PUBLICATIONS

  • 1. Low Temperature Ultraviolet Spectroscopy - An Appraisal of Applicability to the Organo-Chemical Industry R. Kopelman, Dipl. Eng. Thesis, Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, (1957).
  • 2. Electronic Spectra of Hexamethylbenzene and Hexachlorobenzene Crystals. R. Kopelman M.Sc. Thesis, Israel Institute of Technology, (1957).
  • 3. Infrared Spectrum of Hexachlorobenzene R. Kopelman and O. Schnepp, J. Chem. Phys. 30, 597 (1959).
  • 4. Near-Ultraviolet Spectrum of Crystalline Hexachlorobenzene O. Schnepp and R. Kopelman, J. Chem. Phys. 30, 868 (1959).
  • 5. Infrared Spectra of Dimethyl Acetylene Crystal: Internal Rotation and Phase Transition R. Kopelman, Ph.D. Dissertation, Columbia University (1960).
  • 6. Dipole Moments of Excited Electronic States R. Kopelman and W. Klemperer, J. Chem. Phys. 36, 1693 (1962).
  • 7. Far-IR Spectrum of Dimethyl Acetylene: Internal Rotation and Evidence for a D6h Effective Symmetry R. Kopelman, J. Chem. Phys. 41, 1547 (1964).
  • 8. Vibrational Exciton Splitting Fermi Resonance and Crystal Structure of Methyl Iodide, R. Kopelman, J. Chem. Phys. 44, 3547 (1966).
  • 9. Electronic Spectrum of Ethylene Single Crystal: Search for the Olefin Mystery Band A. Lubezky and R. Kopelman, J. Chem. Phys. 45, 2526 (1966).
  • 10. Frenkel Exciton Selection Rules for k = 0 Transitions in Molecular Crystals S. D. Colson, R. Kopelman and G. W. Robinson, J. Chem. Phys. 47, 1, 27-30 (1967).
  • 10a. Erratum: Frenkel Exciton Selection Rules for k = 0 Transitions in Molecular Crystals J. Chem. Phys. 47, 27, 5462 (1967).
  • 11. Interchange Symmetry I: Molecules Crystals and Excitons, R. Kopelman, J. Chem. Phys. 47, 2631 (1967).
  • 12. Benzene Vibrational Exciton Spectrum R. Kopelman, J. Chem. Phys. 47, 3227 (1967).
  • 13. Book Review: The Triplet State: Proceedings of an International Symposium at the American University of Beirut (Feb. 1967) edited by A. B. Zahlan, et al., Cambridge University Press, 1967, American Scientist 56, 267A (1968).
  • 14. Direct Observation of the Entire Exciton Band of the First Excited Singlet States of Crystalline Benzene and Naphthalene S. D. Colson, D. M. Hanson, R. Kopelman and G. W. Robinson, J. Chem. Phys. 48, 2215 (1968).
  • 15. Electronic and Vibrational Exciton Structure in Crystalline Benzene E. R. Bernstein, S. D. Colson, R. Kopelman and G. W. Robinson, J. Chem. Phys. 48, 5596 (1968).
  • 16. Information on the Exciton Band Structure of the 1B2u State of Crystalline Naphthalene by the Variation of Energy Denominators Method Using Isotopic Substitution D. M. Hanson, R. Kopelman and G. W. Robinson, J. Chem. Phys. 51, 212 (1969).
  • 17. Vibrational Exciton Density of States in Solid Benzene J. C. Laufer and R. Kopelman, J. Chem. Phys. 53, 3674 (1970).
  • 18. Frenkel Exciton Superexchange Pair Interactions, and Dispersion Relation: 1B2u Naphthalene Crystal, H-K. Hong and R. Kopelman, Phys. Rev. Lett. 25, 1030 (1970).
  • 19. Excitons in Pure and Mixed Molecular Aggregates R. Kopelman, Rec. Chem. Progr. 31, 211 (1970).
  • 24. Random Lattice Calculations on Frenkel Excitons in Disordered Molecular Crystals - 1B2u Naphthalene H-K. Hong and R. Kopelman, J. Chem. Phys. 55, 5380 (1971).
  • 25. Book Review: The Irreducible Representations of Space Groups A. Casher, M. Gluck, and Y. Gur, edited by J. Zak, W. A. Benjamin, Inc., New York, 1969, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 93, 2827 (1971).
  • 26. Localized In-band Rotational Phonons in Mixed Molecular Crystals: Electronic Spectra of Naphthalene Doped Biphenyl and Durene P. H. Chereson, P. S. Friedman and R. Kopelman, J. Chem. Phys. 56, 3716-3717 (1972).
  • 27. Raman Phonon Spectra of Isotopic Mixed Naphthalene Crystals: Librational Exciton Model and the Amalgamation Limit P. N. Prasad and R. Kopelman, J. Chem. Phys. 57, 863 (1972).
  • 28. Method of Heavily Doped Isotopic Mixed Crystals for Determination of Exciton Splittings and Normal Modes: Raman Spectra of Naphthalene P. N. Prasad and R. Kopelman, J. Chem. Phys. 57, 856-862 (1972).
  • 29. Carbon-13 Impurity Effect on the a2u Infrared Exciton Spectrum of the Benzene Crystal J. C. Laufer and R. Kopelman, J. Chem. Phys. 57, 3202 (1972).
  • 30. Optical Mapping of the Phonon Density of States in Molecular Solids R. Kopelman, F. W. Ochs and P. N. Prasad, Phys. Stat. Solidi 54, K37 (1972).
  • 31. Multicomponent Cluster States in Dilute Mixed Molecular Crystals with Application to 1B2u Naphthalene Excitons, H-K. Hong and R. Kopelman, J. Chem. Phys. 57, 3888 (1972).
  • 32. Entire Phonon Spectrum of Molecular Crystals by the Localized Exciton Sideband Method: Naphthalene R. Kopelman, F. W. Ochs and P. N. Prasad, J. Chem. Phys. 57, 5409 (1972).
  • 33. Vibrational Torsional and Librational Excitons in Molecular Crystals and their Interactions: Raman Active Phonons in Neat and Isotopic Mixed Durene, P. N. Prasad and R. Kopelman, J. Chem. Phys. 58, 126 (1973).
  • 34. Phonons in Disordered Molecular Solids: Raman Spectra of Heavily-Doped Mixed Crystals of Benzene and Perdeuterobenzene H-K. Hong and R. Kopelman, J. Chem. Phys. 58, 384 (1973).
  • 35. Coherent Potential Theory for Interacting Bands: Phonons and Excitons in Substitutionally Disordered Molecular Crystals H-K. Hong and R. Kopelman, J. Chem. Phys. 58, 2557 (1973).
  • 36. Temperature Dependence of a Vibrational Exciton: Some Methyl Motions of Durene P. N. Prasad and R. Kopelman, J. Chem. Phys. 58, 5031 (1973).
  • 37. Molecular Motions and Lambda Phase Transition: Raman and Far-IR Studies of Neat and Isotopic Mixed Hexamethylbenzene Crystal P. N. Prasad, S. D. Woodruff and R. Kopelman, Chem. Phys. 1, 173 (1973).
  • 38. Phonon Raman Spectra Molecular Motions, and Phase Transition of Dimethylacetylene Crystal, P. N. Prasad and R. Kopelman, Chem. Phys. Lett. 20, 513 (1973).
  • 39. External Internal and Semi-Internal Vibrations in Molecular Solids: Spectroscopic Criteria for Identification, P. N. Prasad and R. Kopelman, Chem. Phys. Lett. 21, 505 (1973).
  • 40. Exciton and Band Structure and Energy Transfer in Neat and Isotopic Mixed Crystals of Hexamethylbenzene S. D. Woodruff, P. H. Chereson and R. Kopelman, 6th Molecular Crystal Symposium, Schloss Elmau, West Germany (1973).
  • 41. Spectroscopic Evidence for a Continuous Change in Molecular and Crystal Structure: Deformation of Biphenyl in the Low Temperature Solid P. S. Friedman, R. Kopelman and P. N. Prasad, Chem. Phys. Lett. 24, 15 (1974).
  • 42. Phonon Sidebands of Localized Excitons in Molecular Crystals with Methyl Torsions: Hexamethylbenzene S. D. Woodruff, P. N. Prasad and R. Kopelman, J. Chem. Phys. 60, 2365 (1974).
  • 43. Exciton Surface States in Molecular Crystals J. Hoshen and R. Kopelman, J. Chem. Phys. 61, 330 (1974).
  • 44. Comment: Phonon Spectrum of Molecular Crystals from Exciton Sidebands R. Kopelman, F. W. Ochs and P. N. Prasad, Chem. Phys. Lett. 29, 134 (1974).
  • 45. Quantitative Tests of Mixed Crystal Exciton Theory: I. Naphthalene Monomer 1B2u and 3B1u Spectra F. W. Ochs, P. N. Prasad and R. Kopelman, Chem. Phys. 6, 253 (1974).
  • 46. An Energy Denominator Study of the Phonon Side Band in Isotopic Mixed Naphthalene Crystals F. W. Ochs, P. N. Prasad and R. Kopelman, Chem. Phys. Lett. 29, 290 (1974).
  • 47. Excitons in Pure and Mixed Molecular Crystals R. Kopelman, Excited States, Vol. II., edited by E. C. Lim, Academic Press, New York (1975), p. 33.
  • 48. Triplet Exciton Percolation and Superexchange: Naphthalene C10H8 - C10D8 R. Kopelman, E. M. Monberg, F. W. Ochs and P. N. Prasad, J. Chem. Phys. 62, 292 (1975).
  • 49. On the Application of Group Theory to Molecular Excitons J. Hoshen, R. Kopelman and J. Jortner, Chem. Phys. 10, 185 (1975).
  • 50. Exciton Percolation: Isotopic Mixed 1B2u Naphthalene R. Kopelman, E. M. Monberg, F. W. Ochs and P. N. Prasad, Phys. Rev. Lett. 34, 1506 (1975).
  • 51. Exciton States in Organic Alloys: Naphthalene-Perdeuteronaphthalene P. Argyrakis, E. M. Monberg and R. Kopelman, Chem. Phys. Lett. 36, 349 (1975).
  • 52. Exciton Percolation and Energy Transfer in Isotopic Mixed Molecular Crystals: Naphthalene. 7th Molecular Crystal Symposium Nikko, Japan (1975), p. 37.
  • 54. Excitons in Ternary Mixed Molecular Crystals: A Prototype for the Primary Step of Photosythesis? R. Kopelman J. Lumin 12/13, 775 (1976).
  • 55. Perturbed Sites and Host-Guest-Host Exciton Cascade in the Biphenyl Isotopic Mixed Crystal Phosphorescence P. S. Friedman, P. N. Prasad and R. Kopelman, Chem. Phys. 13, 121 (1976).
  • 56. Percolation and Cluster Distribution. I. Multiple Labeling Technique and Critical Concentration Algorithm J. Hoshen and R. Kopelman, Phys. Rev. B 14, 3438-(1976).
  • 57. Green's Functions for a Face Centered Orthorhombic Lattice J. Hoshen and R. Kopelman, J. Math. Phys. 17, 2067 (1976).
  • 58. Off-Line Computer Applications to High Resolution UV-Visible Spectroscopy F. W. Ochs and R. Kopelman, Appl. Spectr. 30, 306 (1976).
  • 59. Exciton Percolation in Molecular Alloys and Aggregates R. Kopelman, Topics in Applied Physics Vol. 15: Radiationless Processes in Molecules and Condensed Phases, edited by F. K. Fong, Springer-Verlag, Berlin (1976), p. 297.
  • 60. Exciton Percolation in Mixed Molecular Crystals and Aggregates: From Naphthalene to Photosynthesis R. Kopelman, J. Phys. Chem. 80, 2191 (1976).
  • 61. Exciton Percolation I. Migration Dynamics J. Hoshen and R. Kopelman, J. Chem. Phys. 65, 2817 (1976).
  • 62. Molecular Exciton Cluster States and Spectra with Application to Benzene J. Hoshen and R. Kopelman, Phys. Stat. Sol. B, 81, 479 (1977).
  • 63. Vibrational Excitons Resonant Energy Transfer and Local Structure in Liquid Benzene, R. LeSar and R. Kopelman, J. Chem. Phys. 66, 5035 (1977).
  • 64. Quantitative Tests of Mixed Crystal Exciton Theory. II. Energy Denominator Study of Naphthalene 1B2u Resonance Pairs F. W. Ochs and R. Kopelman, J. Chem. Phys. 66, 1599 (1977).
  • 65. Exciton Percolation and Exciton Coherence P. Argyrakis and R. Kopelman, J. Chem. Phys. 66, 3301 (1977).
  • 66. Long Range Exciton Percolation and Superexchange: Energy Denominator Study on 3B1u Naphthalene R. Kopelman, E. M. Monberg and F. W. Ochs, Chem. Phys. 19, 413 (1977).
  • 67. Phase III Crystal Structure and 115K Phase Transition of Hexamethylbenzene S. D. Woodruff and R. Kopelman, J. Cryst. Mol. Structure 7, 29 (1977).
  • 68. Exciton Percolation. II: Naphthalene 1B2u Supertransfer R. Kopelman, E. M. Monberg and F. W. Ochs, Chem. Phys. 21, 373 (1977).
  • 69. Exciton Band of a One-Molecule-per-Unit-Cell-Crystal: Hexamethylbenzene First Singlet S. D. Woodruff and R. Kopelman, Chem. Phys. 22, 1 (1977).
  • 70. Exciton Percolation Migration and Coherence, R. Kopelman, 8th Molecular Crystal Symposium, Santa Barbara, USA (1977), p. 194.
  • 71. Percolation and Cluster Distribution. II. Layers Variable Range Interactions and Other Site Problems, J. Hoshen, R. Kopelman and E. M. Monberg, J. Stat. Phys. 19, 219 (1978).
  • 72. Critical Concentrations for Triplet Exciton Tunneling in Binary Naphthalene Crystals: The Case for Percolation E. M. Monberg and R. Kopelman, Chem. Phys. Lett. 58, 492 (1978).
  • 73. Exciton Percolation III. Stochastic and Coherent Migration on Random Binary and Ternary Lattices P. Argyrakis and R. Kopelman, J. Theo. Bio. 73, 205 (1978).
  • 74. Vibrational Exciton Cluster States Percolation and Pairwise Interactions: Benzene A2u Band, R. LeSar and R. Kopelman, Chem. Phys. 29, 289 (1978).
  • 75. Phonon and Exciton Amalgamation - a Criterion for True Solid Solutions: Vibrations of Chemically and Isotopically Mixed Paradihalobenzene Crystals J. C. Bellows, P. N. Prasad, E. M. Monberg and R. Kopelman, Chem. Phys. Lett. 54, 439 (1978).
  • 76. Electronic Energy Transfer in Mixed Organic Solids: Anderson Localization or Delocalization? E. M. Monberg and R. Kopelman Chem. Phys. Lett. 58, 497 (1978).
  • 77. Percolation and Cluster Distribution. III. Algorithms for the Site-Bond Problem J. Hoshen, P. W. Klymko and R. Kopelman, J. Stat. Phys. 21, 583 (1979).
  • 78. Time Resolved Exciton Migration in Mixed Naphthalene Crystals: Triplet and Singlet Critical Concentrations D. C. Ahlgren, E. M. Monberg and R. Kopelman, Chem. Phys. Lett. 64, 122 (1979).
  • 79. Variable Range Cluster Model of Exciton Migration: Dimensionality and Critical Exponents for Naphthalene R. Kopelman, E. M. Monberg, J. S. Newhouse and F. W. Ochs, J. Lumin. 18/19, 41 (1979).
  • 80. Book Review: Collective Phenomena and the Applications of Physics to Other Fields of Science edited by N. A. Chigier and E. A. Stern, Brain Research Publication Inc., Fayetteville, N. Y, 1975, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 101, 1062 (1979).
  • 81. Book Review: Molecular Symmetry and Group Theory by A. Vincent, John Wiley and Sons, London, 1977, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 101, 1358 (1979).
  • 82. Exciton Percolation Kinetics and Exciton Coherency: 1B2u Naphthalene P. Argyrakis and R. Kopelman, Chem. Phys. Lett. 61, 187 (1979).
  • 83. Monte Carlo Experiments on Cluster Site Distribution in Percolation J. Hoshen, D. Stauffer, G. H. Bishop, R. J. Harrison and F. D. Quinn, J. Phys. A 12, 1285 (1979).
  • 84. Experimental Test of the Anderson-Mott Transition Model for Exciton Transport D. C. Ahlgren and R. Kopelman, J. Chem. Phys. 70, 31333134 (1979).
  • 85. High Density Excitation Calculations in Molecular Solids: A Monte Carlo Study P. Argyrakis, J. Hoshen and R. Kopelman, in Fast Reactions in Energetic Systems, edited by C. Capellos and R. F. Walker, D. Reidel, Dordrecht, Holland (1980), p. 685.
  • 86. Exciton Percolation Tunneling and Thermalization: Naphthalene First Singlet and Triplet, E. M. Monberg and R. Kopelman, V. L. Broude Memorial Issue, edited by D. M. Hanson, Mol. Cryst. Liq. Cryst. 57, 271 (1980).
  • 87. Percolation Analog for a Two Component Liquid Vapor System J. Hoshen, Chem. Phys. Lett. 75, 347 (1980).
  • 88. Diffusive and Percolative Lattice Migration: Excitons R. Kopelman and P. Argyrakis, J. Chem. Phys. 72, 3053 (1980).
  • 89. Isotopic Mixed Crystal Exciton Spectra in the Far Infrared: Naphthalene D. C. Ahlgren and R. Kopelman, Chem. Phys. 48, 47 (1980).
  • 90. Percolation in Molecular Solids R. Kopelman, Organic Coatings and Plastics Chemistry 42, 371 (1980).
  • 91. Correlated Random Walk Simulations in Simple and Binary Lattices P. Argyrakis and R. Kopelman, Phys. Rev. B 22, 1830 (1980).
  • 92. Correlated Hopping Model for Singlet Exciton Transport in Lightly Doped Naphthalene Crystals P. Argyrakis and R. Kopelman, Chem. Phys. 51, 9 (1980).
  • 93. Reply to comment on "Experimental Test of the Anderson-Mott Transition Model for Excitation Transport" D. C. Ahlgren and R. Kopelman, J. Chem. Phys. 73, 1005 (1980).
  • 94. Critical Exciton Transport and the Excitation Radius R. Kopelman, D. C. Ahlgren, P. Argyrakis, S. T. Gentry, D. Hooper, J. Hoshen, P. Klymko and J. S. Newhouse, 9th Molecular Crystal Symposium, Mittelberg-Kleinwalsertal (1980).
  • 96. Optical Spectroscopy of Electronic Centers in Solids G. F. Imbusch and R. Kopelman, Topics in Applied Physics, Vol. 49: Laser Spectroscopy of Solids, edited by W. M. Yen and P. M. Selzer, Springer-Verlag, Berlin (1981), p. 1.
  • 97. Excitation Dynamics in Molecular Solids A. H. Francis and R. Kopelman, Topics in Applied Physics, Vol. 49: Laser Spectroscopy of Solids, edited by W. M. Yen and P. M. Selzer, Springer-Verlag, Berlin (1981), p. 241.
  • 98. Percolation of Molecular Excitons R. Kopelman, ACS Symposium Series No. 162: Characterization of Molecular Structures of Polymers by Photon, Electron and Ion Probes, edited by D. W. Dwight, H. R. Thomas and T. J. Fabish, ACS (1981), p. 57.
  • 99. Critical Exciton Annihilation: Diffusion Percolation or Anderson Transition? P. W. Klymko and R. Kopelman, J. Lumin. 24/25, 457 (1981).
  • 100. Dynamics of Energy Transport in Ternary Molecular Solids. I. Naphthalene Steady State Fluorescence P. Argyrakis and R. Kopelman, Chem. Phys. 57, 29 (1981).
  • 101. Percolative vs. Homogeneous Energy Transport Kinetics: Time Resolved Donor and Acceptor Fluorescence of Isotopic Mixed Naphthalene Crystals R. P. Parson and R. Kopelman, Chem. Phys. Lett. 87, 528 (1982).
  • 102. Exciton Transport in Naphthalene Alloys: A Transition from Percolation to Diffusion S. T. Gentry and R. Kopelman, Chem. Phys. Lett. 93, 264 (1982).
  • 103. Heterogeneous Exciton Kinetics: Triplet Naphthalene Homofusion in an Isotopic Mixed Crystal P. W. Klymko and R. Kopelman, J. Phys. Chem. 86, 3686 (1982).
  • 104. Experimental Investigations and Re-evaluation of Energy Transport in Mixed Crystals S. T. Gentry, P. W. Klymko and R. Kopelman, Xth Molecular Crystal Symposium, St. Jovite, Quebec (1982), p. 98.
  • 105. Energy Transport in Mixed Molecular Crystals R. Kopelman, Modern Problems in Solid State Physics, Vol. 4: Spectroscopy and Excitation Dynamics of Condensed Molecular Systems, edited by V. M. Agranovich and R. M. Hochstrasser, North-Holland, Amsterdam (1983), p. 139.
  • 106. Single and Multiple Random Walks on Random Lattices: Excitation Trapping and Annihilation Simulations R. Kopelman, J. Hoshen, J. S. Newhouse and P. Argyrakis, J. Stat. Phys. 30, 335 (1983).
  • 107. Singlet Exciton Transport in Substitutionally Disordered Naphthalene Crystals: Percolation and Generalized Diffusion S. T. Gentry and R Kopelman, J. Chem. Phys. 78, 373 (1983).
  • 108. Quasiresonant Excitation Transfer in Molecular Aggregates R. P. Parson and R. Kopelman, J. Chem. Phys. 79, 1444 (1983).
  • 109. Analog-Metal to Nonmetal Exciton Transition: Effect of Isotopic Alloying on Naphthalene Triplets S. T. Gentry and R. Kopelman, Phys. Rev. B 27, 2579 (1983).
  • 110. Dynamics of Energy Transport in Ternary Molecular Solids. II. Time Evolution of Naphthalene Fluorescence P. Argyrakis and R. Kopelman, Chem. Phys. 78, 251 (1983).
