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  1. Gate-controlled supercurrent in ballistic InSb nanoflag Josephson junctions
  2. Black Phosphorus/Palladium Nanohybrid: Unraveling the Nature of P–Pd Interaction and Application in Selective Hydrogenation
  3. Full electrostatic control of quantum interference in an extended trenched Josephson junction
  4. Morphology of Ti on Monolayer Nanocrystalline Graphene and Its Unexpectedly Low Hydrogen Adsorption
  5. A Perspective on Recent Advances in Phosphorene Functionalization and Its Applications in Devices
  6. STM study of exfoliated few layer black phosphorus annealed in ultrahigh vacuum
  7. Surface structures of graphene covered Cu(103)
  8. Toward Quantum Hall Effect in a Josephson Junction
  9. Hybrid nanocomposites of 2D black phosphorus nanosheets encapsulated in PMMA polymer material: new platforms for advanced device fabrication
  10. Tuning Hydrogen Adsorption on Graphene by Gate Voltage
  11. Phosphorus oxide gate dielectric for black phosphorus field effect transistors
  12. Unraveling localized states in quasi free standing monolayer graphene by means of Density Functional Theory
  13. Polymer-Based Black Phosphorus (bP) Hybrid Materials by in Situ Radical Polymerization: An Effective Tool To Exfoliate bP and Stabilize bP Nanoflakes
  14. A sensitive calorimetric technique to study energy (heat) exchange at the nano-scale
  15. Manipulating quantum Hall edge channels in graphene through scanning gate microscopy
  16. Li-intercalated graphene on SiC(0001): An STM study
  17. Atomic and electronic structure of Si dangling bonds in quasi-free-standing monolayer graphene
  18. Heterogeneous nucleation of catalyst-free InAs nanowires on silicon
  19. Decoration of exfoliated black phosphorus with nickel nanoparticles and its application in catalysis
  20. Dephasing in strongly anisotropic black phosphorus
  21. Efficient n -type doping in epitaxial graphene through strong lateral orbital hybridization of Ti adsorbate
  22. Interedge backscattering in buried split-gate-defined graphene quantum point contacts
  23. MBE growth of self-assisted InAs nanowires on graphene
  24. Revealing the Multibonding State between Hydrogen and Graphene-Supported Ti Clusters
  25. Low-temperature quantum transport in CVD-grown single crystal graphene
  26. Aharonov-Bohm interferometer based onn−pjunctions in graphene nanoribbons
  27. The Role of Water in the Preparation and Stabilization of High-Quality Phosphorene Flakes
  28. Measurement of topological Berry phase in highly disordered graphene
  29. Bilayer-induced asymmetric quantum Hall effect in epitaxial graphene
  30. Increasing the active surface of titanium islands on graphene by nitrogen sputtering
  31. Rapid CVD growth of millimetre-sized single crystal graphene using a cold-wall reactor
  32. Correlation between morphology and transport properties of quasi-free-standing monolayer graphene
  33. Scanning gate imaging of quantum point contacts and the origin of the 0.7 anomaly
  34. Tuning of quantum interference in top-gated graphene on SiC
  35. Correction to “Influence of Graphene Curvature on Hydrogen Adsorption: Toward Hydrogen Storage Devices”
  36. Hydrogen storage with titanium-functionalized graphene
  37. Influence of Graphene Curvature on Hydrogen Adsorption: Toward Hydrogen Storage Devices
  38. Revealing the atomic structure of the buffer layer between SiC(0001) and epitaxial graphene
  39. Imaging backscattering through impurity-induced antidots in quantum Hall constrictions
  40. Charge down and heat up
  41. Imaging Fractional Incompressible Stripes in Integer Quantum Hall Systems
  42. Dynamic probe of atom exchange during monolayer growth
  43. Large-Area Ohmic Top Contact to Vertically Grown Nanowires Using a Free-Standing Au Microplate Electrode
  44. Impact of electron heating on the equilibration between quantum Hall edge channels
  45. Composition uniformity of site-controlled InAs/GaAs quantum dots
  46. Spatially resolved analysis of edge-channel equilibration in quantum Hall circuits
