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4 Newest Publications about the topic atomic force microscopes

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Role of Interfacial Interaction in Orientation of Poly(N-isopropylacrylamide) Chains on Silicon Substrate.

24-Jun-2011 | C.-H. Wang; S. Mukherjee; A. K. M. Maidul Islam; Y.-W. Yang; M. Mukherjee, Macromolecules, 2011

Studies of self-assembled PNIPAM films on hydrophilic and hydrophobic substrates that are grown below and above lower critical solution temperature (LCST) have been performed to understand the role of intramolecular and polymer–substrate interactions in self-assembly using near edge X-ray ...

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Parameterization of the chaotic surface relief based on atomic-force microscopic data

21-Feb-2011 | P. I. Misurkin, N. A. Aksenova, P. S. Timashev, V. A. Timofeeva, A. B. Solov’eva, Russian Journal of General Chemistry, 2011

An approach to parameterization of the structure of chaotic surfaces was presented which employs the flicker-noise spectroscopic technique for analyzing the atomic-force microscopy data arrays. This approach implies calculation of the surface relief parameters with the use of the information ...

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Atomic-force microscopy of nickel nanoparticles possessing electrocatalytic properties

25-Nov-2010 | S. A. Ziganshina, D. A. Bizyaev, D. V. Lebedev, A. P. Chuklanov, A. A. Bukharaev, Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry, 2010

Surface morphology of highly oriented pyrolytic graphite with electrodeposited nickel nanoparticles was studied by atomic-force microscopy in the presence and absence of ethanol. Voltammetric and atomic-force microscopic data and histograms of particle size distribution were used to evaluate the ...

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The potential energies of the Na** + He quasi-molecule

22-May-2010 | G. V. Golubkov, M. G. Golubkov, Russian Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2010

The special features of the behavior of the potential energy surfaces of the system comprising a highly excited A** atom and a neutral B atom with a filled electronic shell were thoroughly analyzed. This was done using the integral variant of theory combined with the generalized finite radius ...

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