  • 111. Incoherent Excitation Transport in Energetically Disordered Media R. Parson and R. Kopelman, Chem. Phys. Lett. 99, 213 (1983).
  • 112. Excitation Transport in Naphthalene Aggregates: Mixed Crystals Amorphous Thin Films and Polymeric Glasses, R. Kopelman in Electronic Excitations and Interaction Processes in Organic Molecular Aggregates, edited by P. Reineker, H. Haken, H. C. Wolf, Springer Series in Solid-State Sciences 49, Springer, Berlin (1983), p. 202.
  • 113. Energy Trapping and Funnels in Mixed Naphthalene Crystals P. Argyrakis, D. Hooper and R. Kopelman, J. Phys. Chem. 87, 1467 (1983).
  • 114. Band Model for Excitation Transport in Disordered Solids R. Parson, Chem. Phys. Lett. 100, 59 (1983).
  • 115. Fractal Reaction Kinetics: Exciton Fusion on Clusters P. W. Klymko and R. Kopelman, J. Phys. Chem. 87, 4565 (1983).
  • 116. Exciton Heterofusion: A Quantitative Measure of Transport in Mixed Crystals R. Kopelman, S. T. Gentry, P. W. Klymko and J. S. Newhouse, J. Opt. Soc. Am. 73, 1389 (1983).
  • 117. Dynamics of Anisotropic Exciton Hopping in Molecular Crystals P. Argyrakis, A. Blumen, R. Kopelman and G. Zumofen, J. Phys. Chem. 88, 1973 (1984).
  • 118. Random Walk on Percolation Clusters P. Argyrakis and R. Kopelman, Phys. Rev. B 29, 511 (1984).
  • 119. Two-Particle Continuous-Time Random Walks and Binary Reactions in Disordered Media R. Parson and R. Kopelman, Chem. Phys. Lett. 104, 320 (1984).
  • 120. Fractal to Classical Crossover of Chemical Reactions J. S. Newhouse, P. Argyrakis and R. Kopelman, Chem. Phys. Lett. 107, 48 (1984).
  • 121. Reaction Kinetics on Fractals: Random Walker Simulations and Exciton Experiments R. Kopelman, P. W. Klymko, J. S. Newhouse and L. W. Anacker, Phys. Rev. B 29, 3747 (1984).
  • 122. Single Random Walker on Disordered Lattices P. Argyrakis, L. W. Anacker and R. Kopelman, Proceedings of a Symposium on Fractals, NBS, Nov. 1983, J. Stat. Phys. 36, 579 (1984).
  • 123. Fractal Chemical Kinetics: Reacting Random Walkers L. W. Anacker, R. Kopelman and J. S. Newhouse, Proceedings of a Symposium on Fractals, NBS, Nov. 1983, J. Stat. Phys. 36, 591 (1984).
  • 124. Exciton Energy Funnels in Beta-Methylnaphthalene-Doped Naphthalene Crystals S. T. Gentry and R. Kopelman, J. Phys. Chem. 88, 3170 (1984).
  • 125. Triplet Exciton Transport in Isotopic Mixed Naphthalene Crystals. I. Kinetic Analysis of Trapping and Fusion S. T. Gentry and R. Kopelman, J. Chem. Phys. 81, 3014 (1984).
  • 126. Triplet Exciton Transport in Isotopic Mixed Naphthalene Crystals. II. Master Equation Analysis S. T. Gentry and R. Kopelman, J. Chem. Phys. 81, 3022 (1984).
  • 127. Fractal to Euclidean Crossover and Scaling for Random Walkers on Percolation Clusters P. Argyrakis and R. Kopelman, J. Chem. Phys. 81, 1015 (1984).
  • 128. Exciton Transport in Disordered Crystals: Velocity Correlation Functions R. Parson and R. Kopelman, Chem. Phys. 89, 265 (1984).
  • 129. Non-Equilibrium Excitation Transport in Energetically Disordered Media R. Parson and R. Kopelman, J. Phys. Chem. 88, 2931 (1984).
  • 130. Luminescent Fractal Reactions: Exciton Fusion on Percolation Clusters L. W. Anacker, P. W. Klymko and R. Kopelman, J. Lumin. 31/32, 648 (1984).
  • 131. Fractal-Like Exciton Transport and Fusion in Disordered Naphthalene L. A. Harmon and R. Kopelman, J. Lumin. 31/32, 660 (1984).
  • 132. Fractal Chemical Kinetics: Simulations and Experiments L. W. Anacker and R. Kopelman, J. Chem. Phys. 81, 6402-6403 (1984).
  • 133. Fractal Reactions in Disordered Materials: Computer Simulations and Excitation Fusion Experiments R. Kopelman, in Fractal Aspects of Materials: Metal and Catalyst Surfaces, Powders and Aggregates, edited by B. B. Mandelbrot and D. E. Passoja, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings. (1984), p. 21.
  • 134. Fractal Exciton Fusion: Simulations on Long-Range Percolation Clusters J. S. Newhouse and R. Kopelman, J. Lumin. 31/32, 657 (1984).
  • 135. Fractal Energy Transport: Random Walk Simulations on Long-Range Percolation Clusters P. Argyrakis and R. Kopelman, J. Lumin. 31/32, 654 (1984).
  • 136. Fractal-Like Energy Transport and Fusion in a Naphthalene-Doped Polymeric Glass E. I. Newhouse and R. Kopelman, J. Lumin. 31/32, 651 (1984).
  • 137. A Self-Consistent Theory of Nonequilibrium Excitation Transport in Energetically Disordered Systems R. P. Parson and R. Kopelman, J. Chem. Phys. 82, 3692 (1985).
  • 138. Scaling and Short-Time Corrections for Random Walks on 2-Dimensional Exactly Percolating Clusters A. Keramiotis, P. Argyrakis and R. Kopelman, Phys. Rev. B 31, 4617 (1985).
  • 139. Long-Range Random Walk on Percolation Clusters P. Argyrakis and R. Kopelman, Phys. Rev. B 31, 6008 (1985).
  • 140. Fractal Chemical Kinetics: Binary Steady State Reaction on a Percolating Cluster J. S. Newhouse and R. Kopelman, Phys. Rev. B 31, 1677 (1985).
  • 141. Fractal to Euclidean Crossover and Scaling for Random Walks. II. Three-Dimensional Lattice P. Argyrakis and R. Kopelman, J. Chem. Phys. 83, 3099 (1985).
  • 142. Fractal-Like Exciton Kinetics in Membranes Glasses and Films, R. Kopelman, Proceedings of the 5th Int. Conf. on Dynamical Processes in the Excited State of Solids, J. de Physique C7, 9, (1985). [Invited paper]
  • 143. Fractal-Like Exciton Kinetics in Grain Boundaries Embedded Aggregates, Plugged Pores and Powder Interfaces, R. Kopelman, L. A. Harmon, E. I. Newhouse, S. J. Parus and J. Prasad, in Fractal Aspects of Materials, edited by R. B. Laibowitz, B. B. Mandelbrot and D. E. Passoja, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings (1985), p. 81. [Invited paper]
  • 144. Fractal and Fractal-Like Reaction Kinetics: Random Walk Simulations L. W. Anacker and R. Kopelman, Proceedings of 1985 Materials Research Society Conference (1985). [Contributed paper]
  • 145. Fractal Exciton Kinetics R. Kopelman, Proceedings XIth Molecular Crystal Symposium, Lugano, Switzerland (1985), p. 157. [Contributed paper]
  • 146. Diffusion-Controlled Reaction Kinetics on Fractal and Euclidean Lattices: Transient and Steady-State Annihilation L. W. Anacker, R. P. Parson and R. Kopelman, J. Phys. Chem. 89, 4758-4761 (1985).
  • 148. Fractal Aspects of Heterogeneous Chemical Reactions P. Argyrakis and R. Kopelman, in Advances in Chemical Reaction Dynamics, edited by P. M. Rentzepis and C. Capellos, D. Reidel, Holland (1986), p. 339. [Contributed paper]
  • 149. Fractal-Like Exciton Kinetics in Porous Glasses Organic Membranes and Filter Papers, R. Kopelman, S. Parus and J. Prasad, Phys. Rev. Lett. 56, 1742 (1986).
  • 150. Fractal Nature of Geometric and Energetic Disorder: Exciton Kinetics in Crystalline Films Glasses and Membranes, R. Kopelman, in Transport and Relaxation in Random Materials, edited by J. Klafter, R. J. Rubin and M. F. Shlesinger, World Scientific Publishing Co., Singapore (1986), p. 177. [Invited review chapter]
  • 151. Optical Spectroscopy of Electronic Centers in Solids G. F. Imbusch and R. Kopelman, Topics in Applied Physics, Vol 49: Laser Spectroscopy of Solids, 2nd Edition, edited by W. M. Yen and P. M. Selzer, Springer-Verlag, Berlin (1986), p. 1. [Invited review chapter]
  • 152. Excitation Dynamics in Molecular Solids A. H. Francis and R. Kopelman, Topics in Applied Physics, Vol. 49: Laser Spectroscopy of Solids, 2nd Edition, edited by W. M. Yen and P. M. Selzer, Springer-Verlag, Berlin (1986), p. 241. [Invited review chapter]
  • 153. Reaction Kinetics on Clusters and Islands J. S. Newhouse and R. Kopelman, J. Chem. Phys. 85, 6804 (1986).
  • 154. Fractal Behavior of Correlated Random Walks on Percolating Clusters P. Argyrakis and R. Kopelman, J. Chem. Phys. 84, 1047-1048 (1986).
  • 155. Reaction Kinetics on Powders Porous Media and Fractals: Experiments and Simulations, R. Kopelman and S. J. Parus, in Fractal Aspects of Materials, II, edited by D. W. Schaefer, R. B. Laibowitz, B. B. Mandelbrot and S. H. Liu, Materials Research Society, Pittsburgh (1986), p. 50. [Invited paper]
  • 156. Rate Processes on Fractals: Theory Simulation and Experiments, R. Kopelman, J. Stat. Phys. 42, 185 (1986). [Refereed invited review paper]
  • 157. Photoexcitation Dynamics and Photodimerization in Nanometer Wires Polymer Blends, Powders, Porous Membranes and Glasses, R. Kopelman, C. S. Li, S. J. Parus and J. Prasad, Proceedings of Third International Conference on Unconventional Photoactive Solids, Schloss Elmau, W. Germany (October, 1987), p. 112. [Invited paper]
  • 158. Low Dimensional Exciton Reactions R. Kopelman, Philos. Mag. B, 56, 717 (1987). [Invited review paper]
  • 159. Fractal-Like Photoexcitation Kinetics: Structural Patterns and their Modification in Disordered Films Blends, Porous Materials and Powders, R. Kopelman, in Fractal Aspects of Materials III, edited by A. J. Hurd, D. A. Weitz and B. B. Mandelbrot, Materials Research Society, Pittsburgh (1987), p. 112. [Invited review paper]
  • 160. Book Review: Spectroscopy of Molecular Excitons by V. L. Broude, E. I. Rashba and E. F. Sheka, Springer, Berlin, 1985, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 109, 7241 (1987).
  • 161. Excitation Time Modulation: A New Technique for Heterogeneous Media R. Kopelman, in Nonlinear Optics and Spectroscopy of Organic Materials, edited by T. Kobayashi, RIKEN Symp. Proc., Tokyo (1987), p. 6. [Invited paper]
  • 162. Refined Monte Carlo Simulations of Static Percolation J. Hoshen, R. Kopelman and J. S. Newhouse, J. Phys. Chem. 91, 219 (1987).
  • 163. Fractal-Like Molecular Reaction Kinetics: Solute Photochemistry in Porous Membranes J. Prasad and R. Kopelman, J. Phys. Chem. 91, 265 (1987).
  • 164. Steady-State Chemical Kinetics on Fractals: Segregation of Reactants L. W. Anacker and R. Kopelman, Phys. Rev. Lett. 58, 289 (1987).
  • 165. Exciton Dynamics in Thin Wires R. Kopelman, L. Li, S. J. Parus and J. Prasad, J. Lumin. 38, 289 (1987).
  • 166. Exciton Kinetics in Ultrathin Molecular Wires and Pores J. Prasad and R. Kopelman, Phys. Rev. Lett. 59, 2103 (1987).
  • 167. Self-Stirred vs. Well-Stirred Reaction Kinetics P. Argyrakis and R. Kopelman, J. Phys. Chem. 91, 2699 (1987).
  • 168. Steady-State Chemical Kinetics on Fractals: Geminate and Nongeminate Generation of Reactants L. W. Anacker and R. Kopelman, J. Phys. Chem. 91, 5555 (1987).
  • 169. Simulations of One-Dimensional and Fractal Luminescence Kinetics L. Li and R. Kopelman, J. Lumin. 40/41, 688 (1988).
  • 170. Recombination Kinetics in Low Dimensions P. Argyrakis and R. Kopelman, J. Lumin. 40/41, 690 (1988).
  • 171. One-Dimensional Luminescence Kinetics: A Submicron Probe J. Prasad and R. Kopelman, J. Lumin. 40/41, 643 (1988).
  • 172. Fractal-Like Triplet-Triplet Annihilation Kinetics in Naphthalene-Doped Poly(methylmethacrylate) E. I. Newhouse and R. Kopelman, Chem. Phys. Lett. 143, 106 (1988).
  • 173. Random Walks on Fractals: Higher Moments L. W. Anacker, P. Argyrakis and R. Kopelman, J. Phys. A 21, 569 (1988).
  • 174. Steady-State Chemical Kinetics on Surface Clusters and Islands: Segregation of Reactants J. S. Newhouse and R. Kopelman, J. Phys. Chem. 92, 1538 (1988).
  • 175. Random Walks on Percolating Clusters with Energetic Disorder P. Argyrakis and R. Kopelman , J. Phys. A. 21, 2753 (1988).
  • 176. Transport and Reactions in Disordered Media R. Kopelman, in Unconventional Photoactive Solids, edited by H. Scher, Plenum Press, New York (1988), p. 11. [Invited review paper]
  • 177. Exciton Transport in Naphthalene-Doped Poly(methylmethacrylate): Spacial and Energetic Disorder E. I. Newhouse and R. Kopelman, in Unconventional Photoactive Solids, edited by H. Scher, Plenum Press, New York (1988), p. 63. [Contributed paper]
  • 178. Fractal-Like Exciton Kinetics in Porous Glasses Membranes and Powders, J. Prasad, S. J. Parus and R. Kopelman, in Unconventional Photoactive Solids, edited by H. Scher, Plenum Press, New York (1988), p. 21. [Contributed paper]
  • 179. Reaction Kinetics on Fractal and Euclidean Structures with Energetic Disorder: Random Walk Simulations L. W. Anacker and R. Kopelman, in Unconventional Photoactive Solids, edited by H. Scher, Plenum Press, New York (1988), p. 29. [Contributed paper]
  • 180. Excitation Transport Kinetics in Vapor-Deposited Naphthalene L. A. Harmon and R. Kopelman, in Unconventional Photoactive Solids, edited by H. Scher, Plenum Press, New York (1988), p. 83. [Contributed paper]
  • 181. Steady-State Segregation in Diffusion-Limited Reactions K. Lindenberg, B. J. West and R. Kopelman, Phys. Rev. Lett. 60, 1777 (1988).
  • 182. Fractal Reaction Kinetics R. Kopelman, Science 241, 1620-1626 (1988). [Refereed invited review paper]
  • 183. Exciton Reactions in Ultrathin Molecular Wires Filaments and Pores: A Case Study of Kinetics and Self-Ordering in Low Dimensions, R. Kopelman, S. J. Parus and J. Prasad, in Excited State Relaxation and Transport Phenomena in Solids, edited by J. L. Skinner and M. D. Fayer, Special Issue Chem. Phys. 128, 209 (1988). [Refereed invited paper]
  • 184. Self-Organization of Reactants on Fractal Surfaces: A + A  Product L. Li, E. Clement, P. Argyrakis, L. A. Harmon, S. J. Parus and R. Kopelman, in Fractal Aspects of Materials: Disordered Systems, edited by D. A. Weitz, L. M. Sander and B. B. Mandelbrot, Materials Research Society, Pittsburgh (1988) p. 211. [Contributed paper]
  • 185. Diffusion-Controlled Reactions and Segregation Phenomena in Low Dimensional Media: Influence of the Source E. Clement, L. Li, L. W. Anacker, L. A. Harmon, R. Kopelman and L. M. Sander, in Fractal Aspects of Materials: Disordered Systems, edited by D. A. Weitz, L. M. Sander and B. B. Mandelbrot, Materials Research Society, Pittsburgh (1988) p. 307. [Invited paper]
  • 186. Reactant Segregation on Fractals L. A. Harmon, L. Li, L. W. Anacker and R. Kopelman, in Fractal Aspects of Materials: Disordered Systems, edited by D. A. Weitz, L. M. Sander and B. B. Mandelbrot, Materials Research Society, Pittsburgh (1988) p. 303. [Contributed paper]
  • 187. Delayed Fluorescence Reaction Kinetics and Organic Materials, R. Kopelman, Proceedings of SPIE: Fluorescence Detection, edited by E. R. Menzel, The International Society for Optical Engineering, Bellingham, WA, 910, 181 (1988). [Invited paper]
  • 188. Exploring Fractal-Like Reaction Kinetics R. Kopelman and L. W. Anacker, in Science at the John von Neumann National Computer Center, 1987, edited by G. Cook, Consortium for Scientific Computing, Princeton, NJ (1988) p. 73. [Non-refereed paper]
  • 189. A Nanometer Dimension Optical Device A. Lewis and R. Kopelman, Israel Patent No. 87139 (July 17, 1988).
  • 190. Pattern Formation in Diffusion-Limited Reactions B. J. West, R. Kopelman and K. Lindenberg, Proceedings of 1988 Conference on External Noise and its Interaction with Spatial Degrees of Freedom in Nonlinear Dissipative Systems, Los Alamos, Special Issue, J. Stat. Phys. 54, 1429-1439 (1989). [Refereed invited paper]
  • 191. Excitons in Molecular Aggregates and a Hypothesis on the Sodium Channel Gating E. B. Fauman and R. Kopelman, Comments Mol. Cell. Biophysics, 6, 47-61 (1989). [Refereed invited review paper]
  • 192. Diffusion Controlled Reaction Kinetics R. Kopelman, in The Fractal Approach to Heterogeneous Chemistry: Surfaces, Colloids, Polymers, edited by D. Avnir, John Wiley & Sons, New York (1989), p. 295. [Refereed invited review chapter]
  • 193. Low-Dimensional Reaction Kinetics in Porous Disordered Media and Reactant Self-Organization R. Kopelman, J. Prasad and S. J. Parus in Molecular Dynamics in Restricted Geometries, edited by J. Klafter and J. M. Drake, John Wiley & Sons, New York (1989), p. 145. [Refereed invited review chapter]
  • 194. Reaction Kinetics and Self-Ordering in Restricted Geometries: Excitation Fusion in Molecular Aggregates R. Kopelman, S. J. Parus and Z-Y. Shi, in Dynamical Processes in Condensed Molecular Systems, edited by J. Klafter, J. Jortner and A. Blumen, World Scientific Publishing Co., Singapore (1989), p.231. [Refereed invited review paper]
  • 195. Density of Nearest-Neighbor Distances in Diffusion-Controlled Reactions at a Single Trap G. Weiss, R. Kopelman and S. Havlin, Phys. Rev. A 39, 466 (1989).
  • 196. Self-Ordering in Diffusion Controlled Reactions: Exciton Fusion Experiments and Simulations on Naphthalene Powder Percolation Clusters and Impregnated Porous Silica, S. J. Parus and R. Kopelman, Phys. Rev. B 39, 889, (1989).
  • 197. Stirring in Chemical Reactions P. Argyrakis and R. Kopelman, J. Phys. Chem. 93, 225 (1989).
  • 198. Steady-State vs. Pulsed Excitation Recombination Kinetics: Simulations and Experiments on Pores Powders and Random Media, S. J. Parus and R. Kopelman, Mol. Cryst. Liq. Cryst. 175, 119 (1989).
  • 199. Fractal to Classical Crossover of Chemical Reactions J. S. Newhouse, P. Argyrakis and R. Kopelman, in Fractals, Selected Reprints, edited by A. J. Hurd, American Assoc. of Phys. Teachers, College Park, MD (1989), p. 109. [Refereed invited paper]
  • 200. Phonon-Side-Bands of Ordered and Disordered Media: Naphthalene Crystals and Molecularly Doped Polymers Y-E. Koo and R. Kopelman, J. Phys. Chem. 93, 1677 (1989).
  • 201. Source Term and Excluded Volume Effects on the Diffusion Controlled A+ B  0 Reaction in One-Dimension: Rate Laws and Particle Distributions E. Clement, L. M. Sander and R. Kopelman, Phys. Rev. A 39, 6455-6465 (1989).
  • 202. Steady State Diffusion Controlled A + B  0 Reactions in Two and Three Dimensions: Rate Laws and Particle Distributions E. Clement, L. M. Sander and R. Kopelman, Phys. Rev. A 39, 6466-6471 (1989).
  • 203. Steady State Diffusion Controlled A + A  0 Reaction in Euclidean and Fractal Dimensions: Rate Laws and Particle Self-Ordering E. Clement, L. M. Sander and R. Kopelman, Phys. Rev. A 39, 6472-6477 (1989).
  • 204. Molecular Reaction Kinetics Inside Channel Pores: Delayed Fluorescence of Naphthalene in Methanol J. Prasad and R. Kopelman, Chem. Phys. Lett. 157, 535-538 (1989).
