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 2.4: Elasticity of Materials 1. Lecture 2.4: Elasticity of Mat… 0
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  • Nanomechanics - what happens at contact? 2. Nanomechanics - what happens a… 52.466666666666669
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  • External Forces Deform Solids 3. External Forces Deform Solids 216.13333333333333
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  • Young’s Modulus of the Elements 4. Young’s Modulus of the Eleme… 373.96666666666664
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  • Young’s Modulus by material class 5. Young’s Modulus by material … 428.53333333333336
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  • Young’s Modulus – various materials 6. Young’s Modulus – various … 499.1
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  • A normal stress produces strains in lateral directions 7. A normal stress produces strai… 551.63333333333333
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  • Poisson's Ratio for the Elements 8. Poisson's Ratio for the Elemen… 635.43333333333328
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  • Poisson's Ratio by material class 9. Poisson's Ratio by material cl… 666.8
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  • Example: A cube of material 25 mm on a side 10. Example: A cube of material 25… 722.56666666666672
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  • Microscopic Model for Young’s Modulus 11. Microscopic Model for Young’… 868.23333333333335
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  • Correlation with atomic interaction potentials (Lennard-Jones) 12. Correlation with atomic intera… 1026.3666666666666
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  • Near z=ao, an atom will obey Hook’s Law 13. Near z=ao, an atom will obey H… 1135.6
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  • Example: for Au atoms 14. Example: for Au atoms 1233.4
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  • Up Next: An Introduction to Contact Mechanics 15. Up Next: An Introduction to Co… 1319.8666666666666
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L2.4: Tip-Surface Interactions (Contact) - Elasticity of Materials

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