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Articles Published

“Effect of surface chemistry on the quality factors of micromechanicalresonators,” J. A. Henry, Y. Wang, and M. A. Hines, Proceedings of SPIE Micro- and Nanotechnoolgy Sensors, Systems, and Applications III, 80311A-80311A-7 (2011).

“Understanding the Effects of Surface Chemistry on Q: Mechanical Energy Dissipation in Alkyl-terminated (C1-C18) Micromechanical Silicon Resonators” J. A. Henry, D. Sengupta, Y. Wang, and M.A. Hines, J. Phys. Chem. B 111 (1), 88-94 (2007)

“Nanomechanical Resonant Devices: Surface Chemistry, Challenges, and Opportunities” J.A. Henry, D. Sengupta and M.A. Hines, Dekker Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology online publication, DOI: 10.1081/E-ENN-120041322 (2005).

“Methyl Monolayers Suppress Mechanical Energy Dissipation in Micromechanical Silicon Resonators” Y. Wang, J.A. Henry,  D. Sengupta and M.A. Hines Applied Physics Letters 85, 5736-5738 (2005).

“Controlling Energy Dissipation and Stability of Micromechanical Silicon Resonators with Self-Assembled Monolayers” J.A. Henry. Y. Wang, and M.A. Hines, Applied Physics Letters 84, 1765-1767 (2004).

“Surface Chemical Control of Mechanical Energy Losses in Micromechanical Silicon Structures” Y. Wang, J.A. Henry, and M.A. Hines, J. Phys. Chem B 106, 14270-14277 (2003).

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