  • 205. Trapping on Fractals: A Model for Light Harvesting Coagulation Catalysis and Enzyme Reactions, L. W. Anacker and R. Kopelman, Science at the John von Neumann National Supercomputer Center, 1988, Consortium for Scientific Computing, Princeton, NJ (1989) p. 11. [Non-refereed paper]
  • 206. A New Technique to Differentiate Between Geminate and Nongeminate Recombination of Triplet Excitons J. Prasad and R. Kopelman, in Fractal Aspects of Materials, edited by J. H. Kaufman, J. E. Martin and P. W. Schmidt, Materials Research Society Extended Abstracts, Pittsburgh (1989), p. 127. [Contributed paper]
  • 207. Steady State Reactions on Fractals: Rate Laws and Self-Organization E. Clement, R. Kopelman and L. M. Sander, in Fractal Aspects of Materials, edited by J. H. Kaufman, J. E. Martin and P. W. Schmidt, Materials Research Society Extended Abstracts, Pittsburgh (1989), p. 131. [Invited review paper]
  • 208. Excitation Time Modulation Studies of Molecular Aggregates in Doped Polymers Z-Y. Shi, I. E. Newhouse and R. Kopelman, in Fractal Aspects of Materials, edited by J. H. Kaufman, J. E. Martin and P. W. Schmidt, Materials Research Society Extended Abstracts, Pittsburgh (1989), p. 135. [Contributed paper]
  • 209. Pulsed vs. Steady-State Exciton Recombination Kinetics: Experiments and Simulations on Pores Powders and Random Media, S. J. Parus, Z-Y. Shi and R. Kopelman, in Fractal Aspects of Materials, edited by J. H. Kaufman, J. E. Martin and P. W. Schmidt, Materials Research Society Extended Abstracts, Pittsburgh (1989), p. 139. [Contributed paper]
  • 210. Reactant Trapping and Steady State Self Ordering on Fractals L. W. Anacker, E. Clement and R. Kopelman, in Fractal Aspects of Materials, edited by J. H. Kaufman, J. E. Martin and P. W. Schmidt, Materials Research Society Extended Abstracts, Pittsburgh (1989), p. 143. [Contributed paper]
  • 211. Self-Ordering and Kinetics of Excitations in Low Dimensions and Disordered Media R. Kopelman and L. Li, in Fractal Aspects of Materials, edited by J. H. Kaufman, J. E. Martin and P. W. Schmidt, Materials Research Society Extended Abstracts, Pittsburgh (1989), p. 271. [Contributed paper]
  • 212. Molecular Exciton Microscopy R. Kopelman, A. Lewis and K. Lieberman, Biophys. J. 55, 450a (1989). [Contributed paper]
  • 213. Reaction Kinetics in Low and Fractal Dimensions: An Application to Polymer Morphology Zhong-You Shi, Ching-Shan Li and R. Kopelman, Proceedings Polymer Division of "Molecular Dynamics in Small Finite Systems" Conference, ACS (1989). [Invited review paper]
  • 214. Segregation Measures for Diffusion-Controlled A + B Reactions L. A. Harmon, L. Li, L. W. Anacker and R. Kopelman, Chem. Phys. Lett. 163, 463-468 (1989).
  • 215. Exciton Microscopy and Scanning Optical Nanoscopy R. Kopelman, in X-Ray Microimaging for the Life Sciences, edited by D. Attwood, B. Barton, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, CA (1989) pp. 166-173. [Contributed paper]
  • 216. A Nanometer Dimension Optical Device with Microimaging and Nanoillumination Capabilities R. Kopelman and A. Lewis, US Patent No. 07/380,099 (1989).
  • 217. Fractal-Like Exciton Fusion Kinetics in Dilute Polymer Blends R. Kopelman, C. S. Li and Z-Y. Shi, in Fractal Aspects of Materials, edited by J. H. Kaufman, J. E. Martin and P. W. Schmidt, Materials Research Society Extended Abstracts, Pittsburgh (1989), p. 275. [Contributed paper]
  • 218. Excimer and Exciton Fusion of Blends and Molecularly Doped Polymers--A New Morphological Tool Z-Y. Shi, C. S. Li, and R. Kopelman, in Polymer Based Molecular Composites, edited by J. E. Mark and D. W. Schaefer, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings, 171, 245-254 (1990). [Refereed invited review paper]
  • 219. Diffusion Limited A + B  Reaction: Spontaneous Segregation K. Lindenberg, B. J. West and R. Kopelman, in Noise and Chaos in Nonlinear Dynamical Systems, edited by F. Moss, L. Lugiato and W. Schleich, Cambridge University Press (1990), pp. 142-171. [Invited refereed review chapter]
  • 220. A Light Source Smaller than the Optical Wavelength K. Lieberman, S. Harush, A. Lewis and R. Kopelman, Science 247, 59-61 (1990).
  • 220a Light microscopy beyond the limits of diffraction and to the limits of single molecule resolution Aaron Lewis and Raoul Kopelman, SPIE Vol. 1205, Bioimaging and Two- Dimensional Spectroscopy, 60-62  (1990).
  • 221. Fractal-Like Triplet Excitation Kinetics and Chromophore Morphology in Blends of Poly(1-vinylnaphthalene) and Poly-(methylmethacrylate) C. S. Li and R. Kopelman, Macromolecules 23, 2223-2231 (1990).
  • 222. Photophysical Degradation of Poly(1-vinylnaphthalene) and Poly(methyl-methacrylate) Blends C. S. Li and R. Kopelman, J. Phys. Chem. 94, 2135-2140 (1990).
  • 223. Triplet Excitation Transport Kinetics in Vapor-Deposited Naphthalene L. A. Harmon and R. Kopelman, J. Phys. Chem. 94, 3454-3461 (1990).
  • 224. Statistical Properties of Nearest-Neighbor Distances at an Imperfect Trap H. Taitelbaum, R. Kopelman, G. H. Weiss and S. Havlin, Phys. Rev. A 41, 3116-3120 (1990).
  • 225. Diffusion Limited A + B  0 Reaction: Correlated Initial Condition K. Lindenberg, B. J. West and R. Kopelman, Phys. Rev. A 42, 890-894 (1990).
  • 226. Nearest-Neighbor Distance Distribution and Self-Ordering in Diffusion Controlled Reactions: I. A + A Simulations P. Argyrakis and R. Kopelman, Phys. Rev. A 41, 2114-2120 (1990).
  • 227. Nearest-Neighbor Distance Distribution and Self-Ordering in Diffusion Controlled Reactions: II. A + B Simulations P. Argyrakis and R. Kopelman, Phys. Rev. A 41, 2121-2126 (1990).
  • 228. Reactions in Fractal and Small Dimensions at the Steady State: Anomalous Chemical Kinetics and Reactant Self-Ordering L. W. Anacker and R. Kopelman, in Science at the John von Neumann National Supercomputer Center, 1989, Consortium for Scientific Computing, Princeton, NJ (1990), pp. 29. [Non-refereed paper]
  • 229. Bimolecular Reaction A + B  0 at Steady State on Fractals: Anomalous Rate Law and Reactant Self-Organization E. Clement, R. Kopelman and L. M. Sander, Chem. Phys. 146, 343-350 (1990).
  • 230. Energy Transfer and Relaxation in Low Dimensional Systems edited by J. Klafter and R. Kopelman, Special Issue, Chem. Phys. 146, 283-472 (1990). [Invited editor]
  • 230.a. SPECIAL ISSUE - ENERGY-TRANSFER AND RELAXATION IN LOW DIMENSIONAL SYSTEMS – PREFACE Special Issue, Chem. Phys. 146, 283-283 (1990).
  • 231. Dynamics in Small Confining Systems Extended Abstracts, edited by J. M. Drake, J. Klafter and R. Kopelman, Materials Research Society, Pittsburgh, PA (1990), pp. 1-248. [Coeditor of Proceedings]
  • 232. Segregation Properties of an A + B  0 Reaction with Initially Separated Components S. Havlin, R. Kopelman, H. Taitelbaum and G. H. Weiss, in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems, edited by J. M. Drake, J. Klafter and R. Kopelman, Materials Research Society, Pittsburgh, PA (1990), pp. 117-118. [Invited paper]
  • 233. Light Microscopy Beyond the Limits of Diffraction and to the Limits of Single Molecule Resolution A. Lewis, K. Lieberman, S. Haroush, V. Habib, R. Kopelman and M. Isaacson, in Optical Microscopy for Biology, edited by B. Herman and K. Jacobson, Wiley-Liss, Inc. (1990), pp. 615-639. [Invited refereed book chapter]
  • 234. Characterization of Self-Segregation Tendencies in Two-Component Reacting Systems on Fractals S. Havlin, R. Kopelman, R. Schoonover and G. H. Weiss, in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems, edited by J. M. Drake, J. Klafter and R. Kopelman, Materials Research Society, Pittsburgh, PA (1990), pp. 149-152. [Invited paper]
  • 235. New Technique to Differentiate Between Geminate and Nongeminate Recombination of Triplet Excitons J. Prasad and R. Kopelman, J. Lumin. 45, 258-259 (1990). [Refereed contributed conference paper]
  • 236. One Dimensional Exciton Fusion Kinetics in Dilute Polymer Blends R. Kopelman, C.S. Li and Z-Y. Shi, J. Lumin. 45, 40-42 (1990). [Refereed contributed conference paper]
  • 237. Kinetics and Self-Ordering of Excitations in Low Dimensions R. Kopelman, L. W. Anacker, E. Clement, L. Li and L. Sander, J. Lumin. 45, 323-326 (1990). [Refereed invited conference paper]
  • 238. Steady-State vs. Pulsed Excitation Recombination Kinetics: Simulations and Experiments on Pores Powders and Random Media, S. J. Parus and R. Kopelman, J. Lumin. 45, 43-44 (1990). [Refereed contributed conference paper]
  • 239. Nanometer Light Source and Molecular Exciton Microscopy R. Kopelman, A. Lewis and K. Lieberman, J. Lumin. 45, 298-299 (1990). [Refereed contributed conference paper]
  • 240. Excitation Time Modulation Studies of Molecularly Doped Polymers Z-Y. Shi and R. Kopelman, J. Lumin. 45, 275-276 (1990). [Refereed contributed conference paper]
  • 241. Trapping Reaction in Low Dimensions: Steady-State Self-Organization E. Clement, R. Kopelman and L. M. Sander, Europhys. Lett. 11, 707-712 (1990).
  • 242. Subwavelength Molecular Optics: The World's Smallest Light Source? R. Kopelman K. Lieberman and A. Lewis, J. Mol. Cryst. Liq. Cryst. 183, 333-340 (1990). [Refereed contributed conference paper]
  • 243. Reaction Front Dynamics in Diffusion-Controlled Particle-Antiparticle Annihilation: Experiments and Simulations Y-E. Koo, L. Li and R. Kopelman, J. Mol. Cryst. Liq. Cryst. 183, 187-192 (1990). [Refereed contributed conference paper]
  • 244. Trapping Kinetics and Excitation Self-Organization in One-Dimensional Topologies: Monte Carlo Simulations R. Schoonover and R. Kopelman, J. Mol. Cryst. Liq. Cryst. 183, 181-186 (1990). [Refereed contributed conference paper]
  • 245. Towards Nanophotonics: Temporal Patterns of Photons Create Spatial Patterns of Excitons in Molecular Dots and Wires Z-Y. Shi and R. Kopelman, J. Mol. Cryst. Liq. Cryst. 183, 143-153 (1990). [Invited refereed conference paper]
  • 246. Trapping Reaction Kinetics and Nearest-Neighbor Distributions on Low Dimensional and Fractal Lattices R. Schoonover and R. Kopelman, in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems, edited by J. M. Drake, J. Klafter and R. Kopelman, Materials Research Society, Pittsburgh, PA (1990), pp. 213-216. [Contributed paper]
  • 247. Steady-State Simulations of Chemical Kinetics in Low-Dimensional Media: Mobile and Immobile Reactants L. W. Anacker and R. Kopelman, in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems, edited by J. M. Drake, J. Klafter and R. Kopelman, Materials Research Society, Pittsburgh, PA (1990), pp. 97-100. [Contributed paper]
  • 248. Simulations of Diffusion Limited A + B  0 Reactions: Finite Size Effects and Scaling P. Argyrakis and R. Kopelman, in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems, edited by J. M. Drake, J. Klafter and R. Kopelman, Materials Research Society, Pittsburgh, PA (1990), pp. 195-198. [Contributed paper]
  • 249. Nanometer Crystal Light Sources W. Tan, R. Kopelman, K. Lieberman and A. Lewis, in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems, edited by J. M. Drake, J. Klafter and R. Kopelman, Materials Research Society, Pittsburgh, PA (1990), pp. 225-228. [Contributed paper]
  • 250. Hydrogen-Deuterium Exchange Kinetics on Supported Platinum Islands J. S. Holder and R. Kopelman, in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems, edited by J. M. Drake, J. Klafter and R. Kopelman, Materials Research Society, Pittsburgh, PA (1990), pp. 217-220. [Contributed paper]
  • 251. Exciton Kinetics Studies of Dispersed Aggregates: Triplet-Triplet Fusion in Naphthalene Doped PMMA Z-Y. Shi and R. Kopelman, in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems, edited by J. M. Drake, J. Klafter and R. Kopelman, Materials Research Society, Pittsburgh, PA (1990), pp. 221-224. [Contributed paper]
  • 252. Scaling Properties of Diffusion Limited Reactions W. S. Sheu, K. Lindenberg and R. Kopelman, Phys. Rev. A 42, 2279-2283 (1990).
  • 253. Diffusion-Limited A + B 0 Reactions With and Without Sources: Scaling Relations on Fractals K. Lindenberg, W-S. Sheu and R. Kopelman, in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems, edited by J. M. Drake, J. Klafter and R. Kopelman, Materials Research Society, Pittsburgh, PA (1990), pp. 113-116. [Invited paper]
  • 254. Chemical Segregation in a Capillary Y-E. Koo and R. Kopelman, in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems, edited by J. M. Drake, J. Klafter and R. Kopelman, Materials Research Society, Pittsburgh, PA (1990), pp. 199-202. [Contributed paper]
  • 255. Molecular Exciton Wires and Nanometer Optics R. Kopelman, Proceedings of Emil-Warburg Symposium in Dynamical Processes in Condensed Molecular Systems, edited by A. Blumen, J. Klafter and D. Haarer, World Scientific, Singapore (1990), pp. 173-187. [Invited refereed conference paper]
  • 256. Evanescent Luminescence and Molecular Exciton Microscopy R. Kopelman, W. Tan, A. Lewis and K. Lieberman, Workshop on Advanced Laser Technology For Chemical Measurements, U. S. Dept. of Energy, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tenn. (1990), pp. 70-73. [Invited extended abstract]
  • 257. Statistical Properties of the Distance Between a Trapping Center from a Uniform Density of Diffusing Particles in Two Dimensions S. Havlin, H. Larralde, R. Kopelman and G. H. Weiss, Physica A 169, 337-351 (1990).
  • 258. Space and Time-Resolved Diffusion-Limited Binary Reaction Kinetics in Capillaries: Experimental Observation of Segregation Anomalous Exponents, and Depletion Zone, Y-E. Lee Koo and R. Kopelman, J. Stat. Phys. 65, 893-918 (1991).
  • 259. Exciton Microscopy and Reaction Kinetics in Restricted Spaces R. Kopelman, in Physical and Chemical Mechanisms in Molecular Radiation Biology, edited by W. A. Glass and M. Varma, Plenum Press, New York, Basic Life Sciences 58, 475-502 (1991). [Invited refereed conference paper]
  • 260. Exciton Patterns in Molecular Dots and Wires and Application to Polymer Morphology R. Kopelman, Z-Y. Shi and C. S. Li, J. Lumin. 48/49, 143-146 (1991). [Contributed refereed conference paper]
  • 261. Evanescent Luminescence and Nanometer-Size Light Source R. Kopelman, K. Lieberman, A. Lewis and W. Tan, J. Lumin. 48/49, 871-875 (1991). [Invited refereed conference paper]
  • 262. Nearest Neighbor Distances in Diffusion-Controlled Reactions Modelled by a Single Mobile Trap R. Schoonover, D. Ben-Avraham, S. Havlin, R. Kopelman and G. H. Weiss, Physica A 171, 232-238 (1991).
  • 263. Scaling Properties of Diffusion Limited Reactions on Fractal and Euclidean Geometries K. Lindenberg, W-S. Sheu and R. Kopelman, J. Stat. Phys. 65, 1269-1283 (1991).
  • 264. Diffusive Motion in a Fractal Medium in the Presence of a Trap S. Havlin, R. Kopelman, R. Schoonover and G. Weiss, Phys. Rev. A 43, 5228-5232 (1991).
  • 265. Toward Nanometer-Scale Optical Devices Microscopy, and Spectroscopy, R. Kopelman, W. Tan, S. Smith, A. Lewis and K. Lieberman, Microbeam Analysis, edited by D. G. Howit, Microbeam Analysis Society, San Francisco, CA (1991), pp. 91-94. [Invited conference Paper]
  • 266. The Diffusion Limited Reaction A + B  0 on a Fractal Substrate E. Clement, R. Kopelman and L. M. Sander, J. Stat. Phys. 65, 919-924 (1991).
  • 267. Low Dimensional Reaction Kinetics and Self-Organization R. Kopelman, L. W. Anacker, E. Clement, L. Li and S. Sander, Proceedings of Conference on "Mathematics in Chemistry," Texas, Nov. 1989, in Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems 10, 127-132 (1991). [Invited refereed conference paper]
  • 268. Reaction Kinetics in Restricted Spaces R. Kopelman and Y-E. Koo, special issue edited by J. Klafter and J. M. Drake, Israel Journal of Chemistry, 31, 147-157 (1991). [Invited refereed paper]
  • 269. Scanning Exciton Microscopy and Single Molecule Resolution and Detection R. Kopelman, W. Tan, A. Lewis, and K. Lieberman, Proceedings of the International Society for Optical Engineering: Optical Methods for Ultrasensitive Detection and Analysis: Techniques and Applications, edited by B. L. Feary, (SPIE), 1435, 96-101 (1991). [Invited keynote address conference paper]
  • 270. Bimolecular Diffusion-Limited Reaction Kinetics at Steady-State E. Clement, L. Sander and R. Kopelman, NATO ASI Ser., Ser. B 258, 431-436 (1991).
  • 271. Visualizing Chemical Kinetics in Fractal Domains N. E. Hurlburt, L. W. Anacker and R. Kopelman, IEEE, Proceedings of Visualization 91, 364-367 (1991).
  • 272. Scaling Properties of Diffusion Limited Reactions on Fractals K. Lindenberg, W-S. Sheu and R. Kopelman, Phys. Rev. A 43, 7070-7072 (1991).
  • 273. Spectral Analysis of Surfaces at Subwavelength Resolution R. Kopelman, S. Smith, W. Tan, R. Zenobi, K. Lieberman and A. Lewis, SPIE-Int. Soc. Opt. Eng. 1637, 33-40 (1992). [Invited conference paper]
  • 274. Scanning Molecular Exciton Microscopy: A New Approach to Gene Sequencing R. Kopelman, J. Langmore, B. Orr, Z-Y. Shi, S. Smith, W. Tan and V. Makarov, Human Genome Program Workshop Reports, DOE/ER-0554P, 1991-92, 130-131 (1992). [Invited conference extended abstract]
  • 275. Diffusion Controlled Elementary Reactions in Low Dimensions R. Kopelman and Y-E. Koo, in Advances in Chemical Kinetics and Dynamics, edited by J. Barker, JAI Press, Inc., Connecticut , 1, 113-138 (1992). [Invited refereed review chapter]
  • 276. Exotic Behavior of the Reaction Front in the A + B  C Reaction-Diffusion System H. Taitelbaum, Y-E. L. Koo, S. Havlin, R. Kopelman and G. Weiss, Phys. Rev. A. 46, 2151-2154 (1992).
  • 277. Development of Submicron Chemical Fiber Optic Sensors W. Tan, Z-Y. Shi and R. Kopelman, Analyt. Chem. 64, 2985-2990 (1992).
  • 278. Non-Classical Kinetics and Reaction Probability for Bimolecular Reactions in Low Dimensional Media Z-Y. Shi and R. Kopelman, J. Phys. Chem. 96, 6858-6861 (1992).
  • 279. Micro-fluorescence and Micro-structure of Tetracene Aggregates in PMMA S-K. Koo, and R. Kopelman, J. Phys. Chem. 96, 10672-10676 (1992).
  • 280. Influence of External Steady Source Structure on Particle Distributions and Kinetics of Diffusion-Limited Reactions. I: A + A  0 Simulations L. Li and R. Kopelman, J. Phys. Chem. 96, 8079-8084 (1992).
  • 281. Submicrometer Intracellular Chemical Optical Fiber Sensors W. Tan, Z-Y. Shi, S. Smith, D. Birnbaum and R. Kopelman, Science 258, 778-781 (1992).
  • 282. Reaction Order vs. Probability for Bimolecular Steady State Reactions: A + A  A and A + A  0 in One Dimension Z-Y. Shi and R. Kopelman, Chemical Physics 167, 149-155 (1992).
  • 283. Diffusion Controlled Binary Reactions in Low Dimensions: Refined Simulations P. Argyrakis and R. Kopelman, Phys. Rev. A 45, 5814-5819 (1992).
  • 284. A Nanometer Dimension Optical Device with Microimaging and Nanoillumination Capabilities R. Kopelman and A. Lewis, U.S. Patent No. 5,148,307 (September 15, 1992).
  • 285. Nanometer Optical Fiber pH Sensor R. Kopelman, W. Tan and Z-Y. Shi, SPIE Proceedings, 1796, 157-162 (1992). [Invited conference paper]
  • 286. Subwavelength Optical Probes R. Kopelman, W. Tan and Z-Y. Shi, DOE Workshop on Advanced Laser Technology for Chemical Measurements, Santa Fe, 1992. [Invited conference paper]
  • 287. A Nanometer Dimension Optical Device with Microimaging and Nanoillumination Capabilities—Methods R. Kopelman and A. Lewis, U. S. Patent No. 5,264,698 (November 23, 1993).
  • 288. Non-Classical A + B  0 Batch Reactions: Effect of Mobility on Rate Order, Aggregation and Segregation, P. Argyrakis and R. Kopelman, Phys. Rev. E 47 (5), 3757-3760 (1993).
  • 289. Near-Field Fiberoptic Chemical Sensors and Biological Applications W. Tan, Z-Y. Shi, B. Thorsrud, C. Harris and R. Kopelman, SPIE (Int. Soc. Opt. Eng.) Proc. 2068, 59-68 (1993). [Refereed conference paper]
  • 290. Influence of External Steady Source Structure on Particle Distributions and Kinetics of Diffusion-Limited Reactions. II: A + B  0 Simulations L. Li and R. Kopelman, Chem. Physics 174, 367-375 (1993).
