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Contributions of apex, cone, and cantilever to the first (AM, left) and second (FM, right) order ca...
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a) Sideband amplitude (blue) and phase (red) relative to the carrier oscillation measured during a ...
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In-phase (red) and quadrature (blue) sideband amplitudes, normalised to the carrier oscillation amp...
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Modulation indices of the sidebands at ωm (a) and 2ωm (b) against for different modulation amplitu...
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Block diagram of a Kelvin controller based on a) a proportional–integral–differential (PID) control...
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Closed-loop response of the Kelvin observer (black) and a proportional-integral controller (red) to...
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Normalised closed-loop bandwidth (−3 dB) of the steady-state Kelvin observer as a function of the n...
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Schematic of the modified KFM setup. For topography feedback, the cantilever is excited at a consta...
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a) Topography, b) tip–sample capacitance gradient, C'', and c) local contact potential difference, U...
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a), b) Kelvin and c), d) error signal of an InAs nanowire similar to the device shown in Figure 9, measured...
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One-dimensional power spectral densities of the error signals in Figure 10c,d. Integral feedback works well a...
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Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2015, 6, 2193–2206, doi:10.3762/bjnano.6.225
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