PUBLICATIONS

 

1.   On the Appropriateness of Assigning Spin Labels to Excited States of Inorganic Complexes.  G. A. Crosby, K. W. Hipps, and W. H. Elfring, J. Amer. Chem. Soc., 96, 629-630 (1974).

2.   Geometrical Distortion and Spin-Orbit Splitting in Excited Transition Metal Complexes.  K. W. Hipps and G. A. Crosby, Inorg. Chem., 13, 1543-1544 (1974).

*3.    Investigation of the Temperature Dependence of the Ruthenocene Photoluminescence.  G. A. Crosby, G. D. Hager, K. W. Hipps, and M. L. Stone, Chem. Phys. Lett., 28, 497-500 (1974).

4.   Charge-Transfer Excited States of Ruthenium(II) Complexes:  III.  K. W. Hipps and G. A. Crosby, J. Amer. Chem. Soc., 97, 7042-7048 (1975).

5.   Determination of Geometrical Parameters of Excited States:  Application to d6 Transition Metal Complexes of O and D4 Symmetry.  K. W. Hipps, G. A. Merrell, and G. A. Crosby, J. Phys. Chem., 80, 2232-2239 (1976).

6.   Some Aspects of Electron-Phonon Interaction in the Thermal Modulation Spectra of Molecular Crystals.  B. H. Loo, A. H. Francis, and K. W. Hipps, J. Chem. Phys., 65, 5068-5075 (1976).

7.   Thermo-Optical Spectroscopy of Low Temperature Solids.  H. Parker, K. W. Hipps, and A. H. Francis, Chemical Physics, 23, 117-124 (1977).

8.   The Molecular Theory of Polarized Emission:  Linear, Circular, and Magnetically Induced Circular Polarization of Emission.  K. W. Hipps, Chemical Physics, 23, 451-463 (1977).

9.   Optically Detected Zero Field Magnetic Resonance of Phosphorous Activated Alkali Halide Crystals.  S. J. Hunter, K. W. Hipps, and A. H. Francis, Chem. Phys. Lett., 51, 287-291 (1977).

10.  Magnetically Induced Circular Polarization of Emission:  Application to Inorganic Complexes.  K. W. Hipps and G. A. Crosby, Proceedings of SPIE, 112, 132-137(1977).

11.  Magnetically Induced Circular Polarization of Emission:  Application to Inorganic Complexes.  K. W. Hipps and G. A. Crosby, Optical Engineering, 17, 176-179 (1978).

12.  Optical Double Resonance and Thermal Modulation Spectroscopy of the Tris(2,2'-bipyridine) Ruthenium(II) Cation.  D. C. Baker, K. W. Hipps, and G. A. Crosby, Chem. Phys. Lett., 53, 333-336 (1978).

13.  The Effects of Photoselection and Orientational Relaxation on the MICE of Molecular Systems of Cn (n  3) Symmetry.  K. W. Hipps, J. Phys. Chem., 82, 602-605 (1978).

14.  Phonon Scattering Times in a Molecular Crystal Below 10K Determined by Optically Detected Acoustic Paramagnetic Resonance.  K. W. Hipps and A. H. Francis, Phys. Rev. B., 18, 69-74 (1978).

15.  Applications of the Photoelastic Modulator to Polarization Spectroscopy. K. W. Hipps and G. A. Crosby, J. Phys. Chem., 83, 555-562 (1979).

16.  Spectroscopic and Optically Detected Magnetic Resonance Study of Phosphorous Activated Potassium Chloride.  Part I:  Electronic and Vibrational States.  S. J. Hunter, K. W. Hipps, and A. H. Francis, Chemical Physics, 39, 209-220 (1979).

17.  Spectroscopic and Optically Detected Magnetic Resonance Study of Phosphorous Activated Potassium Chloride.  Part II:  Magnetic Resonance Analysis.  S. J. Hunter, K. W. Hipps, and A. H. Francis, Chemical Physics, 40, 367-375 (1979).

18.  Thermal Modulation Spectroscopy Applied to Inorganic Compounds with Near Degenerate Excited State.  K. W. Hipps and A. H. Francis, J. Phys. Chem., 83, 1879-1884 (1979).

19.  The Role of the Crystal Lattice in the Electronic Spectra of the Hexacyanocobaltate Ion, I:  Experimental Observations.  Ursula Mazur and K. W. Hipps, J. Phys. Chem., 83, 1884-1889 (1979).

20.  An Inelastic Electron Tunneling Spectroscopy Study of the Adsorption of NCS-, OCN-, and CN- from Water Solution by Al2O3.  U. Mazur and K. W. Hipps, J. Phys. Chem., 83, 2773-2777 (1979).

21.  A Tunneling Spectroscopy Study of the Adsorption of Ferrocyanide from Water Solution by Al2O3.  K. W. Hipps, U. Mazur, and M. S. Pearce, Chem. Phys. Lett., 68, 433-437 (1979).