  47. Compositional mapping of semiconductor quantum dots and rings
  48. Ultra-thin high-quality silicon nitride films on Si(111)
  49. Photoemission Microscopy Studies of Quantum Dots and Rings
  50. Probing the Gate−Voltage-Dependent Surface Potential of Individual InAs Nanowires Using Random Telegraph Signals
  51. Pd-Assisted Growth of InAs Nanowires
  52. Coexistence of Vapor-Liquid-Solid and Vapor-Solid-Solid Growth Modes in Pd-Assisted InAs Nanowires
  53. Editorial
  54. Selective control of edge-channel trajectories by scanning gate microscopy
  55. Kinetics of the evolution of InAs/GaAs quantum dots to quantum rings: A combined x-ray, atomic force microscopy, and photoluminescence study
  56. From nanoislands to nanowires: Growth of germanium on gallium-terminated silicon surfaces
  57. Electron Resist Behavior of Pd Hexadecanethiolate Examined Using X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy with Nanometric Lateral Resolution
  58. Catalytic Behavior of Individual Au Nanocrystals in the Local Anodic Oxidation of Si Surfaces
  59. Transport anisotropy inIn0.75Ga0.25Astwo-dimensional electron gases induced by indium concentration modulation
  60. In situnanoscale mapping of the chemical composition of surfaces and 3D nanostructures by photoelectron spectromicroscopy
  61. Conductive atomic force microscopy of InAs∕GaAs quantum rings
  62. Experimental investigation of the spin reorientation ofCo∕Aubased magnetic nanodot arrays
  63. Erratum to “A numerical approach to quantify self-ordering among self-organized nanostructures” [Surface Science (2008) 602 (1) 249–258]
  64. A numerical approach to quantify self-ordering among self-organized nanostructures
  65. Adsorbate induced self-ordering of germanium nanoislands on Si(113)
  66. Layer-resolved imaging of domain wall interactions in magnetic tunnel junction-like trilayers
  67. Gold-Catalyzed Oxide Nanopatterns for the Directed Assembly of Ge Island Arrays on Si
  68. Tuning the domain wall orientation in thin magnetic strips using induced anisotropy
  69. Morphology and Composition of InAs/GaAs Quantum Dots
  70. Transformation of femtoliter metal cups to oxide cups: chemical mapping by scanning Auger spectroscopy
  71. The nature of charged zig-zag domains in MnAs thin films
  72. Chemistry and formation process of Ga(Al)As oxide during local anodic oxidation nanolithography
  73. Investigation of magnetically coupled ferromagnetic stripe arrays
  74. Quantitative determination of domain wall coupling energetics
  75. Temperature dependent low energy electron microscopy study of Ge growth on Si(113)
  76. Magnetic states in wide annular structures
  77. Photoelectron spectroscopy and microscopy of carbon nanotubes
  78. Chemical Mapping of Individual Semiconductor Nanostructures
  79. Orientation and interface effects on the structural and magnetic properties of MnAs-on-GaAs hybrid structures
  80. Observation of thermally activated domain wall transformations
  81. Microscopy of mesoscopic ferromagnetic systems with slow electrons
  82. Three-dimensional magnetic-flux-closure patterns in mesoscopic Fe islands
  83. Evidence of material mixing during local anodic oxidation nanolithography
  85. Imaging of ferroelectric thin films by X-ray photoemission electron microscopy (XPEEM)
  86. Virgin domain structures in mesoscopic Co patterns: Comparison between simulation and experiment
  87. Imaging low-dimensional magnetism with slow electrons
  88. Imaging of magnetic nanodots on self-organized semiconductor substrates
  89. Desorption dynamics of oxide nanostructures fabricated by local anodic oxidation nanolithography
  90. Spectroscopic identification and imaging of surface processes occurring at microscopic and mesoscopic scales
  91. Behavior of SiO2 nanostructures under intense extreme ultraviolet illumination
  92. Magnetic domain walls in T-shaped permalloy microstructures
  93. GaAs Oxide Desorption under Extreme Ultraviolet Photon Flux
