Publications

PUBLICATIONS (H-index = 53, First paper 1995)

122.  An NH Moiety is not Required for Anion Binding to Amides in Aqueous Solution
Rembert, Kelvin; Okur, Halil; Hilty, Christian; Cremer, Paul
Langmuir, 2015, 31, 3459-3464 pdf

121.  Chemotactic Separation of Enzymes
Krishna Kanti Dey, Sambeeta Das, Matthew F. Poyton, Samudra Sengupta, Peter Butler, Paul S. Cremer, Ayusman Sen
ACS Nano, 2014, 8(12) 11941-11949 pdf

120.  Beyond Hofmeister
Pavel Jungwirth and Paul S. Cremer
Nature Chem., 6, 2014, 261-263 pdf

119.  Fabrication of Split-Rings via Stretchable Colloidal Lithography
Yangjun Cai, Yang Cao, Peter Nordlander, and Paul S. Cremer
ACS Photonics, 2014, 1, 127-134 pdf

118.  Monitoring Phosphatidic Acid Formation in Intact Phosphatidylcholine Bilayers upon Phospholipase D Catalysis
Chunming Liu, Da Huang, Tinglu Yang and Paul S. Cremer
Anal. Chem., 2014, 86, 1753-1759 pdf

117.  Effects of End Group Termination on Salting-Out Constants for Triglycine
Jana Hladílková, Jan Heyda, Kelvin B. Rembert, Halil I. Okur, Yadagiri
Kurra, Wenshe R. Liu, Christian Hilty, Paul S. Cremer, and Pavel Jungwirth

J. Phys. Chem. Lett., 2013,4, 4069-4073 pdf

116.  Electrophoretic Measurements of Lipid Charges in Supported Membranes
Matthew F. Poyton and Paul S. Cremer
Anal. Chem., 2013, 85, 10803-10811 pdf

115. Sensing Small Molecule Interactions with Lipid Membranes by Local pH Modulation
Da Huang, Tao Zhao, Wei Xu, Tinglu Yang, Paul S. Cremer
Anal. Chem., 2013, 85, 10240-10248 pdf 

114. Reversal of the Hofmeister Series: Specific Ion Effects on Peptides
Jana Paterova, Kelvin B. Rembert, Jan Heyda, Yadagiri Kurra, Halil I. Okur, Wenshe R. Liu, Christian Hilty, Paul S. Cremer, Pavel Jungwirth
J. Phys. Chem. B 117 (2013) 8150-8158 pdf

113. Coupling Supported Lipid Bilayer Electrophoresis with MALDI-MS Imaging
Hudson Pace, Stacy Sherrod, Christopher Monson, David H. Russell, and Paul S. Cremer
Anal. Chem. (2013), 85, 6047-6052 pdf

112. Stepwise Molding, Etching, and Imprinting to Form Libraries of Nanopatterned Substrates
Zhi Zhao, Yangjun Cai, Wei-Ssu Liao and Paul S. Cremer
Langmuir 29 (2013) 6737-6745 pdf

111. Phenothiazines Inhibit HCV Entry Likely by Increasing the Fluidity of Cholesterol-Rich Membranes
Ana M. Chamoun-Emanuelli, Eve-Isabelle Pecheur, Rudo L. Simeon, Da Huang, Paul S. Cremer, and Zhilei Chen
Antimicrobial Agents Chemotherapy, 57 (2013) 2571-2581 pdf

110. Cations Bind Only Weakly to Amides in Aqueous Solutions
Halil I. Okur, Jaibir Kherb, and Paul S. Cremer
J. Am. Chem. Soc. 135 (2013) 5062−5067 pdf

109. Fluorescence Modulation Sensing of Positively and Negatively Charged Proteins on Lipid Bilayers
Aaron D. Robison, Da Huang, Hyunsook Jung, Paul S. Cremer
Biointerphases 8 (2013) 1-9  pdf

108. Single Plasmonic Nanoparticle Tracking Studies of Solid Supported Bilayers with Ganglioside Lipids

Laura B. Sagle, Laura Ruvuna, Julia Bingham, Chunming Liu, Paul S. Cremer, and Richard P. VanDuyne
J. Am. Chem. Soc. 134 (2012) 15832-15839 pdf