  • 291. Near Field Optical and Exciton Imaging Spectroscopy and Chemical Sensors, R. Kopelman, W. Tan, Z-Y. Shi and D. Birnbaum, in Near Field Optics, edited by D. W. Pohl and D. Courjon, Kluwer, Dordrecht (1993), pp. 17-24. [Invited refereed conference paper]
  • 292. Diffusion-Limited Binary Reactions: The Hierarchy of Non-Classical Regimes for Random Initial Conditions P. Argyrakis, R. Kopelman, and K. Lindenberg, Special Issue on Transport Properties in Disordered Systems, edited by G. Zumofen, J. Klafter and A. Blumen, Chem. Phys. 177(3), 693-707 (1993). [Invited refereed paper]
  • 293. Near-Field Optical Microscopy Spectroscopy and Chemical Sensors, R. Kopelman and W. Tan, in Spectroscopic and Microscopic Imaging of the Chemical State, edited by M. D. Morris, Marcel Dekker, Inc. (1993), pp. 227-254. [Invited review chapter]
  • 294. One-Dimensional A + B = 0 Reaction with One Immobile Species P. Argyrakis and R. Kopelman, in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems, edited by J. M. Drake, J. Klafter, R. Kopelman and D. D. Awshalom, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings 290, 261-266 (1993). [Refereed conference paper]
  • 295. Spatially Resolved Spectra of Micro-Crystals and Nano-Aggregates in Doped Polymers D. Birnbaum, S-K. Kook and R. Kopelman, in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems, edited by J. M. Drake, J. Klafter, R. Kopelman and D. D. Awshalom, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings 290, 227-232 (1993). [Refereed conference paper]
  • 296. Non-Classical Kinetics in Hydrogen-Deuterium Exchange Reaction on Metal Catalyst I. Choi and R. Kopelman, in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems, edited by J. M. Drake, J. Klafter, R. Kopelman and D. D. Awshalom, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings 290, 267-271 (1993). [Refereed conference paper]
  • 297. Dynamics in Small Confining Systems edited by J. M. Drake, J. Klafter, R. Kopelman and D. D. Awshalom, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings 290, 1-377 (1993). [Book]
  • 298. Experimental Study of A + B  C Reaction-Diffusion System in a Capillary Y-E. L. Koo, R. Kopelman, A. Yen and A. Lin, in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems, edited by J. M. Drake, J. Klafter, and D. D. Awshalom, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings 290, 273-278 (1993). [Refereed conference paper]
  • 299. Elementary Rate Laws of Diffusion-Limited Species in the A + T  T Reaction in Low Dimensions R. Schoonover and R. Kopelman, in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems, edited by J. M. Drake, J. Klafter, R. Kopelman and D. D. Awshalom, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings 290, 255-260 (1993). [Refereed conference paper]
  • 300. Local Reaction Probability Effects in Non-Classical Kinetics: Batch and Steady State Z-Y. Shi and R. Kopelman, in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems, edited by J. M. Drake, J. Klafter, R. Kopelman and D. D. Awshalom, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings 290, 279-286 (1993). [Refereed conference paper]
  • 301. Energy Transfer Nanometer Crystals and Optical Nano-Probes, W. Tan and R. Kopelman, in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems, edited by J. M. Drake, J. Klafter, R. Kopelman and D. D. Awshalom, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings 290, 287-292 (1993). [Refereed conference paper]
  • 302. Diffusion-Limited Binary Reactions: A Hierarchy of Non-Classical Regimes P. Argyrakis, R. Kopelman and K. Lindenberg, in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems, edited by J. M. Drake, J. Klafter, R. Kopelman and D. D. Awshalom, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings 290, 365-372 (1993). [Refereed conference paper]
  • 303. Near-Field Scanning Optical Spectroscopy: Spatially Resolved Spectra of Micro-Crystals and Nano-Aggregates in Doped Polymers D. Birnbaum, S. K. Kook and R. Kopelman, J. Phys. Chem. 97, 3091-3094 (1993).
  • 304. Tip/Sample Interactions Contrast and Near-Field Microscopy of Biological and Solid State Samples, S. Smith, E. Monson, G. Merritt, W. Tan, D. Birnbaum, Z-Y. Shi, B. A. Thorsrud, C. Harris, H. T. Grahn, K. Ploog, R. Merlin, B. Orr, J. Langmore and R. Kopelman, SPIE (Int. Soc. Opt. Eng.) Proc. 1855, 81-92 (1993). [Invited conference paper]
  • 305. Near-Field Optics: Imaging Single Molecules R. Kopelman and W. Tan, Science 262, 1382-1384 (1993). [Invited]
  • 306. Phenylacetylene Dendrimers with Extended -Conjugation Z. Xu, Z-Y. Shi, W. Tan, R. Kopelman and J. S. Moore, Polymer Preprints 34, 130-131 (1993). [ACS conference]
  • 307. Application of Cluster Distributions to Energy Transfer in Naphthalene Choleic Acid Crystals S. K. Kook, D. Hanson and R. Kopelman, J. Phys. Chem. 97, 12339-12342 (1993).
  • 308. Near-field Optical Microscopy Spectroscopy and Chemical Sensors, R. Kopelman and W. Tan, Applied Spectroscopy Reviews 29, 39-66 (1994). [Invited]
  • 309. Non-Classical Crossovers in Binary Reactions in One-Dimensional Systems P. Argyrakis, R. Kopelman and K. Lindenberg, J. Lumin. 58, 413-416 (1994). [Refereed conference paper]
  • 310. The Diffusion-Limited Reaction A + A  0 in the Steady State: Influence of Correlations in the Source E. ClŽment, R. Kopelman and L. Sander, Special Issue on Dissipative Dynamics I., edited by N. Agmon and R. D. Levine, Chem. Phys. 180, 337-341 (1994). [Invited refereed paper]
  • 311. Femtosecond Near-field Scanning Optical Microscope S. Smith, B. G. Orr, R. Kopelman and T. Norris, CLEO '94, 147-148 (1994).
  • 312. Raoul Kopelman Festschrift J. Phys. Chem. 98, 7219-7413 (1994).
  • 313. Diffusion-Limited Binary Reactions: The Hierarchy of Non-Classical Regimes for Correlated Initial Conditions K. Lindenberg, P. Argyrakis and R. Kopelman, Joshua Jortner Festschrift, J. Phys. Chem. 98, 3389-3397 (1994).
  • 314. Subwavelength Spectroscopy Exciton Supertips and Mesoscopic Light-Matter Interactions, R. Kopelman, W. Tan and D. Birnbaum, J. Lumin. 58, 380-387 (1994). [Invited refereed conference paper]
  • 315. Micro Optical Fiber Light Source and Sensor and Method of Fabrication Thereof R. Kopelman, W. Tan, and Z-Y. Shi, U.S. Patent No. 5,361,314 (November 1, 1994).
  • 316. Near Field Optics: Chemical Sensors Photon Supertips and Subwavelength Spectroscopy, W. Tan, D. Birnbaum, C. Harris, R. Merlin, B. Orr, Z-Y. Shi, S. Smith, B. Thorsrud and R. Kopelman, in Microchemistry: Spectroscopy and Chemistry in Small Domains, edited by H. Masuhara et al., Elsevier Science Publishers (1994), pp. 301-318. [Invited]
  • 317. Photonanofabrication and Optical Nanoprobes. W. Tan Z.-Y. Shi, S. Smith and R. Kopelman, Mol. Cryst. Liq. Cryst. 253, 243-257 (1994).
  • 318. 100 Femtosecond/100 Nanometer Near-Field Probe S. Smith, B. Orr, R. Kopelman and T. Norris, Ultramicroscopy 57, 173-175 (1995).
  • 319. Implementation of an NSOM System for Fluorescence Microscopy E. Monson, G. Merritt, S. Smith, J. Langmore and R. Kopelman, Ultramicroscopy 57, 257-262 (1995).
  • 320. Initially Separated Reaction-Diffusion Systems H. Taitelbaum, B. Vilensky, Y-E. Lee Koo, A. Yen, A. Lin and R. Kopelman, in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems II, edited by J. M. Drake, J. Klafter, R. Kopelman and S. M. Troian, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings, 366, 451-462 (1995).
  • 321. Development of a Submicrometer Optical Fiber Oxygen Sensor Z. Rosenzweig and R. Kopelman, Anal. Chem. 67, 2650-2654 (1995). Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings
  • 322. Equal Pulse Correlation in GaAs Thin Films with Near-Field Imaging S. Smith, B. G. Orr, R. Kopelman and T. Norris, Proceedings of QELS (Quantum Electronic and Laser Science), 85-86 (1995).
  • 323. Equal Pulse Correlation in GaAs Thin Films with Near-Field Microscopy S. Smith, B. G. Orr, R. Kopelman and T. Norris, Proceedings of Quantum Optoelectronics, 153-155 (1995).
  • 324. Reaction-Diffusion Model for A+A Reaction K. Lindenberg, P. Argyrakis and R. Kopelman, Mostafa El-Sayed Festschrift, J. Phys. Chem. 99, 7542-7556 (1995).
  • 325. Dynamics in Small Confining Domains J. M. Drake, J. Klafter and R. Kopelman, eds., Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings 366, 1-466 (1995). [Book]
  • 326. Miniaturized Fiber Optic Chemical Sensors with Fluorescent Dye Doped Polymers W. Tan, Z-Y. Shi and R. Kopelman, Sensors and Actuators: B 28(2), 157-163 (1995).
  • 327. Global Reaction Rates from Local Cluster Distributions P. Argyrakis, R. Kopelman and K. Lindenberg, in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems II, edited by J. M. Drake, J. Klafter, R. Kopelman and S. M. Troian, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings, 366, 395-402 (1995).
  • 328. Macrodynamics of Elementary Bimolecular Reactions: A Monte Carlo Bridge between Experiment and Theory Y-E. Koo, K. J. Shin and R. Kopelman, J. Phys. Chem. 99, 1228-1234 (1995).
  • 329. Reactant Correlation Effects Study of Hydrogen Isotope Exchange Reaction on Supported Metal Catalysts I. Choi and R. Kopelman, in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems II, edited by J. M. Drake, J. Klafter, R. Kopelman and S. M. Troian, Materials Research Society Proceedings, 366, 325-331 (1995).
  • 330. Reaction-Diffusion Model for the A + A  0 Reaction K. Lindenberg, R. Kopelman and P. Argyrakis, in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems II, edited by J. M. Drake, J. Klafter, R. Kopelman and S. M. Troian, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings, 366, 377-388 (1995).
  • 331. Study of an A + 2B  C Reaction Diffusion System with Initially Separated Components A. Yen and R. SKopelman, in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems II, edited by J. M. Drake, J. Klafter, R. Kopelman and S. M. Troian, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings, 366, 319-323 (1995).
  • 332. Monte Carlo Studies of a Coupled “Elementary” Reaction-Diffusion System in One Dimension A. Lin and R. Kopelman, in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems II, edited by J. M. Drake, J. Klafter, R. Kopelman and S. M. Troian, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings, 366, 313-318 (1995).
  • 333. Experimental Study of a Reaction-Diffusion System in a Capillary: Complex Behavior of a Seemingly Simple System A. Lin, A. Yen, Y. E. Koo and R. Kopelman, in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems II, edited by J. M. Drake, J. Klafter, R. Kopelman and S. M. Troian, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings 366, 389-394 (1995).
  • 334. A Theoretical Feasibility Study for Wave-Mixing Near Field Optics Experiments in Biology Chemistry and Materials Science, X. Zhao and R. Kopelman, SPIE (Int. Soc. Opt. Eng.) Proc. 2535, 100-113 (1995).
  • 335. The Wave-Mixing Near Field Optics Amplifier: A Theoretical Feasibility Study for Nonlinear NFO Experiments in Biology Chemistry and Materials Science, X. Zhao and R. Kopelman, Ultramicroscopy 61, 69-80 (1995).
  • 337. Dimensional Crossovers and Anomalous Scaling of Single and Reacting Random Walkers in Baguette Like Lattices: Monte Carlo Simulations of the Number of Distinct Sites Visited and of Bimolecular A+A and A+B Reactions A. Lin, R. Kopelman and P. Argyrakis, Phys. Rev. E 54, 5893-5896 (1996).
  • 338. Is Smaller Better? Scaling of Characteristics with Size of Fiber-Optic Chemical and Biochemical Sensors R. Kopelman and S. Dourado, SPIE (Int. Soc. Opt. Eng.) Proc. 2836, 2-11 (1996). [Invited paper]
  • 339. Anion-Selective Liquid-Polymer Optodes with Fluorescent pH Chromoionophores Tunable Dynamic Range and Diffusion Enhanced Lifetimes, M. Shortreed, S. Barker and R. Kopelman, Sensors and Actuators B 35-36, 217-221 (1996).
  • 340. The Hierarchies of Non-Classical Regimes for Diffusion-Limited Binary Reactions K. Lindenberg, P. Argyrakis and R. Kopelman, in Fluctuations and Order: The New Synthesis, Chap. 12, edited by M. Millonas, Springer (1996), pp. 171-203. [Book chapter]
  • 341. Anion Selective Optodes: Development of a Fluorescent Fiber Optic Sensor for the Determination of Nitrite Activity S. Barker, M. Shortreed and R. Kopelman, SPIE (Int. Soc. Opt. Eng.) Proc. 2836, 304-310 (1996).
  • 342. Lifetime Enhancement of Ultrasmall Fluorescent Liquid Polymeric Film Based Optodes by Diffusion-Induced Self-Recovery after Photobleaching M. Shortreed, E. Monson, R. Kopelman, Anal. Chem. 68, 4015-4019 (1996).
  • 343. Effects of Bias on the Kinetics of A + B C with Initially Separated Reactants H. Taitelbaum, A. Yen, R. Kopelman, S. Havlin and G. H. Weiss, Phys. Rev. E. 54, 5942-5947 (1996).
  • 344. Nanoscale Imaging and Sensing by Near-Field Optics W. Tan and R. Kopelman, in Fluorescence Imaging Spectroscopy and Microscopy, Chap. 13, edited by X. F. Wang and B. Herman, John Wiley & Sons, Chem. Analysis Series, Vol. 137 (1996), pp. 407-475. [Invited book chapter]
  • 345. Experimental Investigations of Molecular and Excitonic Elementary Reaction Kinetics in One-Dimensional Systems R. Kopelman and A. Lin, in Nonequilibrium Statistical Mechanics in One Dimension, edited by V. Privman, Cambridge University Press (1996), pp. 421-435. [Invited chapter]
  • 346. Miniature Sodium-Selective Ion-Exchange Optode with Fluorescent pH Chromoionophores and Tunable Dynamic Range M. R. Shortreed, E. Bakker, and R. Kopelman, Anal. Chem. 68, 2656-2662 (1996).
  • 347. Study of A + B  C and A + 2B  C Reaction-Diffusion System with Initially Separated Components A. Yen and R. Kopelman, in Disordered Materials and Interfaces—Fractals, Structure and Dynamics, edited by H. Z. Cummins, D. J. Durian, D. L. Johnson and H. E. Stanley, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings, 407, 119-124 (1996).
  • 348. Non-Classical Reaction Kinetics: Experiments R. Kopelman and A. Lin, in Disordered Materials and Interfaces—Fractals, Structure and Dynamics, edited by H. Z. Cummins, D. J. Durian, D. L. Johnson and H. E. Stanley, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings, 407, 107-117 (1996).
  • 349. Analytical Properties and Sensor Size Effects of a Micrometer Sized Optical Fiber Glucose Biosensor Z. Rosenzweig and R. Kopelman, Anal. Chem. 68, 1408-1413 (1996).
  • 350. Fluorescent Fiber-Optic Calcium Sensor for Physiological Measurements M. Shortreed, R. Kopelman, M. Kuhn and B. Hoyland, Anal. Chem. 68, 1414-1418 (1996).
  • 351. Three-Dimensional pH Microprobing with an Optically-Manipulated Fluorescent Particle K. Sasaki, Z-Y. Shi, R. Kopelman and H. Masuhara, Chem. Lett. 1996, 141-142 (1996).
  • 352. Anomalous Kinetics of the Trapping Reaction in One Dimension under Steady State Conditions A. Lin and R. Kopelman, in Disordered Materials and Interfaces—Fractals, Structure and Dynamics, edited by H. Z. Cummins, D. J. Durian, D. L. Johnson and H. E. Stanley, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings, 407, 137-142 (1996).
  • 353. Non-Classical Kinetics in Three Dimensions: Simulations of Elementary A + B and A + A Reactions A. Lin, R. Kopelman and P. Argyrakis, Phys. Rev. E 53, 1502-1509 (1996).
  • 354. Competing Reactions with Initially Separated Components H. Taitelbaum, B. Vilensky, A. Lin, A. Yen, Y. E. Lee Koo, and R. Kopelman, Phys. Rev. Lett. 77, 1640-1643 (1996)
  • 355. Mechanism of Organosilane Self-Assembled Monolayer Formation on Silica Studied by Second-Harmonic Generation X. Zhao and R. Kopelman, J. Phys. Chem. 100, 11014-11018 (1996).
  • 356. Supermolecular Excitation Antenna: Ordered Energy Funnel M. Shortreed, Z. Y. Shi and R. Kopelman, Mol. Cryst. Liq. Cryst. 283, 95-100 (1996).
  • 357. Experimental Study of a Crossover from Nonclassical to Classical Chemical Kinetics: An Elementary and Reversible A + B C Reaction-Diffusion Process in a Capillary A.Yen, Y-E. L. Koo and R. Kopelman, Phys. Rev. E 54, 2447-2450 (1996).
  • 358. Analytical Properties of Miniaturized Oxygen and Glucose Fiber Optic Sensors Z. Rosenzweig and R. Kopelman, Sensors and Actuators B 35-36, 475-483 (1996).
  • 359. Diffusion Controlled Elementary Reactions in Tubular Confinement: Extreme Non-Classicality Segregation and Anomalous Scaling Laws for Dimensional Crossovers, A. Lin, R. Kopelman and P. Argyrakis, J. Phys. Chem. 101, 802-808 (1997).
  • 360. Subwavelength Molecular Exciton Light Probes W. Tan and R. Kopelman, in Molecular Electronics (IUPAC Chemistry for the 21st Century, Vol. 9), edited by M. A. Ratner and J. Jortner, Blackwell Science, Ltd., Oxford, U.K. (1997) pp. 393-438. [Invited chapter]
  • 361. Spectroscopic Evidence for Excitonic Localization in Fractal Antenna Supermolecules R. Kopelman, M. Shortreed, Z-Y­. Shi, W. Tan, Z. Xu, J. Moore, A. Bar-Haim and J. Klafter, Phys. Rev. Lett. 78, 1239-1242 (1997).
  • 362. High Performance Fiber Optic pH Microsensors for Practical Physiological Measurements Using a Dual-Emission Sensitive Dye A. Song, S. Parus and R. Kopelman, Anal. Chem. 69, 863-867 (1997).
  • 363. Anomalous Etching Kinetics of Self-Assembled Monolayer on Silica-Water Interfaces: Experiment and Modeling X. Zhao, A. Yen and R. Kopelman, J. Phys. Chem. B 101, 10446-10449 (1997).
  • 364. Comment on "Crossover Time of Diffusion-Limited Reactions on Tubular Lattice " A. Lin, R. Kopelman and P. Argyrakis, Phys. Rev. E. 56, 6204-6205 (1997).
  • 365. Development of a Fluorescent Optical Potassium-Selective Ion Sensor with Ratiometric Response for Intracellular Applications M. Shortreed, S. Dourado and R. Kopelman, Sensors and Actuators B 38-39, 8-12 (1997).
  • 366. Beating the Wave Length Limit: Near Field Optics Opens New Nanoworlds W. Tan and R. Kopelman, Science Spectra 9, 40-46 (1997).
  • 367. Spatially Resolved Anomalous Kinetics of a Catalytic Glucose Oxidation Reaction in Capillary Spaces A. L. Lin, M. S. Feldman and R. Kopelman, J. Phys. Chem. B 101, 7881-7884 (1997).
  • 368. Directed Energy Transfer Funnels in Dendrimeric Antenna Supermolecules M. Shortreed, S. Swallen, Z-Y. Shi, W. Tan, Z. Xu, J. Moore and R. Kopelman, J. Phys. Chem. B 101, 6318-6322 (1997).
  • 369. Utilization of Lipophilic Ionic Additives in Liquid Polymer Film Optodes for Selective Anion Activity Measurements S. Barker, M. Shortreed and R. Kopelman, Anal. Chem. 69, 990-995 (1997).
  • 370. Nonclassical Dimension-Dependent Kinetics of a Photobleaching Reaction in a Focused Laser Beam "Phototrap" A. Lin, E. Monson and R. Kopelman, Phys. Rev. E 56, 1561-1566 (1997).
  • 371. Micro Optical Fiber Light Source and Sensor and Method of Fabrication Thereof R. Kopelman, W. Tan, and Z-Y. Shi, U.S. Patent No. 5,627,922 (May 6, 1997).
  • 372 . Experimental Study of a Ternary A + 2B  C Reaction-Diffusion System with a Propagating Reaction Front: Scaling Exponents A. Yen and R. Kopelman, Phys. Rev. E 56 3694-3696 (1997).
  • 373. Non-Classical Kinetics and Reactant Segregation in d-Dimensional Tubular Spaces R. Kopelman, A. Lin and P. Argyrakis, Phys. Lett. A 232(#1,2), 34-40 (1997).
  • 374. Spatio-Temporal Patterns and Non-Classical Kinetics of Competing Elementary Reactions: Chromium Complex Formation with Xylenol Orange in a Capillary A. Yen, A. Lin, Y-E. Lee Koo, B. Vilensky, H. Taitelbaum and R. Kopelman, J. Phys. Chem. A101, 2819-2827 (1997).
  • 375. Experimental Investigations of the Kinetics of a Catalytic Trapping Reaction in Confined Spaces M. Feldman, A. Lin and R. Kopelman, in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems III, edited by J. M. Drake, J. Klafter and R. Kopelman, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings 464, 225-230 (1997).
