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 5.2: Force-Distance Simulations with VEDA: JKR Model Tip radius Hertz Model 1. Lecture 5.2: Force-Distance Si… 0
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  • VEDA has a number of examples preloaded 2. VEDA has a number of examples … 68.13333333333334
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  • JKR approach and retract curves 3. JKR approach and retract curve… 162.63333333333333
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  • Zoom in on features of interest 4. Zoom in on features of interes… 269.5
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  • Plot after enlarging 5. Plot after enlarging 284.63333333333333
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  • Example 1: 6. Example 1: 355.73333333333335
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  • Cantilever Deflection vs. z 7. Cantilever Deflection vs. z 460.7
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  • Example 2: 8. Example 2: 586.4
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  • Echo Input File 9. Echo Input File 704.3
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  • Force vs. z 10. Force vs. z 810.33333333333337
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  • Does the observed cantilever deflection depend on elastic modulus of the sample? 11. Does the observed cantilever d… 916.66666666666663
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  • Indentation vs z (vary Esample) 12. Indentation vs z (vary Esample… 1043.4
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  • Up Next: Contact Mode Scanning 13. Up Next: Contact Mode Scanning 1130.1
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L5.2: Computer Simulations using VEDA - Force-Distance Simulations II

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