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Publications from AG Hoppe, sorted by year, from newest to oldest:

1.            Kastner, C., et al., Revelation of Interfacial Energetics in Organic Multiheterojunctions. Advanced Science, 2017. 4(4).

2.            Heinrich, D., et al., Nanoscale Morphology from Donor-Acceptor Block Copolymers: Formation and Functions, in Elementary Processes in Organic Photovoltaics, K. Leo, Editor. 2017, Springer-Verlag Berlin: Berlin. p. 157-191.

3.            Turkovic, V., et al., Long-term stabilization of organic solar cells using hydroperoxide decomposers as additives. Applied Physics a-Materials Science & Processing, 2016. 122(3).

4.            Turkovic, V., et al., Long-term stabilization of organic solar cells using UV absorbers. Journal of Physics D-Applied Physics, 2016. 49(12).

5.            Synooka, O., et al., Thermally stable and efficient polymer solar cells based on a novel donor-acceptor copolymer. Nanotechnology, 2016. 27(25).

6.            Owens, C., et al., Comparative Indoor and Outdoor Degradation of Organic Photovoltaic Cells via Inter-laboratory Collaboration. Polymers, 2016. 8(1).

7.            Olbrich, M., et al., Case study on the ultrafast laser ablation of thin aluminum films: dependence on laser parameters and film thickness. Applied Physics a-Materials Science & Processing, 2016. 122(3).

8.            Konkin, A., et al., Light-induced X,W-band Electron Spin Resonance study of double-crystalline donor-acceptor P3HT-b-PPerAcr block copolymers in solid thin films. Synthetic Metals, 2016. 215: p. 251-259.

9.            Kaestner, C., et al., Locally resolved large scale phase separation in polymer:fullerene blends. Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 2016. 4(4): p. 1244-1250.

10.          Jadhav, R.R., et al., Modulation of charge carrier mobility by side-chain engineering of bi(thienylenevinylene)thiophene containing PPE-PPVs. Rsc Advances, 2016. 6(57): p. 51642-51648.

11.          Gevorgyan, S.A., et al., Baselines for Lifetime of Organic Solar Cells. Advanced Energy Materials, 2016. 6(22).

12.          Dong, C.D., H. Hoppe, and W.J.D. Beenken, Effect of Side Chains on Molecular Conformation of Anthracene-Ethynylene-Phenylene-Vinylene Oligomers: A Comparative Density Functional Study With and Without Dispersion Interaction. Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 2016. 120(21): p. 3835-3841.

13.          Darlatt, E., et al., Irradiation-induced degradation of PTB7 investigated by valence band and S 2p photoelectron spectroscopy. Nanotechnology, 2016. 27(32).

14.          von Hauff, E., et al., Emerging Thin-Film Photovoltaics: Stabilize or Perish. Advanced Energy Materials, 2015. 5(20).

15.          Seeland, M., C. Kastner, and H. Hoppe, Quantitative evaluation of inhomogeneous device operation in thin film solar cells by luminescence imaging. Applied Physics Letters, 2015. 107(7).

16.          Seeland, M. and H. Hoppe, Comparison of distributed vs. lumped series resistance modeling of thin-film solar cells and modules: Influence on the geometry-dependent efficiency. Physica Status Solidi a-Applications and Materials Science, 2015. 212(9): p. 1991-2000.

17.          Sajjad, M.T., et al., Controlling Exciton Diffusion and Fullerene Distribution in Photovoltaic Blends by Side Chain Modification. Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, 2015. 6(15): p. 3054-3060.

18.          Roesch, R., et al., Procedures and Practices for Evaluating Thin-Film Solar Cell Stability. Advanced Energy Materials, 2015. 5(20).

19.          Kastner, C., D.A.M. Egbe, and H. Hoppe, Polymer aggregation control in polymer-fullerene bulk heterojunctions adapted from solution. Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 2015. 3(1): p. 395-403.

20.          Herrmann, F., et al., Influence of Interface Doping on Charge-Carrier Mobilities and Sub-Bandgap Absorption in Organic Solar Cells. Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2015. 119(17): p. 9036-9040.

