2 article(s) from Kovalev, Alexander E.
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
Schematic of the experimental setup (A). FMS, force measuring system; S, sample; GS, glass slide; O...
Schematic of the optical path in the RICM at the glass–water–PVS layers. The incoming beam with int...
Sample 1 in dry contact with glass (A) and in contact with glass underwater (B). Scale bar, 10 µm.
Pull-off forces, normalized by the average value of the dry state. Two individual MSAMS samples wer...
Detachment sequences of individual MSAMSs separating from a glass substrate for the sample 1 in the...
Simulated image of an individual MSAMS partially detached from a glass substrate submerged in water...
Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2014, 5, 903–909, doi:10.3762/bjnano.5.103
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