107. Fabrication of Elliptical Nanorings with Highly Tunable and Multiple Plasmonic Resonances
Yangjun Cai, Yang Li, Peter Nordlander, Paul S.Cremer
Nano Letters 12 (2012) 4881-4888 pdf

106. Figuration and Detection of Single Molecules
R. Nevels, G.R. Welch, P.S. Cremer, P. Hemmer, T. Phillips, S. Scully, A.V. Sokolov, A.A. Svidzinsky, H. Xia, A. Zheltikov & M.O. Scully 
Molecular Physics 110 (2012) 1993-2000 pdf

105. Direct and Reverse Hofmeister Effects on Interfacial Water Structure
Sarah C. Flores, Jaibir Kherb, and Paul S. Cremer
J. Phys. Chem. C. 116 (2012) 14408-14413 pdf

104. The Role of Carboxylate Side Chains in the Cation Hofmeister Series
Jaibir Kherb, Sarah C. Flores, and Paul S. Cremer
J. Phys. Chem. B. 116 (2012) 7389-7397 pdf

103. The Molecular Mechanisms of Ion-Specific Effects on Proteins
Kelvin B. Rembert, Jana Peterova, Jan Heyda, Christian Hilty, Pavel Jungwirth, Paul S. Cremer
J. Am. Chem. Soc. 134 (2012) 10039-10046 pdf 
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102. Monitoring Protein, Small Molecule, and Ion Binding by Local pH Modulation
Da Huang, Aaron D. Robison, Yiquan Liu, and Paul S. Cremer
Biosens. Bioelectron. 38(2012) 74 – 78 pdf

101. Phosphatidylserine Reversibly Binds Cu2+ with Extremely High Affinity
Christopher F. Monson, Xiao Cong, Aaron Robison, Hudson P. Pace, Chunming Liu, Matthew F. Poyton, and Paul S. Cremer
J. Am. Chem. Soc. 134 (2012) 7773-7779 pdf

100. The Effects of Hofmeister Cations at Negatively Charged Hydrophilic Surfaces 
Sarah C. Flores, Jaibir Kherb, Nicole Konelick, Xin Chen, and Paul S. Cremer
J. Phys. Chem. C 116 (2012) 5730-5734 pdf

99. Deflected Capillary Force Lithography
Yangjun Cai, Zhi Zhao, Jixin Chen, Tinglu Yang, and Paul S. Cremer
ACS Nano 6 (2012) 1548-1556 pdf

98. The Methyl Groups of Trimethylamine N-Oxide (TMAO) Orient Away from Hydrophobic Interfaces 
Laura B. Sagle, Katherine Cimatu, Vladislav A. Litosh, Yi Liu, Sarah C. Flores, Xin Chen, Bin Yu, and Paul S. Cremer
J. Am. Chem. Soc. 133 (2011) 18707–18712 pdf

97. Protein Separation by Electrophoretic-Electroosmotic Focusing on Supported Lipid Bilayers 
Chunming Liu, Christopher F. Monson, Tinglu Yang, Hudson Pace, and Paul S. Cremer
Anal. Chem. 83 (2011) 7876-7880  pdf
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96. Supported Bilayer Electrophoresis Under Controlled Buffer Conditions
Christopher F. Monson, Hudson P. Pace Chunming Liu, and Paul S. Cremer

Anal. Chem. 83 (2011) 2090-2096
 pdf

95. Surface Patterning: More than Just Scratching the Surface
Paul S. Cremer 

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 133 (2011) 167-169 
pdf

94. Photoelectrochemical Hydrogen Production from Water/Methanol Decomposition Using Ag/TiO2
Nanocomposite Thin Films
Naser Alenzi, Wei-Ssu Liao, Paul S. Cremer, Viviana Sanchez-Torres, Thomas K. Wood, Christine Ehlig-Conomides, and Zhengdong Cheng 

International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 35 (2010) 11768-11775 
pdf

93. Specific Anion Effects on Water Structure Adjacent to Protein Monolayers
Xin Chen, Sarah C. Flores, Soon-Mi Lim, Yanjie Zhang, Tinglu Yang, Jaibir Kherb and Paul S. Cremer