21.          Gupta, G., et al., Morphology, Crystal Structure and Charge Transport in Donor-Acceptor Block Copolymer Thin Films. Acs Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2015. 7(23): p. 12309-12318.

22.          Gunes, S., et al., Solar Cells: From Sunlight into Electricity. International Journal of Photoenergy, 2015.

23.          Turkovic, V., et al., Long-Term Stabilization of Organic Solar Cells Using Hindered Phenols as Additives. Acs Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2014. 6(21): p. 18525-18537.

24.          Turkovic, V., et al., Multiple stress degradation analysis of the active layer in organic photovoltaics. Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, 2014. 120: p. 654-668.

25.          Synooka, O., et al., Modification of the Active Layer/PEDOT:PSS Interface by Solvent Additives Resulting in Improvement of the Performance of Organic Solar Cells. Acs Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2014. 6(14): p. 11068-11081.

26.          Synooka, O., et al., Influence of Thermal Annealing on PCDTBT: PCBM Composition Profiles. Advanced Energy Materials, 2014. 4(5).

27.          Synooka, O., K.R. Eberhardt, and H. Hoppe, Chlorine-free processed high performance organic solar cells. Rsc Advances, 2014. 4(32): p. 16681-16685.

28.          Muhsin, B., et al., Flexible ITO-free polymer solar cells based on highly conductive PEDOT:PSS and a printed silver grid. Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, 2014. 130: p. 551-554.

29.          Mangold, H., et al., Control of charge generation and recombination in ternary polymer/polymer:fullerene photovoltaic blends using amorphous and semi-crystalline copolymers as donors. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2014. 16(38): p. 20329-20337.

30.          Madsen, M.V., et al., Worldwide outdoor round robin study of organic photovoltaic devices and modules. Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, 2014. 130: p. 281-290.

31.          Klumbies, H., et al., Water ingress into and climate dependent lifetime of organic photovoltaic cells investigated by calcium corrosion tests. Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, 2014. 120: p. 685-690.

32.          Adam, G., et al., Effect of Varying Thiophene Units on Charge-Transport and Photovoltaic Properties of Poly(phenylene ethynylene)-alt-poly(phenylene vinylene) Polymers. Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics, 2014. 215(15): p. 1473-1484.

33.          Singh, C.R., et al., Correlation of charge transport with structural order in highly ordered melt-crystallized poly(3-hexylthiophene) thin films. Journal of Polymer Science Part B-Polymer Physics, 2013. 51(12): p. 943-951.

34.          Roesch, R., et al., Stability of polymer solar cells: Dependence on working pressure. Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, 2013. 111: p. 212-215.

35.          Roesch, R., et al., Polymer solar cells with enhanced lifetime by improved electrode stability and sealing. Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, 2013. 117: p. 59-66.

36.          Kastner, C., et al., Improvement of photovoltaic performance by ternary blending of amorphous and semi-crystalline polymer analogues with PCBM. Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 2013. 1(12): p. 3961-3969.

37.          Kastner, C., et al., Improved phase separation in polymer solar cells by solvent blending. Journal of Polymer Science Part B-Polymer Physics, 2013. 51(11): p. 868-874.

38.          Gevorgyan, S.A., et al., Interlaboratory outdoor stability studies of flexible roll-to-roll coated organic photovoltaic modules: Stability over 10,000 h. Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, 2013. 116: p. 187-196.

39.          Engmann, S., et al., Revealing the Active Layer Morphology within Complete Solar Cell Devices via Spectroscopic Ellipsometry. Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2013. 117(47): p. 25205-25210.

40.          Engmann, S., et al., Direct Correlation of the Organic Solar Cell Device Performance to the In-Depth Distribution of Highly Ordered Polymer Domains in Polymer/Fullerene Films. Advanced Energy Materials, 2013. 3(11): p. 1463-1472.

41.          Dibb, G.F.A., et al., Influence of doping on charge carrier collection in normal and inverted geometry polymer: fullerene solar cells. Scientific Reports, 2013. 3.

42.          Beenken, W.J.D., et al., Sub-bandgap absorption in organic solar cells: experiment and theory. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2013. 15(39): p. 16494-16502.

