Publication List Dr. Frank Balzer

Peer reviewed (h-index: 17)

  1. F. Balzer, M Schiek, A. Lützen, H.-G. Rubahn, Self organized growth of organic thiophene-phenylene nanowires on silicate surfaces, Chem. Mater. 21 (2009) 4759 - 4767.
  2. M. Schiek, F. Balzer, K. Al-Shamery, A. Lützen, H.-G. Rubahn, Nanoaggregates from Thiophene/Phenylene Co-Oligomers, J. Phys. Chem. C 113 (2009) 9601 - 9608.
  3. L. Kankate, F. Balzer, H. Niehus, H.-G. Rubahn, Organic nanofibers from thiophene oligomers, Thin Solid Films 518 (2009) 130 - 137.
  4. R. Resel, T. Haber, O. Lengyel, H. Sitter, F. Balzer, H.-G. Rubahn, Origins for epitaxial order of sexiphenyl crystals on muscovite (001), Surf. Interface Anal. 41 (2009) 764 - 770.
  5. F. Balzer, A. Pogantsch, H.-G. Rubahn, Temperature dependent analysis of three classes of fluorescence spectra from p-6P nanofiber films, J. Lumin. 129 (2009) 784 - 789.
  6. F. Balzer, M. Schiek, K. Al-Shamery, A. Lützen, H.-G. Rubahn, Surface Bound Organic Nanowires, J. Vac. Sci. Technol. B 26 (2008) 1619 - 1623.
  7. L. Kankate, F. Balzer, H. Niehus, H.-G. Rubahn, From Clusters to Fibers: Parameters for Discontinuous p-6P Thin Film Growth, J. Chem. Phys. 128 (2008) 084709.
  8. M. Schiek, F. Balzer, K. Al-Shamery, A. Lützen, H.-G. Rubahn, Light-Emitting Organic Nanoaggregates from Functionalized p-Quaterphenylenes, Soft Matter 4 (2008) 277 - 285.
  9. M. Schiek, F. Balzer, K. Al-Shamery, J. Brewer, A. Lützen, H.-G. Rubahn, Organic Molecular Nanotechnology, small 4 (2008) 176 - 181.
  10. M. Schiek, A. Lützen, K. Al-Shamery, F. Balzer, H.-G. Rubahn, Organic nanofibers from Chloride-functionalized p-quaterphenylenes, Cryst. Growth Des. 7 (2007) 229 - 233.
  11. F. Balzer, R. Frese, M. Madsen, K. Thilsing-Hansen, H.-G. Rubahn, UV-Laser Treatment in the Nanodomain: Forming of Organic Nanofibers, JLMN 1 (2006) 275 - 280.
  12. F. Quochi, F. Cordella, A. Mura, G. Bongiovanni, F. Balzer, H.-G. Rubahn, Gain amplification and lasing properties of individual organic nanofibers, Appl. Phys. Lett. 88 (2006) 041106.
  13. F. Balzer, L. Kankate, H. Niehus, R. Frese, C. Maibohm, H.-G. Rubahn, Tailoring the Growth of p-6P nanofibres on ultrathin Au layers on mica: an organic - metal - dielectric model system, Nanotechn. 17 (2006) 984 - 991.
  14. C. Maibohm, J.R. Brewer, H. Sturm, F. Balzer, H.-G. Rubahn, Bleaching and coating of organic nanofibers, J. Appl. Phys. 100 (2006) 054304.
  15. M. Schiek, A. Lützen, K. Al-Shamery, F. Balzer, H.-G. Rubahn, Nanofibers from methoxy functionalized para-phenylene molecules, Surf. Sci. 600 (2006) 4030 - 4033.
  16. F. Quochi, F. Cordella, A. Mura, G. Bongiovanni, F. Balzer, H.-G. Rubahn, One Dimensional Random Lasing in a Single Organic Nanofiber, J. Phys. Chem. B 109 (2005) 21690 - 21693.
  17. J. Beermann, S. Bozhevolnyi, F. Balzer, H.-G. Rubahn, Two-Photon Near-field Mapping of Local Molecular Orientations in Hexaphenyl Nanofibers, Laser Phys. Lett., 2 (2005) 480 - 484.
  18. M. Schiek, A. Lützen, R. Koch, K. Al-Shamery, F. Balzer, R. Frese, H.-G. Rubahn, Nanofibers from Functionalized para-Phenylene Molecules, Appl. Phys. Lett. 86 (2005) 153107.
  19. F. Balzer and H.-G. Rubahn, Growth control and optics of organic nanoaggregates, Invited Feature Article for Adv. Funct. Mat. 15 (2005) 17 - 24.
  20. F. Balzer, V.G. Bordo, R. Neuendorf, K. Al-Shamery, A. Simonsen, H.-G. Rubahn, Organic nanofibers: A window to submicron optics, IEEE Trans. Nanotechn. 3 (2004) 67 - 72.
  21. F. Balzer and H.-G. Rubahn, Chain-length dependent para-phenylene film- and needle-growth on dielectrics, Surf. Sci. 548 (2004) 170 - 182.
  22. F. Balzer, V.G. Bordo, A.C. Simonsen, H.-G. Rubahn, Optical Waveguiding in Individual Nanometer-Scale Organic Fibers, Phys. Rev. B 67 (2003) 115408.
