Kristen M. Burson, Ph.D.
|2013||Physics||University of Maryland, College Park, College Park, MD|
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|Larson JM, Gillette E, Burson K, et al. (2018) Pascalammetry with operando microbattery probes: Sensing high stress in solid-state batteries. Science Advances. 4: eaas8927|
|Büchner C, Liu L, Stuckenholz S, et al. (2016) Building block analysis of 2D amorphous networks reveals medium range correlation Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids. 435: 40-47|
|Burson KM, Schlexer P, Büchner C, et al. (2015) Characterizing Crystalline-Vitreous Structures: From Atomically Resolved Silica to Macroscopic Bubble Rafts Journal of Chemical Education. 92: 1896-1902|
|Burson KM, Cullen WG, Adam S, et al. (2013) Direct imaging of charged impurity density in common graphene substrates. Nano Letters. 13: 3576-80|
|Burson KM, Wei Y, Cullen WG, et al. (2012) Potential steps at Câ‚†â‚€-TiOPc-Ag(111) interfaces: ultrahigh-vacuum-noncontact scanning probe metrology. Nano Letters. 12: 2859-64|
|Burson KM, Yamamoto M, Cullen WG. (2012) Modeling noncontact atomic force microscopy resolution on corrugated surfaces. Beilstein Journal of Nanotechnology. 3: 230-7|
|Burson KM, Yamamoto M, Cullen WG. (2011) High resolution microscopy of SIO2 and the structure of SIO 2-supported graphene Proceedings of the Asme Design Engineering Technical Conference. 7: 551-555|
|Cullen WG, Yamamoto M, Burson KM, et al. (2010) High-fidelity conformation of graphene to SiO2 topographic features. Physical Review Letters. 105: 215504|