  94. Selective metal electrodeposition through doping modulation of semiconductor surfaces
  95. Composition of Ge(Si) islands in the growth of Ge on Si(111) by x-ray spectromicroscopy
  96. Energetically Driven Reorganization of a Modified Catalytic Surface under Reaction Conditions
  97. Tailoring of the structural and magnetic properties of MnAs films grown on GaAs—Strain and annealing effects
  98. Head-to-head domain-wall phase diagram in mesoscopic ring magnets
  99. Tuning Surface Reactivity via Electron Quantum Confinement
  100. Spectromicroscopy of ultrathin Pd films on W(110):
  101. Direct observation of reaction-induced lateral redistribution of sub-monolayers of Au deposited on a Rh(110) surface
  102. Work functions of individual single-walled carbon nanotubes
  103. Dip-pen nanolithography with magnetic Fe2O3 nanocrystals
  104. Composition of Ge(Si) islands in the growth of Ge on Si(111)
  105. Spin configurations and classification of switching processes in ferromagnetic rings down to sub- dimensions
  106. Domain wall behaviour at constrictions in ferromagnetic ring structures
  107. Observation of single-walled carbon nanotubes by photoemission microscopy
  108. Selective Activation and Passivation of Nanoparticle Catalysts through Substrate Mediation
  109. Direct observation of spin configurations and classification of switching processes in mesoscopic ferromagnetic rings
  110. Wetting of Si surfaces by Au–Si liquid alloys
  111. AFM anodization studied by spectromicroscopy
  112. Spectro-microscopy of ultra-thin SiN films on Si()
  113. Extremely small diffusion constant of Cs in multiwalled carbon nanotubes
  114. Atomic force microscope anodic oxidation studied by spectroscopic microscopy
  115. Electronic structure of carbon nanotubes studied by photoelectron spectromicroscopy
  119. Erratum to: “Local Au coverage as driving force for Au induced faceting of vicinal Si(001): a LEEM and XPEEM study” [Surf. Sci. 480 (2001) 103]
  120. Low-energy electron microscopy/x-ray magnetic circular dichroism photoemission electron microscopy study of epitaxial MnAs on GaAs
  121. Local Au coverage as driving force for Au induced faceting of vicinal Si(001): a LEEM and XPEEM study
  122. Spatial Variation of Au Coverage as the Driving Force for Nanoscopic Pattern Formation
  123. Valence band alignment and work function of heteroepitaxial nanocrystals on GaAs(001)
  124. Surface diffusion of Au on Si(111): A microscopic study
  125. Transmission electron microscopy studies of the microstructure of Si layers grown on GaAs(001) under an excess As or Al flux
  126. Microfocusing VLS-grating-based beamline for advanced microscopy
  127. Optical layout of a beamline for photoemission microscopy
  128. Lateral inhomogeneities in engineered Schottky barriers
  129. SPELEEM: Combining LEEM and Spectroscopic Imaging
  130. ZnSe Growth on Lattice-Matched InxGa1-xAs Substrates
  131. Strain and surface morphology in lattice-matched ZnSe/InxGa1−xAs heterostructures
  132. Lattice-matched Zn1−yCdySe/InxGa1−xAs(0 0 1) heterostructures
  133. Interface composition and stacking fault density in II-VI/III-V heterostructures
  134. Initial stages of nanocrystal growth of compound semiconductors on Si substrates
  135. Initial stages of the growth ofSrF2on InP
  136. Chemical-state-resolved x-ray standing-wave analysis using chemical shift in photoelectron spectra
  137. Morphology of epitaxial SrF2 films on atomically modified InP(100)
  138. Surface roughness and conductivity of thin Ag films
  139. Conductance of Ag on Si(111): a two-dimensional percolation problem
  140. Magnetoconductivity of thin epitaxial silver films
  141. Metallic and nonmetallic conductivity of thin epitaxial silver films
  142. Magnetoconductivity of thin epitaxialNiSi2films in UHV at low temperatures
  143. The initial stages of epitaxial growth of silicon on Si(100)−2 × 1
  144. Electronic and structural properties of thin SrF/sub 2/ films on InP
  145. Sulfur-treated InP surfaces studied by soft X-ray photoemission spectroscopy