S. Peter Apell
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Biological Physics


Bioteknisk Fysik - F1 Biological Physics - bringing Life to Physics Check out Contributions of Women to Physics Förslag till ny inriktning i Biologisk Fysik på fysikprogrammet vid Göteborgs Universitet. Förslag till inriktningskurs i Bioteknisk Fysik och en helt ny studieplan för Teknisk Fysik: Bioteknisk FYsik.

Last seven papers:

  1. J.R. Sabin, S.B. Trickey, S.P. Apell and J. Oddershede, Molecular Shape, Capacitance, and Chemical Hardness (Zerner festschrift in the Int. J. Quantum. Chem. B77, 358 (2000).
  2. J. Aizpurua, S.P. Apell and R. Berndt, Role of the tip shape in light emission from the scanning tunneling microscope, Phys. Rev. B62, 2065 (2000).
  3. Theory of a magnetic microscope with nanometer resolution, Peter Johansson, S. Peter Apell and D. R. Penn (Phys. Rev. B to appear)
  4. S. P. Apell, R. Cabrera-Trujillo, J. Oddershede, S.B. Trickey and J.R. Sabin, Effect of shape on molecular directional compton profiles, J. of Mol. Structure (THEOCHEM), vol. 527, 157 (2000)
  5. On the interpretation of spin polarized electron energy loss spectra, R. Saniz and P. Apell (to appear 2001)
  6. Influence of tip geometry in light emission from the scanning tunneling microscope, G. Hoffman, J. Aizpurua, P. Apell and R. Berndt (Surf. Sci. 482-485, 1159 (2001))
  7. A Mechanism for Cutting Carbon Nanotubes with a Scanning Tunneling Microscope, Angel Rubio, S. Peter Apell, Liesbeth C. Venema and Cees Dekker (Eur. Phys. J. B17, 301 (2000))
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