2 article(s) from Dening, Kirstin
Scanning electron microscopy picture of a mould of wet human wrist skin.
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3D surface profiles of a mould of wet human wrist skin obtained by using white light interferometry...
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AFM images of a mould of wet human skin taken at (a) lower and (b) higher resolution.
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The power spectra as a function of the wave vector (log10–log10 scale), based on AFM topography dat...
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The power spectra as a function of the wave vector (log10–log10 scale). The dashed line denoted by b...
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The model of the skin used in the calculations. The elastic modulus of the bulk skin is E1 = 20 kPa...
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The friction coefficient of skin for a glass ball (R = 0.8 cm) at a sliding velocity of 0.8 cm/s an...
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The ratio of the contact area A to the area of the nominal contact area A0 as a function of the low...
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The area of real contact (in thousandths of the nominal contact area, A0) as a function of the aver...
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Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2014, 5, 1341–1348, doi:10.3762/bjnano.5.147
Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) micrographs of wax surfaces formed by alkanes of varying chain l...
Atomic force microscopy (AFM) height images used for estimating the surface roughness parameters Ra...
Traction forces of male beetles Coccinella septempunctata (a) and pull-off forces of PDMS semi-sphe...
Traction forces of male beetles Coccinella septempunctata vs crystal densities (a) and pull-off for...
SEM micrographs of tarsal attachment devices in the male beetle Coccinella septempunctata: tarsus o...
Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2014, 5, 1031–1041, doi:10.3762/bjnano.5.116
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