  23. F. Balzer, V.G. Bordo, A.C. Simonsen, H.-G. Rubahn, Isolated Hexaphenyl Nanofibers as Optical Waveguides, Appl. Phys. Lett. 82 (2003) 10 - 12.
  24. F. Balzer, J. Beermann, S.I. Bozhevolnyi, A.C. Simonsen, H.-G. Rubahn, Optically Active Organic Microrings, Nano Lett. 3 (2003) 1311 - 1314.
  25. F. Balzer, K. Al Shamery, R. Neuendorf, H.-G. Rubahn, Nonlinear Optics of Hexaphenyl Nanofibers, Chem. Phys. Lett. 368 (2003) 307 - 312.
  26. F. Balzer and H.-G. Rubahn, Laser-Controlled Growth of Needle-Shaped Organic Nanoaggregates, Nano Lett. 2 (2002) 747 - 750.
  27. F. Balzer and H.-G. Rubahn, Growth of Optically Active p-Phenylene Needles on Mica, Surf. Sci. 507-510 (2002) 588 - 592.
  28. A.J. Hallock, C.M. Matthews, F. Balzer, R.N. Zare, N2 Product Internal-State Distributions for the Steady-State Reaction of NO with H2 and NH3 on the Pt(100) Surface, J. Phys. Chem. B 105 (2001) 8725 - 8728.
  29. F. Balzer and H.-G. Rubahn, Dipole-Assisted Self-Assembly of Light-Emitting p-nP Needles on Mica, Appl. Phys. Lett. 79 (2001) 3860 - 3862.
  30. F. Balzer and H.-G. Rubahn, Second-Harmonic Generation and Shielding Effects of Alkali Clusters on Ultrathin Organic Films, Nanotechn. 12 (2001) 105 - 109.
  31. F. Balzer, R. Gerlach, H.-G. Rubahn, The Growth of Sodium Rough Films on Mica (0001) as Determined by Helium Atom Scattering, Appl. Surf. Sci. 173 (2001) 262 - 269.
  32. C.M. Matthews, F. Balzer, A.J. Hallock, M.D. Ellison, R.N. Zare, Scattering of N2 from Ni(111), Surf. Sci. 460 (2000) 12 - 20.
  33. F. Balzer and H.-G. Rubahn, Interference Effects in the Optical Second Harmonic Generation from Ultrathin Alkali Films, Opt. Commun. 185 (2000) 493 - 499.
  34. F. Balzer, S.D. Jett, H.-G. Rubahn, Non-Linear Optically Active Metal Clusters in Nanoscaled Systems Including Self-Assembled Organic Films, Thin Solid Films 372 (2000) 78 - 84.
  35. F. Balzer, S.D. Jett, H.-G. Rubahn, Alkali Cluster Films on Insulating Substrates: Comparison Between Scanning Force Microscopy and Extinction Data, Chem. Phys. Lett. 297 (1998) 273 - 280.
  36. F. Balzer, R. Gerlach, M. Schober, H.-G. Rubahn, A HAS Study of Laser Irradiation of Alkali-Covered Dielectrics, Surf. Sci. 402-404 (1998) 841 - 844.
  37. Th. Müller, P.H. Vaccaro, F. Balzer, H.-G. Rubahn, Size dependent optical second harmonic generation from surface bound Na clusters: Comparison between experiment and theory, Opt. Commun. 135 (1997) 103 - 108.
  38. F. Balzer, R. Gerlach, G. Polanski, H.-G. Rubahn, Chain length dependence of the structure of alkane thiol films on Au(111), Chem. Phys. Lett. 274 (1997) 145 - 151.
  39. F. Balzer, R. Gerlach, J.R. Manson, H.-G. Rubahn, Photodesorption of Na atoms from rough Na surfaces, J. Chem. Phys. 106 (1997) 7995 - 8012.
  40. F. Balzer, V.G. Bordo, H.-G. Rubahn, Frequency shifts and lifetime changes of Na atoms near rough metal surfaces, Opt. Lett. 22 (1997) 1262 - 1264.
  41. F. Balzer and H.-G. Rubahn, Third-order nonlinear optics of Na clusters bound to dielectric surfaces, Chem. Phys. Lett. 238 (1995) 77 - 81.
  42. F. Balzer and H.-G. Rubahn, Size effects and the determination of absolute temperature increases in laser heating of dielectrics, Chem. Phys. Lett. 233 (1995) 75 - 80.
  43. F. Balzer and H.-G. Rubahn, Real time observation of heat transfer along laser-irradiated dielectric surfaces, Surf. Sci. 307-309 (1994) 367 - 371.
  44. F. Balzer and H.-G. Rubahn, Laser Excited Na Atoms Near Metallic and Dielectric Surfaces, J. El. Spec. Rel. Phen. 64/65 (1993) 321 - 329.
  45. F. Balzer, M. Hartmann, M. Renger, H.-G. Rubahn, Kinetics of Photo-Induced Dissociation of Na Clusters Deposited on Mica, Z. Phys. D 28 (1993) 321 - 329.
  46. F. Balzer, K. Bammel, H.-G. Rubahn, Laser Investigations of Na Atoms Deposited Via Inert Spacer Layers Close to Metal Surfaces, J. Chem. Phys. 98 (1993) 7625 - 7635.

