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  • K. B. Pfeifer, R. C. Hughes, M. W. Jenkins, and T. W. Schneider, “Viologen Polymer-Coated Impedance Sensors for Midrange Humidity Levels and Other Volatile Organic Compounds”, Journal of the Electrochemical Society, Vol. 146, No. 2, pp. 794-799, 1999.

  • A.E. Hoyt, A. J. Ricco, J. W. Bartholomew, and G. C.  Osbourn, “SAW Sensors for the Room-Temperature Measurement of CO2 and Relative Humidity”, Anal. Chem., 70, (1998).

  • A. J. Ricco, A. W. Staton, R. M. Crooks, and T. Kim, Single-Monolayer In-Situ Modulus Measurements using a SAW Device: photocrosslinking of a Diacetylenic Thiol-Based Monolayer”, Faraday Discuss., 107, (1998).

  • R. M. Crooks, H. C. Yang, L. J. McEllistrem, R. C. Thomas, and A. J. Ricco, Interactions between Self-Assembled Monolayers and an Organophosphonate: Detailed Study using Surface Acoustic Wave-Based Mass Analysis, Polarization- Modulation FTIR Spectroscopy, and Ellipsometry”, Faraday Discuss., 107, (1998).

  • A. J. Ricco, R. M. Crooks, and Gordon C. Osbourn, SAW Chemical Sensor Arrays: New Chemically Sensitive Interfaces Combined with Novel Cluster Analysis to Detect Volatile Organic Compounds and Mixtures”, Accts. Chem. Res., 31, (1998).

  • G. C. Osbourn, J. W. Bartholomew, A. J. Ricco, and G. C. Frye, VERI Pattern Recognition Applied to Chemical Microsensor Array Selection and Chemical Analysis”, Accts. Chem. Res., 31, (1998).

  • R. M. Crooks and A. J. Ricco, “New Organic Materials Suitable for Use in Chemical Sensor Arrays”, Accts. Chem. Res., 31, (1998).

  • D. S. Ballantine, R. M. White, S. J. Martin, A. J. Ricco, G. C. Frye, E. T. Zellers, and H. Wohltjen, “Acoustic Wave Sensors: Theory, Design, and Physico-Chemical Applications”, Academic Press: San Diego (1997).

  • A. J. Ricco, J. D. Irwin, “Acoustic Wave-Based Chemical Sensors (Invited)”, ed., in The Industrial Electronics Handbook, CRC Press: Boca Raton, FL (1997), Ch. 117.2, pp. 1519-1525.

  • R. C. Hughes, A. J. Ricco, M. A. Butler, and S. J. Martin, Kirk-Othmer, “Sensors”, Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology, 4th Edn., John Wiley and Sons: New York (1997).

  • M. Wells, D. L. Dermody, H. C. Yang, T. Kim, R. M. Crooks, and A. J. Ricco, “Molecular Interactions Between Organized, Surface-Confined Monolayers and Vapor-phase Probe Molecules. 9. Structure/Reactivity Relationship Between Three Surface-Confined Isomers of Mercaptobenzoic Acid and Vapor-phase Decylamine”, Langmuir, 12, 1989 (1996).

  • H. C. Yang, D. L. Dermody, C. Xu, A. J. Ricco, and R. M. Crooks, “Molecular Interactions Between Organized, Surface-Confined Monolayers and Vapor-Phase Probe Molecules. 8. Reactions Between Acid-Terminated Self-Assembled Monolayers and Vapor-Phase Bases”, Langmuir, 12, 726 (1996).

  • R. C. Thomas, H. C. Yang, C. R. DiRubio, A. J. Ricco, and R. M. Crooks, “Chemically Sensitive Surface Acoustic Wave Devices Employing A Self-Assembled Composite Monolayer Film: Molecular Specificity and Effects Due to SAM Adsorption Time and Au Surface Morphology”, Langmuir, 12, 2239 (1996).

  • A. E. Hoyt, A. J. Ricco, H. C. Yang, and R. M. Crooks, “Speciation of Linear and Branched Hydrocarbons by a Fluorinated Polyimide Film Based SAW Sensor”, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 117, 8672 (1995).

  • K. B. Pfeifer, “Heat of Adsorption And Thin Film Surface Area Studies of a Silicon-Sol-Gel Exposed to HCI And H2O”, Langmuir, 1995, 11, pp 4933-4796.

  • A. J. Ricco and S. J. Martin, “Quartz Crystal Devices (Acoustic Wave-Based Sensors, Invited) ”, 1995 Yearbook of Science and Technology, McGraw-Hill: New York (1994), pp. 349-52.

