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By Ricardo Garcia

ISBN-10: 3527408347

ISBN-13: 9783527408344

Filling a niche within the literature, this publication positive aspects in-depth discussions on amplitude modulation AFM, delivering an outline of the speculation, instrumental issues and purposes of the process in either academia and undefined. As such, it contains examples from fabric technology, smooth condensed subject, molecular biology, and biophysics, between others. The textual content is written in one of these approach as to allow readers from assorted backgrounds and degrees of workmanship to discover the data compatible for his or her wishes.

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The short range region involves forces within 1 nm from the tip and sample uppermost atoms, while the long range region extends several nanometers above the sample surface. A practical description of the common forces to be encountered in a typical amplitude modulation AFM experiment in either air or liquid follows in the next section. 2 Van der Waals Forces The universal character of long range interactions of van der Waals type between objects arises from the existing electromagnetic field fluctuations.

The usefulness of numerical simulations is also underlined. The most complicated aspects of the point mass model such as the nonlinear dynamics properties and the self excitation modes (Q control) together with the introduction of the continuous beam equation (Euler Bernoulli) are discussed in Chapter 5. The theory for operation in liquid is presented in Chapter 6. Amplitude Modulation Atomic Force Microscopy. Ricardo García Copyright Ó 2010 WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co. 2 Equation of Motion Establishing the equation of motion of the vibrating cantilever tip system is the starting point of any theoretical description of the amplitude modulation AFM.

However, different intermolecular, surface, and macroscopic effects give rise to interactions with distinctive distance and geometry dependencies. In the absence of external fields, the dominant forces in air are van der Waals interactions, short range repulsive interac tions, and adhesion and capillary forces. In liquid, the solid liquid interfaces together with the presence of ions and electrolytes give rise to the presence of additional forces such as the electric double layer and the solvation forces.

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