201st Meeting - Philadelphia, PA

May 12-17, 2002


AF6 - Progress In Methods Used To Solve Electrochemical Problems: Part 5 - New Developments In In-Situ Surface Imaging Methods

Physical Electrochemistry

Wednesday, May 15, 2002

Conference Room 310, Level 3

Co-Chairs: M.D. Porter and N. Tao

1:401348 Force Spectroscopy Using the AFM: Chemical Interrogation of the Electrode Surface - A.A. Gewirth, J. Serafin, and M. Kang (University of Illinois)
2:201349 Pattern Formation and Electrochemical Etching During Selective Oxidation/Reduction of Gold Electrodes - T. Wandlowski, D. Mayer, K. Ataka, G. Nagy (Institute of Thin Films and Surfaces), P. Lilie, and A. Otto (Heinrich-Heine University)
3:001350 Probing Interfacial Reactivities at Patterned Nanoparticle Assemblies Using Atomic Force Microscopy - J. Luo, M. Maye, L. Han, N. Kariuki, and C.-J. Zhong (State University of New York at Binghamton)
3:401351 Potential Dependance of the Dynamics of Nanoscale Island Growth and Dissolution at Electrochemical Interfaces by Time-Resolved STM - Y. He and E. Borguet (University of Pittsburgh)
4:001352 Surface Structure Manipulation of Ruthenium Islands on Pt(hkl) Surfaces via Electrochemical Control - A. Crown, C. Johnston, and A. Wieckowski (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
4:401353 New Molecular Materials Based on Crystal Violet and N-trifluoromethansulfonilpiridonium Studied by In Situ AFM - M.E. Sanchez V. (I.T.E.S.M.), C. Alvarez Toledano, A. Moreno, M. Rivera (UNAM), and T. Hernandez-Perez (UAM-Azcapotzalco)
5:001354 Tin Oxide Thin Films: Electronic Properties and Growth Mechanism Under Electrochemical Control - R. Diaz, I. Diez-Perez, P. Gorostiza, F. Sanz, and J.R. Morante (University of Barcelona)
5:201355 Investigations of the Structural Dependence of Gold-Bound Alkanethiolate Monolayers on Chain Length and the Evolution of Barrier Strength to Electron Transfer - G.B. Dawson (San Jose State University), S.-S.S. Wong (Xanthon, Inc.), and M.D. Porter (Iowa State University)

Thursday, May 16, 2002

Co-Chairs: C.J. Zhong and N. Tao

8:001356 In-Situ Sanning Tunneling Microscopy Studies of Electrochemical Atomic Layer Epitaxy : Flow Cell STM of the Formation of CdS and CdSe - M. Lay and J. Stickney (University of Georgia)
8:401357 Application of Scanning Kelvin Probe Force Microscopy and AFM Scratching for Studies of Corrosion - P. Leblanc and G. Frankel (The Ohio State University)
9:201358 Growth and Dissolution of Surface Structures by Electrochemical Control of Self-Assembly of Insoluble Molecular Monolayers - Y. He, T. Ye, and E. Borguet (University of Pittsburgh)
9:40 Thirty-Minue Intermission -
10:201359 AFM Study of the Behavior of Near-Surface Voids in Aluminum During Anodic Oxidation - R. Huang and K. Hebert (Iowa State University)
11:001360 Scanning Electrochemical Potential Microscope - C. Li and K. Kjoller (Digital Instruments)
11:201361 Chronoabsorptometric Imaging of Li+ Insertion in Molybdenum Oxide Thin Films - T. McEvoy and K. Stevenson (University of Texas at Austin)
11:401362 Dynamics of Porphine Molecules at Electrochemical Interfaces by Time-Resolved STM - T. Ye, Y. He, and E. Borguet (University of Pittsburgh)