22.  A Spectroscopic and Optically Detected Magnetic Resonance Study of PO2- in Potassium Chloride:  Part III:  Photo-Orientation.  S. J. Hunter, K. W. Hipps, Richard Bromley, and A. H. Francis, Chemical Physics, 45, 149-157 (1980).

23.  The Role of the Crystal Lattice in the Electronic Spectra of the Hexacyanocobaltate Ion, II:  Franck-Condon Analysis of the Luminescence.  U. Mazur and K. W. Hipps, J. Phys. Chem., 84, 194-197 (1980).

24.  On the Symmetry of the lowest Excited States of the tris-(2,2'-bipyridyl)ruthenium(II) ion.  K. W. Hipps, Inorg. Chem., 19, 1390-1392 (1980).

25.  An Inelastic Electron Tunneling Spectroscopy Study of Some Iron Cyanide Complexes.  K. W. Hipps and Ursula Mazur, J. Phys. Chem., 84, 3162-3172 (1980).

26.  The pH Dependence of Surface Species Formed by the Adsorption of Cobalt and Nickel Glycinates on Alumina.  A Tunneling Spectroscopy Study.  K. W. Hipps and Ursula Mazur, Inorg. Chem., 20, 1391-1395 (1981).

27.  An IETS Study of Alumina and Magnesia Supported Si-Hx and their Use as Substrates for Inorganic Vibrational Spectroscopy.  Ursula Mazur and K. W. Hipps, Chem. Phys. Lett., 79, 54-58 (1981).

28.  Characterization of Alumina Supported OySiH by Inelastic Electron Tunneling Spectroscopy.  Ursula Mazur and K. W. Hipps, J. Phys. Chem., 85, 2244-2249 (1981).

29.  A Novel Top Metal-Absorbate Reaction Observed by Tunneling Spectroscopy. S. D. Williams, U. Mazur, and K. W. Hipps, J. Phys. Chem., 85, 2305-2308 (1981).

30.  The Study of Inorganic Ions.  K. W. Hipps and U. Mazur, in "Tunneling Spectroscopy:  Capabilities, Applications, and New Techniques."  P. K. Hansma (Editor), Plenum Press. 229-269 (1982).

31.  Spectroscopic Characterization of Tricyanovinyl Alcoholate and Pentacyanopropenide Salts in Solid, Solution, and Adsorbed Phases:  NMR, IR, Raman, and Tunneling Spectra.  Ursula Mazur and K. W. Hipps, J. Phys. Chem., 86, 2854-2860 (1982).

32.  The Adsorption of 1-Propanol, 1-Propylamine, and 3-Amino-1-Propanol on Plasma Grown Aluminum Oxide:  Comparison with Propionic Acid and b-Alanine. Stephen D. Williams and K. W. Hipps, J. Catal., 78 96-109 (1982).

33.  Ab Initio and Semi-Empirical Studies of the Equilibrium Geometry and In-Plane Vibrations of Tetracyanoethylene (TCNE) and the Tricyanovinyl alcoholate anion (TVA).  K. W. Hipps and R. D. Poshusta, J. Phys. Chem., 86, 4112-4119 (1982).

34.  Some Proposed Modifications in the Theory of Inelastic Electron Tunneling Spectroscopy and the Source of Parameters Utilized.  Richard Knockenmuss and K. W. Hipps, J. Phys. Chem., 86, 4477-4480 (1982).

35.  Tunneling and IR Spectroscopic Characterization of Surface Reaction Products.  I:  Chemisorption of TCNE on Partially Hydrated Alumina.  K. W. Hipps and Ursula Mazur, J. Phys. Chem., 86, 5105-5110 (1982).

36.  The Interaction of Ions and Easily Ionized Species with Oxide Surfaces as Studied by Tunneling Spectroscopy.  K. W. Hipps, J. Elect. Spect. Rel. Phenom., 30, 175-187 (1983).

37.  A Tabular Review of Tunneling Spectroscopy.  K. W. Hipps, J. Elect. Spect. Rel. Phenom., 30, 275-285 (1983).

38.  Papers 36 and 37 also appeared in "Vibrations at Surfaces."  C. R. Brundle and H. Morawitz (Editors), Elsevier Scientific Publishers, New York (1983).

39.  The Absorption, Fluorescence, and Thermal Modulation of Fluorescence Spectra of the Cesium Salt of 1,1,2,3,3-Pentacyanopropenide Anion.  Ursula Mazur and K. W. Hipps. J. Phys. Chem., 87, 4641-4647 (1983).

*40.  A Direct Comparison of Surface Raman Spectroscopy and Inelastic Electron Tunneling Spectroscopy.  K. W. Hipps and John W. Keder, J. Phys. Chem., 87, 3187-3189 (1983).