Langmuir 26 (2010) 16447-16454 pdf

92. Chemistry of Hofmeister Anions and Osmolytes
Yanjie Zhang and Paul S. Cremer

Ann. Rev. Phys. Chem. 61 (2010) 63-83
(Reprints available upon request) pdf

91. Benchtop Chemistry for the Rapid Prototyping of Label-Free Biosensors: T-LSPR Platforms
Wei-Ssu Liao, Xin Chen, Tinglu Yang, Edward T. Castellana, Jixin Chen and Paul S. Cremer

Biointerphases 4 (2009) 80-85 pdf

90. Hydrogen Bonding of β-Turn Structure is Stabilized in D2O
Younhee Cho, Laura B. Sagle, Satoshi Iimura, Yanjie Zhang, Jaibir Kherb,
Ashutosh Chikoti, J. Martin Scholtz and Paul S. Cremer

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 131 (2009) 15188-15193 
pdf

89. The Inverse and Direct Hofmeister Series for Lysozyme
Yanjie Zhang and Paul S. Cremer
PNAS 106 (2009) 15249-15253 
pdf

88. On the Structure of Water at the Aqueous/Air Interface
Yubo Fan, Xin Chen, Lijiang Yang, Paul S. Cremer and Yi Qin Gao 

J. Phys. Chem. B 113 (2009) 11672-11679 
pdf

87. Multivalent Ligand-Receptor Binding on Supported Lipid Bilayers
Hyunsook Jung, Aaron D. Robison, and Paul S. Cremer 

J. Struct. Biol. 168 (2009) 90-94 
pdf

86. Investigating the Hydrogen Bonding Model of Urea Denaturation
Laura B. Sagle, Yanjie Zhang, Vladislav A. Litosh, Xin Chen, Younhee Cho, and Paul S. Cremer 

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 131 (2009) 9304-9310
 pdf

85. Evaporation-Induced Assembly of Quantum Dots into Nanorings
Jixin Chen, Wei-Ssu Liao, Xin Chen, Tinglu Yang, Stacey E. Wark, Dong Hee Son, James D. Batteas, Paul S. Cremer 

ACS Nano 3 (2009) 173-180 
pdf

84. Detecting Protein-Ligand Binding on Supported Bilayers by Local pH Modulation
Hyunsook Jung, Aaron D. Robison, and Paul S. Cremer 

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 131 (2009) 1006-1014 
pdf

83. Effects of Hofmeister Anions on the Phase Transition Temperature of Elastin-like Polypeptides
Younhee Cho, Yanjie Zhang, Trine Christensen, Laura B. Sagle, Ashutosh Chilkoti, and Paul S. Cremer 

J. Phys. Chem. B 112 (2008) 13765-13771 pdf

82. Silver Nanoparticles as Selective Ionization Probes for Analysis of Olefins by Mass Spectrometry
Stacy D. Sherrod, Arnaldo J. Diaz, William K. Russell, Paul S. Cremer, and David H. Russell 

Anal. Chem. 80 (2008) 6796-6799 
pdf

81. Chain Conformation of Poly(dimethyl siloxane)at the Air/Water Interface by Sum Frequency Generation
Chanjoong Kim, Marc C. Gurau, Paul S. Cremer, and Hyuk Yu 

Langmuir 24 (2008) 10155-10160 pdf

80. Multiplexing Ligand-Receptor Binding Measurements by Chemically Patterning Microfluidic Channels
Jinjun Shi, Tinglu Yang, and Paul S. Cremer
Anal. Chem. 80 (2008) 6078-6084 pdf

79. Double Cushions Preserve Transmembrane Protein Mobility in Supported Bilayer Systems
Arnaldo J. Diaz, Fernando Albertorio, Susan Daniel, and Paul S. Cremer
Langmuir 24 (2008) 6820-6826
  pdf

78. Sub-100 nm Patterning of Supported Bilayers by Nanoshaving Lithography
Jinjun Shi, Jixin Chen, and Paul S. Cremer
J. Am. Chem. Soc. 130 (2008) 2718-2719 pdf

