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Opis: Hybridizing Surface Probe Microscopies - Susan Moreno-Flores, Susan Moreno Flores, Jose L. Toca-Herrera

Many books and reviews about scanning probe microscopies (SPM) cover the basics of their performance, novel developments, and state-of-the-art applications. Taking a different approach, Hybridizing Surface Probe Microscopies: Towards a Full Description of the Meso- and Nanoworlds encompasses the technical efforts in combining SPM with spectroscopic and optical complementary techniques that, altogether, provide a complete description of nanoscale and mesoscale systems and processes from corrosion to enzymatic reactions. The book is organized into eight chapters, following a general scheme that revolves around the two main capabilities of SPM: imaging and measuring interactions. Each chapter introduces key theoretical concepts and basic equations of the particular stand-alone technique with which the scanning probe microscopies are combined. Chapters end with the SPM-technique combination and some real-world examples in which the combination has been devised or used. Most chapters include a historical review of the techniques and numerous illustrations to support key ideas and provide the reader with intuitive understanding. To understand the limitations of any technique also means to understand how this technique works. This book has devoted a considerable amount of space in explaining the basics of each technique as they are being introduced. At the same time, it avoids explaining the particularities of each SPM-based technique and opts for a rather generalized approach. In short, the book's focus is not on what SPM can do, but rather on what SPM cannot do and, most specifically, on presenting the experimental approaches that circumvent these limitations.Introduction Observing Nature: Sequentiality and Simultaneity Combination Macroscopic/Microscopic: Extending Measurable Range to Better Understand the Connection between Ultrastructure and Function Systems That Can Profit from Combined Techniques Final Remarks References Scanning Probe Microscopy as an Imaging Tool: The Blind Microscope Probe Imaging Summary References What Brings Optical Microscopy: The Eyes at the Microscale Fundamentals of Optical Microscopy Fluorescence Microscopy: Bestowing Specificity High-Performance Modes of Fluorescence Microscopy Optical Microscopies: Summary Combined OM-SPM Techniques: Eyesight to the Blind References What Brings the Scanning Near-Field Optical Microscopy: The Eyes at the Nanoscale Fundamentals of Scanning Near-Field Optical Microscopy Applications of SNOM References Adding Label-Free Chemical Spectroscopy: Who Is Who? Chemical Spectroscopy Raman (and IR) Microscopy Applications of SPM + Raman Spectroscopy Applications of SPM + IR Spectroscopy References Combining the Nanoscopic with the Macroscopic: SPM and Surface-Sensitive Techniques Model-Based Surface Techniques Fundamentals of Surface Plasmon Resonance Fundamentals of Ellipsometry Fundamentals of Quartz Crystal Microbalance The Combination SPM and Model-Based Surface Techniques References Scanning Probe Microscopy to Measure Surface Interactions: The Nano Push-Puller Force Curves: Surface Forces and More Measuring the Probe-Sample Interaction as a Function of the Relative DisplacementQuantitative Determination of Forces: Instrument and Cantilever Calibration The Issue of Getting Absolute Distances Qualitative Interpretation of Force Curves Chemical Force Microscopy The Science of Pulling: Single Molecules or Ligand-Receptor Pairs The Science of Pushing: Contact Nanomechanics Mapping Interactions Summary References Tidying Up Loose Ends for the Nanopush-Puller: Microinterferometry and the Film Balance Microinterferometry Fundamentals of Reflection Interference Contrast Microscopy The Combined SPM-RICM Technique The Film Balance and Air-Fluid Interfaces Fundamentals of the Film Balance The Combined AFM + Film Balance: The Monolayer Particle Interaction Apparatus (MPIA) References


Szczegóły: Hybridizing Surface Probe Microscopies - Susan Moreno-Flores, Susan Moreno Flores, Jose L. Toca-Herrera

Tytuł: Hybridizing Surface Probe Microscopies
Autor: Susan Moreno-Flores, Susan Moreno Flores, Jose L. Toca-Herrera
Producent: CRC Press Inc.
ISBN: 9781439871003
Rok produkcji: 2012
Ilość stron: 356
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.68 kg


