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  1. Book Chapters

  2. 1.Micro-Fuel Cells

            J.L. Hertz and H.L. Tuller, in Microfabricated Power Generation Devices, editors: P.I. Barton and A. Mitsos, Wiley-VCH (2009)


  1. Journal Articles

  2. 1.Mechanical and structural characterization of sputtered fluoropolymer films from PTFE targets

            P. Zandona, D.L. Burris, J.L. Hertz, in preparation

  1. 2.A precise, low-parameter physical model of the complex impedance of a thin film ion conductor with surface electrodes

            B. McNealy, J. Jiang, J.L. Hertz, in preparation

  1. 3.Ionic conductivity of YSZ/CZO multilayers with variable lattice mismatch

            W. Shen, J.L. Hertz, submitted

  1. 4.Beneficial lattice strain in heterogeneously doped ceria

            W. Shen, J.L. Hertz, submitted

  1. 5.Proton conduction in ultrathin dense YSZ thin films

            J. Jiang, J.L. Hertz, submitted

  1. 6.Using thin films to investigate heterogeneous defect chemistry

            W. Shen, J. Jiang, J.L. Hertz, Journal of Electroceramics, (in press)

  1. 7.Reduced ionic conductivity in biaxially compressed ceria

            W. Shen, J. Jiang, J.L. Hertz, RSC Advances, 4, p. 21625 (2014)

  1. 8.Zn, Ga, and Ca substituted transition-metal-free oxides with K2NiF4 structure

            N. Ye, A. Hasbani, J. Jiang, J.L. Hertz, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 2, p. 7563 (2014)

  1. 9.Microstructure and ionic conductivity of yttria-stabilized zirconia thin films deposited on MgO

            J. Jiang, X. Hu, N. Ye, J.L. Hertz, Journal of the American Ceramic Society, 97, p. 1131 (2014)

  1. 10.On the variability of reported ionic conductivity of nanoscale YSZ thin films

            J. Jiang, J.L. Hertz, Journal of Electroceramics, 32, p. 37 (2014)

  1. 11.On the use of the constant phase element to understand variation in grain boundary properties

            B.E. McNealy, J.L. Hertz, Solid State Ionics, 256, p. 52 (2014)

  1. 12.Two-dimensional vacancy trapping in yttria-doped ceria

            W. Shen, J. Jiang, C. Ni, Z. Voras, T.P. Beebe, J.L. Hertz, Solid State Ionics, 255, p. 13 (2014)

  1. 13.The effects of substrate surface structure on yttria-stabilized zirconia thin films

            J. Jiang, D. Clark, W. Shen, J.L. Hertz, Applied Surface Science, 293, p. 191 (2014)

  1. 14.Creation of ionic defects in transition-metal-free oxides with K2NiF4 structure

            N. Ye, J.L. Hertz, Acta Materialia, 63, p. 123 (2014)

  1. 15.Extended Poisson-Nernst-Planck modeling of membrane blockage via insoluble reaction products

            B.E. McNealy, J.L. Hertz, Journal of Mathematical Chemistry, 52, p. 430 (2014)

  1. 16.Structure and ionic conductivity of nanoscale gadolinia-doped ceria thin films

            J. Jiang, W. Shen, J.L. Hertz, Solid State Ionics, 249-250, p. 139 (2013)

  1. 17.Improved ionic conductivity in strained yttria-stabilized zirconia thin films

            J. Jiang, X. Hu, W. Shen, C. Ni, J.L. Hertz, Applied Physics Letters, 102, 143901 (2013)

  1. 18.Numerical modeling of a non-flooding hybrid polymer electrolyte fuel cell

            B.E. McNealy, J.L. Hertz, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 38, p. 5357 (2013)

  1. 19.Measurement of the surface exchange and diffusion coefficients of thin film LaCoO3 and SrCoOx

            E. Fischer, W. Shen, J.L. Hertz, Journal of Electroceramics, 29, p. 262 (2012)

  1. 20.Fabrication of epitaxial zirconia and ceria thin films with arbitrary dopant and host atom composition

