nanoHUB-U: Fundamentals of Atomic Force Microscopy, Part 1: Fundamental Aspects of AFM

nanoHUB-U: Fundamentals of Atomic Force Microscopy, Part 1: Fundamental Aspects of AFM

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  • Lecture 1.1: IntraMolecular Interactions Distinguish between IntraMolecular and InterMolecular 1. Lecture 1.1: IntraMolecular In… 0
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  • This course is about the Atomic Force Microscope 2. This course is about the Atomi… 63.56666666666667
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  • Week 1 3. Week 1 224.76666666666668
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  • The Origin of Intramolecular Interactions is Electrostatic: Coulomb’s Law – Classical Picture 4. The Origin of Intramolecular I… 296.4
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  • Energy Is Required to Assemble Charges 5. Energy Is Required to Assemble… 382.66666666666669
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  • Electrostatic Potential Energy is a signed quantity 6. Electrostatic Potential Energy… 574.8
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  • IntraMolecular (within a molecule) Electrostatic Potential 7. IntraMolecular (within a molec… 722.5
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  • IntraMolecular Forces Lead to Chemical Bonding (where are the electrons?) 8. IntraMolecular Forces Lead to … 954.16666666666663
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  • Electronegativity – measures the ability of an atom in a molecule to attract electrons L. Pauling - 1930s 9. Electronegativity – measures… 1076.7666666666667
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  • Simple examples of non-(di)polar covalent and (di)polar covalent molecules 10. Simple examples of non-(di)pol… 1180.2666666666667
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  • Molecular dipole moments – the general case 11. Molecular dipole moments – t… 1261.4666666666667
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  • InterMolecular Interactions 12. InterMolecular Interactions 1366.3666666666666
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  • Classifying InterMolecular Interactions 13. Classifying InterMolecular Int… 1411
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L1.1: Tip-Surface Interactions (Non-Contact) - IntraMolecular Interactions

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