41.  Cesium Pentacyanopropenide:  Crystal Structure, Vibrational Spectra and Assignments, and Vibronic Structure in the Visible Emission Spectrum.  K. W. Hipps, U. Geiser, U. Mazur, and R. D. Willett, J. Phys. Chem., 88, 2498-2504 (1984).

42.  Chemisorption of Tetracyanoethylene and its Mono- and Di-anion on Alumina:  An Inelastic Electron Tunneling Study.  Ursula Mazur and K. W. Hipps, J. Phys. Chem., 88, 1555-1558 (1984).

43.  The Construction and Application of a Novel Glove-Box Deposition System to the Study of Air-Sensitive Materials by Tunneling Spectroscopy.  K. W. Hipps and Ursula Mazur, Rev. Sci. Instrum., 55, 1120-1124 (1984).

44.  Forbidden Vibrational Modes in Iron(II), Ruthenium(II), and Osmium(II) Hexacyanides:  A Tunneling, IR, and Raman Spectroscopy Study.  K. W. Hipps, S. D. Williams, and Ursula Mazur, Inorg. Chem., 23, 3500-3505 (1984).

45.  An Inelastic Electron Tunneling Study of the Insulator Formed on Aluminum in a Low Pressure Discharge Containing SO2. M. Suzuki, K. W. Hipps, and U. Mazur, Surface Sci., l6l, l56-162 (1985).

*46. The Tricyanomethanide Ion:  An Infrared, Raman, and Tunneling Spectroscopy Study Including Isotopic Substitution.  K. W. Hipps and A. T. Aplin, J. Phys. Chem., 89, 5459-5464 (1985).

47. Dielectric Constant Dependence of Intensities in Inelastic Electron Tunneling Spectroscopy.  K. W. Hipps, U. Mazur, and R. Knochenmuss, J. Phys. Chem., 90, 1755-1759 (1986).

*48. The Reactive Adsorption of DPPH on Alumina as Studied by Inelastic Electron Tunneling Spectroscopy, FT-IR, and EPR Spectroscopy, K. W. Hipps, E. A. Dunkle, and Ursula Mazur, Langmuir, 2, 528-532 (1986).

*49. Nickel Ion Induced Anomalies in Tunnel Junctions of the Type Al-AlOx-Pb and the Inelastic Electron Tunneling Spectra Observed.  K. W. Hipps, B. P. Susla, and Erik Dunkle, J. Phys. Chem., 90, 3898-3900(1986).

50. Electronic Transitions in Tetrahedral Cobalt(II) Observed by Inelastic Electron Tunneling Spectroscopy, K. W. Hipps and B. Susla, Chem. Phys. Lett., l32, 507-510 (1986).

5l. An All Digital Inelastic Electron Tunneling Spectrometer Utilizing the IEEE-488 Instrument Bus and an IBM PC-XT Controller, K. W. Hipps, Rev. Sci. Instrum., 58, 265-268 (1987).

52. IETS of Forbidden Transitions, K. W. Hipps, Nature, 326 l07-108 (1987).

53. The 4A2 => 4T2 and 4A2 => 4Tl Electronic Transitions in Cobalt(II) Tetrachloride:  An FT-IR and Inelastic Electron Tunneling Spectroscopy Study, K. W. Hipps and U. Mazur, J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 109, 3861-3865 (1987).

54. Vibrational and Low Lying Electronic Transitions in Tetraalkylammonium Salts of CoBr4-2, CoCl4-2, and Co(CNS)4-2 as Observed by Raman, IR, and Tunneling Spectroscopy, K. W. Hipps and Ursula Mazur J. Phys. Chem. 91 52l8-5224 (1987). 

*55. Adsorption of Ferricyanide ion on Alumina, K. W. Hipps, Erik Dunkle, and Ursula Mazur Langmuir 4 463-469 (1988). 

56. Salts of the l,l,2,3,3-Pentacyanopropenide Anion:  Crystallographic and Spectroscopic Studies, T. J. Johnson, K. W. Hipps, and R. D. Willett J. Phys. Chem. 92 6892-6899 (1988).

57. Constant Resolution Tunneling Spectroscopy, K.W. Hipps and Ursula Mazur Rev. Sci. Instrum. 59 1903-1905 (1988).

58. Inelastic Electron Tunneling Spectroscopy Study of the Complexation Reaction of CoBr2 and CoCl2 with Silane Modified Alumina.  K.W. Hipps and Ursula Mazur Surf. Sci. 207 385-398 (1989).

59. A Vibrational Spectroscopic Study of TCNE Adsorbed on Magnsia. J.J. Hoagland and K.W. Hipps. In "Surfaces and Interfaces of Ceramic Materials", Proceedings of the September 4, 1988 NATO Advanced Studies Institute, Oleron, France.  NATO ASI Ser., Ser. E, 173 155-163 (1989)

60. Tetracyanoethylene Adsorption on Magnesia Activated Below 410 C: An IR Spectroscopy Study. J.J. Hoagland and K.W. Hipps Langmuir 5 849-853 (1989).