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Hybridizing Surface Probe Microscopies

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Many books and reviews about scanning probe microscopies (SPM) cover the basics of their performance, novel developments, and state-of-the-art applications. Taking a different approach, Hybridizing Surface Probe Microscopies: Towards a Full Description of the Meso- and Nanoworlds encompasses the technical efforts in combining SPM with spectroscopic and optical complementary techniques that, altogether, provide a complete description of nanoscale and mesoscale systems and processes from corrosion to enzymatic reactions. The book is organized into eight chapters, following a general scheme that revolves around the two main capabilities of SPM: imaging and measuring interactions. Each chapter introduces key theoretical concepts and basic equations of the particular stand-alone technique with which the scanning probe microscopies are combined. Chapters end with the SPM-technique combination and some real-world examples in which the combination has been devised or used. Most chapters include a historical review of the techniques and numerous illustrations to support key ideas and provide the reader with intuitive understanding. To understand the limitations of any technique also means to understand how this technique works. This book has devoted a considerable amount of space in explaining the basics of each technique as they are being introduced. At the same time, it avoids explaining the particularities of each SPM-based technique and opts for a rather generalized approach. In short, the book's focus is not on what SPM can do, but rather on what SPM cannot do and, most specifically, on presenting the experimental approaches that circumvent these limitations.Introduction Observing Nature: Sequentiality and Simultaneity Combination Macroscopic/Microscopic: Extending Measurable Range to Better Understand the Connection between Ultrastructure and Function Systems That Can Profit from Combined Techniques Final Remarks References Scanning Probe Microscopy as an Imaging Tool: The Blind Microscope Probe Imaging Summary References What Brings Optical Microscopy: The Eyes at the Microscale Fundamentals of Optical Microscopy Fluorescence Microscopy: Bestowing Specificity High-Performance Modes of Fluorescence Microscopy Optical Microscopies: Summary Combined OM-SPM Techniques: Eyesight to the Blind References What Brings the Scanning Near-Field Optical Microscopy: The Eyes at the Nanoscale Fundamentals of Scanning Near-Field Optical Microscopy Applications of SNOM References Adding Label-Free Chemical Spectroscopy: Who Is Who? Chemical Spectroscopy Raman (and IR) Microscopy Applications of SPM + Raman Spectroscopy Applications of SPM + IR Spectroscopy References Combining the Nanoscopic with the Macroscopic: SPM and Surface-Sensitive Techniques Model-Based Surface Techniques Fundamentals of Surface Plasmon Resonance Fundamentals of Ellipsometry Fundamentals of Quartz Crystal Microbalance The Combination SPM and Model-Based Surface Techniques References Scanning Probe Microscopy to Measure Surface Interactions: The Nano Push-Puller Force Curves: Surface Forces and More Measuring the Probe-Sample Interaction as a Function of the Relative DisplacementQuantitative Determination of Forces: Instrument and Cantilever Calibration The Issue of Getting Absolute Distances Qualitative Interpretation of Force Curves Chemical Force Microscopy The Science of Pulling: Single Molecules or Ligand-Receptor Pairs The Science of Pushing: Contact Nanomechanics Mapping Interactions Summary References Tidying Up Loose Ends for the Nanopush-Puller: Microinterferometry and the Film Balance Microinterferometry Fundamentals of Reflection Interference Contrast Microscopy The Combined SPM-RICM Technique The Film Balance and Air-Fluid Interfaces Fundamentals of the Film Balance The Combined AFM + Film Balance: The Monolayer Particle Interaction Apparatus (MPIA) References

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Szczegóły: Hybridizing Surface Probe Microscopies - Susan Moreno-Flores, Susan Moreno Flores, Jose L. Toca-Herrera

Tytuł: Hybridizing Surface Probe Microscopies
Autor: Susan Moreno-Flores, Susan Moreno Flores, Jose L. Toca-Herrera
Producent: CRC Press Inc.
ISBN: 9781439871003
Rok produkcji: 2012
Ilość stron: 356
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.68 kg


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