            J. Jiang, W. Shen, J.L. Hertz, Thin Solid Films, 522, p. 66 (2012)

  1. 21.Measurability of the diffusion and surface exchange coefficients using isotope exchange with thin film and traditional samples

            E. Fischer, J.L. Hertz, Solid State Ionics, 218, p. 18 (2012)

  1. 22.Combinatorial characterization of chemiresistive films using microhotplate platforms

            J.L. Hertz, D. Lahr, S. Semancik, IEEE Sensors Journal, 12, p. 1459 (2012)

  1. 23.A non-flooding hybrid polymer electrolyte fuel cell

            W. Shen, A.K. Prasad, J.L. Hertz, Electrochemical and Solid-State Letters, 14, p. B121 (2011)

  1. 24.Packing and size determination of colloidal nanoclusters

            L.F. Pease, D.-H. Tsai, R.A. Zangmeister, J.L. Hertz, M.R. Zachariah, M.J. Tarlov, Langmuir, 26, p. 11384 (2010)

  1. 25.A combinatorial study of thin film process variables using microhotplates

            D. Lahr, J.L. Hertz, S. Semancik, Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems, 19, p. 239 (2010)

  1. 26.Nonlinear thermomechanical design of microfabricated thin plate devices in the post-buckling regime

            N. Yamamoto, D.J. Quinn, N. Wicks, J.L. Hertz, J. Cui, H.L. Tuller, B. Wardle, Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering, 20,

            035027 (2010)

  1. 27.Highly enhanced electrochemical performance of silicon-free platinum/yttria stabilized zirconia interfaces

            J.L. Hertz, A. Rothschild, H.L. Tuller, Journal of Electroceramics, 22, p. 428 (2009)

  1. 28.Enhanced ionic conductivity and phase meta-stability of nano-sized thin film yttria-doped zirconia

            W.C. Jung, J.L. Hertz, H.L.Tuller, Acta Materialia, 57, p. 1399 (2009)

  1. 29.Fabrication and gas sensing performance of parallel assemblies of metal-oxide nanotubes supported by porous aluminum oxide membranes

            R. Artzi-Gerlitz, K.D. Benkstein, D.L. Lahr, J.L. Hertz, C.B. Montgomery, J.E. Bonevich, S. Semancik, M.J. Tarlov, Sensors and

            Actuators B, 136, p. 257 (2009)

  1. 30.Bioinspired methodology for artificial olfaction

            B. Raman, J.L. Hertz, K. D. Benkstein, S. Semancik, Analytical Chemistry, 80, p. 8364 (2008)

  1. 31.Opportunities and challenges in materials development for thin film solid oxide fuel cells

            S.J. Litzelman, J.L. Hertz, W.C. Jung, H.L. Tuller, Fuel Cells, 8, p. 294 (2008)

  1. 32.Fabrication and electrochemical characterization of planar Pt-CGO microstructures

            A. Bieberle-Hütter, J.L. Hertz, H.L. Tuller, Acta Materialia, 56, p. 177 (2008)

  1. 33.Measurement and finite element modeling of triple phase boundary-related current constriction in YSZ

            J.L. Hertz and H.L. Tuller, Solid State Ionics, 178, p. 915 (2007)

  1. 34.Nanocomposite platinum-yttria stabilized zirconia electrode and implications for micro solid oxide fuel cell operation

            J.L. Hertz and H.L. Tuller, Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 154, p. B413 (2007)

  1. 35.Three dimensional arrays of hollow gadolinia-doped ceria microspheres prepared by R.F. magnetron sputtering employing PMMA microsphere templates

            T. Hyodo, A. Bieberle-Hütter, J.L. Hertz, H.L. Tuller, Journal of Electroceramics, 17, p. 695 (2006)

  1. 36.Electrochemical characterization of thin films for a micro-solid oxide fuel cell

            J.L. Hertz and H.L. Tuller, Journal of Electroceramics, 13, p. 663 (2004)

