Publications

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 49 “Measurement of the Second Harmonic Response from Ag(111) at the Long-Wavelength Limit”, E.K.L. Wong, K.A. Friedrich and G.L. Richmond, Chem. Phys. Lett., 195 (628- 632) l992.
 48 “Observation of Electronic Structure at the Metal/Electrolyte and Metal/Vacuum Interface by Second Harmonic Generation”, R. Bradley, R. Georgiadis, S. D. Kevan and G. L. Richmond, J. Vac. Sci. Tech., 10 (2996-3000) l992.
 47 “Comments on “Women in Science”” D. R. Rolison, P. A. Thiel, A. M. Stacy, G. L. Richmond, J. K. Rice, J. E. Pemberton, J. G. Osteryoung, W. E. O’Grady, R. J. Nowak, R. L. Lichter, Science, 256 (1614) l992.
 46 “Comparison of Cu(111) in Aqueous Electrolytes and in Ultrahigh Vacuum: An Optical Second Harmonic Generation Study”, E. K. L. Wong, A. Friedrich, J. M. Robinson, R. Bradley and G.L. Richmond, J. Vac. Sci. Tech., 10 (2985-3000) l992.
 45 “Letter to the Editor”, G.L. Richmond, Science, 79 (256) l992.
 44 Comment on “Ag(111) Surface Reconstruction Studied by Optical Second Harmonic Generation”, R. Georgiadis, R. A. Bradley and G. L. Richmond, Phys. Rev. Lett., 69 (989- 990) l992.
 43 “Structure and Stability of Underpotentially Deposited Layers on Au(111) Studied by Optical Second Harmonic Generation”, D. A. Koos and G. L. Richmond, J. Phys. Chem., 96 (3770-3775) l992.
 42 “Second Harmonic Generation and Surface Structure of Electrodes”, G. L. Richmond, in Advances in Electrochemical Science and Engineering, C.W. Tobias and H. Gerischer, eds., VCH, Vol. 2, l991, p 142.
 41 “Investigations of Electrochemical Interfaces by Nonlinear Optical Methods”, G. L. Richmond, in In-situ Studies of Electrochemical Interfaces, H. Abruña, ed., VCH Verlag Chemical, l991, p 267-338.
 40 “SHG and the Single Crystal Electrode Surface”, G. L. Richmond, Spectroscopy International, 3 (18-21) l991.
 39 “Picosecond Studies of Photowashing on GaAs”, J. Kauffman and G. L. Richmond, Appl. Phys. Lett., 59 (561-563) 1991.
 38 “A Comparative Second Harmonic Study of Cu(111) in UHV and in Solution”, R. Bradley, E. K. L. Wong, A. Friedrich and G. L. Richmond, J. Electroanal. Chem., 309 (319-323) l991.
 37 “Anionic Adsorption on the Surface of Polycrystalline Copper by Optical Second Harmonic Generation”, Gaodeng Zueziao Huaxue Zuebao, 11 (863) l990.
 36 “Phase Measurements of Optical Second Harmonic Generation on Au(111) during Thallium Underpotential Deposition”, D. A. Koos and G. L. Richmond, J. Chem. Phys., 93 (869-871) 1991.
 35 “Wavelength Dependent Second Harmonic Generation from Ag(111) in Solution”, R. Georgiadis and G. L. Richmond, J. Phys. Chem. 95 (2895-2899) l991.
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 33 “Effect of Optical Resonances on the SH Response from Ag(111) and Ag(110) in Solution”, R. Georgiadis, G. A. Neff and G. L. Richmond, J. Chem. Phys., 92 (4623-4625) l990.
 32 “Optical Second Harmonic Generation as a Probe of Electrode Surface Phenomena”, G. L. Richmond, in Electroanalytical Chemistry, A.J. Bard, ed.,Vol. 17, Marcel Dekker, New
York, 1991, pp 87-180.
 31 “Comparative Studies of the Silver/Aqueous Electrolyte Interface by Photoacoustic and Nonlinear Optical Techniques”, P. Chu and G.L. Richmond, J. Electroanal. Chem., 296 (203-219) l990.
 30 “An Optical Second Harmonic Generation Study of Thallium Underpotential Deposition on Au(111)”, D. Koos and G. L. Richmond, J. Electrochem. Soc., 136 (218C-220C) l989.
 29 “Time Resolved Measurements of the Electrodeposition of Thallium on Silver Electrodes by Optical Second Harmonic Generation”, J. M. Robinson and G. L. Richmond, Chem. Phys., 141 (175-188) l990.
 28 “Time Resolved Second Harmonic Generation Studies of Double Layer Restructuring: Sulfate Adsorption and Desorption on a Polycrystalline Silver Electrode” J. M. Robinson and G. L. Richmond, Electrochim. Acta, 34 (1639-1645) l990.
 27 “Rotational Anisotropy in the Second Harmonic Response from Cu(111) in Aqueous Solution”, V. L. Shannon, D. A. Koos, S. A. Kellar, P. Huifang and G. L. Richmond, J. Phys. Chem., 93 (6434-6440) l989.
 26 “Anisotropic Nonlinear Optical Response From Silver Electrodes During Thin Film Deposition”, D.A. Koos, V.L. Shannon and G.L. Richmond, J. Phys. Chem., 94 (2091- 2098) l990.
 25 “Characterization of the Ag/Aqueous Electrolyte Interface by Optical Second Harmonic Generation and Differential Capacitance”, H. M. Rojhantalab and G. L. Richmond, J. Phys. Chem., 93 (3269-3275) l989.