61. Line Shape in Normal Metal Tunneling Spectroscopy.  K.W. Hipps and Susan Leenov Peter J.Phys. Chem. 93 5717-5721 (1989).

62. Copper(II) Phthalocyanine: Electronic and Vibrational Tunneling Spectra.  K.W. Hipps J. Phys. Chem. 93 5958-5960 (1989).

*63. A Scanning Tunneling Microscope with a Wide Sampling Range. K.W. Hipps, Glenn Fried, and Dale Fried. Rev. Sci. Instrum. 61 1869-1873 (1990).

*64. Deposited Metal Films for Imaging in Scanning Tunneling Microscopy.  Ursula Mazur, Glenn Fried, and K.W. Hipps.  Surf. Sci. 243 179-192 (1991).

65. Surface Raman Spectra of a Biased and Buried Ultra-Thin CuPc Layer. K.W. Hipps, Jess Dowdy, and J.J. Hoagland.  Langmuir 7 5-7 (1991).

66. Raman Spectral Studies of Al-AlOx-MPc-M' Tunnel Diodes: Bias and Top Metal Dependence.  J.J. Hoagland, Jess Dowdy, and K.W. Hipps. J. Phys. Chem. 95 (1991) 2246-2250.

67. Infrared and Raman Spectroscopic Study of Ultra-thin Copper Phthalocyanine Films Vapor Deposited on Oxidized Alumina.  Jess Dowdy, J.J. Hoagland, and K.W. Hipps. J. Phys. Chem. 95 (1991) 3751-3755.

68. Top Metal and Bias Effects in the Tunneling Spectrum of Copper(II) Phthalocyanine.  K.W. Hipps and J. J. Hoagland.  Langmuir 7 2180-2186 (1991).

69.  Inelastic Electron Tunneling in Al-Al2O3-Au Junctions Exposed to Thiocyanate Ion: Sensitive Thiocyanate Detection.  K.W. Hipps and Ursula Mazur.  J. Phys. Chem. 96 1160-1164 (1992).

70. Infrared and Morphological Studies of Hydrogenated AlN Thin Films.  X.D. Wang, K.W. Hipps, and Ursula Mazur.  Langmuir 1992, 8, 1347-1353.

71.  Infrared Study of Ion Beam Deposited Hydrogenated AlN Thin Films II: Effects of Deuterium Substitution.  X.D. Wang, K.W. Hipps, and U. Mazur. J. Phys. Chem. 96 8485-8488 (1992).

72.  Detection of Formic Acid Vapor:  Inelastic Electron Tunneling Spectroscopy of Infused Al-Al2O3-M-Au Junctions.  Ursula Mazur, X.D. Wang, and K.W. Hipps.  Analytical Chemistry 64 (1992) 1845-1850.

73.  Characterization of Cu-CuTCNQ-M Devices Using Scanning Electron Microscopy and Scanning Tunneling Microscopy.  J.J. Hoagland, K.W. Hipps, and X.D. Wang.  Chemistry of Materials, 5 (1993) 54-60.

*74.  Gold Coated Tungsten Tips for Scanning Tunneling Microscopy.  G.A. Fried, X.D. Wang, and K.W. Hipps. Rev. Sci. Instrum. 64 (1993) 1495-1501.

75.  Inelastic Electron Tunneling: An Alternative Molecular Spectroscopy.  K.W. Hipps and Ursula Mazur. A Feature Article in J. Phys. Chem. 97 (1993) 7803-7814.

76.  Forbidden Transitions Observed: Inelastic Electron Tunneling Spectroscopy of Vibrational and Electronic States of Inorganic Compounds.  K.W. Hipps Trends in Inorganic Chemistry, 3 (1993) 241-255.

77.  Chemical Stability of Laminated AlN Films.  X.D. Wang, U. Mazur, K.W. Hipps, and J.T. Dickinson.  Thin Solid Films, 240 (1994) 45-51.

78.  Amorphous or Nanocrystalline AlN from Heated AlN:H. X.D. Wang, K.W. Hipps, J.T. Dickinson, and U. Mazur.  J. Mater. Res. 9 (1994) 1449-1455.

79.  Unoccupied Orbital Mediated Tunneling: Resonance-like structures in the Tunneling Spectra of Polyacenes.  U. Mazur and K.W. Hipps.  J. Phys. Chem. 98 (1994) 5824-5829.

80.  Resonant Tunneling in Metal Phthalocyanines.  U. Mazur and K.W. Hipps.  J. Phys. Chem. 98 (1994) 8169-8172.

81.  Morphology and Orientation of Nanocrystalline AlN Thin Films.  X.D. Wang, W. Jiang, M.G. Norton, and K.W. Hipps.  Thin Solid Films, 251 (1994) 121-126.