77. Impact of Hapten Presentation on Antibody Binding at Lipid Membrane Interfaces
Hyunsook Jung, Tinglu Yang, Mauricio D. Lasagna, Jinjun Shi, Gregory D. Reinhart, and Paul S. Cremer
Biophys. J.
 94 (2008) 3094-3103 
pdf

76. Urea Orientation at Protein Surfaces
Xin Chen, Laura B. Sagle, and Paul S. Cremer

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 129 (2007) 15104-15105 pdf

75. Specific Ion Effects on Interfacial Water Structure near Macromolecules
Xin Chen, Tinglu Yang, Sho Kataoka, and Paul S. Cremer

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 129 (2007) 12272-12279 pdf

74. Single Ion-Channel Recordings using Glass Nanopore Membranes
Ryan J. White, Eric N. Ervin, Tinglu Yang, Xin Chen, Susan Daniel, Paul S. Cremer, and Henry S. White

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 129 (2007) 11766-11775 pdf

73. Templating Water Stains for Nanolithography
Wei-Ssu Liao, Xin Chen, Jixin Chen, and Paul S. Cremer
Nano Letters 7 (2007) 2452-2458 pdf

72. The α,α-(1-1) Linkage of Trehalose is Key to Anhydrobiotic Preservation
Fernando Albertorio, Vanessa A. Chapa, Xin Chen, Arnaldo J. Diaz, and Paul S. Cremer
J. Am. Chem. Soc. 129 (2007) 10567-10574
 pdf

71. Separation of Membrane-Bound Compounds by Solid-Supported Bilayer Electrophoresis
Susan Daniel, Arnaldo J. Diaz, Kelly M. Martinez, Bennie J Bench, Fernando Albertorio, and Paul S. Cremer
 
J. Am. Chem. Soc. 129 (2007) 8072-8073
 pdf

70. Imaging Large Arrays of Supported Lipid Bilayers with a Macroscope
Edward T. Castellana and Paul S. Cremer
Biointerphases 2 (2007) 57-63
 pdf

69. GM1 Clustering Inhibits Cholera Toxin Binding in Supported Phospholipid Membranes
Jinjun Shi, Tinglu Yang, Sho Kataoka, Yanjie Zhang, Arnaldo J. Diaz, Paul S. Cremer
J. Am. Chem. Soc.
 129 (2007) 5954-5961 pdf

68. Effects of Hofmeister Anions on the LCST of PNIPAM as a Function of Molecular Weight
Yanjie Zhang, Steven Furyk, Laura B. Sagle, Younhee Cho, David E. Bergbreiter, and Paul S. Cremer
J. Phys. Chem. C 
111 (2007) 8916-8924 pdf

67. Single Giant Vesicle Rupture Events Reveal Multiple Mechanisms of Supported Bilayer Formation
Chiho Hamai, Paul S. Cremer, and Siegfried M. Musser
Biophys. J. 
92 (2007) 1988-1999 pdf

66. Interactions Between Macromolecules and Ions: the Hofmeister Series
Yanjie Zhang and Paul S. Cremer
Curr. Opin. Chem. Biol. 10 (2006) 658-663
 pdf

65. Solid Supported Lipid Bilayers: from Biophysical Studies to Sensor Design
Edward T. Castellana and Paul S. Cremer

Surf. Sci. Rep. 61 (2006) 429-444 pdf

64. The Ionic Conductivity of the Aqueous Layer Separating a Lipid Bilayer Membrane and a Glass Support
Ryan J. White, Bo Zhang, Susan Daniel, John M. Tang, Eric N. Ervin, Paul S. Cremer, and Henry S. White

Langmuir 22 (2006) 10777-10783 pdf

63. Making Lipid Membranes Rough, Tough, and Ready to Hit the Road
Susan Daniel, Fernando Albertorio, and Paul S. Cremer
MRS Bulletin 31 (2006) 536-540 pdf

62. A Rapid Prototyping Approach to Ag Nanoparticle Fabrication in the 10-100 nm Range
Wei-Ssu Liao, Tinglu Yang, Edward T. Castellana, Sho Kataoka, and Paul S. Cremer
Advanced Materials 18 (2006) 2240-2243
 pdf