 24 “Optical Second Harmonic Generation: A New Probe of Structure and Dynamics at the Solid/Liquid Interface”, V.L. Shannon, J.M. Robinson and G.L. Richmond, Spectroscopy, 3 (44-49) 1988.
 23 “Second Harmonic Generation Studies of Interfacial Structure and Dynamics”, G. L. Richmond, J.M. Robinson and V.L. Shannon, Prog. Surf. Sci., 28 (1-70) 1988.
 22 “In Situ Characterization of Interfacial Phenomena by Optical Second Harmonic Generation”, V.L. Shannon, D.A. Koos, J.M. Robinson and G.L. Richmond, Chemically Modified Surfaces, Gordon and Breach, New York, Vol. 2, 1988, p 485.
 21 “Metal Binding Properties of Nafion Membrane as Studied by Laser Excitation Spectroscopy”, E. K. Wong and G. L. Richmond, Appl. Spectroscopy, 42 (293-295) 1988.
 20 “Optical Second Harmonic Generation as an In-Situ Probe of Electrode Surface Dynamics. Ag(111)”, V. L. Shannon, D. A. Koos, J. M. Robinson and G. L. Richmond, Chem. Phys. Lett., 142 (323-328) 1987.
 19 “Changes in the Second Harmonic Rotational Anisotropy for a Ag(111) Electrode as a Function of Bias Potential”, V.L. Shannon, D.A. Koos and G.L. Richmond, J. Phys. Chem., 91 (5548-5551) 1987.
 18 “Nonlinear Optical Studies of Semiconductor Interfacial Properties”, J. M. Robinson and G.L. Richmond, in Advances in Laser Science-II, M. Lapp and G.A. Kenney-Wallace, eds. (Am. Inst. of Physics, NY l987).
 17 “SHG and Differential Capacitance Studies of Smooth Silver Electrode-Aqueous Electrolytes”, H. M. Rojhantalab and G. L.Richmond, in Advances in Laser Science-II, M. Lapp and G.A. Kenney-Wallace, eds. (Am. Inst. of Physics, NY l987).
 16 “Laser Excitation Spectroscopic Studies of Metal Ion Binding in Polymers”, E.K.L. Wong and G. L. Richmond, in Advances in Laser Science-II, M. Lapp and G. A. Kenney- Wallace, eds. (Am. Inst. of Physics, NY l987).
 15 “Second Harmonic Generation for In-Situ Analysis of Electrode Surface Structure”, V.L. Shannon, D. A. Koos and G. L. Richmond, Appl. Optics, 26 (3579-3583) l987.
 14 “Monitoring Surface Structure and Interfacial Properties via Second Harmonic Generation”, J. M. Robinson, H. M. Rojhantalab, V. L. Shannon, D. A. Koos and G. L. Richmond, Pure Appl. Chem., 59 (1263-1268) l987.
 13 “The Observation of Rotational Anisotropy in the Second Harmonic Intensity from a Ag(111) Electrode”, V. L. Shannon, D. A. Koos and G. L. Richmond, J. Chem. Phys., 87 (1440-1441) l987.
 12 “Experiments on Optical Second Harmonic Generation as a Surface Probe of Electrodes”, G.L. Richmond, H.M. Rojhantalab, J.M. Robinson and V.L. Shannon, J. Opt. Soc. Amer. B, 4 (228-236) 1986.
 11 “Characterization of the Silver-Aqueous Electrolyte Interface by Optical Second Harmonic Generation”, G. L. Richmond, Langmuir, 2 (132-139) 1986.
 10 “Adsorption of Ions on Smooth and Roughened Silver Surfaces: A Comparative Study by Optical Second Harmonic Generation”, G. L. Richmond, Chem. Phys Lett., 113 (359- 363) 1985.
 9 “Laser Spectroscopic Studies of Metal Ion Binding in Concanavalin A”, G. L. Richmond, J. Maule-Schmidt, P. Chu, and S. Emlen, Proc. Inter. Conf. Lasers, 1985, p 424-429.
 8 “Optical Second Harmonic Generation as a Probe of Ion Adsorption at Electrochemical Interfaces”, G.L. Richmond, Proc. Inter. Conf. Lasers, 1985, p 248-254.
 7 “Optical Second Harmonic Generation as a Surface Probe of Silver Electrodes”, G. L. Richmond, Surf. Sci., 147 (115-126) 1984.
 6 “Second Harmonic Generation Studies of Anionic Adsorption on Polycrystalline and Single Crystal Electrode Surfaces by SHG”, G. L. Richmond, Chem. Phys. Lett., 110 (571-575) 1984.
 5 “Second Harmonic Generation As a Probe of Sulfate Ions Adsorbed on Silver Electrodes”, G. L. Richmond, Chem. Phys. Lett., 106 (26-29) 1984.
 4 “HF Rotational Laser Emission from the ClF/H2 Reaction: Time Evolution of the Gain”, G. L. Richmond and G. C. Pimentel, J. Chem. Phys., 80 (1162-1170) 1984.
 3 “Vibrational Energy Transfer Probabilities of Highly Vibrationally Excited Fluoroethane and 1,2-Difluoroethane Molecules”, G. Richmond and D.W. Setser, J. Phys. Chem., 84 (2699) l980.
 2 “The Structure of the [C6H6O].bul.+ ion: An Ion Kinetic Energy Spectrometry Study”,
M. K. Hoffman, M. D. Friesen and G. Richmond, Org. Mass Spectrom., 12 (150-160) 1977.
 1 “Spectrophotometric-Kinetic Determination of Thio Ketones, G. Richmond, C. Rainey, C. E. Meloan, Anal. Lett., 9 (105-107) 1976.

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