  • K. B. Pfeifer, “Surface Acousic Wave (SAW) Trace Moisture Sensor for HCl Process Gas”, part of a Sematech Report (signed by 1315 1/11/94).

  • K. B. Pfeifer, J. L. Sprung and T. R. Galloway, “Polymer-coated surface-acoustic -wave Monitoring of CCl4 in a Steam Reforming Reactor”, Sensors and Actuators B 22 (1994) pp 37-45.

  • S. J. Martin, G. C Frye and S. D. Senturia, “Dynamics and Response of Polymer-Coated Surface Acoustic Wave Devices: Effect of Viscoelastic Properties and Film Resonance”, Anal. Chem. 66, 2201 (1994).

  • A. J. Ricco, C. Xu, R. M. Crooks, and R. E. Allred, “Chemically Sensitive Interfaces on SAW Devices”, in Interfacial Design and Chemical Sensing, ACS Symposium Series No. 561, American Chemical Society: Washington, DC (1994), Ch. 0264-279.

  • A. J. Ricco, “SAW Chemical Sensors (Invited)”, The Electrochemical Society Interface, 3, 38 (1994).

  • J. W. Grate, S. J. Martin and R. M. White, "Acoustic Wave Microsensors (Part 1)", Anal. Chem. 65, 940 A -948 A (1993).

  • J. W. Grate, S. J. Martin and R. M. White, Acoustic Wave Microsensors (Part 2)”, Anal. Chem. 65, 987 A-996 A (1993).

  • C. Xu, L. Sun, L. J. Kepley, R. M. Crooks, and A. J. Ricco, “Molecular Interactions Between Organized, Surface-Confined Monolayers and Vapor-Phase Probe Molecules. 6. In-situ FTIR-External Reflectance Spectroscopy of Monolayer Adsorption and Reaction Chemistry”, Anal. Chem., 65, 2102 (1993).

  • L. Sun, R. M. Crooks, and A. J. Ricco, “Molecular Interactions Between Organized, Surface-Confined Monolayers and Vapor-Phase Probe Molecules. 5. Acid-Base Interactions”, Langmuir, 9, 1775 (1993).

  • A. J. Ricco and S. J. Martin, “Multiple-Frequency SAW Devices for Chemical Sensing & Materials Characterization”, Sensors & Actuators, B10, 123 (1993).

  • K. B. Pfeiffer, S. J. Martin, and A. J. Ricco, “Surface Acoustic Wave Sensing of VOCs in Harsh Chemical Environments”, Sandia Report No. 93-0070 (1993).

  • L. J. Kepley, R. M. Crooks, and A. J. Ricco, “A Selective SAW-Based Organophosphonate Chemical Sensor Employing a Self Assembled, Composite Monolayer: A New Paradigm for Sensor Design”, Anal. Chem., 64, 3191 (1992).

  • G. C. Frye,  S. J. Martin, R. W. Cernosek, and K. B. Pfeifer, “Portable Acoustic Wave Sensor Systems For On-line Monitoring of Volatile Organics”, Intl. J. Environmentally Conscious Manufacturing, Vol. 1 (1992), p. 37.

  • A. J. Ricco and S. J. Martin, “Thin Metal Film Characterization & Chemical Sensors: Monitoring Electronic Conductivity, Mass Loading, and Mechanical Properties with SAW Devices”, Thin Solid Films, 206, 94 (1991). 35. Real-Time Analysis of Chemical Reactions Occurring at a Surface-Confined Organic Monolayer, L. Sun, R. C. Thomas, R. M. Crooks, and A. J. Ricco, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 113, 8550 (1991).

  • R. C. Thomas, L. Sun, R. M. Crooks, and A. J. Ricco, “Real-Time Measurements of the Gas-phase Adsorption of n-Alkanethiol Mono- and Multilayers on Gold”, Langmuir, 7, 620 (1991).

  • R. C. Hughes, A. J. Ricco, M. A. Butler, and S. J. Martin, “Chemical Microsensors”, Science, 254, 74 (1991).

  • S. J. Martin and A. J. Ricco, “Effective Utilization of Acoustic Wave Sensor Responses: Simultaneous Measurement of Velocity and Attenuation”, Proc. 1989 IEEE Ultrasonics Symp. 621 (1989).

  • S. J. Martin, A. J. Ricco, D. S. Ginley, and T. E. Zipperian, “Isothermal Measurements and Thermal Desorption of Organic Vapors Using SAW Devices”, IEEE Trans. on UFFC, UFFC-34, 142 (1987).

  • A. J. Ricco, S. J. Martin, and T. E. Zipperian, “Surface Acoustic Wave Gas Sensor Based on Film Conductivity Changes”, Sensors and Actuators, 8, 319 (1985).

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