82.  Composition, Structure, and Properties of AlN and AlN:H Thin Films Formed by Ion Beam Deposition.  Ursula Mazur and K.W. Hipps.  Trends in Physical Chemistry, 4 (1994) 61-68.

*83.  Raman and Infrared Spectra of Metal Salts of _,-dicyano-p-toluoylcyanide (DCTC-):  Non-resonant Raman Scattering in tetracyano-p-quinodimethanide (TCNQ-)  M. Harris, J.J. Hoagland, U. Mazur, and K.W. Hipps.  Vibrational Spectroscopy, 9 (1995) 273.

84.  Resonant Tunneling Bands and Electrochemical Reduction Potentials.    U. Mazur and K.W. Hipps.  J. Phys. Chem., 99 (1995) 6684-6688.

85.  The Use of Scanning Conduction Microscopy to Probe Abrasion of Insulating Films.  J.T. Dickinson, L.C. Jensen, K.H. Siek, and K.W. Hipps.  Rev. Sci. Instrum. 66 (1995) 3802-6.

86.  A scanning Conduction Microscopic Method for Probing Abrasion of Insulating Thin Films.  J.T. Dickinson and K.W. Hipps.  Tribology Letters (1995) 159-75.

*87.  Chemical Effects of Substrate Temperature and Feed Gas Composition on Ion Beam Deposited AlN and AlN:H.  L. Huang, X.D. Wang, K.W. Hipps, U. Mazur, J.T. Dickinson, and R. Heffron.  Proceedings of the Materials Research Society, 388 (1995) 367-372.

88.  Scanning Conduction Microscopy:  A Method of Probing Abrasion of Insulating Thin Films on Conducting Substrates.  JT. Dickinson and K.W. Hipps.  Proceedings of the Materials Research Society, 385 (1995) 221-6.

*89.  Chemical Etching of Ion Beam Deposited AlN and AlN:H.   L. Huang, X.D. Wang, K.W. Hipps, U. Mazur, R. Heffron, and J.T. Dickinson.  Thin Solid Films, 279 (1996) 43-48.

90.  Metal d-orbital Occupation Dependent Images in the Scanning Tunneling Microscopy of Metal Phthalocyanines.  K.W. Hipps, Xing Lu, X.D. Wang, and Ursula Mazur.  J. Phys. Chem.  100 (1996) 11207-11210.

91.  Pulsed Laser Ablation and Deposition of Fluorocarbon Polymers.  M.G. Norton, W. Jiang, J.T. Dickinson, and K.W. Hipps.  Applied Surface Science 96-98 (1996) 617-620.

*92.  Spatial and temporal probes of fracture, wear, and deformation.  J.T. Dickinson, L.C. Jensen, K.H. Siek, and K.W. Hipps. Ceramic Transactions 64 (1996) 193-256.

93.  Spectra of the CuCl64- Anion in [tris(2-aminoethyl)amineH4]2 [CuCl6]Cl4·2H2O.  Mingyi Wei, Roger D. Willett and K. W. Hipps.  Inorganic Chemistry, 35 (1996) 5300-03.

94.  Scanning Tunneling Microscopy of Metal Phthalocyanines: d7 and d9 Cases.  X. Lu, K.W. Hipps, X.D. Wang, and Ursula Mazur.  J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 118 (1996) 7197-7202.

95.  Interaction of wide band gap single crystals with 248 nm excimer laser radiation.  IV.  Positive ion emission from MgO and NaNO3,  D. R. Ermer, J.-J. Shin, S. C. Langford, K. W. Hipps, and J. T. Dickinson,  J. Appl. Phys. 80 6452-6466 (1996).

96.  Structure and Composition Studies of Silicon Nitride Thin Films Deposited by Single Ion Beam Sputter Deposition.  L. Huang, K.W. Hipps, J.T. Dickinson, U. Mazur, and X.D. Wang.  Thin Solid Films, 299 (1997) 104-109.

97.  Scanning Tunneling Microscopy of Metal Phthalocyanines: d6 and d8 Cases.  Xing Lu and K.W. Hipps. J Phys. Chem. B, 101 (1997) 5391-5396.

98.  Characterization of Atomically Smooth Al Films by Transmission Electron Microscopy and Atomic Force Microscopy.  M. Higo, X. Lu, U. Mazur, and K.W. Hipps, Chemistry Letters, (1997) 709-710.

99.  Preparation of Atomically Smooth Aluminum Films:  Characterization by Transmission Electron Microscopy and Atomic Force Microscopy.  M. Higo, X. Lu, U. Mazur, and K.W. Hipps, Langmuir,13 (1997) 6176 - 6182

*100.  Effects of Relative Humidity and Applied Force on Atomic Force Microscopy Images of the filamentous phage fd.  KW Hipps, Jung Oh, X. Ji, and Keith Dunker.  Ultramicroscopy.  72 (1998) 165-176.