61. Aqueous Two Phase System Formation Kinetics for Elastin-Like Polypeptides of Varying Chain Length
Yanjie Zhang, Kimberly T. Carlson, Fernando Albertorio, Ashutosh Chilkoti, and Paul S. Cremer

Biomacromolecules 7 (2006) 2192-2199 pdf

60. Stochastic Nature of Gene Expression Revealed at the Single Molecule Level
Xin Chen and Paul S. Cremer

ACS Chemical Biology 1 (2006) 129-131 pdf

59. Supported Lipopolymer Membranes as Nanoscale Filters: Simultaneous Protein Recognition and Size Selection Assays
Fernando Albertorio, Susan Daniel, and Paul S. Cremer
J. Am. Chem. Soc. 128 (2006) 7168-7169
 pdf

58. Probing Molecular Structure at Interfaces for Comparison with Bulk Solution Behavior: Water-Isopropanol Mixtures Monitored by Vibrational Sum Frequency Spectroscopy
Sho Kataoka and Paul S. Cremer

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 128 (2006) 5516-5522 pdf

57. Effects of End Group Polarity and Molecular Weight on the Lower Critical Solution Temperature of Poly(N-isopropylacrylamide)
Steven Furyk, Yanjie Zhang, Denisse Ortiz-Acosta, Paul S. Cremer, and Davd E. Bergbreiter
J. Poly. Sci.: Part A 44 (2006) 1492-1501
 pdf

56. Effect of Average Phospholipid Curvature on Supported Bilayer Formation on Glass by Vesicle Fusion
Chiho Hamai, Tinglu Yang, Sho Kataoka, Paul S. Cremer, and Siegfried M. Musser
Biophys. J. 90 (2006) 1241-1248
 pdf

55. Direct Writing of Silver Nanoparticle Films inside Microfluidic Channels
Edward T. Castellana, Sho Kataoka, Fernando Albertorio and Paul S. Cremer
Anal. Chem. 78 (2006) 107-112 pdf

54. Specific Ion Effects on the Water Solubility of Macromolecules: PNIPAM and the Hofmeister Series
Yanjie Zhang, Steven Furyk, David E. Bergbreiter, and Paul S. Cremer
J. Am. Chem. Soc. 127 (2005) 14505-14510 pdf

53. Multivalent Ligand-Receptor Interactions on Planar Supported Membranes: An On-Chip Approach
Seung-Yong Jung, Edward T. Castellana, Matthew A. Holden, Tinglu Yang, and Paul S. Cremer

Nanoscale Assembly, Ed: Wilhelm Huck, Springer Verlag, 2005, pp. 99-118

(Reprints available upon request) 

52. Fluid and Air-Stable Lipopolymer Membranes for Biosensor Applications
Fernando Albertorio, Arnaldo J. Diaz, Tinglu Yang, Vanessa A. Chapa, Sho Kataoka, Edward T. Castellana, and Paul S. Cremer

Langmuir 21 (2005) 7476-7482 pdf

51. Microfluidic Tools for Studying the Specific Binding, Adsorption, and Displacement of Proteins at Interfaces
Matthew A. Holden and Paul S. Cremer
Annu. Rev. Phys. Chem. 56 (2005) 369-387
(Reprints available upon request) pdf

50. Two-Component Membrane Lithography via Lipid Backfilling
Seung-Yong Jung, Matthew A. Holden, Paul S. Cremer, and C. Patrick Collier

ChemPhysChem 6 (2005) 423-426 pdf

49. Glycolipids as Receptors for Bacillus thuringiensis Crystal Toxin
Joel S. Griffitts, Stuart M. Haslam, Tinglu Yang, Steve Garczynki, Barbara Mulloy, Paul S. Cremer, Anne Dell, Michael J. Adang, and Raffi V. Aroian
Science
 307 (2005) 922-925 pdf

48. On the Mechanism of the Hofmeister Effect
Marc C. Gurau, Soon-Mi Lim, Edward T. Castellana, Fernando Albertorio, Sho Kataoka and Paul S. Cremer
J. Am. Chem. Soc. 
126 (2004) 10522-10523 pdf

