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 2.1 Integrating inter-molecular forces to estimate the force between a tip and a substrate 1. Lecture 2.1 Integrating inter-… 0
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  • Week 2 Overview 2. Week 2 Overview 60.033333333333331
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  • The Program – integrate molecule-molecule interaction over geometry of interest 3. The Program – integrate mole… 115.43333333333334
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  • What we already know 4. What we already know 178.66666666666666
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  • One molecule interacting with a flat plane 5. One molecule interacting with … 298.16666666666669
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  • Working out the math 6. Working out the math 499.76666666666665
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  • Number Densities of the Elements 7. Number Densities of the Elemen… 661.56666666666672
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  • A sphere interacting with a flat plane 8. A sphere interacting with a fl… 695.43333333333328
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  • From one molecule to a sphere 9. From one molecule to a sphere 769.76666666666665
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  • Order of Magnitude 10. Order of Magnitude 994.26666666666665
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  • Can we do better? 11. Can we do better? 1072.7333333333334
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  • The frequency dependence of the dielectric constant 12. The frequency dependence of th… 1309.2666666666667
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  • The Lifshitz result is useful 13. The Lifshitz result is useful 1467.7666666666667
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  • Typical Values for Hamaker Constants, H 14. Typical Values for Hamaker Con… 1534.3333333333333
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  • Summary 15. Summary 1599.3666666666666
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  • vdW interactions between macroscopic objects depends on geometry 16. vdW interactions between macro… 1637.2
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  • From intermolecular to macroscopic 17. From intermolecular to macrosc… 1684.9666666666667
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  • Up Next: Discussion of the surface energy of a material and its relation to the Hamaker constant 18. Up Next: Discussion of the sur… 1754.0666666666666
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L2.1: Tip-Surface Interactions (Contact) - Hamaker

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