  • 376. Random Walks Trapping, and Reactions in Quasi-One Dimensional Lattices, P. Argyrakis, A. Lin and R. Kopelman, in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems III, edited by J. M. Drake, J. Klafter and R. Kopelman, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings 464, 243-250 (1997).
  • 377. Monte Carlo Study of A + A + A  0 and A + 2B  0 Reactions A. Yen and R. Kopelman, in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems III, edited by J. M. Drake, J. Klafter and R. Kopelman, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings 464, 281-286 (1997).
  • 378. The Anomalous Diffusion-Limited Reaction Kinetics of a Phototrapping Reaction E. Monson, A. Lin and R. Kopelman, in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems III, edited by J. M. Drake, J. Klafter and R. Kopelman, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings 464, 257-262 (1997).
  • 379. Reaction Dynamics and Chemical Pattern Formation in Capillary Tubes Resulting from the Competition Between Two Elementary Complex Formation Reactions A. L. Lin, A. Yen, Y-E. Lee Koo, B. Vilensky, H. Taitelbaum and R. Kopelman, in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems III, edited by J. M. Drake, J. Klafter and R. Kopelman, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings 464, 251-256 (1997).
  • 380. Dynamics in Small Confining Systems III edited by J. M. Drake, J. Klafter and R. Kopelman, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings 464, 1-388 (1997).
  • 381. Dendrimers as Controlled Artificial Energy Antennae A. Bar-Haim, J. Klafter and R. Kopelman, JACS Communication 119, 6197-6198 (1997).
  • 382. Subcellular Optochemical Nanobiosensors: Probes Encapsulated by Biologically Localized Embedding (PEBBLEs) H. Clark, S. Barker, M. Brasuel, M. Miller, E. Monson, S. Parus. Z.-Y. Shi, A. Song, B. Thorsrud, R. Kopelman, A. Ade, W. Meixner, B. Athey, M. Hoyer, D. Hill, R. Lightle and M. Philbert, Sensors and Actuators B 51, 12-16 (1998).
  • 383. Dendrimeric Antenna Supermolecules with Multistep Directed Energy Transfer S. Swallen, M. Shortreed, Z-Y. Shi, W. Tan, Z. Xu, C. Devadoss, J. Moore and R. Kopelman, in Science and Technology of Polymers and Advanced Materials, edited by P. N. Prasad, J. E. Mark, S. H. Kandil and Z. Kafafi, Plenum Publishing Corporation, New York (1998), pp. 521-533.
  • 384. Development and Cellular Applications of Fiber Optic Nitric Oxide Sensors Based on a Gold-Adsorbed Fluorophore S. L. R. Barker and R. Kopelman, Anal. Chem. 70, 4902-4906 (1998).
  • 385. Micron Sized Glucose Sensors for In-Vitro Monitoring of Glucose in Interstitial Fluid W. McDonald and R. Kopelman, IEEE-LEOS Newsletter, pp. 32-34 (April 1998).
  • 386. A Compact Near-Field Scanning Optical Microscope G. Merritt, E. Monson, E. Betzig and R. Kopelman, Ultramicroscopy 71, 183-189 (1998).
  • 387. Real Time pH Measurements in the Intact Rat Conceptus Using Ultramicrofiber-Optic Sensors W. Tan, B. A. Thorsrud, C. Harris and R. Kopelman, Chapter 22 in ACS Symposium Series 690/Polymers in Science: Theory and Practice–Chemistry and Technology of Chemical Biosensors, edited by N. Akmal and X. Usmani, pp. 266-272 (1998).
  • 388. Ultrafast Measurements in GaAs Thin Films Using NSOM S. Smith, N. C. R. Holme, B. G. Orr, R. Kopelman and T. Norris, Ultramicroscopy 71, 213-223 (1998).
  • 389. Early-Time Scaling for the Reaction Front of a Ternary A + 2B  C, Reaction-Diffusion System, A. Yen, Z-Y. Shi and R. Kopelman, Phys. Rev. E 57, 2438-2440 (1998).
  • 390. A Compact Fluorescence and Polarization Near-Field Scanning Optical Microscope G. Merritt, E. Monson, E. Betzig and R. Kopelman, Rev. Sci. Instruments 69, 2685-2690 (1998).
  • 391. Molecular Nano-Lenses: Directed Energy Migration and Back-Transfer in Dendrimeric Antenna Supermolecules S. Swallen, M. Shortreed, Z. Y. Shi, W. Tan, Z. Xu, C. Devadoss, J. Moore and R. Kopelman, Mol. Cryst. Liq Cryst. 314, 37-46 (1998).
  • 392. Fiber-Optic Nitric Oxide-Selective Biosensors and Nanosensors S. L. R. Barker, R. Kopelman, T. Meyer and M. A. Cusanovich, Anal. Chem. 70, 971-976 (1998).
  • 393. Nitrite and Chloride Selective Fluorescent Nano-Optodes and In Vitro Application to Rat Conceptuses S. L. R. Barker, B. Thorsrud and R. Kopelman, Anal. Chem. 70, 100-104 (1998).
  • 394. Exciton Localization Hierarchy and Directed Energy Transfer in Conjugated Linear Aromatic Chains and Dendrimeric Supermolecules S. F. Swallen, Z-Y. Shi, W. Tan, Z. Xu, J. S. Moore and R. Kopelman, J. Lumin. 76/77, 193-196 (1998).
  • 395. Multianalyte Submicron Sensors for Intracellular Sensing I. F. Saxena, S. V. Rao, R. A. Lieberman, M. T. Miller and R. Kopelman, Proceedings SPIE (Int. Soc. Opt. Eng.) 3540, 206-209 (1999).
  • 396. Optochemical Nanosensors for Intracellular Chemical Measurement R. Kopelman, M. T. Miller, M. Brasuel, H. A. Clark, M. Hoyer and M. Philbert, Proceedings SPIE (Int. Soc. Opt. Eng.) 3540, 198-205 (1999).
  • 397. Development of Fluorescent Fiber-Optic Single Polymer Membrane Sensors for Simultaneous Ratiometric Detection of Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide in Biological Systems S. Dourado and R. Kopelman, Proceedings SPIE (Int. Soc. Opt. Eng.) 3540, 224-234 (1999).
  • 398. Development of Oxygen and pH Optical Sensors Using Phase Modulation Technique. Z. Chen-Esterlit J. Aylott and R. Kopelman, Proceedings SPIE (Int. Soc. Opt. Eng.) 3540, 19-27 (1999).
  • 399. Nanoscopic Optical Sensors and Probes W. Tan and R. Kopelman, chapter in Handbook of Nanostructured Materials and Nanotechnology, edited by H. S. Nalwa, Academic Press, San Diego, Vol. 4, Chapter 10 (1999) pp. 622-667.
  • 400. Optical Nanosensors for Chemical Analysis Inside Single Living Cells Part 1: Fabrication Characterization and Methods for Intracellular Delivery, H. A. Clark, M. Hoyer, M. A. Philbert and R. Kopelman, Anal. Chem. 71, 4831-4836 (1999).
  • 401. Optical Nanosensors for Chemical Analysis Inside Single Living Cells Part 2: Sensors for pH and Calcium and the Intracellular Application of PEBBLE Sensors H. A. Clark, R. Kopelman, R. Tjalkens and M. A. Philbert, Anal. Chem. 71, 4837-4843 (1999).
  • 402. Optochemical Nanosensors and Subcellular Applications in Living Cells H. A. Clark, M. Hoyer, S. Parus, M. Philbert and R. Kopelman, Mikrochimica Acta 131, 121-128 (1999).
  • 403. Optochemical Nanosensors for Non-Invasive Cellular Analysis S. L. R. Barker, H. A. Clark and R. Kopelman, ACS Symposium Series/Polymers in Science: Theory and Practice – Chemistry and Technology of Chemical Biosensors, edited by N. Akmal and X. Usmani, 1999, p. 272.
  • 404. Ultrasmall Optical Sensors for Cellular Measurements W. Tan, R. Kopelman, S. L. R. Barker and M. T. Miller, Analyt. Chem. 71, 606A-612A (1999).
  • 405. Cellular Applications of a Sensitive and Selective Fiber-Optic Nitric Oxide Biosensor Based on a Dye-Labeled Heme Domain of Soluble Guanylate Cyclase S. L. R. Barker, Y. Zhao, M. Marletta and R. Kopelman, Anal. Chem. 71, 2071-2075 (1999).
  • 406. Hierarchies of Non-Classical Reaction Kinetics due to Anisotropic Confinements J. Ahn, R. Kopelman and P. Argyrakis, J. Chem. Phys. 110, 2116-2121 (1999).
  • 407. Dendrimeric Photoantenna Supermolecules: Energetic Funnels Exciton Hopping, and Correlated Excimer Formation, S. F. Swallen, R. Kopelman, J. Moore and C. Devadoss, in L. S. Bartell Festschrift, Molecules and Aggregates: Structure and Dynamics, R. Kuczkowski and L. Laane, eds., J. Mol. Structure 485/486, 585-597 (1999).
  • 408. Dynamics in Small Confining Systems IV edited by J. M. Drake G. S. Grest, J. Klafter and R. Kopelman, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings 543, 1-372 (1999).
  • 409. Monte Carlo Simulation of Surface Adsorption-Diffusion-Reaction Kinetics X. Zhao, A. Yen and R. Kopelman, J. Phys. Chem. B 103, 1930-1933 (1999).
  • 410. Experimental Chemical Kinetics of an A + B  0 System Showing Non-Classical Effects of Initial Reactant Distribution E. Monson and R. Kopelman in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems IV, edited by J. M. Drake, G. S. Grest, J. Klafter and R. Kopelman, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings 543, 255-262 (1999).
  • 411. Intracellular Sensing and Optical Imaging Beyond the Diffraction Limit W. Tan, J. H. Lou and R. Kopelman, in Applications of Optical Engineering to the Study of Pathology, edited by E. Kohen and J. G. Hirshberg, Research Signpost, India, Vol. 2, 47-65 (1999). [Invited book chapter]
  • 412. Ratiometric and Fluorescence Lifetime Based Biosensors Incorporating Cytochrome c and the Detection of Extra- and Intracellular Macrophage Nitric Oxide S. L. R. Barker, H. A. Clark, S. F. Swallen, R. Kopelman, A. W. Tsang and J. A. Swanson, Anal. Chem. 71, 1767-1772 (1999).
  • 413. Excited State Dynamics in Organic Dendrimer Supermolecules S. F. Swallen, R. Kopelman and J. S. Moore, chapter in Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Excitonic Processes in Condensed Matter, PV 98-25, edited by R. T. Williams and W. M. Yen, The Electrochemical Society, Pennington, N.J. (1999), pp. 85-95.
  • 414. Optical Sensors for the Detection of Nitric Oxide R. Kopelman, H. Clark, and S. Barker, U.S. Patent #6,002,817; issued Dec. 14, 1999.
  • 415. Scalings of A + B Reaction Kinetics due to Anisotropic Confinements P. Argyrakis, J. Ahn, A. Lin and R. Kopelman in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems IV, edited by J. M. Drake, G. S. Grest, J. Klafter and R. Kopelman, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings 543, 339-344 (1999).
  • 416. Energy Transfer in Organic Dendrimer Antenna Funnel and Anti-Funnel Supermolecules S. Swallen, R. Kopelman and J. S. Moore in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems IV, edited by J. M. Drake, G. S. Grest, J. Klafter and R. Kopelman, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings 543, 311-318 (1999).
  • 417. Monte Carlo Study of Etching at Silica-Water Interface A. Yen, X. Zhao and R. Kopelman in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems IV, edited by J. M. Drake, G. S. Grest, J. Klafter and R. Kopelman, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings 543, 263-268 (1999).
  • 418. Crossover Time Behavior in A + B  C and A + 2B  C Reaction-Diffusion Front Systems in a Capillary S. H. Park, A. Yen, Z-Y. Shi and R. Kopelman in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems IV, edited by J. M. Drake, G. S. Grest, J. Klafter and R. Kopelman, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings 543, 237-242 (1999).
  • 419. Competing Elementary Reactions in a Capillary-Two Reaction Fronts Moving in Oppostite Directions S. H. Park, H. Taitelbaum and R. Kopelman in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems IV, edited by J. M. Drake, G. S. Grest, J. Klafter and R. Kopelman, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings 543, 249-254 (1999).
  • 420. A Comparative Study of Optical Fluorescent Nanosensors (“PEBBLEs”) and Fiber Optic Microsensors for Oxygen Sensing Z. Chen-Esterlit, S. F. Peteu, H. A. Clark, W. McDonald and R. Kopelman, SPIE (Int. Soc. Opt. Eng.) 3602, 156-163 (1999).
  • 420a. Biocompatible Probes Measure Intracellular Activity J.A. Harrell and R. Kopelman, Biophotonics International 7, 22-24 (March 2000).
  • 421. Correlated Excimer Formation and Molecular Rotational Dynamics in Phenylacetylene Dendrimers S. F. Swallen, X. Xu, J. S. Moore, and R. Kopelman, J. Phys. Chem. B, 104, 3988-3995 (2000).
  • 422. Observation of Laser Speckle Effects and Non-Classical Kinetics in an Elementary Chemical Reaction E. Monson and R. Kopelman, Phys. Rev. Lett. 85(3), 666-669 (2000).
  • 423. Optical Fiberless Sensors for Analyzing Cellular Analytes in Cells H. Clark, M. Philbert, E. Monson, S. Parus, B. Thorsrud and R. Kopelman, U.S. Patent #6,143,558 (November 7, 2000).
  • 424. Random Walks and Reactions on Large Dendrimer Structures P. Argyrakis and R. Kopelman, Chem. Phys. 261, 391-398 (2000).
  • 425. Novel Optical Biosensors using a Gold Colloid Monolayer Substrate H. A. Clark, G. Merritt and R. Kopelman, SPIE (Int. Soc. Opt. Eng.) Proc. 3922, 138-146 (2000).
  • 426. Subwavelength Optical Microscopy and Spectroscopy Using Near-field Optics P. Zhang, R. Kopelman and W. Tan, Critical Rev. in Solid State and Mat. Sci. 25(2), 87-162 (2000).
  • 427. Nanosecond Transients in Electroluminescence from Multilayer 4 4«-bis(2,2«-diphenyl vinyl)-1,1«-biphenyl (DPVBi)-Based Blue Organic Light-Emitting Devices. V. Savvateev, J. H. Friedl, L. Zou, J. Shinar, K. Christensen, W. Oldham, L. J. Rothberg, Z. Chen-Esterlit, and R. Kopelman, Appl. Phys. Lett. 76(12), 1501-1506 (2000).
  • 428. Reaction Front Structure in the Diffusion-Limited A+B Model with Initially Randomized Reactants R. Kopelman and P. Argyrakis, Phys. Rev. E 64, 17102-1 – 17102-4 (2001).
  • 429. Optical Fiber Having Dye-Labeled Cytochrome C’ Immobilized on a Fiber Tip R. Kopelman, H. Clark and S. Barker, U.S. Patent #6,272,262 (August 7, 2001).
  • 430. Fluorescent Nanosensors for Intracellular Chemical Analysis: Decyl Methacrylate Liquid Polymer Matrix and Ion-Exchange-Based Potassium PEBBLE Sensors with Real-Time Application to Viable Rat C6 Glioma Cells M. Brasuel, R. Kopelman, T.J. Miller, R. Tjalkens, and M.A. Philbert, Anal. Chem. 73(10), 2221-2228 (2001).
  • 431. Spectrophotometric Observations of Gel-Free Reaction Front Kinetics in Confined Geometry S.H. Park, S. Parus, R. Kopelman and H. Taitelbaum in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems V, edited by J.M. Drake, J. Klafter, P.E. Levitz and M. Urbach, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings, 651, T7.11.1 – T7.11.6 (2001).
  • 432. Studies of Temperature-Dependent Excimer-Monomer Conversion in Dendrimeric Antenna Supermolecules by Fluorescence Spectroscopy Y. Cao, J.S. Moore and R. Kopelman in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems V, edited by J.M. Drake, J. Klafter, P.E. Levitz and M. Urbach, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings, 651, T7.27.1 – T7.27.6 (2001).
  • 433. Observation of Laser Speckle Effects in an Elementary Chemical Reaction E. Monson and R. Kopelman in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems V, edited by J.M. Drake, J. Klafter, P.E. Levitz and M. Urbach, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings, 651, T6.2.1 – T6.2.12 (2001).
  • 434. Gel-free Experiments of Reaction-diffusion Front Kinetics S.H. Park, S. Parus, R. Kopelman and H. Taitelbaum, Phy. Rev. E, Rapid Communication 64, 055102-1 – 055102-4 (2001).
  • 435. A Real-Time Ratiometric Method for the Determination of Molecular Oxygen Inside Living Cells Using Sol—Gel-Based Spherical Optical Nanosensors with Applications to Rat C6 Glioma H. Xu, J.W. Aylott, R. Kopelman, T. Miller and M. Philbert, Analyt. Chem. 73(17), 4124-4133 (2001).
  • 436. Laser Tweezing Near Resonance Absorption R.R. Agayan, C.F. Schmidt, F. Gittes and R. Kopelman, SPIE (International Society of Photonic Engineering) Proc., 4431, 341-351 (2001).
  • 437. Optical Sensors and Multisensor Arrays Containing Thin Film Electroluminescent Devices J. Aylott, Z. Chen-Esterlit, J.H. Friedl, R. Kopelman, V.N. Savvateev and J. Shinar, U.S. Patent #6,331,438 (December 18, 2001).
  • 438. Fluorescent Nano-PEBBLE Sensors Designed for Intracellular Glucose Imaging H. Xu, J.W. Aylott and R. Kopelman, Analyst 127, 1471-1477 (2002).
  • 439. Ion Concentrations in Live Cells from Highly Selective Ion Correlations Fluorescent Nano-Sensors for Sodium M. Brasuel, R. Kopelman, I. Kasman, T.J. Miller and M.A. Philbert, Proceedings of IEEE 1, 288-292 (2002).
  • 440. Spatially and Temporally Resolved Studies of Convection-Less Photobleaching Kinetics: Line Trap S.H. Park, H. Peng, S. Parus, H. Taitelbaum and R. Kopelman, M.El-Sayed, G.R. Fleming and S. Colson, Eds., G. Wilse Robinson Festschrift, J. Phys. Chem. 106, 7586-7592 (2002).
  • 441. Optical Trapping Near Resonance Absorption R.R. Agayan, F. Gittes, R. Kopelman and C.F. Schmidt, Appl. Opt. 41, 2318-2327 (2002).
  • 442. Cooking with Nanoparticles: A Simple Method of Forming Roll Pancake, and Breaded Polystyrene Microparticles, J.N. Anker, T.D. Horvath and R. Kopelman, European Cells and Materials 3 (Suppl. 2), 95-97 (2002).
  • 443. Optochemical Nanosensors for Noninvasive Cellular Analysis S.L.R. Barker, H.A. Clark and R. Kopelman in Biomedical Diagnostics Science and Technology, W.T. Law, N. Akmall and A.M. Usmani, Eds., Chapter 7, 139-164, Marcel Dekker, Inc. (New York), 2002. [Invited Book Chapter]
  • 444. PEBBLE Nanosensors for Real Time Intracellular Chemical Imaging M. Brasuel, R. Kopelman, M.A. Philbert, J.W. Aylott, H. Clark, I. Kasman, M. King, E. Monson, J. Sumner, H. Xu, M. Hoover, T.J. Miller and R. Tjalkens, F. Ligler and C. Rowe-Tait, Eds., in Optical Biosensors: Present and Future, Elsevier (Amsterdam), 497-536 (2002). [Invited book chapter]
  • 445. Integrated Organic Light Emitting Devices/Fluorescence-Based Chemical Sensors V. Savvate’ev, Z. Chen-Esterlit, J.W. Aylott, B. Choudhury, C.H. Kim, L. Zou, J.H. Friedl, R. Shinar, J. Shinar and R. Kopelman, Appl. Phys. Lett. 81, 4652-54 (2002).
  • 446. A Fluorescent PEBBLE Nanosensor for Intracellular Free Zinc J.P. Sumner, J.W. Aylott, E. Monson and R. Kopelman, Analyst 127, 11-16 (2002).
  • 447. Preparation and Characterization of Poly (ethylene glycol)-Coated Stöber Silica Nanoparticles for Biomedical Applications R. Kopelman, H. Xu, F. Yan, E. Monson, W. Tang, R. Schneider and M. Philbert, SPIE (International Society of Photonic Engineering) Proc. 4626, 383-393 (2002).
  • 448. Optical Fiberless Sensors R. Kopelman, H. Clark, E. Monson, S. Parus, M. Philbert and B. Thorsrud, U.S. Patent #6,379,955, April 30, 2002.
  • 449. Use of Steady-State Fluorescence Anisotropy with PEBBLE Nanosensors for Chemical Analysis T. Horvath, E. Monson, J. Sumner, H. Xu and R. Kopelman, SPIE (International Society of Photonic Engineering) Proc., 4626, 482-492 (2002).
  • 450. Development of a Hydroxyl Radical Nanoprobe M. King and R. Kopelman, SPIE (International Society of Photonic Engineering) Proc., 4625, 70-73 (2002).
  • 451. Magnetically Modulated Physical and Chemical Sensors for Background Rejection J. Anker, C. Behrend, R. Kopelman, B. McNaughton, U. S. Patent (submitted December 17, 2001).
  • 452. Targeted Fiberless Radiative Effectors R. Kopelman, J. Aylott, H. Clark, E. Monson and M. Philbert, U.S. Patent (resubmitted November 2001), Serial No.: 09/336,314.
  • 453. Production Characteristics and Applications of Fluorescent PEBBLE Nano-Sensors: Potassium, Oxygen, Calcium and pH Imaging Inside Live Cells, M. Brasuel, R. Kopelman, J.W. Aylott, H. Clark, H. Xu, M. Hoyer, T.J. Miller, R. Tjalkens and M. A. Philbert, Review, S. Barker, Ed., in Sensors and Materials, (M.Y.U. KK, Tokyo, Japan), Vol. 14, pp. 309-338 (2002). [Invited Review]
  • 454. Wireless Deep Tissue Light Sources: Scalable Organic Light Emitting Devices M. Philbert, Z. Chen, J. Kanicki and R. Kopelman, U.S. Patent (Submitted July 29, 2002).