47. Creating Fluid and Air-Stable Solid Supported Lipid Bilayers
Matthew A. Holden, Seung-Yong Jung, Tinglu Yang, Edward T. Castellana and Paul S. Cremer
J. Am. Chem. Soc. 126 (2004) 6512-6513 pdf

46. Patterning Enzymes inside Microfluidic Channels via Photoattachment Chemistry
Matthew A. Holden, Seung-Yong Jung and Paul S. Cremer
Anal. Chem. 76 (2004) 1838-1843 
pdf


45. Label-Free Detection Becomes Crystal Clear
Paul S. Cremer
Nature Biotechnology 22 (2004) 172-173
 pdf

44. Investigation of Water Structure at the TiO2/Aqueous Interface
Sho Kataoka, Marc C. Gurau, Fernando Albertorio, Matthew A. Holden, Soon-Mi Lim, Richard D. Yang, and Paul S. Cremer
Langmuir 20 (2004) 1662-1666 pdf

43. High Throughput Studies of Polymer and Solution Structure on the Phase Separation of Thermoresponsive Polymers
Hanbin Mao, Chunmei Li, Yanjie Zhang, Steven Furyk, Paul S. Cremer and David E. Bergbreiter
Macromolecules 37 (2004) 1031-1036 pdf


42. Probing the Mechanism of Aqueous Two-Phase System Formation for alpha-Elastin On-Chip
Yanjie Zhang, Hanbin Mao, and Paul S. Cremer
J. Am. Chem. Soc. 125 (2003) 15630-15635 pdf

41. The Vroman Effect: A Molecular Level Description of Fibrinogen Displacement
Seung-Yong Jung, Soon-Mi Lim, Fernando Albertorio, Gibum Kim, Marc C. Gurau, Richard D. Yang, Matthew A. Holden, and Paul S. Cremer
J. Am. Chem. Soc. 125 (2003) 12782-12786 pdf

40. Thermodynamics of Phase Transitions in Langmuir Monolayers Observed by Vibrational Sum Frequency Spectroscopy
Marc C. Gurau, Edward T. Castellana, Fernando Albertorio, Sho Kataoka, Soon-Mi Lim, Richard D. Yang and Paul S. Cremer
J. Am. Chem. Soc. 125 (2003) 11166-11167
 pdf

39. Organization of Water Layers at Hydrophilic Interfaces
Marc C. Gurau, Gibum Kim, Soon-Mi Lim, Fernando Albertorio, Helen C. Fleisher, and Paul S. Cremer

ChemPhysChem 4 (2003) 1231-1233 pdf

38. Light Activated Patterning of Dye-Labeled Molecules on Surfaces
Matthew A. Holden and Paul S. Cremer
J. Am. Chem. Soc., 125 (2003) 8074-8075 pdf

37. A Sensitive, Versatile Microfluidic Assay for Bacterial Chemotaxis
Hanbin Mao, Paul Cremer, and Michael Manson
PNAS, 100 (2003) 5449-5454 pdf

36. Investigations of Bivalent Antibody Binding on Fluid Supported Phospholipid Membranes: The Effect of Hapten Density
Tinglu Yang, Olga K. Baryshnikova, Hanbin Mao, Matthew A. Holden, and Paul S. Cremer
J. Am. Chem. Soc., 
125 (2003) 4779-4784 pdf

35. Measuring LCSTs by Novel Temperature Gradient Methods: Evidence for Intermolecular Interactions in Mixed Polymer Solutions
Hanbin Mao, Chunmei Li, Yanjie Zhang, David E. Bergbreiter, and Paul S. Cremer
J. Am. Chem. Soc., 125 (2003) 2850-2851 pdf

34. Microfluidic Diffusion Diluter: Bulging of PDMS Microchannels under Pressure Driven Flow
Matthew A. Holden, Saurabh Kumar, Ali Beskok, and Paul S. Cremer
J. Micromech. Microeng., 13 (2003) 412-418 pdf

33. Generating Fixed Concentration Arrays in a Microfluidic Device
Matthew Holden, Saurabh Kumar, Edward Castellana, Ali Beskok, and Paul S. Cremer
Sensors and Actuators B, 92 (2003) 199-207 pdf