*101. The formation of transition aluminas during oxidation of AlN.  D.J. Duchesne, K.W. Hipps, B.A. Grasher, and M.G. Norton. Journal of Materials Science Letters, 1999, 18, 877-879.

102.  Morphological Observation of Tetracyanoquinodimethane Deposited from Solution onto the Atomically Smooth Native Oxide Surface of an Al(111) Film by Atomic Force Microscopy.  M. Higo, X. Lu, U. Mazur, and K. W. Hipps,Chemistry Letters, 1999, 679-680.

103. Orbital Mediated Tunneling, Inelastic Electron Tunneling, and Electrochemical Potentials for Metal Phthalocyanine Thin Films.  Ursula Mazur and K.W. Hipps, J. Phys. Chem. B 1999, 103, 9721-9727

104. Orbital Mediated Tunneling in Vanadyl Phthalocyanine Observed in Both Tunnel Diode and STM Environments.  KW Hipps, Dan E. Barlow, and Ursula Mazur, J. Phys. Chem. B ,2000, 104, 2444-2447.

105.An Experimental Study of the Line Shape of Orbital Mediated Tunneling Bands Seen in IETS.  KW Hipps and Ursula Mazur, J. Phys. Chem. B. 2000, 104, 4707-4710.

106. A Scanning Tunneling Microscopy and Spectroscopy Study of Vanadyl Phthalocyanine on Au(111):  The Effect of Oxygen Binding and Orbital Mediated Tunneling on the Apparent Corrugation.  D. Barlow and KW Hipps.  J. Phys. Chem B, 2000, 104, 5993-6000. {Cover art for this Journal issue, June 29, 2000, taken from this article}

107. Physical Properties and Metal Ion Specific Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Images of Metal(II) Tetraphenylporphyrins Deposited from the Vapor onto Gold (111).  L. Scudiero, Dan E. Barlow, and K.W. Hipps.  J. Phys. Chem B, 104 (2000) 11899-11905. {Cover art for this Journal issue, Dec 21, 2000, taken from this article}

108. Atomic Force Microscopy Observation of the Morphology of Tetracyanoquinodimethane (TCNQ) Deposited from Solution onto the Atomically Smooth Native Oxide Surface of Aluminum Films.  Higo, M.; Lu, X.; Mazur, U.; Hipps, K.W.  Thin Solid Films 384 (2001) 90-101.

109. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy, Orbital Mediated Tunneling Spectroscopy, and Ultraviolet Photoelectron Spectroscopy of Metal(II) Tetraphenylporphyrins Deposited from Vapor.  L. Scudiero, D. E. Barlow, U. Mazur, and K.W. Hipps.  JACS 123 (2001) 4073-4080.

110. Inelastic Electron Tunneling Spectroscopy, by U. Mazur and KW Hipps in "Handbook of Vibrational Spectroscopy" Edited by John Chalmers and Peter Griffiths, Volume 1. John Wiley and Sons, (2001) 812-829 (invited review article).

*111. Intrinsically Disordered Proteins.  A. Keith Dunker, Pedro Romero, Jeong Oh, Christopher Oldfield, Andrew Campen, Catherine M. Ratliff, Kerry W. Hipps, Juan Ausio, Mark S. Nissen, Raymond Reeves, ChulHee Kang, Charles R. Kissinger, Robert W. Bailey, Michael D. Griswold, J. David Lawson, Celeste J. Brown, Wah Chiu, Ethan C. Garner, and Zoran Obradovic.  Journal of Molecular Graphics and Modelling, 19 (2001) 26-59.

112. Perspective: It's About the Contacts.  K.W. Hipps. Science 294(2001)536-537.

113. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy, Orbital Mediated Tunneling Spectroscopy, and Ultraviolet Photoelectron Spectroscopy of Nickel(II) Octaethylporphyrin Deposited from Vapor. L. Scudiero, Dan E. Barlow, and K.W. Hipps.  J. Phys. Chem. B,106 (2002) 996-1003.  The cover art for this issue of the journal came from this paper.

114. A self-organized 2-dimensional bi-functional structure formed by supramolecular design.  K. W. Hipps, Louis Scudiero, Dan E. Barlow, and Manning P. Cooke, J. Amer. Chem. Soc., 124 (2002) 2126-27.

115. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy of 1, 2, and 3 Layers of Electroactive Compounds.  Dan Barlow, Louis Scudiero, and K.W. Hipps, Ultramicroscopy, 97 (2003) 47-53.

116. A Self-organized 2-Dimensional Bifunctional Structure.  Louis Scudiero, K. W. Hipps and Dan E. Barlow.  J. Phys. Chem. B, 107 (2003) 2903-2909.

117. Tip-Sample Distance Dependence in the STM Based Orbital Mediated Tunneling Spectrum of Nickel(II) Tetraphenylporphyrin Deposited on Au(111).  Wenli Deng and K.W. Hipps, J. Phys. Chem. B, 2003, 107, 10736-10740.