Conference Proceedings

  1. F. Balzer, M. Schiek, A. Lützen, H.-G. Rubahn, Self-assembly of thiophene/phenylene co-oligomers, Proc. SPIE 7393 (2009) 73930F.
  2. F. Balzer, M. Schiek, A. Lützen, H.-G. Rubahn, Organic Nanofibers from PPTPP, in: Interface controlled organic thin films, Springer Proceedings in Physics, Vol. 129 (2009) 11 - 17.
  3. F. Balzer, M. Madsen, R. Frese, M. Schiek, T. Tamulevicius, S. Tamulevicius, H.-G. Rubahn, Bottom-Up Tailoring of Photonic Nanofibers, Proc. SPIE 6883 (2008) 68830T.
  4. F. Balzer, J. Brewer, J. Kjelstrup-Hansen, M. Madsen, M. Schiek, K. Al-Shamery, A. Lützen, H.-G. Rubahn, Printed Second Harmonic active organic nanofiber arrays, Proc. SPIE 6779 (2007) 67790I.
  5. M. Schiek, J. Brewer, F. Balzer, A. Lützen, K. Al-Shamery, H.-G. Rubahn, Tailored Nanoaggregates from Functionalized Organic Molecules, Proc. SPIE 6475 (2007) 647517.
  6. F. Balzer, M. Schiek, A. Lützen, K. Al-Shamery, H.-G. Rubahn, Organic nanofibers from thiophenes, thiophene-phenylenes and phenylenes: a systematic study, Proc. SPIE 6470 (2007) 647006.
  7. F. Balzer, L. Kankate, H. Niehus, H.-G. Rubahn, Tailoring of organic nanofiber growth for a new type of waveguides, Proc. SPIE 6117 (2006) 61770E.
  8. J.R. Brewer, H.H. Henrichsen, F. Balzer, L. Bagatolli, A.C. Simonsen, H.-G. Rubahn, Nanofibers made to order: free floating, transferred and gel-packed organic nanoaggregates, Proc. SPIE 5931 (2005) 59310Y.
  9. F. Balzer, L. Kankate, H. Niehus, H.-G. Rubahn, Epitaxy vs. Dipole assisted growth for organic oligomer nanoaggregates, Proc. SPIE 5925 (2005) 59250A.
  10. F. Balzer, L. Kankate, H. Niehus, H.-G. Rubahn, Nanoaggregates from oligothiophenes and oligophenylenes - a systematic survey, Proc. SPIE 5724 (2005) 285 - 294.
  11. F. Balzer, J. Ihlemann, A.C. Simonsen, H.-G. Rubahn, UV laser cutting of organic nanofibers, Proc. SPIE 5720 (2005) 165 - 172.
  12. F. Balzer and H.-G. Rubahn, Nanofibers for Linear and Nonlinear Photonics, Proc. SPIE 4987 (2003), 44 - 51.
  13. F. Balzer, E.J. Kintzel, Jr., J.G. Skofronick, S.A. Safron, H.-G. Rubahn, Analysis of Nanostructured Blue-Light Emitting p-6P Films on Mica, Proc. SPIE 4800 (2003) 216 - 222.
  14. F. Balzer, V.G. Bordo, R. Neuendorf, K. Al-Shamery, A.C. Simonsen, H.-G. Rubahn, Organic nanofibers: a new window to optics of ultrasmall aggregates, Proc. SPIE 5118 (2003) 263 - 270.
