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 4.6: Lateral Force Microscopy (LFM) 1. Lecture 4.6: Lateral Force Mic… 0
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  • Friction 2. Friction 82.6
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  • Lateral Force Microscopy 3. Lateral Force Microscopy 180.43333333333334
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  • Twisting a Cantilever 4. Twisting a Cantilever 325.7
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  • Spring Constants for Lateral Force 5. Spring Constants for Lateral F… 530.9
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  • Comparing Spring Constants 6. Comparing Spring Constants 584.16666666666663
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  • Assuming a perfectly isotropic and homogenous material, G is related to E by 7. Assuming a perfectly isotropic… 607.4
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  • Two Issues in Lateral Force Microscopy 8. Two Issues in Lateral Force Mi… 701.3
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  • Accounting for All the Forces 9. Accounting for All the Forces 801.23333333333335
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  • Uncalibrated Frictional Force Maps 10. Uncalibrated Frictional Force … 895.16666666666663
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  • The lateral forces can be large 11. The lateral forces can be larg… 980.4
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  • How to Generate a Known Lateral Force? 12. How to Generate a Known Latera… 1061.9333333333334
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  • Lateral Signal vs. Loading Force 13. Lateral Signal vs. Loading For… 1143.1
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  • Calibration relies on many assumptions 14. Calibration relies on many ass… 1249.9333333333334
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  • The Friction Loop 15. The Friction Loop 1366.7666666666667
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  • Friction Loops on Sloped Surfaces 16. Friction Loops on Sloped Surfa… 1467.1333333333334
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  • Alignment of photodiode is important 17. Alignment of photodiode is imp… 1516
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  • Atomic scale friction: Stick/Slip 18. Atomic scale friction: Stick/S… 1629.1
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  • Up Next: Week 5 - VEDA Simulations 19. Up Next: Week 5 - VEDA Simulat… 1707.5
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L4.6: Force Spectroscopy - Lateral Force Microscopy (LFM)

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