*118. Optimization of Film Stresses Utilized in Composite Piezoelectric Membrane Microgenerators. M.S. Kennedy, M. Zosel, C.D. Richards, R.F. Richards, D.F. Bahr, K.W. Hipps, and N.R. Moody.  Materials Research Society Proceedings, 2004, 795, 503-508.

119.  An STM Study of the Structure and Orbital Mediated Tunneling Spectra of CoPc and CoTPP on Au(111): Mixed Composition Films.  Dan E. Barlow, L. Scudiero, and K.W. Hipps.  Langmuir, 2004, 20, 4413-21.  The cover art for this issue of the journal came from this paper.

*120.  Nanomechanical Properties of Highly Ordered Phthalocyanine Langmuir-Blodgett Layers.  T Oshiro, A. Backstrom, A. M. Cumberlidge, S. Pevovar, D. Bahr, J. Smieja, K. W. Hipps, and U. Mazur.  Journal of Materials Research, 2004, 19, 1461-1470.

121.  Spontaneous Solution Phase Redox Deposition of a Dense Cobalt(II) Phthalocyanine Monolayer on Gold. U. Mazur, U.; Leonetti, M.; English, W. A.; Hipps, K. W.  J Phys. Chem. B., 2004, 108, 17003-17006.  The cover art for this issue of the journal came from this paper.

*122.  Supramolecular Structures of Coronene and Alkane Acids at the Au(111) - Solution interface:  A Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Study.  Brett Gyarfas, Bryan Wiggins, Monica Zosel, and K. W. Hipps.  Langmuir, 2005, 21, 919-923.

123.  Physical Chemistry at the Nanometer Scale.  K. W Hipps.  J. Chem. Ed., 2005 82, 693-694.

124.  Electron Tunneling, a Quantum Probe for the Quantum World of Nanotechnology.  K.W. Hipps and Louis Scudiero.  J. Chem. Ed., 2005, 82(5), 704-711.

125.  The use of weak intermolecular interactions in the design of self-assembling organic structures on surfaces:  Supramolecular Surface Chemistry.  K. W. Hipps.  Proceedings of the International Union of Materials Research Societies, Taiwan (2005).

126.  Scanning Tunneling Spectroscopy, by K W Hipps; a chapter in "Handbook of Applied Solid State Spectroscopy", Ed: Vij, D. R., Springer Verlag  (2006) Chapter 7.  ISBN: 0-387-32497-6.

*127.  A Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Study of Self-assembled Nickel(II) Octaethylporphyrin Deposited from Solutions on HOPG.  Ogunrinde, Ayowale ; Hipps, K. W.; Scudiero, L. Langmuir; 2006; 22, 5697-5701.

*128.  Scanning Tunneling Microscopy and Orbital-Mediated Tunneling Spectroscopy Study of 1,5-Di(octyloxy)anthracene Adsorbed on Highly Ordered Pyrolytic Graphite from Various Solvents and in Different Environments .  Mathew Pokrifchak, Tracey Turner, Ian Pilgrim, Martin R. Johnston, and K W Hipps  J. Phys. Chem. C,  2007; 111(21); 7735-7740.  

129.  Controlled Manipulation of self-organized Ni (II)-Octaethylporphyrin Molecules Deposited from Solution on HOPG with a Scanning Tunneling Microscope.  L. Scudiero and K. W. Hipps.  Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2007, 111 (47) 17516-20.

130.  Stability of a Surface Adlayer at Elevated Temperature:  Coronene and Heptanoic Acid on Au(111). William A. English and K.W. Hipps.   Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2008; 112(6); 2026-2031.

*131. STM and OMTS Study of N,N'-Dioctyl-1,8:4,5-naphthalenediimide Adsorbed on Highly Ordered Pyrolytic Graphite from Various Solvents and In Different Environments.  Leslie Shuhler, Rebekah Britain, Martin Johnson, and K. W. Hipps.  J. Phys. Chem. C, 2008, 112, 14907- 14912.

*132. Organization of Vanadyl and Metal-Free Tetraphenoxyphthalocyanine Complexes on Highly Oriented Pyrolytic Graphite in the Presence of Paraffinic Solvents: an STM Study.  Ursula Mazur, K. W. Hipps, and Shawn L. Riechers.  Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2008, 112, 20347-20356.

133. Solvent-Induced Variations in Surface Structure of a 2,9,16,23-Tetra-tert-butyl-phthalocyanine on Graphite.  Takami, T.; Mazur, U., Hipps, K.W.; J. Phys. Chem. C, 2009, 113 (40), pp 17479–17483.

134.  Commensurate ordering of iron phthalocyanine on Ag(111) surface.  Tomohide Takami , Clarisa Carrizales, and K.W. Hipps.  Surface Science, 2009, 603, 3201-3204.