  15. F. Balzer and H.-G. Rubahn, Continuous and Discontinuous Growth of Single Crystalline Light-Emitting Films on Mica, Proc. SPIE 4809 (2002) 33 - 39.
  16. F. Balzer and H.-G. Rubahn, Novel Structures and Optics of p-Phenylene Thin Films on Dielectrics and Metals, Proc. SPIE 4642 (2002) 110 - 117.
  17. F. Balzer and H.-G. Rubahn, Structure and Optical Properties of Ultrathin P-Phenylene Oligomer Films on Dielectrics, Proc. SPIE 4461 (2001) 238 - 245.
  18. K. Rubahn, J. Ihlemann, F. Balzer, H.-G. Rubahn, UV laser ablation of ultrathin dielectric layers, Proc. SPIE 3618 (1999) 357 - 362.
  19. F. Balzer and H.-G. Rubahn, Nonlinear Optics of Rough Cluster Films, Proc. SPIE 3272 (1998) 23 - 34.
  20. F. Balzer, V.G. Bordo, H.-G. Rubahn, Surface-Induced Changes of the Optical Response of Particles in Nanoscaled Systems: A Combined Experimental and Theoretical Study, Proc. SPIE 3272 (1998) 42 - 50.
  21. F. Balzer and H.-G. Rubahn, Influence of surface roughness on frequency shift and third order nonlinear susceptibility of adsorbed particles, Proc. SPIE 2547 (1995) 40 - 51.
  22. F. Balzer, M. Renger, H.-G. Rubahn, Dynamics of Photodesorption of Small Particles Bound to Cluster Surfaces, Proc. SPIE 2125 (1994) 207 - 218.

Popular Science and Monographs

  1. F. Balzer, Growth of oriented organic nanoaggregates via organic molecular beam deposition, in K. Al-Shamery, H.-G. Rubahn, H. Sitter (Eds.), Organic nanofibers for next generation devices, Vol. 101 of Springer Series in Materials Science, 2008, ISBN 3-540-71922-9 (35 pages).
  2. H.-G. Rubahn and F. Balzer, Laseranwendungen an harten und weichen Oberflächen, Teubner-Verlag 2006, ISBN 3-519-00490-9.
  3. F. Balzer and H.-G. Rubahn, Optisch aktive Nanofibern, PhiuZ 36 (January 2005), 36 - 43.
  4. F. Balzer and H.-G. Rubahn, Optically Active Organic Nanoaggregates, Opt. Photon. News, 14 (2003) 27.
  5. F. Balzer and H.-G. Rubahn, Optical Detection of Cluster-Formation on Ultrathin Organic Films, Opt. Photon. News 9 (1998) 64.

Patents

  1. F. Balzer and H.-G. Rubahn, Soft transfer of organic nanoaggregates (2005).
  2. M. Schiek, A. Lützen, K. Al-Shamery, R. Koch, F. Balzer and H.-G. Rubahn, "Nanoforming of organic nanofibers" (2005).



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