  • 455. PEBBLE Nanosensors for in vitro Bioanalysis E. Monson, M. Brasuel, M. Philbert and R. Kopelman, T. Vo-Dinh, Ed., in Biomedical Photonics Handbook, Ch. 59, 1-14, CRC Press (2003).
  • 456. Production of Singlet Oxygen by Ru(dpp(SO3)2)3 Incorporated in Polyacrylamide PEBBLEs M.J. Moreno, E. Monson, R.G. Reddy, A. Rehemtulla, B.D. Ross, M. Philbert, R.J. Schneider and R. Kopelman, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 90, 82-89 (2003).
  • 457. Development of a Hydroxyl Radical Ratiometric Nanoprobe M. King and R. Kopelman, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 90, 76-81 (2003).
  • 458. Optical Sensors for the Detection of Nitric Oxide R. Kopelman, H. Clark and S. Barker, U.S. Patent #6,636,652, October 21, 2003.
  • 459. Magnetically Modulated Optical Nanoprobes J.N. Anker and R. Kopelman, Applied Physics Letters 82, 1102-1104 (2003).
  • 460. Nonuniversal Growth of the Depletion Zone in the Photobleaching Trapping Reaction S.H. Park, H. Peng, R. Kopelman, P. Argyrakis and H. Taitelbaum, Phys. Rev. E. Rapid Communication, 67, 060103(R)-1-060103(R)-4 (2003).
  • 461. Aspherical Magnetically Modulated Optical Nanoprobes (MagMOONs) J.N. Anker, C. Behrend and R. Kopelman, J. App. Phys. 93, 6698-6700 (2003).
  • 462. Room-Temperature Preparation and Characterization of Poly (ethylene glycol)-Coated Silica Nanoparticles for Biomedical Applications H. Xu, F. Yan, E.E. Monson and R. Kopelman, J. Biomed. Mat. Res. 66A(4), 870-879 (2003).
  • 463. Ratiometric Optical PEBBLE Nanosensors for Real-Time Magnesium Ions Concentrations Inside Viable Cells E.J. Park, M. Brasuel, C. Behrend, M.A. Philbert and R. Kopelman, Anal. Chem. 75, 3784-3791 (2003).
  • 464. Liquid Polymer Nano-PEBBLES for Cl- Analysis and Biological Applications M.G. Brasuel, T.J. Miller, R. Kopelman and M.A. Philbert, Analyst 128, 1262-1267 (2003).
  • 465. The Embedding of meta-Tetra (hydroxyphenyl) Chlorin into Silica Nanoparticle Platforms for Photodynamic Therapy and Their Singlet Oxygen Production and pH Dependent Optical Properties F. Yan and R. Kopelman, Photochemistry and Photobiology 78, 587-591 (2003).
  • 466. Dynamics of the Depletion Zone at a Finite-Sized Imperfect Trap in 2D: Photobleaching Experiments and Simulations H. Peng, S.H. Park, P. Argyrakis, H. Taitelbaum and R. Kopelman, Phys. Rev. E 68, 061102-1-061102-10 (2003).
  • 467. Aspherical Magnetically Modulated Optical Nanoprobes (MagMOONs) J. Anker and R. Kopelman, Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science, http://gps.aip.org/journals/doc VIRT01 (2003).
  • 468. A Novel Polyacrylamide Magnetic Nanoparticle Contrast Agent for Molecular Imaging Using MRI B.A. Moffat, G.R. Reddy, P. McConville, D.E. Hall, T.L. Chenevert, R. Kopelman, M. Philbert, R. Weissleder, A. Rehemtulla and B.D. Ross, Mol. Imaging 2, 324-332 (2003). PMID: 14717331
  • 469. Optical Manipulation of Metal-Silica Hybrid Nanoparticles R.R. Agayan, T. Horvath, B.H. McNaughton, J.N. Anker and R. Kopelman, Proc. SPIE (International Society of Photonic Engineering) Proc. 5514, 502-513 (2004).
  • 470. Poly (Decyl methacrylate)-based Fluorescent PEBBLE Swarm Nanosensors for Measuring Dissolved Oxygen in Biosamples Y. Cao, Y.-E. Koo and R. Kopelman, Analyst, 129, 745-750 (2004).
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  • 472. Characterization and Applications of Modulated Optical Nanoprobes (MOONs) J.N. Anker, C.J. Behrend, B.H. McNaughton, T.G. Roberts, M.A. Philbert and R. Kopelman, in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems VII, edited by J.T. Fourkas, P. Levitz, M. Urbakh and K.J. Wahl, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings 790, P4.1.1-P4.1.12 (2004). [Invited paper]
  • 473. Nanoscale Probes Encapsulated By Biologically Localized Embedding (PEBBLEs) for Ion Sensing and Imaging in Live Cells S.M. Buck, H. Xu, M. Brasuel, M.A. Philbert and R. Kopelman, Special Issue, Editors: E. Bakker and E. Pretsch, Talanta 63, 41-59, (2004).
  • 474. Real-time Measurements of Dissolved Oxygen Inside Live Cells by Ormosil (Organically Modified Silicate) Fluorescent PEBBLE Nanosensors Y.-E. Koo, Y, Cao, R. Kopelman, S.M. Koo, M. Brasuel and M.A. Philbert, Analyt. Chem. 76, 2498-2505 (2004).
  • 475. Non-Classical Kinetics of an Elementary A + B → C Reaction-Diffusion System Showing Effects of a Speckled Initial Reactant Distribution and Eventual Self-Segregation: Part 1 – Experiments E. Monson and R. Kopelman, Phys. Rev. E 69, 021103-1-021103-12 (2004).
  • 476. Synthesis and Characterization of Silica-embedded Iron Oxide Nanoparticles for Magnetic Resonance Imaging F. Yan, H. Xu, J. Anker, R. Kopelman, B. Ross, A. Rehemtulla and R. Reddy, J. Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 4, 72-76 (2004).
  • 477. Metal Capped Brownian Modulated Optical Nanoprobes (MOONs): From Aqueous to Biological Microenvironments C.J. Behrend, J.N. Anker, B. H. McNaughton, M. Brasuel, M.A. Philbert, and R. Kopelman, Gerald Small Festschrift, Editors: R.M. Hochstrasser, S. Mukamel and J. Norris, J. Phys. Chem 108, 10408-10414 (2004).
  • 478. Brownian Modulated Optical Nanoprobes C.J. Behrend, J.N. Anker and R. Kopelman, Appl. Phys. Lett. 84, 154-156 (2004).
  • 479. Photo-Excitation Based Nano-Explorers: Chemical Analysis Inside Live Cells and Photodynamic Therapy H. Xu, S.M. Buck, R. Kopelman, M.A. Philbert, M. Brasuel, B. Ross and A. Rehemtulla, Jortner Festschrift, Israel J. of Chem. 44, 317-337 (2004).
  • 480. Photonic and Magnetic Nanoexplorers for Biomedical Use: From Subcellular Imaging to Cancer Diagnostics and Therapy B. Ross, A. Rehemtulla, Y.-E. L. Koo, R. Reddy, G. Kim, C. Behrend, S. Buck, R.J. Schneider II, M.A. Philbert, R. Weissleder and R. Kopelman, Proc. SPIE (International Society for Optics and Photonics) 5331, 76-83 (2004).
  • 481. Dimensional Crossover in the Growth of Depletion Zone in a Rectangular Capillary: Experiments and Monte Carlo Simulations S.H. Park, H. Peng, P. Argyrakis, H. Taitelbaum and R. Kopelman, in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems VII, edited by J.T. Fourkas, P. Levitz, M. Urbakh and K.J. Wahl, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings 790, P7.23.1-P7.23.6 (2004). [Contributed paper]
  • 482. Anomalous Kinetics of Depletion Zone Growth with One-Dimensional Geometry: Photobleaching Experiments and Simulations H. Peng, S.H. Park, H. Taitelbaum and R. Kopelman, in Dynamics in Small Confining Systems VII, edited by J.T. Fourkas, P. Levitz, M. Urbakh and K.J. Wahl, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings 790, P7.15.1-P7.15-6 (2004). [Contributed paper]
  • 483. Fabrication of Uniform Half-Shell Magnetic Nanoparticles and Microspheres with Applications as Magnetically Modulated Optical Nanoprobes B.H. McNaughton, V. Stoica, J.N. Anker, R. Clarke and R. Kopelman, arXiv:cond-mat/0506418 (2005).
  • 484. Fluorescent PEBBLE Nanosensors and Nanoexplorers for Real-Time Intracellular and Biomedical Applications H. Xu, S.M Buck, R. Kopelman, M.A. Philbert, M. Brasuel, E. Monson, C. Behrend, B. Ross, A. Rehemtulla and Y.-E. L. Koo in Topics in Fluorescence Spectroscopy, Vol. 10, C.D. Geddes and J. R. Lakowicz, Eds., Kluwer, Academic/Plenum Press, 69-126 (2005) [Invited Book Chapter].
  • 485. Magnetic Microdrill as a Modulated Fluorescent pH Sensor B.H. McNaughton, J.N. Anker and R. Kopelman, J. of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 293, 696-701 (2005).
  • 486. Ratiometric Fiber Optic Sensors for the Detection of Inter- and Intra-Cellular Dissolved Oxygen E.J. Park, R.R. Reid, W. Tang, R.T. Kennedy and R. Kopelman, Journal of Materials Chemistry 15, 2913-2919 (2005).
  • 487. BLANK
  • 488. Multifunctional Nanoparticle Platforms for In Vivo MRI Enhancement and Photodynamic Therapy of a Rat Brain Cancer R. Kopelman, M. Philbert, Y.-E.L. Koo, B.A. Moffat, G.R. Reddy, P. McConville, D.E.Hall, T.L. Chenevert, M.S. Bhojani, S.M. Buck, A. Rehemtulla and B.D. Ross, J. of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 293, 404-410 (2005). PMCID: PMC2739684
  • 489. Photodynamic Characterization and in vitro Application of Methylene Blue Containing Nanoparticle Platforms W. Tang, R. Kopelman, H. Xu and M. Philbert, Photochemistry and Photobiology 81, 242-249 (2005).
  • 490. Depletion Kinetics in the Photobleaching Trapping Reaction Inside a Flat Microchannel S.H. Park, H. Peng, R. Kopelman, P. Argyrakis and H. Taitelbaum, Phys. Rev. E 71, 031107-1- 031107-10 (2005).
  • 491. Alexa Fluor 488 as an Iron Sensitive Indicator and Its Application in PEBBLE Nanosensors J. Sumner and R. Kopelman, Analyst 130, 528-533 (2005).
  • 492. Magnetically Modulated Optical Nanospheres (MagMOONS) for Detection and Quantification of Biologically Important Ions Against the Natural Background Fluorescence of Intracellular Environments T.G. Roberts, J.N. Anker and R. Kopelman, J. of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 293, 715-724 (2005).
  • 493. Magnetically Modulated Optical Nanospheres (MagMOONs) and Systems J.N. Anker, C.J. Behrend, B. McNaughton, T.G. Roberts and R. Kopelman, J. of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 293, 655-662 (2005).
  • 494. Microrheology with Modulated Optical Nanospheres (MOONs) C.J. Behrend, J.N.Anker, B.H. McNaughton and R. Kopelman, J. of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 293, 663-670 (2005).
  • 495. Cu+ and Cu2+ Sensitive PEBBLE Fluorescent Nanosensors Using Ds Red as the Recognition Element J. P. Sumner, N. Westerberg, A.K. Stoddard, C.A. Fierke and R. Kopelman , Sensors and Actuators B 113, 760-767 (2005).
  • 496. Fluorescent PEBBLE nanosensors applied to intracellular glucose measurements H. Xu, Y.E.L. Koo, J. Aylott, T.J. Miller, R. Kopelman and M.A. Philbert, Lab Plus International 19 (4), 5-9 (2005). [Invited Review]
  • 497. Sudden Breakdown in Linear Response of Rotationally Driven Magnetic Microparticle and Application to Physical and Chemical Microsensing
  • 497. Sudden Breakdown in Linear Response of Rotationally Driven Magnetic Microparticle and Application to Physical and Chemical Microsensing B.H. McNaughton, K. Kehbein, J.N. Anker and R. Kopelman, J. Phys. Chem. 110, for Festschrift in honor of Robert Silbey, 18958-18964 (2006). [Invited Paper]
  • 498. Ds Red as a Highly Sensitive Selective, and Reversible Fluorescence-Based Biosensor for Both Cu+/Cu2, J.P. Sumner, N.M. Westerberg, A.K. Stoddard, T.K. Hurst, M. Cramer, R.B. Thompson, C.A. Fierke and R. Kopelman, Biosensors and Bioelectronics 15, 1202-1208 (2006).
  • 499. Magnetically Assisted and Accelerated non planar Self-Assembly of Strawberry-like Nano/microparticles H. Huang, J.N. Anker, K. Wang, R. Kopelman, J. Physical Chem. B. for Special Issue in honor of Charles Harris, 110, 19929-19934 (2006). [Invited Paper]
  • 500. Nanoparticles for Two-photon Photodynamic Therapy in Living Cells D. Gao, R.R. Agayan, H. Xu, M.A. Philbert, and R. Kopelman, Nano Letters 6(11), 2383-2386 (2006). PMCID: PMC2577608
  • 501. Effect of a Slit-Shaped Trap on Depletion Kinetics Within a Microchannel S.H. Park, H. Peng, R. Kopelman, P. Argyrakis and H. Taitelbaum, Phys. Rev. E 73, 041104-1 -041104-6 (2006).
  • 502. Brain Cancer Diagnosis and Therapy with Nano-platforms Y.E.L. Koo, G.R. Reddy, M. Bhojani, R. Schneider, B.D. Ross, A. Rehemtulla, M.A. Philbert, and R. Kopelman, Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews, 58 1556–1577 (2006). [Invited review] PMID: 17107738
  • 503. Visualization of Vacuolar Acidification-induced Transcription of Genes of Pathogens Inside Macrophages N. Martin-Orozco, N. Touret, M.L. Zaharik, E. park, R. Kopelman, S. Miller, B.B. Finlay, P. Gros, S. Grinstein., Mol. Biol. Cell 17, 498-510 (2006).
  • 504. Dynamical localization-delocalization transition of the reaction-diffusion front at a semi-permeable cellulose membrane S.H. Park, H. Peng, R. Kopelman, H. Taitelbaum, Physical Review E. 75 (2), 026107-1-026107-7 (2006). [Invited Paper]
  • 505. Universal Wireless Nano-Voltmeter, K.M. Tyner, M.A. Philbert and R. Kopelman, U.S. Patent #761,055, U of M Ref. No. 3293, Provisional Serial No. 60/881,485, Ref. No. 2115-003293, January 20, 2006.
  • 506. Physiochemical microparticle sensors based on nonlinear magnetic oscillations B.H. McNaug hton, R.R. Agayan, J.X. Wang, and R. Kopelman, Special 25th Anniversary Issue of Sensors & Actutators B. 121, 330-340 (2006).
  • 507. Generation and Delivery of Singlet Oxygen by Photodynamic Polyacrylamide Nanoparticles Induces Cell Death in Rat C6 Glioma Cells R.J. Schneider, M.J. Moreno, R. Reddy, T.E. Komorowski, A. Rehemtulla, B.D. Ross, R. Kopelman and M.A. Philbert, Free Radical Biology and Medicine (submitted, 2006).1001. Real Time pH Measurements in the Intact Rat Conceptus Using Ultramicrofiber-Optic Sensors, W. Tan, B. A. Thorsrud, C. Harris and R. Kopelman. [Same title as #387.]
  • 508. Non-Classical Elementary Reaction Kinetics R. Kopelman and K. Lindenberg, Chem. Rev. (in preparation).
  • 509. Non-Classical Kinetics in Hydrogen Isotope Exchange Reaction on Supported Platinum Catalyst: Monte-Carlo Simulations I. Choi and R. Kopelman, J. Phys. Chem. (in revision).
  • 510. Evaluation by Second Harmonic Generation of the Attachment between Organosilane Self-Assembled Monolayers and Silica or Oxidized Silicon Substrates X. Zhao, M. Shortreed and R. Kopelman, J. Am. Chem. Soc. (submitted as a letter, 2/97)
  • 511. Diffusion Limited Reaction A + B  0 in Low Dimension: Steady State Self-Organization E. Clement, R. Kopelman and L. Sander. Phys. Rev. Lett. (submitted).
  • 512. Spatially Resolved Ultrafast Carrier Dynamics in GaAs Thin Films Using NSOM S. Smith, N. C. R. Holme, B. G. Orr, R. Kopelman and T. B. Norris, Appl. Phys. Lett. (submitted).
  • 513. Random Walk Simulations on the Sierpinski Gasket with Energetic Disorder L. W. Anacker and R. Kopelman, Phys. Rev. B (submitted).
  • 514. Steady-State Reaction Kinetics on Euclidean and Fractal Structures L. W. Anacker and R. Kopelman (to be published).
  • 515. Triplet Energy Transport in Naphthalene-Doped Poly(Methylmethacrylate) E. I. Newhouse and R. Kopelman.
  • 516. Energy Transfer and Transport R. Kopelman and J. Klafter, Ann. Rev. Phys. Chem. (in preparation). [Invited review].
  • 517. The Diffusion-Limited Reaction A+A0 in the Steady State: Influence of Correlation in the Source R. Kopelman et al., Phys. Rev. Lett., submitted.
  • 518. Biased Directional Diffusion: Chemical Reactions in 1-Dimensional Systems and the Number of Sites Visited P. Argyrakis and R. Kopelman, submitted to Chem. Phys., Feb. 2000.
  • 519. Optical Nanosensors for Chemical Analysis Inside Living Cells H. Clark, M. Hoyer, B. Athey, M. Philbert and R. Kopelman, Nature Biotechnology (submitted).
  • 520. Antenna Supermolecules with Fractal Structures and Localized Excitations: Ordered Energy Funnels for Directed Exciton Flow M.R. Shortreed, Z.-Y. Shi, W. Tan, Z. Xu, J.S. Moore and R. Kopelman, Nature (submitted August 1995).
  • 521. A Study of the Organosilane/Silica Self-Assembled Monolayer Formation through pH Dependent Second Harmonic Generation: Gas Phase Reaction X. Zhao, M. Shortreed and R. Kopelman, J. Phys. Chem. (submitted 8/98).
  • 522. Cell Encapsulated Optochemical Nanosensors H. Clark, M. Hoyer, B. Athey, M. Philbert and R. Kopelman, Nature (submitted 7/98).
  • 523. Optical Nano-Biosensors and Cell Encapsulated Chemical Analysis Arrays H. Clark, R. Kopelman, B. Athey, M. Hoyer and M. Philbert, Science (submitted 4/98).
  • 524. SERS Investigation of the Interactions of Nitric Oxide with a Gold-Adsorbed Fluorophore M.K. Weldon, S.L.R. Barker, R. Kopelman and M.D. Morris, Anal. Chem. (submitted, 2003).
  • 508. Fabrication of Uniform Magnetic Nanoparticles B.H. McNaughton, V.A. Stoica, J.N. Anker, and R. Kopelman, Dynamics in Small Confining Systems VIII, edited by J.T. Fourkas, P. Levitz, R. Overney and M. Urbach, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings 899E, 0988-N04-03 (2006). [Invited Paper]
  • 509. Optical nanoprobes for biosensing and therapy M.A. Philbert, H. Xu, and R. Kopelman, Lasers & Electro-Optics Society, IEEE, 380-381 October, 2006.
  • 510. Vascular Targeted Nanoparticles for Imaging and Treatment of Brain Tumors G.R. Reddy, M.S. Bhojani, P. McConville, J. Moody, B.A. Moffat, D.E. Hall, G. Kim, Y.E. Koo, M.J. Woolliscroft, J.V. Sugai, T.D. Johnson, M.A. Philbert, R. Kopelman, A. Rehemtulla, and B.D. Ross, Clinical Cancer Research 12(22), 6677-6686, PMID: 17121886 (2006).
  • 511. Multifunctional nanoparticles for targeted imaging and therapy M.S. Bhojani, G.R. Reddy, Y.E.L. Koo, M. Philbert, R. Kopelman, A. Rehemtulla and B.D. Ross, Cancer Nanotechnology edited by H.S. Nalwa and T. Webster, American Scientific Publishers, (2006). [Invited Chapter]
  • 511a. Blank
  • 512. Single bacterial cell detection with nonlinear rotational frequency shifts of driven magnetic microspheres B.H. McNaughton, R.R. Agayan, R.Clarke, R.G. Smith and R. Kopelman, Applied Physics Letters 91, 224105-1-224105-3 (2007).
  • 513. Remotely Driven Micro/Nanoparticle Slipping B.H. McNaughton, R. Kopelman, OTT File #3428, (2007) Invention Disclosure.
  • 514. Nano-sized voltmeter enables cellular-wide electric field mapping K.M. Tyner, R. Kopelman, and M.A. Philbert, Biophys J 93, 1-12, (2007).
  • 515. Photonic explorers based on multifunctional nano-platforms for biosensing and photodynamic therapy Y-E.L. Koo and R. Kopelman, Applied Optics 46(10), 1924-1930, (2007).[Invited Review]
  • 516. Blank
  • 516a. Single bacterial cell detection with nonlinear rotational frequency shifts of driven magnetic microspheres B.H. McNaughton, R.R. Agayan, R. Clarke, R.G. Smith and R. Kopelman, Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research, (December 1, 2007).
  • 517. Ultrafine Hydrogel Particles: Synthetic Approach and Therapeutic Application in Living Cells D. Gao, H. Xu, M.A. Philbert and R. Kopelman, Angewandte Chemie 46, 2224 (2007). [Featured Article]
  • 518. Magnetically controlled sensor swarms J. Anker, Y-E. Koo, and R. Kopelman, Special 25th Anniversary Issue of Sensors & Actutators B. 121, 83-92 (2007). [Invited Paper]
  • 519. Indocyanine Green embedded PEBBLEs as a Contrast Agent for Photoacoustic Imaging G. Kim, S.W. Huang, M. O’Donnell, R. Agayan, K. Day, M. Day, R. Kopelman and S. Ashkenazi, J. Biomedical Optics 12, 044020-1-044020-8, (2007).