135. Low adhesion, non-wetting phosphonate self-assembled monolayer films formed on copper oxide surfaces.  E. Hoque, J.A. DeRose, B. Bhushan, K.W. Hipps.  Ultramicroscopy 2009, 109, 1015–1022

136. Differing HOMO and LUMO Mediated Conduction in a Porphyrin Nanorod.  Benjamin A. Friesen, Bryan Wiggins, Jeanne L. McHale, Ursula Mazur*, and K. W. Hipps.  JACS, 2010,132, 8554–8556.

*137.  Building Self-Assembled Molecular Layers with Axially Substituted Titanium Phthalocyanines.  Tomohide Takami, Aurora Clark, Richard Caldwell,Ursula Mazur, and K.W. Hipps.  Langmuir 2010, 26, 12709–12715, DOI: 10.1021/la1020127

*138.  Temperature Independence of Orbital Mediated Tunneling in Cobalt(II) Phthalocyanine.  Brett Gyarfas, Bryan Wiggins, and K W Hipps, J. Phys. Chem. C 2010, 114, 13349-13353.

139.  A Self-Assembled Two-Dimensional Zwitterionic Structure: H6TSPP studied on HOPG. Benjamin A. Friesen, Bryan Wiggins, Jeanne L. McHale, Ursula Mazur, and K. W. Hipps.  J. Phys. Chem.  2011, 115, 3990-3999.

140. Tunneling Spectroscopy of Organic Monolayers and Single Molecules. Hipps, K. W. A chapter in Topics of Current Chemistry Unimolecular and Macromolecular Electronics” Ed: Robert Metzger, Springer Verlag 2011 (in press)

141.  Aggregation of Sulfonated Free-Base Phthalocyanine on Gold as a Function of Solution pH. Krista R. A. Nishida, Bryan C. Wiggins, K. W. Hipps, and Ursula Mazur. J. Porph. & Phthal. 2011, 15, 459-466.

142. Structural and Electronic Properties of Columnar Supramolecular Assemblies Formed from Ionic Metal Free Phthalocyanine on Au(111). Krista R. A. Nishida, Bryan C. Wiggins, Jeanne L. McHale, K. W. Hipps, and Ursula Mazur. J. Phys. Chem. C 2011<, 115, 3990-3999.>, 115, 16305-16314

143.  Crystallographic STM image processing of 2D periodic and highly symmetric molecule arrays, Peter Moeck, Taylor Bilyeu, Jack Straton, Kerry Hipps, Ursula Mazur, Michael Hietschold, Marius Toader, and Rabe Juergen,  Proceedings of the IEEE NANO 2011 Conference (NANO 2011), 2011, 891-896.

144.  Fabrication of graphene with CuO islands by chemical vapor deposition.  Qi, Yun; Mazur, Jeremy Eskelsen, Ursula Mazur, and K W Hipps.  Langmuir 2012, 28, 3489–3493

145. Electron Affinity States of Metal Supported Phthalocyanines Measured by Tunneling Spectroscopy.   K. W. Hipps and Ursula Mazur.  Journal of Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines.  2012 , 3, 273-281.

146.  Single Molecule Imaging of Oxygenation of Cobalt Porphyrin at the Solution/Solid Interface:  Thermodynamics from Microscopy.  Benjamin A. Friesen, Ashish Bhattarai, K. W. Hipps, and Ursula Mazur. J A C S 2012, 134, 14897-14904.   The cover art for this issue of the journal came from this paper.

147.  Charge transfer induced chemical reaction of tetracyano-pquinodimethane adsorbed on grapheme.  Yun Qi, Ursula Mazur, and K. W. Hipps.  RSC Advances,  2012, 2, 10579-10584.

*148. Protonation State of Core Nitrogens in the Meso-tetra(4-carboxyphenyl)porphyrin Impacts the Chemical and Physical Properties of Nanostructures Formed in Acid Solutions.  Jeremy R. Eskelsen, Yingte Wang, Yun Qi, Monali Ray, Mzuri Handlin, K. W. Hipps, and Ursula Mazur. Journal of Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines, 2012, 16, 1233-1243. The cover art for this issue of the journal came from this paper.

* 149. Temperature Stability of Three Commensurate Surface Structures of Coronene Adsorbed on Au(111) from Hepatnoic Acid in the 10ºC to 60ºC Range.  Abdolreza Jahanbekam, Sara Vorpahl, Ursula Mazur, and K W Hipps.  J. Phys. Chem. C 2013, 117, 2914-2919.

*150.  Correlating Elastic Properties and Molecular Organization of an Ionic Organic Nanostructure.  Jeremy R. Eskelsen, Yun Qi, Samantha Schneider-Pollack, Samantha Schmitt, K. W. Hipps, and Ursula Mazur.  Nanoscale 2013, DOI: 10.1039/c3nr05047e.

 

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