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Diethelm Johannsmann
Diethelm Johannsmann
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Hearing what you cannot see and visualizing what you hear: interpreting quartz crystal microbalance data from solvated interfaces
I Reviakine, D Johannsmann, RP Richter
Analytical chemistry 83 (23), 8838-8848, 2011
8862011
Long-range attraction between colloidal spheres at the air-water interface: The consequence of an irregular meniscus
D Stamou, C Duschl, D Johannsmann
Physical Review E 62 (4), 5263, 2000
5392000
Polyelectrolyte brushes
J Rühe, M Ballauff, M Biesalski, P Dziezok, F Gröhn, D Johannsmann, ...
Polyelectrolytes with Defined Molecular Architecture I, 79-150, 2004
5182004
Viscoelastic properties of thin films probed with a quartz-crystal resonator
D Johannsmann, K Mathauer, G Wegner, W Knoll
Physical Review B 46 (12), 7808, 1992
3611992
The quartz crystal microbalance in soft matter research
D Johannsmann
Soft and Biological Matter, 191-204, 2015
3442015
Viscoelastic, mechanical, and dielectric measurements on complex samples with the quartz crystal microbalance
D Johannsmann
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 10 (31), 4516-4534, 2008
3332008
Viscoelastic analysis of organic thin films on quartz resonators
D Johannsmann
Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics 200 (3), 501-516, 1999
2621999
Swelling of a polymer brush probed with a quartz crystal resonator
A Domack, O Prucker, J Rühe, D Johannsmann
Physical Review E 56 (1), 680, 1997
2161997
Synthesis and swelling behavior of a weak polyacid brush
M Biesalski, D Johannsmann, J Rühe
The Journal of chemical physics 117 (10), 4988-4994, 2002
2012002
Dissipation in films of adsorbed nanospheres studied by quartz crystal microbalance (QCM)
D Johannsmann, I Reviakine, RP Richter
Analytical chemistry 81 (19), 8167-8176, 2009
1862009
Electropolymerization and doping/dedoping properties of polyaniline thin films as studied by electrochemical-surface plasmon spectroscopy and by the quartz crystal microbalance
A Baba, S Tian, F Stefani, C Xia, Z Wang, RC Advincula, D Johannsmann, ...
Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry 562 (1), 95-103, 2004
1842004
A novel method to measure diffusion coefficients in porous metal–organic frameworks
O Zybaylo, O Shekhah, H Wang, M Tafipolsky, R Schmid, ...
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 12 (28), 8093-8098, 2010
1742010
Positive frequency shifts observed upon adsorbing micron-sized solid objects to a quartz crystal microbalance from the liquid phase
A Pomorska, D Shchukin, R Hammond, MA Cooper, G Grundmeier, ...
Analytical chemistry 82 (6), 2237-2242, 2010
1702010
Model-independent analysis of QCM data on colloidal particle adsorption
E Tellechea, D Johannsmann, NF Steinmetz, RP Richter, I Reviakine
Langmuir 25 (9), 5177-5184, 2009
1682009
Adsorption of pNIPAM layers on hydrophobic gold surfaces, measured in situ by QCM and SPR
MA Plunkett, Z Wang, MW Rutland, D Johannsmann
Langmuir 19 (17), 6837-6844, 2003
1552003
Electrolyte-induced collapse of a polyelectrolyte brush
M Biesalski, D Johannsmann, J Rühe
The Journal of chemical physics 120 (18), 8807-8814, 2004
1532004
Swelling of thick polymer brushes investigated with ellipsometry
J Habicht, M Schmidt, J Rühe, D Johannsmann
Langmuir 15 (7), 2460-2465, 1999
1481999
Surface-rheological measurements on glass forming polymers based on the surface tension driven decay of imprinted corrugation gratings
M Hamdorf, D Johannsmann
The Journal of Chemical Physics 112 (9), 4262-4270, 2000
1442000
Effect of sample heterogeneity on the interpretation of QCM (-D) data: comparison of combined quartz crystal microbalance/atomic force microscopy measurements with finite …
D Johannsmann, I Reviakine, E Rojas, M Gallego
Analytical chemistry 80 (23), 8891-8899, 2008
1372008
Molecular orientation at rubbed polyimide surfaces determined with X-ray absorption spectroscopy: Relevance for liquid crystal alignment
K Weiss, C Wöll, E Böhm, B Fiebranz, G Forstmann, B Peng, ...
Macromolecules 31 (6), 1930-1936, 1998
1281998
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