High-speed atomic force microscopy of dental enamel dissolution in citric acid.

@article{Pyne2009HighspeedAF,
  title={High-speed atomic force microscopy of dental enamel dissolution in citric acid.},
  author={Alice L. B. Pyne and W. Marks and Loren M Picco and Peter G Dunton and A. Ul{\vc}inas and Michele E Barbour and Si{\^a}n B Jones and J. Gimzewski and Mervyn J Miles},
  journal={Archives of histology and cytology},
  year={2009},
  volume={72 4-5},
  pages={
          209-15
        }
}
High-speed atomic force microscopy (HS AFM) in 'contact' mode was used to image at video rate the surfaces of both calcium hydroxyapatite samples, often used as artificial dental enamel in such experiments, and polished actual bovine dental enamel in both neutral and acidic aqueous environments. The image in each frame of the video of the sample was a few micrometers square, and the high-speed scan window was panned across the sample in real time to examine larger areas. Conventional AFM images… Expand
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