  • 520. Photodynamic nanoplatforms offer alternative to standard cancer treatments R. Kopelman and R.R. Agayan, SPIE Newsroom, 10.1117/2.1200702.0630 (2007).
  • 521. Plasmon Particle for Microorganism Detection and Microorganism Dynamics R. Smith and R. Kopelman. Patent Disclosure, UMOTT 3662, (March 2007).
  • 522. Remotely Driven Micro/Nanoparticle Slipping With Application to Bacteria R. Smith, R. Kopelman, MOTT File #3428, (2007) Invention Disclosure.
  • 523. Photoacoustic Indicators S. Ashkenazi, R. Kopelman, R. Witte, T. Horvath, and G. Kim. Patent Application, UMOTT #3693, Ref # 2115-003693/PS2, (March 2007).
  • 524. Nanoparticle-Enabled Brain Tumor Surgery and Therapy D. Orringer and R. Kopelman, Patent Disclosure, UMOTT # 3710, (March 2007).
  • 525. Dynamical localization-delocalization transition of the reaction-diffusion front at a semi-permeable cellulose membrane S.H. Park, H. Peng, R. Kopelman, H. Taitelbaum, Phys. Rev. E: Stat Nonlinear, Soft Matter Physics, Vol. 75, 026107/1-026107/7 (2007).
  • 525a. Dynamical localization-delocalization transition of the reaction-diffusion front at a semi-permeable cellulose membrane S.H. Park, H. Peng, R. Kopelman, H. Taitelbaum, Virtual Journal of Biological Physics Research, (2007). [Invited Paper]
  • 526. Photonic Explorers Based on Targeted Multifunctional Nanoplatforms: In Vitro and In Vivo Biomedical Applications Y.-E.L. Koo, R. Agayan, M.A. Philbert, A. Rehemtulla, B.D. Ross and R. Kopelman, New Approaches in Biomedical Spectroscopy, Kneipp, K., Aroca, R., Kneipp, H. and Wentrup-Byrne, E., eds. (ACS Symposium Series 963) American Chemical Society, Washington, DC, pp. 200-218, 2007. 
  • 527. Bio-eliminable Nano-hydrogels for Drug Delivery D. Gao, H. Xu, M.A. Philbert
  • and R. Kopelman Nano Lett., 2008, 8 (10), pp 3320–3324 (2008)
  • 528. Encapsulation of Methylene Blue in Polyacrylamide Nanoparticle Platforms Protects its
  • Photodynamic Effectiveness W. Tang, H. Xu, E.J. Park, M.A. Philbert, and R. Kopelman, Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications 369 (2), 579-583, (2008)
  • 529. Enhanced Photoacoustic Neuroimaging with Gold Nanorods and PEBBLEs R.S. Witte,
  • K. Kim A. Ashish, W. Fan, R. Kopelman, N. Kotov, D. Kipke and M. O’Donnell, SPIE Procedings 6856, 685614-1-9, (2008)
  • 530. Oxygen sensing for in-vivo imaging by Photoacoustic lifetime probing S. Ashkenazi, R. Kopelman, Y.E.L. Koo, T. Horvath and S.Wang, SPIE Proceedings 6856, 68560D-1-5, (2008)
  • 531. System and Method for the Detection of Biological Agent and Growth Monitoring B.H. McNaughton and R. Kopelman, Patent Disclosure, UMOTT # 3970, (2008)
  • 532. Ratiometric Photoacoustic Sensing of pH using a “Sonophore ” T. Horvath, S. Ashkenazi, R. Kopelman, The Analyst, 133, 747 - 749, DOI: 10.1039/b800116b (2008)
  • 533. Slipping friction of an optically and magnetically manipulated microsphere rolling at a glass-water interface R. Agayan, R. Smith, and R. Kopelman, Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science & Technology 104, 054915 (2008)
  • 534. Photoacoustic probing of fluorophores excited state lifetime with application to oxygen sensing S. Ashkenazi, S.-W. Huang, T. Horvath, YE.L. Koo and R. Kopelman, J. Biomed. Opt., Vol. 13, 034023, (2008)
  • 535. Targeted Gold Nanoparticles enable Molecular CT Imaging of Cancer R. Popovtzer, A. Agrawal, N. Kotov, A. Popovtzer, J. Balter, T.E. Carey and R. Kopelman, Nano Lett., 8 (12), pp 4593–4596 (2008)
  • 536. Slipping friction of an optically and magnetically manipulated microsphere rolling at a glass-water interface R. Agayan, R. Smith, and R. Kopelman, J. Appl. Phys. 104, 054915 (2008)
  • 537. Photoacoustic Indicators S. Ashkenazi, R. Witte, T. Horvath, G. Kim and R. Kopelman, Patent Disclosure, U of M Ref. No. 3693; HDP Ref. No. 2115-003693, (2009)
  • 538. Asynchronous Rotation as a Rapid and Sensitive Technique for Quantifying Cell Growth Dynamics D.W. Youngstrom, B. McNaughton, P. Kinnunen, R. Kopelman, Biophysical Society, p. 633a, (2009).
  • 539. Small Solutions for Big Problems: The Application of Nanoparticles to Brain Tumor Diagnosis and Therapy D.A. Orringer, Y.E.-L. Koo, R. Kopelman and O. Sagher. Clin Pharmacol Ther. 85(5), 531-534. (2009).
  • 540. Compact sensor for measuring nonlinear rotational dynamics of driven magnetic microspheres with biomedical applications B. McNaughton, P. Kinnunen, R. Smith S.N. Pei, R. Torres-Isea, R. Kopelman, and R. Clarke, Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 321(10), 1648-1652, (2009).
  • 541. Optical Nanoparticle Sensors For Quantitative Intracellular Imaging Y.E. Koo and R. Kopelman, in Wiley Interdiscipl. Rev. Nanomed. Nanobiotechnol. [WIREs Nanomed Nanobiotecnol.], 1: 98-110 (2009)
  • 542. In vitro characterization of a targeted dye-loaded nanodevice for intraoperative tumor delineation, D. Orringer, Y.E.L. Koo, T. Chen, G. Kim, H.J. Hah, H. Xu, S. Wang, R. Keep, M. Philbert, R. Kopelman and O. Sagher, Neurosurgery, Vol. 64:5, pp. 1-7, (2009)
  • 543. Fabrication Characterization, and Spectral Properties of Indigo Blue Nanocrystals, A. Johnson-Buck, G. Kim, S. Wang, H.J. Hah, and R. Kopelman, Mol. Cryst. Liq. Cryst., Vol. 501, pp. 138–144 (2009)
  • 544. Eradication of Bacteria in Suspension and Biofilms Using Methylene Blue-Loaded Dynamic Nanoplatforms J. Wu, H. Xu, W. Tang, R. Kopelman, M.A. Philbert, and C. Xi, Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, 53, 3042-3048 (2009) PMCID: PMC2704698
  • 545. Nanoparticle PEBBLE Sensors in Live Cells and In Vivo Y.E.L. Koo, R. Smith, and R. Kopelman, Annual Review of Analytical Chemistry Volume 2, edited by E. Yeung and R. Zare, pp. 57-76, (2009). [Invited Review] PMCID: PMC2809032 PMID:20098636
  • 546. F3 Targeted Cisplatin/Hydrogel Nanoparticles as an Effective Therapeutic which Targets both Murine and Human Ovarian Tumor Endothelial Cells In Vivo I. Winer, S. Wang, Y.E.L. Koo, W. Fan, Y. Gong, D. Burgos-Ojeda, G. Spahlinger, R. Kopelman, R.J. Buckanovich, Cancer Research,70:8674-8683 (2010)
  • 547. Nanoparticles for Cancer Diagnosis and Therapy Polymer-Based Nanostructures, Medical Applications, Y.E.L. Koo, D. Orringer and R. Kopelman, Royal Society of Chemistry book series, 333-353, (2010) [Invited Book Chapter]
  • 548. High Frequency Asynchronous Magnetic Bead Rotation for Improved Biosensors. P. Kinnunen I. Sinn, B. McNaughton, R. Kopelman. Applied Physics Letters, 97, 223701 (2010)
  • 549. Diffused Optical Tomography Using Oxygen-Sensitive Luminescent Contrast Agent R. Gurjar, M. Seetamraju, Y.E. Koo, R. Kopelman, and A. Kumar, 2009 IEEE International Symposium on Biomedical Imaging: From Nano to Macro, Boston, MA, (2010)
  • 550. Magnetic Confinement of Brownian Rotation to a Single Axis and Application to Janus and Cluster Microparticles B. McNaughton, M. Shlomi, P. Kinnunen, C. Cionca, S.N. Pei, R. Clarke, P. Argyrakis, R. Kopelman, Appl. Phys. Lett., 97, 144103 (2010).
  • 551. Near Infrared Luminescent Oxygen Nanosensors with Nanoparticle Matrix Tailored Sensitivity Y.E.K. Lee, E. Ulbrich, G. Kim, H. Hah, C. Strollo, W. Fan, R. Gurjar, S.M. Koo, R. Kopelman, Analytical Chem. 82, 8446-8455 (2010)
  • 552. Nanoencapsulation Method for High Selectivity Sensing of Hydrogen Peroxide inside Live Cells G. Kim, Y.E.L. Koo, H. Xu, M.A. Philbert, and R. Kopelman, Analytical Chemistry, 82, 2165–2169, (2010). PMCID: PMC2838456
  • 553. “The Brain Tumor Window Model: A Combined Cranial Window and Implanted Glioma Model for Evaluating Intraoperative Contrast Agents” D.A. Orringer T. Chen, D.L. Huang, W.M Armstead, B.A. Hoff, Y.E.L. Koo, R.F. Keep, M.A. Philbert, R. Kopelman, O. Sagher, Neurosurgery, 66 (4), 736-743 (2010) NIHMS212839, PMCID: PMC3970731
  • 554. Reaction Kinetics: Catalysis without a Catalyst R. Kopelman, Nature Chemistry, Invited View Article, [Invited] 2, 430-431 (2010).
  • 555. Nanoparticle-based cell-targeted fluorescent oxygen sensor Y.E.K. Lee, E. Ulbrich, G. Kim, H. Hah, C. Strollo, W. Fan, R. Gurjar, S. Koo, R. Kopelman, (2010) Patent Number 25
  • 556. Multifunctional Nanoparticles for Targeted Imaging and Therapy of Cancer in Bao Y., Dattelbaum A.M., Tracy J.B., and Yin Y. (ed.) "Multifunctional Nanoparticle Systems - Coupled Behavior and Applications", Mat. Res. Soc. Sym. Proc., 1257, 1257-O07-02. (2010)
  • 557. NIR luminescent oxygen nanosensors with nanoparticle matrix tailored sensitivity Y.-E. Koo, E. Ulbrich; G. Kim, H. Hah, C. Strollo, W. Fan, R. Gurjar, S.-M. Koo and R. Kopelman, Anal Chem., 82(20): 8446–8455 (2010). PMCID: PMC3039703
  • 558. Methylene blue covalently loaded polyacrylamide nanoparticles for enhanced tumor-targeted photodynamic therapy M. Qin, H. J. Hah, G. Kim, G. Nie, Y. E. Koo Lee and R. Kopelman, Photochem. Photobiol. Sci., (2011) 10, 832-841 DOI: 10.1039/C1PP05022B PMCID: PMC3584693
  • 559. Monitoring the growth of individual bacteria using asynchronous magnetic bead rotation sensors P. Kinnunen, I. Sinn, B.H. McNaughton, D. Newton, M.A. Burns, R. Kopelman, Journal of Biosensor and Bioelectronics, 26(5), 2751-2755 (2011). PMCID: PMC3059723
  • 560. Nanoparticle Induced Cell Magneto-Rotation: Monitoring Morphology Stress and Drug Sensitivity of a Suspended Single Cancer Cell, R. Elbez, B.H. McNaughton, L. Patel, K.J. Pienta, R. Kopelman, PLoS ONE 6(12): doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0028475, pp. 1-11, (2011). PMCID: 3236752.
  • 561. Polymeric Nanoparticles for Photodynamic Therapy Y.E. Koo and R. Kopelman, S. Hurst, Ed., Biomedical Nanotechnology: Methods and protocols, Series: Methods in Molecular Biology, Vol. 726, Humana Press, pp. 151-178, (2011)
  • 562. Experimental System for One-Dimensional Rotational Brownian Motion B. H. McNaughton, P. Kinnunen, M. Shlomi, C. Cionca, S.N. Pei, R. Clarke, P. Argyrakis, R. Kopelman, Shaul Mukamel Festschrift special issue, J. Physical Chemistry B 115 pp.5212-5218 (2011).
  • 563. Tissue Distribution and Pharmacokinetics of Stable Polyacrylamide Nanoparticles Following Intravenous Injection in the Rat Y. Wenger, R. Schneider II, G. Reddy, R. Kopelman, O. Jolliet, M. Philbert, Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology, 15; 251(3):181-90. (2011)
  • 564. Multifunctional Nanoplatforms for Fluorescence Imaging and Photodynamic
  • Therapy Developed by Post-loading Photosensitizer and Fluorophore to Polyacrylamide Nanoparticles Gupta A., Wang S., Pera P., Rao K.V.R., Patel N., Ohulchanskyy T.Y., Missert J., Morgan J., Koo-Lee Y.-E., Kopelman R., Pandey R.K. Nanomedicine: Nanotechnology, Biology and Medicine, online 22 November (2011).
  • 565. Label-Acquired Magnetorotation for Biosensing: A Magnetic Label Induced Asynchronous Rotation Biosensor A. Hecht, P. Kinnunen, B. McNaughton, R. Kopelman, J. of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 323, 272-278 (2011). PMCID: PMC3480196.
  • 566. Label-acquired magnetorotation as a signal transduction method for protein detection: aptamer-based detection of thrombin A. Hecht, A. Kumar, R. Kopelman, Analytical Chemistry, 83(18):7123-7128, PMCID: PMC3173523 (2011).
  • 567. High-Throughput of Photodynamic Therapy (PDT) Screening from Multiple Parameter Assays of 1 000 Different Conditions in a Single Chip, X. Lou, G. Kim, Y.E.K. Lee, R. Kopelman, E. Yoon, MicroTAS2011, pp. 2058-2060, (2011).
  • 568. Methylene Blue-Conjugated Hydrogel Nanoparticles and Tumor-Cell Targeted Photodynamic Therapy H.J. Hah, G. Kim, Y.E.K. Lee, D.A. Orringer, O. Sagher, M.A. Philbert, R. Kopelman, Macromolecular Bio Science 11, p. 90-99, PMID: 20976722(2011).
  • 569. Asynchronous Magnetic Bead Rotation Sensing Systems and Methods B. McNaughton, P. Kinnunen, I. Sinn, T. Albertson, R. Elbez, R. Kopelman, UM Patent 4925, (submitted 2011).
  • 570. Magnetically uniform and tunable Janus particles. I. Sinn P. Kinnunen, B. McNaughton, S.N. Pei, R. Clarke, R. Kopelman. Applied Physics Letter, 98 p.024101-1 - 024101-3 (2011).
  • 571. Special Section Guest Editorial: Photonics and Nanotechnology in Biophysics and Biomedical Research Bahman Anvari, Raoul Kopelman and Luke P. Lee J. Biomed. Opt. 16(5), 051301 (May 23, 2011)
  • 572. Optochemical Nanosensors Y.E.L. Koo. and R. Kopelman, Handbook of Nanophysics, Edited by K.D. Sattler , Taylor & Francis Group, 33-1-33-16, (2011).
  • 573. Asynchronous Magnetic Bead Rotation (AMBR) biosensor in microfluidic droplets for rapid bacterial growth and susceptibility measurements. I. Sinn P. Kinnunen, T. Albertson, B.H. McNaughton, D.W. Newton, M.A. Burns, R. Kopelman, Lab on a Chip, 11 (15), 2604 - 2611 (2011).
  • 574. Photo-acoustic imaging of blue nanoparticle targeted brain tumor for intra-operative glioma delineation. A. Ray X.D. Wang, YEK Lee, H. Hah, G. Kim, T. Chen, D. Orringer, O. Sagher, R. Kopelman, Conference on Molecular Imagain, pg. 22-23 Volume 8098, SPIE(2011)
  • 575. Targeted blue nanoparticles as photoacoustic contrast agent for brain tumor delineation A. Ray, X. Wang, Y.E. Koo Lee, H.J. Hah, G. Kim, T. Chen, D. Orringer, O. Sagher, X. Liu, R. Kopelman, Nano Research 4(11): 1163–1173, (2011).
  • 576. Two-Photon Nano-PEBBLE sensors: Subcellular pH Measurements A. Ray, Y.E. Lee, T. Epstein, G. Kim, and R. Kopelman, Analyst, 136 (18), 3616 – 3622, PMID: 21773602 (2011).
  • 577. A technical description of the brain tumor window model: an in vivo model for the evaluation of intraoperative contrast agents Orringer DA, Chen T, Huang DL, Philbert M, Kopelman R, Sagher O, Acta Neurochir Suppl 109:259–263 (2011)
  • 582. Racing with Nature: Artificial Nanomachines that Keep Running on Light both Left and Right, R. Kopelman, ACS Nano, ;6(9):7553-5 (2012). PMID: 22974388
  • 583. Cell-Specific Nanoplatform-Enabled Photodynamic Therapy for Cardiac Cells U. Avula, K. Gwangseong, YE.K. Lee, F. Morady, R. Kopelman, J. Kalifa, HeartRhythm 9(9):1504-9. PMID 22579922 (2012).
  • 584. Novel Methods to Incorporate Photosensitizers into Nanocarriers for Cancer Treatment by Photodynamic Therapy Wang S., Fan W., Kim G., Hah H.J., Koo Lee Y.-E., Kopelman, R., Ethirajan M., Gupta A., Goswami L.N., Pera P., Morgan J., .K. Lasers in Surgery and Medicine 9999:1–10, (2012). PMID: 22057496 PMCID: PMC3595099
  • 585. Systems and Methods for Targeting Specific Cardiac Cells to Treat Cardiac Arrhythmias J. Kalifa, U. Avula, G. Kim, YE.K. Lee, R. Kopelman, UM Patent 32577 (Submitted 2012).
  • 586. Hydrogel nanoparticles with Covalently Linked Coomassie Blue for Brain Tumor Delineation Visible to the Surgeon’s Eyes G. Nie, H.J. Hah, G. Kim, Y.E. Koo Lee, M. Qin, T. Ratani, P. Fotiadis, A. Miller, A. Kochi, D. Gao, T. Chen, D. orringer, O. Sagher, M. Philbert, R. Kopelman, Small, 8(6): 884-91 (2012) doi: 0.1002/smll.201101607
  • 587. Nature of segregation of reactants in diffusion controlled A+B reactions: Role of mobility arXiv:1209.2634. R. Kopelman P. Argyrakis (2012).
  • 588. Lifetime based photoacoustic oxygen sensing in-vivo A. Ray, J. Rajian, Y.E.K Lee, X. Wang, R. Kopelman, J. Biomedical Optics, 17(5): 057004-1 – 057004-4, (2012). PMID: 22612143.
  • 589. Checking Out the Insides of Cells Y.E.K. Lee and R. Kopelman. Nanobiotechnology. 7, 148-149 (2012). PMID: 22388660
  • 590. A Novel Nonionic Multi-Surfactant System and Separation Method for the Synthesis of Active Carbonic Anhydrase Nanoparticles, G. Nie, D. Si, G. Kim, Z. Shi, T. Ratani, Y.E. Koo Lee, C. Fierke , R. Kopelman, Advanced Mat. Res. Vols., 399-401 pp 509-513 (2012).
  • 591. Nanoparticle PEBBLE Sensors in Live Cells editor: Michael Conn, Y.E.K. Lee and R. Kopelman; Imaging and Spectroscopic Analysis of Living Cells MIE (Methods in Enzymology), UK: Academic Press, Vol. 504, Chapter 21, pp. 419-470 (2012).
  • 592. Nanoparticle PEBBLE Sensors for Quantitative Nanomolar Imaging of Intracellular Free Calcium Ions D. Si, T. Epstein, Y.E.K. Lee, R. Kopelman, Anal. Chem., 84 (2), pp 978–986. (2012) PMCID: PMC3264794
  • 593. Asynchronous magnetic bead rotation (AMBR) micro-viscometer for rapid sensitive and label-free studies of bacterial growth and drug sensitivity, I. Sinn, T. Albertson, P. Kinnunen, D.N. Breslauer, B.H. McNaughton, M.A. Burns, R. Kopelman, Analytical Chemistry (2012) PMID: 22507307, PMC3381929
  • 594. Fluorophore and Dye-Assisted Dispersion of Carbon Nanotubes in Aqueous Solution B. Koh, G. Kim, H.K.Yoon, J.B. Park, R. Kopelman, and W. Cheng, Langmuir, 14;28(32):11676-86. (2012). PMID: 22812904
  • 595. Multifunctional biodegradable polyacrylamide nanocarriers for cancer theranostics – a “see and treat” strategy S. Wang, G. Kim, Y.E.K Lee, H.J. Hah, M. Ethirajan, R. Pandey, R. Kopelman, ACS Nano 6(8):6843-51 PMID: 22702416 (2012).
  • 596. Two-photon fluorescence imaging super-enhanced by multi-shell nanophotonic particles with application to subcellular pH, A. Ray , Y.E. Koo Lee , G. Kim, R. Kopelman, Small, 8(14): 2213–2221, (2012). PMID: 22517569
  • 597. “Targeted Multifuncional Hydrogel Nanoparticles for Imaging and Treatment of Cancer" R. Kopelman and Y.E.K. Lee, Chapter in "Multifunctional Nanoparticles for Drug Delivery Applications", Springer, Editor: Sonke Svenson, ch. 11, p.225-255 (2012).
