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 2.5: Contact Mechanics 1. Lecture 2.5: Contact Mechanics 0
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  • Action of a point force (Boussinesq, 1885) 2. Action of a point force (Bouss… 77.933333333333337
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  • Action of a punch with circular cross-section 3. Action of a punch with circula… 153.36666666666667
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  • Action of a cone-shaped punch 4. Action of a cone-shaped punch 207.73333333333332
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  • At a microscopic scale, for small indentations. . . . 5. At a microscopic scale, for sm… 256.73333333333335
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  • The basic problem 6. The basic problem 307.5
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  • Need to Develop a Tip-sample Interaction Model 7. Need to Develop a Tip-sample I… 411.53333333333336
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  • elastic, with adhesion in contact region 8. elastic, with adhesion in cont… 511.66666666666669
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  • Surface forces give rise to surface energies 9. Surface forces give rise to su… 629.3
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  • Standard results 10. Standard results 757.76666666666665
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  • JKR Adhesion - consequences 11. JKR Adhesion - consequences 933.16666666666663
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  • Example 12. Example 1067.8
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  • Which contact model to choose? 13. Which contact model to choose? 1270.3333333333333
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  • Validity of different models 14. Validity of different models 1325.6
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  • Transition from DMT to JKR: Maugis-Dugdale Theory 15. Transition from DMT to JKR: Ma… 1407.0666666666666
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  • Up Next: Combining contact mechanics with intermolecular interactions 16. Up Next: Combining contact mec… 1499.5666666666666
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L2.5: Tip-Surface Interactions (Contact) - Contact Mechanics

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