2 article(s) from Falter, Jens
Determination of the geometric dimensions of a quarts tuning fork (Micro Crystal, type DS26 used fo...
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Photograph of the experimental setup. Not shown in the picture is the micrometer screw 1, which pus...
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Diagram of a “push” experiment to measure the stiffness of the free prong of a “qPlus” sensor by th...
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Image of the geometric model reflecting the geometry of an actual “qPlus” sensor. The model include...
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FEM simulation of von Mises stress. Analysis of the stress caused by the bending of the free prong....
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Diagram showing the results of the FEM simulation as a function of the shift of the origin. While f...
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Comparison between the beam formula, experimental measurements and FEM simulation with the force di...
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Comparison between tip on side (TOS) and tip on top (TOT) configurations as possible origin of the ...
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FEM simulation result displaying the influence of a tilted tungsten wire on the resulting spring co...
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Comparison of the spring constants from experiment with FEM simulations and calculations using the ...
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Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2014, 5, 507–516, doi:10.3762/bjnano.5.59
(a) STM topography scan (V = 0.2 V, I = 0.3 nA) of PTCDA on Ag(111). The two molecule orientations ...
Horizontal cut through the 3D field of the vertical tip–sample forces at a distance of z = 0.60 nm ...
(a) Tip–sample forces as a function of z distance averaged for the area above the end groups and th...
(a) Horizontal cut through the 3D force field at z = 0.60 nm and (b) vertical cuts at y = 0.9 nm an...
Comparison of force versus distance curves for molecule sites A and B. The forces are averaged for ...
Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2014, 5, 98–104, doi:10.3762/bjnano.5.9
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