Anatoli Melechko
Anatoli Melechko
SAS Institute
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Vertically aligned carbon nanofibers and related structures: Controlled synthesis and directed assembly
AV Melechko, VI Merkulov, TE McKnight, MA Guillorn, KL Klein, ...
Journal of applied physics 97 (4), 2005
Alignment mechanism of carbon nanofibers produced by plasma-enhanced chemical-vapor deposition
VI Merkulov, AV Melechko, MA Guillorn, DH Lowndes, ML Simpson
Applied Physics Letters 79 (18), 2970-2972, 2001
Intracellular integration of synthetic nanostructures with viable cells for controlled biochemical manipulation
TE McKnight, AV Melechko, GD Griffin, MA Guillorn, VI Merkulov, F Serna, ...
Nanotechnology 14 (5), 551, 2003
Surface characterization and functionalization of carbon nanofibers
KL Klein, AV Melechko, TE McKnight, ST Retterer, PD Rack, JD Fowlkes, ...
Journal of Applied Physics 103 (6), 2008
Bridge structure for the graphene/Ni (111) system: A first principles study
M Fuentes-Cabrera, MI Baskes, AV Melechko, ML Simpson
Physical Review B 77 (3), 035405, 2008
Tracking gene expression after DNA delivery using spatially indexed nanofiber arrays
TE McKnight, AV Melechko, DK Hensley, DGJ Mann, GD Griffin, ...
Nano Letters 4 (7), 1213-1219, 2004
Controlled alignment of carbon nanofibers in a large-scale synthesis process
VI Merkulov, AV Melechko, MA Guillorn, ML Simpson, DH Lowndes, ...
Applied Physics Letters 80 (25), 4816-4818, 2002
Individually addressable vertically aligned carbon nanofiber-based electrochemical probes
MA Guillorn, TE McKnight, A Melechko, VI Merkulov, PF Britt, DW Austin, ...
Journal of Applied Physics 91 (6), 3824-3828, 2002
Vertically aligned carbon nanofiber arrays record electrophysiological signals from hippocampal slices
Z Yu, TE McKnight, MN Ericson, AV Melechko, ML Simpson, B Morrison
Nano letters 7 (8), 2188-2195, 2007
Reversible electrowetting of vertically aligned superhydrophobic carbon nanofibers
MS Dhindsa, NR Smith, J Heikenfeld, PD Rack, JD Fowlkes, MJ Doktycz, ...
Langmuir 22 (21), 9030-9034, 2006
Operation of a gated field emitter using an individual carbon nanofiber cathode
MA Guillorn, AV Melechko, VI Merkulov, ED Ellis, CL Britton, ML Simpson, ...
Applied Physics Letters 79 (21), 3506-3508, 2001
Defect-mediated condensation of a charge density wave
HH Weitering, JM Carpinelli, AV Melechko, J Zhang, M Bartkowiak, ...
Science 285 (5436), 2107-2110, 1999
Large-scale synthesis of arrays of high-aspect-ratio rigid vertically aligned carbon nanofibres
AV Melechko, TE McKnight, DK Hensley, MA Guillorn, AY Borisevich, ...
Nanotechnology 14 (9), 1029, 2003
Four-probe charge transport measurements on individual vertically aligned carbon nanofibers
L Zhang, D Austin, VI Merkulov, AV Meleshko, KL Klein, MA Guillorn, ...
Applied Physics Letters 84 (20), 3972-3974, 2004
Self-aligned gated field emission devices using single carbon nanofiber cathodes
MA Guillorn, AV Melechko, VI Merkulov, DK Hensley, ML Simpson, ...
Applied Physics Letters 81 (19), 3660-3662, 2002
Two-dimensional phase transition mediated by extrinsic defects
AV Melechko, J Braun, HH Weitering, EW Plummer
Physical review letters 83 (5), 999, 1999
Field emission from isolated individual vertically aligned carbon nanocones
LR Baylor, VI Merkulov, ED Ellis, MA Guillorn, DH Lowndes, AV Melechko, ...
Journal of Applied Physics 91 (7), 4602-4606, 2002
RACHET: An efficient cover-based merging of clustering hierarchies from distributed datasets
NF Samatova, G Ostrouchov, A Geist, AV Melechko
Distributed and Parallel Databases 11, 157-180, 2002
Control mechanisms for the growth of isolated vertically aligned carbon nanofibers
VI Merkulov, DK Hensley, AV Melechko, MA Guillorn, DH Lowndes, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 106 (41), 10570-10577, 2002
Effects of spatial separation on the growth of vertically aligned carbon nanofibers produced by plasma-enhanced chemical vapor deposition
VI Merkulov, AV Melechko, MA Guillorn, DH Lowndes, ML Simpson
Applied physics letters 80 (3), 476-478, 2002
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