Iterative control approach to high-speed force-distance curve measurement using AFM: time-dependent response of PDMS example.

@article{Kim2008IterativeCA,
  title={Iterative control approach to high-speed force-distance curve measurement using AFM: time-dependent response of PDMS example.},
  author={Kyong-Soo Kim and Zhiqun Lin and Pranav Shrotriya and Sriram Sundararajan and Qingze Zou},
  journal={Ultramicroscopy},
  year={2008},
  volume={108 9},
  pages={
          911-20
        }
}
Force-distance curve measurements using atomic force microscope (AFM) has been widely used in a broad range of areas. However, currently force-curve measurements are hampered the its low speed of AFM. In this article, a novel inversion-based iterative control technique is proposed to dramatically increase the speed of force-curve measurements. Experimental results are presented to show that by using the proposed control technique, the speed of force-curve measurements can be increased by over… CONTINUE READING
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