Mark W. Rutland
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Long range electrostatic forces in ionic liquids
MA Gebbie, AM Smith, HA Dobbs, GG Warr, X Banquy, M Valtiner, ...
Chemical communications 53 (7), 1214-1224, 2017
Forces measured between hydrophobic surfaces due to a submicroscopic bridging bubble
A Carambassis, LC Jonker, P Attard, MW Rutland
Physical Review Letters 80 (24), 5357, 1998
Feeling small: exploring the tactile perception limits
L Skedung, M Arvidsson, JY Chung, CM Stafford, B Berglund, ...
Scientific reports 3 (1), 2617, 2013
Techniques for measuring surface forces
PM Claesson, T Ederth, V Bergeron, MW Rutland
Advances in colloid and interface science 67, 119-183, 1996
Adsorption of CTAB on hydrophilic silica studied by linear and nonlinear optical spectroscopy
E Tyrode, MW Rutland, CD Bain
Journal of the American Chemical Society 130 (51), 17434-17445, 2008
Control of nanoscale friction on gold in an ionic liquid by a potential-dependent ionic lubricant layer
J Sweeney, F Hausen, R Hayes, GB Webber, F Endres, MW Rutland, ...
Physical review letters 109 (15), 155502, 2012
Atomic force microscopy and direct surface force measurements (IUPAC Technical Report)
J Ralston, I Larson, MW Rutland, AA Feiler, M Kleijn
Pure and applied chemistry 77 (12), 2149-2170, 2005
Adsorption of the poly (oxyethylene) nonionic surfactant C12E5 to silica: a study using atomic force microscopy
MW Rutland, TJ Senden
Langmuir 9 (2), 412-418, 1993
Hydration forces between silica surfaces: Experimental data and predictions from different theories
JJ Valle-Delgado, JA Molina-Bolivar, F Galisteo-Gonzalez, ...
The Journal of chemical physics 123 (3), 2005
An ionic liquid lubricant enables superlubricity to be “switched on” in situ using an electrical potential
H Li, RJ Wood, MW Rutland, R Atkin
Chemical Communications 50 (33), 4368-4370, 2014
Ionic liquid lubrication: influence of ion structure, surface potential and sliding velocity
H Li, MW Rutland, R Atkin
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 15 (35), 14616-14623, 2013
Surfaces forces between silica surfaces in cationic surfactant solutions: adsorption and bilayer formation at normal and high pH
MW Rutland, JL Parker
Langmuir 10 (4), 1110-1121, 1994
Lubricating properties of the initial salivary pellicle—an AFM study
IC Hahn Berg, MW Rutland, T Arnebrant
Biofouling 19 (6), 365-369, 2003
Adsorption of pNIPAM layers on hydrophobic gold surfaces, measured in situ by QCM and SPR
MA Plunkett, Z Wang, MW Rutland, D Johannsmann
Langmuir 19 (17), 6837-6844, 2003
Tactile perception: Finger friction, surface roughness and perceived coarseness
L Skedung, K Danerlöv, U Olofsson, CM Johannesson, M Aikala, J Kettle, ...
Tribology International 44 (5), 505-512, 2011
Hydration state of nonionic surfactant monolayers at the liquid/vapor interface: Structure determination by vibrational sum frequency spectroscopy
E Tyrode, CM Johnson, A Kumpulainen, MW Rutland, PM Claesson
Journal of the American Chemical Society 127 (48), 16848-16859, 2005
Comparison of different methods to calibrate torsional spring constant and photodetector for atomic force microscopy friction measurements in air and liquid
T Pettersson, N Nordgren, MW Rutland, A Feiler
Review of Scientific Instruments 78 (9), 2007
Tip friction—torsional spring constant determination
G Bogdanovic, A Meurk, MW Rutland
Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 19 (4), 397-405, 2000
Xyloglucan in cellulose modification
Q Zhou, MW Rutland, TT Teeri, H Brumer
Cellulose 14, 625-641, 2007
Superlubricity using repulsive van der Waals forces
AA Feiler, L Bergström, MW Rutland
Langmuir 24 (6), 2274-2276, 2008
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