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Nanotechnology Innovation Center of Kansas State

Bret N. Flanders

bflandersAssociate Professor

Degrees

B.S. Chemical Physics, UC San Diego
Ph.D, Physical Chemistry, U Chicago

Contact

785-532-1614
bret.flanders@phys.ksu.edu

Research

Soft Matter Nanotechnology and Biological Physics

Major equipment

Microscale crystallization instrumentation; optical microscopes (including Raman).

Publications

Flanders, B.N., Directed Electrochemical Nanowire Assembly: Precise Nanostructure Assembly via Dendritic Solidification. Mod. Phys. Lett. B 26 (1), 1130001 (2012).

Paneru, G., Thapa, P.S., Mcbride, S.P., Ramm, A., Law, B.M., & Flanders, B.N., Long-reach cantilevers for sub-cellular force measurements. Nanotechnology 23, 455105 (2012).

Nemzer, L.R., Flanders, B.N., Schmit, J.D., Chakrabarti, A., & Sorensen, C.M., Ethanol shock and lysozyme aggregation. Soft Matter 8 (2013).

Paneru, G., Thapa, P.S., McBride, S.P., Nichols, D.M., Law, B.M., & Flanders, B.N., Forces at individual pseudopod-filament adhesive contacts. Appl. Phys. Lett. 99, 093702 (2011).

B. Ozturk, I. Talukdar, and B. N. Flanders, "Directed growth of diameter-tunable nanowires," Nanotechnology, 18 365302 (2007).

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