Nanomanipulation using only mechanical energy.

@article{Dieka2005NanomanipulationUO,
  title={Nanomanipulation using only mechanical energy.},
  author={Peter Die{\vs}ka and I {\vS}tich and Rub{\'e}n P{\'e}rez},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2005},
  volume={95 12},
  pages={126103}
}
We present the first computational study targeting the nanomanipulation capability of dynamic surface force microscopy. Using a very simple but challenging model, an antisite defect on a III-V(110) surface, we show how the defect can be manipulated in both the attractive and the repulsive modes and identify the role of the tip-sample interaction: either lowering the barriers or pushing the system over a high stress state using exclusively the mechanical energy stored in the oscillating… CONTINUE READING

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