Atomic contributions to friction and load for tip – self-assembled monolayers interactions

@inproceedings{Knippenberg2008AtomicCT,
  title={Atomic contributions to friction and load for tip – self-assembled monolayers interactions},
  author={M. Todd Knippenberg and Paul T. Mikulski and Brett I. Dunlap and Judith A. Harrison},
  year={2008}
}
Scanning force microscopies SFM are being routinely used to examine the mechanical and tribological properties of materials with the goal of obtaining information, such as Young’s Moduli and shear strengths from the experimental data Unertl, J. Vac. Sci. Technol. A 17, 1779 1999 . Analysis of data obtained from an SFM experiment typically requires the use of continuum mechanics models to extract materials properties. When applying these models care must be taken to ensure that the experimental… CONTINUE READING

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