43.          Usluer, O., et al., Charge carrier mobility, photovoltaic, and electroluminescent properties of anthracene-based conjugated polymers bearing randomly distributed side chains. Journal of Polymer Science Part a-Polymer Chemistry, 2012. 50(16): p. 3425-3436.

44.          Turkovic, V., et al., Methods in determination of morphological degradation of polymer:fullerene solar cells. Synthetic Metals, 2012. 161(23-24): p. 2534-2539.

45.          Teran-Escobar, G., et al., On the stability of a variety of organic photovoltaic devices by IPCE and in situ IPCE analyses - the ISOS-3 inter-laboratory collaboration. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2012. 14(33): p. 11824-11845.

46.          Tanenbaum, D.M., et al., The ISOS-3 inter-laboratory collaboration focused on the stability of a variety of organic photovoltaic devices. Rsc Advances, 2012. 2(3): p. 882-893.

47.          Tanenbaum, D.M., et al., Edge sealing for low cost stability enhancement of roll-to-roll processed flexible polymer solar cell modules. Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, 2012. 97: p. 157-163.

48.          Seeland, M., R. Rosch, and H. Hoppe, Quantitative analysis of electroluminescence images from polymer solar cells. Journal of Applied Physics, 2012. 111(2).

49.          Rosch, R., et al., Investigation of the degradation mechanisms of a variety of organic photovoltaic devices by combination of imaging techniques-the ISOS-3 inter-laboratory collaboration. Energy & Environmental Science, 2012. 5(4): p. 6521-6540.

50.          Roesch, R., et al., Quality control of roll-to-roll processed polymer solar modules by complementary imaging methods. Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, 2012. 97: p. 176-180.

51.          Presselt, M., et al., Sub-bandgap absorption in polymer-fullerene solar cells studied by temperature-dependent external quantum efficiency and absorption spectroscopy. Chemical Physics Letters, 2012. 542: p. 70-73.

52.          Presselt, M., et al., Influence of Phonon Scattering on Exciton and Charge Diffusion in Polymer-Fullerene Solar Cells. Advanced Energy Materials, 2012. 2(8): p. 999-1003.

53.          Kastner, C., et al., Polymer BHJ solar cell performance tuning by C60 fullerene derivative alkyl side-chain length. Journal of Polymer Science Part B-Polymer Physics, 2012. 50(22): p. 1562-1566.

54.          Kastner, C., et al., Morphology evaluation of a polymer-fullerene bulk heterojunction ensemble generated by the fullerene derivatization. Journal of Materials Chemistry, 2012. 22(31): p. 15987-15997.

55.          Hoppe, H., M. Seeland, and B. Muhsin, Optimal geometric design of monolithic thin-film solar modules: Architecture of polymer solar cells. Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, 2012. 97: p. 119-126.

56.          Herrmann, F., et al., Correlation between near infrared-visible absorption, intrinsic local and global sheet resistance of poly(3,4-ethylenedioxy-thiophene) poly(styrene sulfonate) thin films. Applied Physics Letters, 2012. 100(15).

57.          Engmann, S., et al., Aging of polymer/fullerene films: Temporal development of composition profiles. Synthetic Metals, 2012. 161(23-24): p. 2540-2543.

58.          Engmann, S., et al., Optical order of the polymer phase within polymer/fullerene blend films. Journal of Polymer Science Part B-Polymer Physics, 2012. 50(19): p. 1363-1373.

59.          Engmann, S., et al., Photon recycling across a ultraviolet-blocking layer by luminescence in polymer solar cells. Journal of Applied Physics, 2012. 112(3).

60.          Chory, C., et al., Synthesis and characterization of organically linked ZnO nanoparticles. Physica Status Solidi a-Applications and Materials Science, 2012. 209(11): p. 2212-2216.

61.          Andreasen, B., et al., TOF-SIMS investigation of degradation pathways occurring in a variety of organic photovoltaic devices - the ISOS-3 inter-laboratory collaboration. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2012. 14(33): p. 11780-11799.

