. B 61, 4405 (2000).

[77]

Imaging Shear in Sliding Charge-Density Waves by X-Ray Diffraction Topography

Y. Li, S. G. Lemay, J. H. Price, K. Cicak, K. O'Neill, K. Ringland, K. D. Finkelstein, J. D. Brock and R. E. Thorne

Phys. Rev. Lett. 83, 3514 (1999).

[78]

Temporally ordered collective creep and dynamic transition in the charge-density-wave conductor NbSe3

S. G. Lemay, R. E. Thorne, Y. Li and J. D. Brock

Phys. Rev. Lett. 83, 2793 (1999).

[79]

Macromolecular impurities and disorder in protein crystals

C. L. Caylor, I. Dobrianov, S. G. Lemay, C. Kimmer, S. Kriminski, K. D. Finkelstein, W. Zipfel, W. W. Webb, B. R. Thomas, A. A. Chernov and R. E. Thorne

Proteins 36, 270 (1999).

[80]

Scaling in Charge-Density-Wave Relaxation: Time-Resolved X-Ray Scattering Measurements

K. L. Ringland, A. C. Finnefrock, Y. Li, J. D. Brock, S. G. Lemay and R. E. Thorne

Phys. Rev. Lett. 82, 1923 (1999).

[81]

X-ray diffraction studies of protein crystal disorder

I. Dobrianov, C. Caylor, S. G. Lemay, K. D. Finkelstein and R. E. Thorne

J. Cryst. Growth 196, 511 (1999).

[82]

X-Ray topographic studies of protein crystal perfection and growth

I. Dobrianov, K. D. Finkelstein, S. G. Lemay and R. E. Thorne

Acta Cryst. D 54, 922 (1998).

[83]

Spatial distribution of charge-density-wave phase slip in NbSe3

S. G. Lemay, M. C. de Lind van Wijngaarden, T. L. Adleman and R. E. Thorne

Phys. Rev. B 57, 12781 (1998).

[84]

Frequency locking and nonlocal transport in charge-density-wave conductors

S. G. Lemay, R. E. Thorne, M. C. Saint-Lager and P. Monceau

Phys. Rev. B 54, 16341 (1996).

Conference proceedings

[85]

Elecrochemical nanofluidic assays in the absence of reference electrode

S. Sarkar, K. Mathwig, S. Kang, A. F. Nieuwenhuis and S. G. Lemay

Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences, San Antonia, USA, 2122 – 2124 (2014).

[86]

A novel parallel nanomixer for high-throughput single-molecule fluorescence detection

K. Mathwig, S. Schlautmann, S.G. Lemay and J. Hohlbein

Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences, Freiburg, Germany, 1385-1387 (2013).

[87]

Hydrogel-based multi-stimul responsive cilia

P.J Glazer, J. Leuven, H. An, S.G. Lemay and E. Mendes

Technical Proceedings of the 2013 NSTI Nanotechnology Conference and Expo, Volume 2: Electronic Devices, Fabrication, MEMS, Fluidics and Computation, Washington, DC, USA (2013).

[88]

Pushing the limits of electrical detection of ultralow flows in nanofluidic channels

K. Mathwig, S. Kang, D. Mampallil and S. G. Lemay

Proceedings of the 1st International conference on MicroFluidic Handling Systems, Enschede, the Netherlands, 18 – 21 (2012).

[89]

Detection of sub-picoliter-per-minute flows by electrochemical autocorrelation spectroscopy

K. Mathwig, D. Mampallil, S. Kang and S. G. Lemay

Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences, Okinawa, Japan, 28 – 30 (2012).

[90]

Electrochemical nanofluidics: the mesoscopic limit

M. A. G. Zevenbergen, N. Wongrajit, P. S. Singh, E. D. Goluch, B. L. Wolfrum, and S.G. Lemay

Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences, Groningen, the Netherlands, 1406 – 1408 (2010).