  • 598. Left Atrium Nanoplatform-enabled Targeted Photodynamic Ablation: Preliminary Results in Vivo U. Avula, H. Yoon, G. Kim, R. Kopelman, J. Kalifa, HeartRhytm, 10(11): 1747 (2013).
  • 599. Polymer-Protein Hydrogel Nanomatrix for Stabilization of Indocyanine Green towards Fluorescence and Photoacoustic Bio-imaging H.K. Yoon, A. Ray, Y. E. Koo Lee, G. Kim, X. Wang, R. Kopelman, Journal of Materials Chemistry B, 1 (41), 5611 - 5619 (2013). PMID: 24224083
  • 600. Systems and Methods for Targeted Imaging and Ablation of Cardiac Cells J. Kalifa, R. Kopelman, U. Avula, G. Kim, Y.E.K. Lee, H.K. Yoon, WO/2013/163187, PCT/US2013/037807, (2013)
  • 601. Hydrogen Peroxide (H2O2) Detection with Nanoprobes for Biological Applications: A Mini-review G. Kim, Y.E. Koo Lee, R. Kopelman, Chapter 6, Oxidative Stress and Nanotechnology (Methods in Molecular Biology), Springer, Volume 1028, 2013, pp 101-114 (2013).
  • 602. Hydrogel Nanosensors for Biophotonic Imaging of Chemical Analytes A. Ray and R. Kopelman, Nanomedicine: Special Report, 8(11):1829-38 (2013) PMID: 24156487 .
  • 603. Nanosensor aided Photoacoustic measurement of pH in vivo A. Ray, H.K. Yoon, R. Kopelman, X. Wang, Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering 8581 (2013)
  • 604. Biodegradable Nanoplatform Bisphosphonate Formulation to Minimize Cardiac Side Effects J. Kalifa, R. Kopelman, Patent Invention Disclosure (October, 2013).
  • 605. Polyacrylamide based ICG nanocarriers for enhanced fluorescence and photoacoustic imaging A. Ray, H.K. Yoon, H. Ryu, R. Kopelman, Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering 8581 (2013)
  • 606. PAA Nanoparticles for Enhancement of Tumor Imaging R. Pandey, R. Kopelman, A. Gupta, M. Sajjad, US 20110091373 A1 (2013) UM Tech Transfer File Number: 4616 USPTO Patent Number: 8562944 (2013)
  • 607. Experimental Validation of Induced-Charge Electrokinetic Motion of Electrically Conducting Particles Y. Daghighi, I. Sinn, R. Kopelman, D. Li, Electrochimica Acta, 87: 270-276 (2013)
  • 608. Nature of Segregation of Reactants in Diffusion Controlled A+B reactions: Role of Mobility in Forming Compact Clusters P. Argyrakis and R. Kopelman European Physical Journal, 86:162 (2013).
  • 609. Nanoparticle Surface Engineering Avoids Trapping in Lysosomes L. Karamchand, G. Kim, S. Wang, H. J. Hah, A. Ray, R. Jiddou, Y.E. Koo Lee, M. Philbert, R. Kopelman, Modulation of hydrogel nanoparticle intracellular trafficking by multivalent surface engineering with tumor targeting peptide, RSC Nanoscale (2013) 5, 10327-10344. PMID: 24056573
  • 610. Bead Assembly Magnetorotation as a Signal Transduction Method for Protein Detection A. Hecht, P. Commiskey, N. Shah, R. Kopelman, Biosensors and Bioelectronics 48: 26-32, (2013). BIOS-D-13-00133.
  • 611. Sonophoric Nanoprobe aided pH Measurement in-vivo Using Photoacoustic Spectroscopy A. Ray, X. Wang, R. Kopelman Analyst, 138 (11), 3126 – 3130. PMID: 23598348 (2013).
  • 612. Bead Assembly Magnetorotation as a Signal Transduction Method for Protein Detection A. Hecht, P. Commiskey, N. Shah, R. Kopelman, Biosensors and Bioelectronics, 48(15) pg. 26-32, (2013) PMID: 23639345
  • 613. Photodynamic Characterization and Optimization Using Multifunctional Nanoparticles for Brain Cancer Treatment K. Herrmann, Y.E. Lee Koo, D. Orringer, O. Sagher, M. Philbert, R. Kopelman, SPIE Proceedings 8568 (2013).
  • 614. Modulation of Hydrogel Nanoparticle Intracellular Trafficking by Surface Engineering with Tumor Targeting Peptide L. Karamchand, G. Kim, S. Wang, H.J. Hah, A. Ray, R. Jiddou, Y.E. Koo Lee, M. Philbert, R. Kopelman, Nanoscale, 5(21):10327-44 (2013)
  • 615. Targeted Delivery of Peptide-conjugated Biocompatible Gold Nanoparticles into Cancer Cell Nucleus Wei Quian, T. Curry, Y. Che, and R. Kopelman, SPIE-Int. Soc. Opt. Eng, 8595, 8595-D1 – 8595-D8 (2013).
  • 616. Magnetically Guiding and Orienting Integrated Chemical Sensors J. Anker, Y.E. Koo, R. Kopelman, J. of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials , 229-234 (2014)
  • 617. Asynchronous Magnetic Bead Rotation (AMBR) Microviscometer for Label-Free DNA Analysis Y. Li, R. Kopelman, R. Burns, Biosensors, 4(1), 76-89 (2014) PMCID: PMC4264372 .
  • 618. A High-Throughput Photodynamic Therapy Screening Platform With On-Chip Control of Multiple Microenvironmental Factors. X. Lou, G. Kim, H.K. Yoon, Y.E. K. Lee, R. Kopelman, E. Yoon, Lab on a Chip, 14(5):892-901 (2014) PMID: 24394779
  • 619. Nano-photosensitizers Engineered to Generate a Tunable Mix of Reactive Oxygen Species for Optimizing Photodynamic Therapy, Using a Microfluidic Device, H.K. Yoon, X. Lou, Y.C. Chen, Y.E. Koo Lee, E. Yoon, R. Kopelman, Chemistry of Materials 26 (4), pp 1592–1600 (2014) NIHMSID: NIHMS563974 PMCID: PMC3970790
  • 620. Polyacrylamide-Based Biocompatible Nanoplatform Enhances the Tumor Uptake PET/fluorescence Imaging and Anticancer Activity of a Chlorophyll Analog, A. Gupta, M. Sajjad, S. Wang, Y. Chen, R. Yao, R. Kopelman, R. Pandey, Theranostics, 4(6):614-628 (2014) PMCID:PMC3982132
  • 621. Asynchronous Magnetic Bead Rotation (AMBR) Microviscometer for Label-Free DNA Analysis Y. Li, D. T. Burke, R. Kopelman, M. Burns, Biosensors, Special Issue “Magnetic Biosensors ISSN 2079-6374”, 4(1), 76-89 (2014) PMCID:PMC4264372
  • 622. Fractal Dimension of Microbead Assemblies used for Protein Detection A. Hecht, P. Commiskey, F. Lazaridis, P. Argyakis, R. Kopelman, ChemPhysChem, CP-CMT-02-2014-000534, PubMed # 25195559 NIHMSID # 637840 (2014) PMCID:PMC4234104
  • 623. Multifunctional Theranostic Gold Nanoparticles for Targeted CT Imaging and Photothermal therapy T. Curry, R. Kopelman, M. Shilo, R. Popovtzer, Contrast Media (Special Focus Review), 9(1):53-61 (2014), PMID: 24470294
  • 624. Oxygen and Seizure Dynamics: I. Experiments J. Ingram, C. Zhang, J.R. Cressman, A. Hazra, Y. Wei, Y.E. Koo, J. Ziburkus, R. Kopelman, J. Xu, and S. J. Schiff, Journal of Neurophysiology, J Neurophysiol 112: 205 – 212 (2014)
  • 625. Hydrogel Nanoparticles with Thermally-controlled Drug Release T. Shirakura, T. J. Kelson, A. Ray, and R. Kopelman, ACS Macro Letters, 3, pg. 602-606 (2014).
  • 626. PEBBLE Nanosensors for In Vitro Bioanalysis Y.E. Koo Lee, E. Monson, M. Brasuel, M. Philbert and R. Kopelman, CRC Biomedical Photonics Handbook: 2nd Edition, Volume 3, Edited by T. Vo-Dinh, (2014)
  • 627. Modulated Physical and Chemical Sensors J. Anker, C. Behrend, B. McNaughton, R. Kopelman, U.S.Patent No. 8,697,029 (April 15, 2014).
  • 628. Systems and Methods for Targeting Myocytes J. Kalifa, U. Mahesh, H. K. Yoon, R. Kopelman, UM-32577/US. Patent-1/PRO - Your Ref.: 4762 (Submitted 2014).
  • 629. PAA Nanoparticles for Enhancement of Tumor Imaging R. Pandey, R. Kopelman, A. Gupta, M. Sajjad, USPTO Patent Number: 8,562,944 UM (2014)
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  • 631. Highly Stable Polymer Coated Nano-Clustered Silver Plates: A multimodal optical contrast agent for biomedical imaging A. Ray, A. Mukundan Z. Xie, L. Karamchand, X. Wang, R. Kopelman, ACS Photonics, ph-2014-001082, (2014). PMID: 25325364
  • 632. Hydrogel Nanoparticles with Thermally Controlled Drug Release T. Shirakura, T. Kelson, A. Ray, A. E. Malyarenko, R. Kopelman, 3(7) pg. 602-606, ACS Macro Letters, PMCID# PMC4235390 (2014)
  • 633. Overcoming Cancer Multidrug Resistance by Codelivery of Doxorubicin and Verapamil with Hydrogel Nanoparticles M. Qin, Y.E.K. Lee, A. Ray and R. Kopelman, Macromolecular Bioscience, 14(8), 1106 (2014) PMID: 24771682
  • 634. Brownian Modulated Optical Nanoprobes C.J. Behrend, J.N. Anker, R. Kopelman, Applied Physics Letters, 84: 1, pp. 154-156 (2014).
  • 635. Characterization of Nano-Photosensitizer Delivery and Photodynamic Efficacy Using Multicellular Tumor Spheroids (MCTS) X. Lou, H.K. Yoon, Y.Chen, R. Kopelman, and E. Yoon,  International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences (MicroTAS ΄14), 178–180 (2014)
  • 636. Click Conjugation of Peptide to Hydrogel Nanoparticles for Tumor-targeted Drug Delivery M. Qin, Z. Hong., R. Kopelman, Biomacromolecules, 15 (10), 3728 (2014) PMID: 25162488
  • 637. Photothermal therapy of cancer cells mediated by blue hydrogel nanoparticles T. Curry, T. Epstein, R. Smith, R. Kopelman, 8(10) pg. 1577-1586, Nanomedicine (Lond). ;8(10):1577-86. doi: 10.2217/nnm.12.190.. (2014) PMID: 23432340
  • 638. Highly Stable Polymer Coated Nano-Clustered Silver Plates: A multimodal optical contrast agent for biomedical imaging A. Ray, A. Mukundan Z. Xie, L. Karamchand, X. Wang, R. Kopelman, Nanotechnology, 25(44), PMID: 25325364, (2014)
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  • 640. PAA Nanoplatforms Containing Fluorophores and Targeted Moieties Covalently Linked and Photosensitizer Post-Loaded USPTO Patent Number:  8 906,343, Dec 9, 2014. UM Tech Transfer File Number: 4616p3
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  • 644. U.S. Patent Application No.: 14/396 533, electronically filed on 23-Oct-2014 U.S. National Stage Entry of International Patent Application No. PCT/US2013/037807, International Filing Date: 23-Apr-2013 Entitled: SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR TARGETED IMAGING AND ABLATION OF CARDIAC CELLS Your Ref: 4762 Our File: UM-32577/US-2/PCT
  • 645. Towards Glioma Intra-operative Photodynamic Therapy: Targeted Photo-active Nanoparticles in a Brain Tumor Window Model Kristen A Simmer, Hoe Jin Hah, Yong Eun Koo Lee, Oren Sagher, Daniel Orringer, Martin Philbert, and Raoul Kopelman, Int J Nanomed Nanosurg 1(2): http://dx.doi. org/10.16966/ijnn.106 (2015)
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  • 647. Cell-selective arrhythmia ablation for photomodulation of heart rhythm M. R. Avula H. K. Yoon, C. H. Lee, K. Kaur, R. J. Ramirez, Y. Takemoto, S. R. U Ennis, F. Morady, T. Herron, O. Berenfeld, R. Kopelman, J. Kalifa, Science Translational Medicine Vol. 7, Issue 311 pg. ra172 (2015) PMID: 26511509
  • 648. Scattering Based Hyperspectral Imaging of Plasmonic Nanoplate Clusters Towards Biomedical Applications Aniruddha Ray, Raoul Kopelman, Bonghwan Chon, Kimberly Briggman and Jeeseong Hwang, 1–9 J. Biophotonics (2015).
  • 649. Real Time Monitoring of Intracellular Chemical Changes in Response to Plasma Irradiation Aniruddha Ray; Pietro Ranieri; Leshern Karamchand; Benjamin Yee; John Foster; Raoul Kopelman, J. Plasma Medicine (In revision, 2016)
  • 650. Resolving the Morphology Heterogeneity in Metastatic Breast Cancer Cells by Dynamic Histology using Multiplexed Cell Magneto-Rotation Remy Elbez, Hernan Roca, Joseph M. Labuz, Schuichi Takayama ,Kenneth J. Pienta, Raoul Kopelman, Nature Scientific Reports (In revision, 2016).
  • 651. Monitoring Photodynamic Therapy (PDT) using Photoacoustic Oxygen Sensing R. Kopelman, C. Lee, J. Jo, H. K. Yoon, X. Wang, Analyst (In Press, 2016).
  • 652. Hydrogel Nanoparticle Polymer Matrix Density and Surface Charge Engineering: Tuning Chemodrug Loading Release, and Cellular Uptake, Teppei Shirakura, Christofer Smith, Yong-Eun Lee Koo, Filippos Lazaridis, Panos Argyrakis, and Raoul Kopelman, PLOS ONE (In Revision, 2016)
  • 653. The Immobilization of Active Carbonic Anhydrase in PEBBLE Nanosensors and Its Potential Application for Zinc Sensing D. Si, G. Nie, D. Wang, T. K. Hurst, Y.E. Koo Lee, G. Kim, C. Fierke, R. Kopelman, Analyst, (In Revision 2016).
  • 654. Polyethylenimine Incorporation into Hydrogel Nanomatrices for Enhancing Nanoparticle-assisted Chemotherapy RSC Advances, 6, 48016-48024 (2016)
  • 655.
  • 656. Prostate cancer characterization by optical contrast enhanced photoacoustics G. Xu, M. Qin, A. Mukundan, J. Siddiqui, M. Takada, P. Vilar-Saavedra, S.A. Tomlins, R. Kopelman, X. Wang, SPIE 9708, Photons Plus Ultrasound: Imaging and Sensing 2016, 97080I (2016)
  • 657. Jo J.1; Lee, C. H.1; Kopelman, R.; Wang, X., Lifetime-resolved photoacoustic (LPA) spectroscopy for monitoring oxygen change and photodynamic therapy (PDT), Proc. of SPIE-Int. Soc. Opt. Eng., 9708, 97081L-1 (2016)
  • 658. Nanoparticle Surface Engineering Modulates MAPK and Akt/TOR Signaling: Implications for Intracellular Localization and Cancer Cell Survival L. Karamchand, A. Ray, R. Kopelman, ACS Nano, (2016)
  • US PATENTS
  • 1. A Nanometer Dimension Optical Device with Microimaging and Nanoillumination Capabilities R. Kopelman and A. Lewis, US Patent No. 07/380,099 (1989).
  • 2. A Nanometer Dimension Optical Device with Microimaging and Nanoillumination Capabilities R. Kopelman and A. Lewis, U.S. Patent No. 5,148,307 (September 15, 1992).
  • 3. A Nanometer Dimension Optical Device with Microimaging and Nanoillumination Capabilities—Methods R. Kopelman and A. Lewis, U. S. Patent No. 5,264,698 (November 23, 1993).
  • 4. Micro Optical Fiber Light Source and Sensor and Method of Fabrication Thereof R. Kopelman, W. Tan, and Z-Y. Shi, U.S. Patent No. 5,361,314 (November 1, 1994).
  • 5. Nanometer Dimension Optical Device with Microimaging and Nanoillumination Capabilities R. Kopelman and A. Lewis, U.S. Patent No. 5,362,963 (November 8, 1994).
  • 6. Micro Optical Fiber Light Source and Sensor and Method of Fabrication Thereof R. Kopelman, W. Tan, and Z-Y. Shi, U.S. Patent No. 5,627,922 (May 6, 1997).
  • 7. Optical Sensors for the Detection of Nitric Oxide R. Kopelman, H. Clark, and S. Barker, U.S. Patent #6,002,817; (issued Dec. 14, 1999.)
  • 8. Optical Fiberless Sensors for Analyzing Cellular Analytes in Cells H. Clark, M. Philbert, E. Monson, S. Parus, B. Thorsrud and R. Kopelman, U.S. Patent #6,143,558 (November 7, 2000). UM File #: 1417
  • 9. Optical Fiber Having Dye-Labeled Cytochrome C’ Immobilized on a Fiber Tip R. Kopelman, H. Clark and S. Barker, U.S. Patent #6,272,262 (August 7, 2001).
  • 10. Optical Sensors and Multisensor Arrays Containing Thin Film Electroluminescent Devices J. Aylott, Z. Chen-Esterlit, J.H. Friedl, R. Kopelman, V.N. Savvateev and J. Shinar, U.S. Patent #6,331,438 (December 18, 2001).
  • 11. Optical Fiberless Sensors R. Kopelman, H. Clark, E. Monson, S. Parus, M. Philbert and B. Thorsrud, U.S. Patent #6,379,955, (April 30, 2002.) UM File #: 1417c1
  • 12. Magnetically Modulated Physical and Chemical Sensors for Background Rejection J. Anker, C. Behrend, R. Kopelman, B. McNaughton, U. S. Patent (submitted December 17, 2001).
  • 13. Targeted Fiberless Radiative Effectors R. Kopelman, J. Aylott, H. Clark, E. Monson and M. Philbert, U.S. Patent (resubmitted November 2001), Serial No.: 09/336,314, EP 1206288
  • 14. Wireless Deep Tissue Light Sources: Scalable Organic Light Emitting Devices M. Philbert, Z. Chen, J. Kanicki and R. Kopelman, U.S. Patent (Submitted July 29, 2002).
  • 15. Optical Sensors for the Detection of Nitric Oxide R. Kopelman, H. Clark and S. Barker, U.S. Patent #6,636,652, (October 21, 2003.)
  • 16. Universal Wireless Nano-Voltmeter, K.M. Tyner, M.A. Philbert and R. Kopelman, U.S. Patent #761,055, U of M Ref. No. 3293, Provisional Serial No. 60, Ref. No. 2115-003293, January 20, 2006.
  • 17. Remotely Driven Micro/Nanoparticle Slipping B.H. McNaughton, R. Kopelman, OTT File #3428, Invention Disclosure.
  • 18. Remotely driven micro/nanoparticle slipping R. Smith and R. Kopelman, UMOTT File #3662, Invention Disclosure.
  • 19. Plasmon Particle for Microorganism Detection and Microoganism Dynamics R. Smith and R. Kopelman. Patent Disclosure, UMOTT 3662, (March 2007).
  • 20. Photoacoustic Indicators S. Ashkenazi, R. Kopelman, R. Witte, T. Horvath, and G. Kim. Patent Application, UMOTT #3693, Ref # 2115-003693/PS2, (March 2007).
  • 21. Nanoparticle-Enabled Brain Tumor Surgery and Therapy D. Orringer and R. Kopelman, Patent Disclosure, UMOTT # 3710, (March 2007).
  • 22. System and Method for the Detection of Biological Agent and Growth Monitoring B.H. McNaughton and R. Kopelman, Patent Disclosure, UMOTT # 3970, (2008).
  • 23. Photoacoustic Indicators S. Ashkenazi, R. Witte, T. Horvath, G. Kim and R. Kopelman, Patent Disclosure, U of M Ref. No. 3693; HDP Ref. No. 2115-003693, (2009)
  • 24. Gold Nano-Probes as Targeted CT Contrast Agents for In-vivo cancer Imaging R. Popovtzer, M. Shlomi, A. Agrawal, A. Popovtzer, J. Balter, T.E.Carey, and R. Kopelman, Patent Disclosure, (2008)
  • 25. Nanoparticle-based cell-targeted fluorescent oxygen sensor Y.E.K. Lee, E. Ulbrich, G. Kim, H. Hah, C. Strollo, W. Fan, R. Gurjar, S. Koo, R. Kopelman, (2010) Publication Number 555
  • 26. Cell-Specific Nanoplatforms-Enabled Ablation for Cardiac Arrhythmias R. Kopelman, Y.E.K. Lee, G. Kim, E. Avula, (2010)
  • 27. Universal Wireless, Nano-Optical Voltmeters, M. Philbert, K. Tyner, R. Kopelman, April 12, 2011, US Patent #7,923,984 B2, Corresponding Publication 578
  • 28. Magnetic-Labeled-Acquired Rotation to Measure the Concentration of a protein or other Biomarker in Solution B. McNaughton, A. Hecht, P. Kinnunen, R. Kopelman, UM Patent 4921, (submitted 2011)
  • 29. Nanoparticles Induced Magneto-Roatation of Cells for Detection Characterization and Drug Sensitivity Tests, B. McNaughton, R. Elbez, R. Kopelman, UM Patent 4924, (submitted 2011)
  • 30. Asynchronous Magnetic Bead Rotation Sensing Systems and Methods B. McNaughton, P. Kinnunen, I. Sinn, T. Albertson, R. Elbez, R. Kopelman, UM Patent 4925, (submitted 2011)
  • 31. Systems and Methods for Targeting Specific Cardiac Cells to Treat Cardiac Arrhythmias J. Kalifa, U. Mahesh, G. Kim, YE.K. Lee, R. Kopelman, UM Patent 32577 (Submitted 2012).
  • 32. Magnetically Induced Microspinning for Super-Detection and Super-Characterization of Biomarkers and Live Cells R. Kopelman, R. Elbez, A. Hecht, B. McNaughton, PCT/US2012/033152 (2012).
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