Paul Bohn
Paul Bohn
Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, University of Notre Dame
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Science and technology for water purification in the coming decades
MA Shannon, PW Bohn, M Elimelech, JG Georgiadis, BJ Marinas, ...
Nanoscience and technology: a collection of reviews from nature Journals …, 2010
69402010
Metal-assisted chemical etching in produces porous silicon
X Li, PW Bohn
Applied Physics Letters 77 (16), 2572-2574, 2000
11242000
Gateable nanofluidic interconnects for multilayered microfluidic separation systems
TC Kuo, DM Cannon, Y Chen, JJ Tulock, MA Shannon, JV Sweedler, ...
Analytical chemistry 75 (8), 1861-1867, 2003
2452003
In-plane control of morphology and tunable photoluminescence in porous silicon produced by metal-assisted electroless chemical etching
S Chattopadhyay, X Li, PW Bohn
Journal of Applied Physics 91 (9), 6134-6140, 2002
1882002
Manipulating molecular transport through nanoporous membranes by control of electrokinetic flow: effect of surface charge density and Debye length
TC Kuo, LA Sloan, JV Sweedler, PW Bohn
Langmuir 17 (20), 6298-6303, 2001
1872001
Nanofluidics in chemical analysis
A Piruska, M Gong, JV Sweedler, PW Bohn
Chemical Society Reviews 39 (3), 1060-1072, 2010
1742010
Hybrid three-dimensional nanofluidic/microfluidic devices using molecular gates
TC Kuo, DM Cannon Jr, MA Shannon, PW Bohn, JV Sweedler
Sensors and Actuators A: Physical 102 (3), 223-233, 2003
1692003
Experimental factors controlling analyte ion generation in laser desorption/ionization mass spectrometry on porous silicon
RA Kruse, X Li, PW Bohn, JV Sweedler
Analytical chemistry 73 (15), 3639-3645, 2001
1652001
Dynamic monolayer gradients: Active spatiotemporal control of alkanethiol coatings on thin gold films
RH Terrill, KM Balss, Y Zhang, PW Bohn
Journal of the american chemical society 122 (5), 988-989, 2000
1612000
Temperature-controlled flow switching in nanocapillary array membranes mediated by poly (N-isopropylacrylamide) polymer brushes grafted by atom transfer radical polymerization
I Lokuge, X Wang, PW Bohn
Langmuir 23 (1), 305-311, 2007
1572007
Aspects of structure and energy transport in artificial molecular assemblies
PW Bohn
Annual Review of Physical Chemistry 44 (1), 37-60, 1993
1561993
Cysteine-specific surface tethering of genetically engineered cytochromes for fabrication of metalloprotein nanostructures
HG Hong, M Jiang, SG Sligar, PW Bohn
Langmuir 10 (1), 153-158, 1994
1541994
Design and fabrication of a multilayered polymer microfluidic chip with nanofluidic interconnects via adhesive contact printing
BR Flachsbart, K Wong, JM Iannacone, EN Abante, RL Vlach, ...
Lab on a Chip 6 (5), 667-674, 2006
1512006
Electric field mediated transport in nanometer diameter channels
PJ Kemery, JK Steehler, PW Bohn
Langmuir 14 (10), 2884-2889, 1998
1501998
Immobilization of a catalytic DNA molecular beacon on Au for Pb (II) detection
CB Swearingen, DP Wernette, DM Cropek, Y Lu, JV Sweedler, PW Bohn
Analytical chemistry 77 (2), 442-448, 2005
1432005
In-plane bandgap control in porous GaN through electroless wet chemical etching
X Li, YW Kim, PW Bohn, I Adesida
Applied Physics Letters 80 (6), 980-982, 2002
1342002
Nanocapillary array interconnects for gated analyte injections and electrophoretic separations in multilayer microfluidic architectures
DM Cannon, TC Kuo, PW Bohn, JV Sweedler
Analytical chemistry 75 (10), 2224-2230, 2003
1332003
Electrochemically derived gradients of the extracellular matrix protein fibronectin on gold
ST Plummer, Q Wang, PW Bohn, R Stockton, MA Schwartz
Langmuir 19 (18), 7528-7536, 2003
1312003
Ozonolysis is the primary cause of UV photooxidation of alkanethiolate monolayers at low irradiance
YM Zhang, RH Terrill, TA Tanzer, PW Bohn
Journal of the American Chemical Society 120 (11), 2654-2655, 1998
1291998
Langmuir-Blodgett films of amphiphilic push-pull porphyrins
H Chou, CT Chen, KF Stork, PW Bohn, KS Suslick
The Journal of Physical Chemistry 98 (2), 383-385, 1994
1291994
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