62.          Troshin, P.A., et al., 70 Fullerene-Based Materials for Organic Solar Cells. Chemsuschem, 2011. 4(1): p. 119-124.

63.          Singh, C.R., et al., Morphology controlled open circuit voltage in polymer solar cells. Physica Status Solidi-Rapid Research Letters, 2011. 5(7): p. 247-249.

64.          Seeland, M., R. Rosch, and H. Hoppe, Luminescence imaging of polymer solar cells: Visualization of progressing degradation. Journal of Applied Physics, 2011. 109(6).

65.          Reese, M.O., et al., Consensus stability testing protocols for organic photovoltaic materials and devices. Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, 2011. 95(5): p. 1253-1267.

66.          Rathgeber, S., et al., Correlation between polymer architecture, mesoscale structure and photovoltaic performance in side-chain-modified poly(p-arylene-ethynylene)-alt-poly(p-arylene-vinylene): PCBM bulk-heterojunction solar cells. Polymer, 2011. 52(17): p. 3819-3826.

67.          Kretschmer, F., et al., Donor-acceptor polymer libraries for polymer solar cells. Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society, 2011. 242.

68.          Konkin, A., et al., ESR and LESR X-band study of morphology and charge carrier interaction in blended P3HT-SWCNT and P3HT-PCBM-SWCNT solid thin films. Synthetic Metals, 2011. 161(21-22): p. 2241-2248.

69.          Gevorgyan, S.A., et al., An inter-laboratory stability study of roll-to-roll coated flexible polymer solar modules. Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, 2011. 95(5): p. 1398-1416.

70.          Engmann, S., et al., Ellipsometric Investigation of the Shape of Nanodomains in Polymer/Fullerene Films. Advanced Energy Materials, 2011. 1(4): p. 684-689.

71.          van Bavel, S.S., et al., P3HT/PCBM Bulk Heterojunction Solar Cells: Impact of Blend Composition and 3D Morphology on Device Performance. Advanced Functional Materials, 2010. 20(9): p. 1458-1463.

72.          Renz, J.A., et al., Correlation Between Crystallinity and Solar-Cell Efficiency of the Low-Bandgap Polymer PDDTP. Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics, 2010. 211(15): p. 1689-1694.

73.          Rathgeber, S., et al., Intercorrelation between Structural Ordering and Emission Properties in Photoconducting Polymers. Macromolecules, 2010. 43(1): p. 306-315.

74.          Presselt, M., et al., Subbandgap absorption in polymer-fullerene solar cells. Applied Physics Letters, 2010. 97(25).

75.          Hoppe, H., et al., Quality control of polymer solar modules by lock-in thermography. Journal of Applied Physics, 2010. 107(1).

76.          Egbe, D.A.M., et al., Anthracene Based Conjugated Polymers: Correlation between pi-pi-Stacking Ability, Photophysical Properties, Charge Carrier Mobility, and Photovoltaic Performance. Macromolecules, 2010. 43(3): p. 1261-1269.

77.          Egbe, D.A.M., et al., Improvement in carrier mobility and photovoltaic performance through random distribution of segments of linear and branched side chains. Journal of Materials Chemistry, 2010. 20(43): p. 9726-9734.

78.          Bachmann, J., et al., Organic solar cells characterized by dark lock-in thermography. Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, 2010. 94(4): p. 642-647.

79.          Troshin, P.A., et al., Material Solubility-Photovoltaic Performance Relationship in the Design of Novel Fullerene Derivatives for Bulk Heterojunction Solar Cells. Advanced Functional Materials, 2009. 19(5): p. 779-788.

80.          Renz, J.A., et al., Multiparametric optimization of polymer solar cells: A route to reproducible high efficiency. Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, 2009. 93(4): p. 508-513.

81.          Muhsin, B., et al., Efficient polymer solar cell modules. Synthetic Metals, 2009. 159(21-22): p. 2358-2361.

82.          Muhsin, B., et al., Influence of polymer solar cell geometry on series resistance and device efficiency. Physica Status Solidi a-Applications and Materials Science, 2009. 206(12): p. 2771-2774.