32. Investigations of the Orientation of a Membrane Peptide by Sum Frequency Spectroscopy
Gibum Kim, Marc C. Gurau, Soon-Mi Lim , and Paul S. Cremer
J. Phys. Chem. B, 107 (2003) 1403-1409 pdf

31. Reusable Platforms for High-Throughput On-Chip Temperature Gradient Assays
Hanbin Mao, Matthew A. Holden, Min You, and Paul S. Cremer
Anal. Chem., 74 (2002) 5071-5075  pdf

30. Investigations of Polyelectrolyte Adsorption at the Solid/Liquid Interface by Sum Frequency Spectroscopy: Evidence of Long-Range Macromolecular Alignment at Highly Charged Quartz/Water Interface
Joonyeong Kim, Gibum Kim, and Paul S. Cremer
J. Am. Chem. Soc., 124 (2002) 8751-8756  pdf

29. A Microfluidic Device with a Linear Temperature Gradient for Parallel and Combinatorial Measurements
Hanbin Mao, Tinglu Yang, and Paul S. Cremer
J. Am. Chem. Soc., 124 (2002) 4432-4435  pdf

28. Investigations of Lysozyme Adsorption at the Air/Water and Quartz/Water Interfaces by Vibrational Sum Frequency Spectroscopy
Gibum Kim, Marc C. Gurau, Joonyeong Kim, and Paul S. Cremer
Langmuir, 18 (2002) 2807-2811  pdf

27Design and Characterization of Immobilized Enzymes in Microfluidic Systems
Hanbin Mao, Tinglu Yang, Paul S. Cremer
Anal. Chem., 74 (2002) 379-385 pdf

26Stable Ordering in Langmuir-Blodgett Films
Dawn Y. Takamoto, Eray Aydil, Joseph A. Zasadzinski, Ani T. Ivanova, Daniel K. Schwartz, Tinglu Yang, and Paul S. Cremer
Science, 293 (2001) 1292-1295  pdf

25. Investigations of Water Structure at the Solid/Liquid Interface in the Presence of Supported Lipid Bilayers by Vibrational Sum Frequency Spectroscopy
Joonyeong Kim, Gibum Kim, and Paul S. Cremer
Langmuir, 17 (2001) 7255-7260  pdf

24. Stochastic sensors inspired by biology
Hagan Bayley and Paul S. Cremer
Nature, 413 (2001) 226-230  pdf

23. Elucidating Changes in Interfacial Water Structure upon Protein Adsorption: An IR-Visible Sum Frequency Study
Joonyeong Kim and Paul S. Cremer
ChemPhysChem, 8/9 (2001) 543-546  pdf

22. Fabrication of Phospholipid Bilayer Coated Microchannels for On-Chip Immunoassays
Tinglu Yang, Seung-yong Jung, Hanbin Mao, and Paul S. Cremer
Anal. Chem., 73 (2001) 165-169  pdf

21. IR-Visible SFG Investigations of Interfacial Water Structure upon Polyelectrolyte Adsorption at the Liquid/Solid Interface
Joonyeong Kim and Paul S. Cremer
J. Am. Chem. Soc., 122 (2000) 12371-12372  pdf

20. Creating Addressable Aqueous Microcompartments above Solid Supported Phospholipid Bilayers Using Lithographically Patterned Poly(dimethylsiloxane) Molds
Tinglu Yang, Eric E. Simanek, and Paul S. Cremer
Anal. Chem., 72 (2000) 2587-2589  pdf

19. Creating Spatially Addressed Arrays of Planar Supported Fluid Phospholipid Membranes
Paul S. Cremer and Tinglu Yang
J. Am. Chem. Soc., 121 (1999) 8130-8131  pdf

18. Formation and Spreading of Lipid Bilayers on Glass Surfaces
Paul S. Cremer and S. Boxer
J. Phys. Chem. B, 103 (1999) 2554-2559

17. Writing and Erasing Barriers to Lateral Mobility into a Fluid Phospholipid Bilayer
Paul S. Cremer, J. Groves, L. Kung, and S. Boxer
Langmuir, 15 (1999) 3893-3896