  1. 37.Microstructural features of RF-sputtered SOFC anode and electrolyte materials

            G.J. La O, J.L. Hertz, H.L. Tuller, Y. Shao-Horn, Journal of Electroceramics, 13, p. 691 (2004)

  1. 38.Fabrication and structural characterization of self-supporting electrolyte membranes for a micro-solid oxide fuel cell

            C.D. Baertsch, K.F. Jensen, J.L. Hertz, H.L. Tuller, S.T. Vengallatore, S.M. Spearing, M.A. Schmidt, Journal of Materials Research, 19,

            p. 2604 (2004)


  1. Patents and Disclosures

  2. 1.Fluorinated Carbon Coatings

            D.L. Burris and J.L. Hertz, Provisional US patent application 61 / 364,585

  1. 2.Non-flooding Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell

            J.L. Hertz and W. Shen, International patent application PCT/US 2011/062010

  1. 3.Materials and Devices for Control of Solid State Ionic Motion

            J.L. Hertz, Provisional US patent application 61 / 233,266

  1. 4.A hierarchical methodology for training and data analysis of chemical sensor arrays

            B. Raman, J.L. Hertz and S. Semancik, NIST disclosure 08-023

  1. 5.Physical Vapor Deposited Nano-Composites for Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Electrodes

            J.L. Hertz and H.L. Tuller, US patent application 20090169942

  1. 6.Micro Fuel Cell

            J.L. Hertz and H.L. Tuller, US Patent 7,871,734


  1. Conference Proceedings

  2. 1.Nanoengineered model systems for solid oxide fuel cells

            W. Shen, J. Jiang, J.L. Hertz, Abstracts Of Papers Of The American Chemical Society, Vol. 245, Abstract 824-ENFL (2013)

  1. 2.Detailed numerical modeling of a hybrid polymer electrolyte fuel cell

            B.E. McNealy, J.L. Hertz, Electrochemical Society Transactions, Vol. 50(2), p. 137 (2013)

  1. 3.Odor recognition vs. classification in artificial olfaction

            B. Raman, J.L. Hertz, K. Benkstein, S. Semancik, in Olfaction and Electronic Nose, American Institute of Physics Proceedings, Vol.

            1362, p. 69 (2011)

  1. 4.Non-flooding hybrid polymer fuel cell

            W. Shen, F.-Y. Zhang, A. Prasad, J. Hertz, Electrochemical Society Transactions, Vol. 33(1), p. 2011 (2010)

  1. 5.Generating and using data of higher dimension for gas-phase chemical sensing

            B. Raman, J.L. Hertz, K.D. Benkstein, D.C. Meier, C.S. Mungle, S. Semancik, Electrochemical Society Transactions, Vol. 19(6), p.

            255 (2009)

  1. 6.Relative resistance chemical sensors built on microhotplate platforms

            J.L. Hertz, C. Montgomery, D. Lahr, S. Semancik, in Microelectromechanical Systems—Materials and Devices, Materials Research

            Society Proceedings, Vol. 1052, p. 1052-DD05-03 (2007)

  1. 7.Characterization of the electrochemical performance of YSZ thin films with nanometer-sized grain structure

            J.L. Hertz, A. Bieberle, H.L. Tuller, in MIT-Tohoku Joint Workshop on Nano-Science in Energy Technology, p. O-11-1 (2004)

  1. 8.Preparation of macroporous noble metal films by R.F. magnetron sputtering for electrochemical device applications

            T. Hyodo, J.L. Hertz, H.L. Tuller, in Chemical Sensors VI: Chemical and Biological Sensors and Analytical Methods, Electrochemical

            Society Proceedings, Vol. 2004-08, p. 10 (2004)

  1. 9.Progress towards an all thin film fuel cell for portable power generation

            J.L. Hertz, J. Lappalainen, D. Kek, T. Stefanik, H.L. Tuller, in Micropower and Microdevices, Electrochemical Society Proceedings, Vol.

            2002-25, p. 137 (2002)