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 1.6: The Most General Inter-Molecular Force: The London Dispersion Force 1. Lecture 1.6: The Most General … 0
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  • This Lecture: Intermolecular Interactions Between Non-polar Molecules 2. This Lecture: Intermolecular I… 38.266666666666666
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  • Motivation 3. Motivation 64.533333333333331
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  • Interaction potential energy between two non-polar molecules – Dispersion Forces 4. Interaction potential energy b… 136
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  • Untitled, Slide 5 5. Untitled, Slide 5 400.83333333333331
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  • Untitled, Slide 6 6. Untitled, Slide 6 546.6
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  • For dissimilar molecules with ionization energies 7. For dissimilar molecules with … 763.5
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  • Dispersion Forces: State of the Art Electronic-structure Calculation 8. Dispersion Forces: State of th… 835.26666666666665
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  • Modifications required for solids? 9. Modifications required for sol… 924.76666666666665
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  • Dispersion Forces - comments 10. Dispersion Forces - comments 1018.2666666666667
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  • Summary - van der Waals Forces 11. Summary - van der Waals Forces 1112.0666666666666
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  • What it means 12. What it means 1238.7666666666667
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  • Simple Molecules 13. Simple Molecules 1343.9666666666667
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  • Comparing theory and experiment 14. Comparing theory and experimen… 1372.3333333333333
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  • Summary of Coulombic Intermolecular Forces 15. Summary of Coulombic Intermole… 1419.0666666666666
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  • Next up, the interaction between a tip and a substrate 16. Next up, the interaction betwe… 1504.7
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L1.6: Tip-Surface Interactions (Non-Contact) - InterMolecular Interactions: Dispersion Force

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