16. Substrate-Membrane Interactions: Mechanisms for Imposing Patterns on a Fluid Lipid Bilayer
J. Groves, N. Ulman, Paul S. Cremer, and S. Boxer
Langmuir, 14 (1998) 3347-3350

15. High Pressure Catalytic Processes Studied by Infrared-Visible Sum Frequency Generation
Paul S. Cremer, X. Su, G. Somorjai, and Y. Shen
J. of Molecular Catalysis, 131 (1998) 225-241

14. The Temperature Dependent Rearrangements and Reactions of Acetylene on Pt(111) Monitored in the Range of 125-381 K by Sum Frequency Generation
Paul S. Cremer, X. Su, Y. Shen, and G. Somorjai
J. Phys. Chem. B, 101 (1997) 6474

13. High Pressure CO Oxidation on Pt(111) Monitored with Infrared-Visible Sum Frequency Generation (SFG)
X. Su, Paul S. Cremer, Y. Shen, and G. Somorjai
J. Am. Chem. Soc., 119 (1997) 3994-4000

12. The Hydrogenation and Dehydrogenation of Isobutene on Pt(111) Monitored By Infrared-Visible Sum Frequency Generation and Gas Chromatography
Paul S. Cremer, X. Su, Y. Shen, and G. Somorjai
J. Chem. Soc., Faraday Trans., 92 (1996) 4717-4722

11. Pressure Dependence (10 -10 -700 Torr) of the Vibrational Spectra of Adsorbed CO on Pt(111) Studied by Sum Frequency Generation
X. Su, Paul S. Cremer, Y. Shen, and G. Somorjai
Phys. Rev. Lett., 77 (1996) 3858-3860

10. Hydrogenation and Dehydrogenation of Propylene on Pt(111) Studied by Sum Frequency Generation From UHV to Atmospheric Pressure
Paul S. Cremer, X. Su, Y. Shen, and G. Somorjai
J. Phys. Chem., 100 (1996) 16302-16309

9. The First Measurement of an Absolute Surface Concentration of Reaction Intermediates in Ethylene Hydrogenation
Paul S. Cremer, X. Su, Y. Shen, and G. Somorjai
Catal. Lett., 40 (1996) 143-145

8. Ethylene Hydrogenation on Pt(111) Monitored In Situ at High Pressures Using Sum Frequency Generation
Paul S. Cremer, X. Su, Y. Shen, and G. Somorjai
J. Am. Chem. Soc., 118 (1996) 2942-2949

7. Adsorption of Chiral Molecules on “Chiral” Surfaces
C. McFadden, Paul S. Cremer, and A. Gellman
Langmuir, 12 (1996) 2483

6. Liquid Phase Hydrogenation of Cyclohexene over Platinum Foil Catalysts
D. Gardin, X. Su, Paul S. Cremer, and G. Somorjai
J. Catal., 158 (1996) 193

5. Monitoring Surfaces on the Molecular Level During Catalytic Reactions at High Pressure by Sum Frequency Generation Vibrational Spectroscopy and Scanning Tunneling Microscopy
Paul S. Cremer, B. McIntyre, M. Salmeron, Y. Shen, and G. Somorjai
Catal. Lett., 34 (1995) 11-18

4. Surface Science and Catalysis of Ethylene Hydrogenation
Paul S. Cremer and G. Somorjai
Faraday Research Article
J. Chem. Soc., Faraday Trans., 91 (1995) 3671-3677

3. Growth of Cu Films on Adsorbate-Covered Pt(111)
C. Stanners, Paul S. Cremer, D. Wilk, Y. Shen, and G. Somorjai
Surf. Sci., 334 (1995) 95-104

2. The Conversion of Di-σ Bonded Ethylene to Ethylidyne on Pt(111) Monitored with Sum Frequency Generation: Evidence for an Ethylidene (or Ethyl) Intermediate
Paul S. Cremer, C. Stanners, J. Niemantsverdriet, Y. Shen, and G. Somorjai
Surf. Sci., 328 (1995) 111-118

1. Polar Ordering at the Liquid-Vapor Interface of the n-Alcohols (C1-C8)
C. Stanners, Q. Du, R. Chin, P. Cremer, G. Somorjai, and Y. Shen

Chem. Phys. Lett., 232 (1995) 407-413

 

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