Introduction: H. Kuhn and A. Ulman, Supramolecular Assemblies: Vision and Strategy. Advanced Materials: J.H. Fendler, Oriented Growth of Nanocrystalline Particulate Films at Monolayers: A Colloid Chemical Approach to Advanced Materials. R. Maoz, R. Yam, G. Berkovic, and J. Sagiv, Third-Level Self-Assembly and Beyond: Polar Hybrid Superlattices via Postassembly Intercalation into Noncentrosymmetric Multilayer Matrices of Hydrogen Bonded Silanes. S. Palacin, F. Porteu, and A. Ruaudel-Teixier, Building Two-Dimensional Polymers by the Langmuir-Blodgett Technique. Surface Modification: T.J. McCarthy, T.G. Bee, J.V. Brennan, E.M. Cross, A.J. Dias, N.L. Franchina, K.-W. Lee, and M.S. Shoichet, Polymer Surface Modification. J.M. Calvert, Lithographically Patterned Self-Assembled Films. Recognition at Surfaces: R. Popovitz-Biro, J. Majewski, J.-L. Wang, K. Kjaer, J. Als-Nielsen, L. Leiserowitz, and M. Lahav, Langmuir Films of Amphiphilic Alcohols and Surfaces of Polar Crystals as Templates for Ice Nucleation. S. Steinberg, Y. Tor, A. Shanzer, and I. Rubinstein, Ion-Selective Monolayer Membranes Based on Self-Assembling Tetradentate Ligand Monolayers on Gold Electrodes: Nature of the Ionic Selectivity. D. Leckband and J. Israelachvili, Specific Recognition at Functionalized Interfaces: Direct Force Measurements of Biomolecular Interactions. T. Schwinn, S.-P. Heyn, M. Egger, and H.E. Gaub, Formation of Recognition Patterns by Langmuir-Blodgett Techniques. Electronic Properties: M. Fujihira, Photoinduced Electron Transfer in Monolayer Assemblies and Its Application to Artificial Photosynthesis and Molecular Devices. T. Miyasaka, Photoelectric Behavior of Bacteriorhodopsin Thin Films at the Solid/Liquid Interface. M. Orrit and J. Bernard, Hole-Burning Spectroscopy of Dye-Doped Lan
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