[91]

Electrochemical detection of enzyme kinetics using a nanofluidic thin layer cell device

E.D. Goluch, N. Wongrajit, P.S. Singh, A.W.J.W. Tepper, H.A. Heering, G.W. Canters

and S.G. Lemay

Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences, Groningen, the Netherlands, 482 – 484 (2010).

[92]

Mesoscopic concentration fluctuations in a nanofluidic device

M. A. G. Zevenbergen, B. L. Wolfrum and S. G. Lemay

Proceedings of the 11th Micro Total Analysis Systems Conference, Paris, France, 388 – 390 (2007).

[93]

Ionic currents in metal-gated nanochannels and carbon nanotubes

C. Meyer, M. Zuiddam, V. Merani, S. G. Lemay, and C. Dekker

Proceedings of the 11th Micro Total Analysis Systems Conference, Paris, France, 385 – 387 (2007).

[94]

Giant Amplification of Redox Current in a Nanofluidic Channel

M. A. G. Zevenbergen, D. Krapf, M. R. Zuiddam and S. G. Lemay

Proceedings of the 10th Micro Total Analysis Systems Conference, Tokyo, Japan, 654 – 656 (2006).

[95]

Streaming currents as a means to study the surface charge in nanofluidic channels

F.H.J. van der Heyden, D. Stein, D.J. Bonthuis, K. Besteman, S.G. Lemay, C. Meyer and C. Dekker

Proceedings of the 10th Micro Total Analysis Systems Conference, Tokyo, Japan, 807 – 809 (2006).

[96]

Mysteries in the collective response of density waves at low temperatures

R. E. Thorne, K. Cicak, K. O'Neill and S. G. Lemay

J. Phys. IV France 12(9), 291 – 296 (2002).

[97]

Scanning tunneling spectroscopy on a carbon nanotube buckle

J. W. Janssen, S.G. Lemay, M. v/d Hout, M. Mooij, L. P. Kouwenhoven and C. Dekker

In: H. Kuzmany, S. Roth, M. Mehring and J. Fink (eds.); Proc. of the American Institute of Physics Conf., Kirchberg, Austria, March 3-10, vol. 591, 293 – 297 (2001).

[98]

Temporally ordered collective creep in NbSe3: A new window on low-temperature charge-density-wave dynamics

S. G. Lemay and R. E. Thorne

J. Phys. IV 9, 57 (1999).

[99]

Spatially-resolved studies of charge-density-wave phase slip and dynamics in NbSe3

S. G. Lemay, T. L. Adelman, S. V. Zaitsev-Zotov and R. E. Thorne

J. Phys. IV 9, 149 (1999).

[100]

Imaging field-dependent structure in charge-density waves by X-ray diffraction topography

Y. Li, S. G. Lemay, J. H. Price, K. Cicak, K. O'Neill, K. L. Ringland, K. D. Finkelstein, J. D. Brock and R. E. Thorne

J. Phys. IV 9, 151 (1999).

[101]

Dynamic scaling during CDW relaxation from the sliding state

J. D. Brock, K. L. Ringland, A. C. Finnefrock, Y. Li, S. G. Lemay and R. E. Thorne

J. Phys. IV 9, 17 (1999).

[102]

Sliding charge-density waves as rough growth surfaces

J. D. Brock, K. L. Ringland, A. C. Finnefrock, Y. Li, S. G. Lemay and R. E. Thorne

J. Phys. IV 9, 83 (1999).

Book chapters

[103]

Nanoelectrochemistry: Fundamentals and Applications to Biology

P. S. Singh, E. D. Goluch, H. A. Heering and S. G. Lemay

Applications of Electrochemistry and Nanotechnology in Biology and Medicine II, volume 53 of Modern Aspects of Electrochemistry, N. Eliaz ed. (Springer, 2012), pp. 1 – 66.

[104]

Magnetic Tweezers for Single-Molecule Experiments

I. D. Vilfan, J. Lipfert, D. A. Koster, S. G. Lemay and N. H. Dekker

Handbook of Single-Molecule Biophysics, P. Hinterdorfer and A. van Oijen eds. (Springer, 2009), pp. 371 – 395.