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The nonlinear dynamic response of atomic force microscopy cantilevers tapping on a sample is discussed through theoretical, computational, and experimental analysis. Experimental measurements are presented for the frequency response of a specific microcantilever-sample system to demonstrate the nonlinear features, including multiple jump phenomena leading(More)
If searching for a ebook Coherent Raman Scattering Microscopy (Series in Cellular and Clinical Imaging) in pdf format, in that case you come on to the loyal website. We presented utter edition of this ebook in DjVu, PDF, txt, ePub, doc formats. You can read online Coherent Raman Scattering Microscopy (Series in Cellular and Clinical Imaging) or download.(More)
Dynamic force microscopy (DFM) utilizes the dynamic response of a resonating probe tip as it approaches and retracts from a sample to measure the topography and material properties of a nanostructure. We present recent results based on nonlinear dynamical systems theory, computational continuation techniques and detailed experiments that yield new(More)
Parametric resonance underpins the physics of swings, resonant surface waves, and particle traps. There is increasing interest in its potential applications in atomic force microscopy ͑AFM͒. In this paper, the dynamics of parametrically resonant microcantilevers for high sensitivity imaging and force spectroscopy applications is investigated theoretically.(More)
We propose a mode of dynamic scanning probe microscopy based on parametric resonance for highly sensitive nanoscale imaging and force spectroscopy. In this mode the microcantilever probe is excited by means of a closed-loop electronic circuit that modulates the microcantilever stiffness at a frequency close to twice its natural resonance frequency. Under(More)
A microresonator concept based on 1:2 internal resonance between the modes of the resonator is explored in this study. The response of the structure under electrostatic actuation is computed and the simulated currents at the input and output ports are presented. Results show that the output current for the T-beam is non-zero for a very small band of(More)
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