83.          Jadhav, R., et al., Anthracene-containing PPE-PPV copolymers: Effect of side-chain nature and length on photophysical and photovoltaic properties. Physica Status Solidi a-Applications and Materials Science, 2009. 206(12): p. 2695-2699.

84.          Voigt, S., et al., Dynamical optical investigation of polymer/fullerene composite solar cells. Physica Status Solidi B-Basic Solid State Physics, 2008. 245(4): p. 714-719.

85.          Renz, J.A., et al., Fullerene solubility-current density relationship in polymer solar cells. Physica Status Solidi-Rapid Research Letters, 2008. 2(6): p. 263-265.

86.          Hoppe, H. and N.S. Sariciftci, Polymer Solar Cells, in Photoresponsive Polymers Ii, S.R. Marder and K.S. Lee, Editors. 2008, Springer-Verlag Berlin: Berlin. p. 1-86.

87.          Nguyen, L.H., et al., Effects of annealing on the nanomorphology and performance of poly(alkylthiophene): fullerene bulk-heterojunction solar cells. Advanced Functional Materials, 2007. 17(7): p. 1071-1078.

88.          Hoppe, H., S. Shokhovets, and G. Gobsch, Inverse relation between photocurrent and absorption layer thickness in polymer solar cells. Physica Status Solidi-Rapid Research Letters, 2007. 1(1): p. R40-R42.

89.          Zhokhavets, U., et al., Effect of annealing of poly(3-hexylthiophene)/fullerene bulk heterojunction composites on structural and optical properties. Thin Solid Films, 2006. 496(2): p. 679-682.

90.          Hoppe, H. and N.S. Sariciftci, Morphology of polymer/fullerene bulk heterojunction solar cells. Journal of Materials Chemistry, 2006. 16(1): p. 45-61.

91.          Hoppe, H., et al., Efficiency limiting morphological factors of MDMO-PPV : PCBM plastic solar cells. Thin Solid Films, 2006. 511: p. 587-592.

92.          Erb, T., et al., Absorption and crystallinity of poly(3-hexylthiophene)/fullerene blends in dependence on annealing temperature. Thin Solid Films, 2006. 511: p. 483-485.

93.          Egbe, D.A.M., et al., Photophysical, electrochemical and photovoltaic properties of thiophene-containing arylene-ethynylene/arylene-vinylene polymers. Thin Solid Films, 2006. 511: p. 486-488.

94.          Ashraf, R.S., et al., Synthesis and properties of fluorene-based polyheteroarylenes for photovoltaic devices. Journal of Polymer Science Part a-Polymer Chemistry, 2006. 44(24): p. 6952-6961.

95.          Quochi, F., et al., Low-threshold blue lasing in epitaxially grown para-sexiphenyl nanofibers. Journal of Luminescence, 2005. 112(1-4): p. 321-324.

96.          Hoppe, H., et al., Plastic solar cells based on novel PPE-PPV-copolymers. Molecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals, 2005. 426: p. 255-263.

97.          Hoppe, H., et al., Kelvin probe force microscopy study on conjugated polymer/fullerene bulk heterojunction organic solar cells. Nano Letters, 2005. 5(2): p. 269-274.

98.          Hoppe, H., et al., Nano-crystalline fullerene phases in polymer/fullerene bulk-heterojunction solar cells: A transmission electron Microscopy study. Synthetic Metals, 2005. 152(1-3): p. 117-120.

99.          Glatzel, T., et al., Kelvin probe force microscopy study of conjugated polymer/fullerene organic solar cells. Japanese Journal of Applied Physics Part 1-Regular Papers Brief Communications & Review Papers, 2005. 44(7B): p. 5370-5373.

100.        Egbe, D.A.M., et al., Side chain influence on electrochemical and photovoltaic properties of yne-containing poly(phenylene vinylene)s. Macromolecular Rapid Communications, 2005. 26(17): p. 1389-1394.

101.        Drees, M., et al., Stabilization of the nanomorphology of polymer-fullerene "bulk heterojunction'' blends using a novel polymerizable fullerene derivative. Journal of Materials Chemistry, 2005. 15(48): p. 5158-5163.

102.        Drechsel, J., et al., Efficient organic solar cells based on a double p-i-n architecture using doped wide-gap transport layers. Applied Physics Letters, 2005. 86(24).

103.        Andreev, A., et al., Blue emitting self-assembled nano-crystals of para-sexiphenyl grown by hot wall epitaxy. Microelectronics Journal, 2005. 36(3-6): p. 237-240.

104.        Zhokhavets, U., et al., A systematic study of the anisotropic optical properties of thin poly(3-octylthiophene)-films in dependence on growth parameters. Thin Solid Films, 2004. 451: p. 69-73.

105.        Zhokhavets, U., et al., Anisotropic optical properties of thin poly(3-octylthiophene)-films as a function of preparation conditions. Synthetic Metals, 2004. 143(1): p. 113-117.

106.        Maennig, B., et al., Organic p-i-n solar cells. Applied Physics a-Materials Science & Processing, 2004. 79(1): p. 1-14.

107.        Hoppe, H. and N.S. Sariciftci, Organic solar cells: An overview. Journal of Materials Research, 2004. 19(7): p. 1924-1945.

108.        Hoppe, H., et al., Nanoscale morphology of conjugated polymer/fullerene-based bulk-heterojunction solar cells. Advanced Functional Materials, 2004. 14(10): p. 1005-1011.

109.        Hoppe, H., et al., Photovoltaic action of conjugated polymer/fullerene bulk heterojunction solar cells using novel PPE-PPV copolymers. Journal of Materials Chemistry, 2004. 14(23): p. 3462-3467.

110.        Hoppe, H., et al., Modeling of optical absorption in conjugated polymer/fullerene bulk-heterojunction plastic solar cells. Thin Solid Films, 2004. 451: p. 589-592.

111.        Drechsel, J., et al., MIP-type organic solar cells incorporating phthalocyanine/fullerene mixed layers and doped wide-gap transport layers. Organic Electronics, 2004. 5(4): p. 175-186.

112.        Arici, E., et al., Hybrid solar cells based on inorganic nanoclusters and conjugated polymers. Thin Solid Films, 2004. 451: p. 612-618.

113.        Arici, E., et al., Morphology effects in nanocrystalline CuInSe2-conjugated polymer hybrid systems. Applied Physics a-Materials Science & Processing, 2004. 79(1): p. 59-64.

114.        Andreev, A.Y., et al., Morphology and growth kinetics of organic thin films deposited by hot wall epitaxy. Organic Electronics, 2004. 5(1-3): p. 23-27.

115.        Andreev, A., et al., Blue emitting self-assembled nano-fibers of para-sexiphenyl grown by hot wall epitaxy. Physica Status Solidi a-Applied Research, 2004. 201(10): p. 2288-2293.

116.        Loi, M.A., et al., Long-lived photoinduced charge separation for solar cell applications in phthalocyanine-fulleropyrrolidine dyad thin films. Journal of Materials Chemistry, 2003. 13(4): p. 700-704.

117.        Loi, M.A., et al., A fulleropyrrolidine-phthalocyanine dyad for photovoltaic applications. Synthetic Metals, 2003. 137(1-3): p. 1491-1492.

118.        Hoppe, H., et al., Modeling the optical absorption within conjugated polymer/fullerene-based bulk-heterojunction organic solar cells. Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells, 2003. 80(1): p. 105-113.

119.        Andreev, A., et al., Oriented organic semiconductor thin films. Synthetic Metals, 2003. 138(1-2): p. 59-63.

120.        Hoppe, H., N.S. Sariciftci, and D. Meissner, Optical constants of conjugated polymer/fullerene based bulk-heterojunction organic solar cells. Molecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals, 2002. 385: p. 233-239.

121.        Andreev, A., et al., Highly aligned organic semiconductor thin films grown by hot wall epitaxy. Molecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals, 2002. 385: p. 181-190.

122.        Hoppe, H., M. Heuberger, and J. Klein, Self-similarity and pattern selection in the roughening of binary liquid films. Physical Review Letters, 2001. 86(21): p. 4863-4866.