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Natural Photochemical Imaging structures (G. Delzenne). actual Quenchers of Singlet Molecular Oxygen (D. Bellus). Photoluminescence equipment in Polymer technological know-how (S. Beavan et al.). Photochemistry of nutrition D and Its Isomers and of easy Trienes (H. Jacobs and E. Havinga). Kinetics and Mechanisms of the Reactions of the Hydroxyl Radical with natural Compounds within the gasoline section (R. Atkinson et al.). what is New in Excimers?. (V. Yakhot et al.). Index. learn more... content material: Advances in Photochemistry; Contents; natural Photochemical Imaging platforms; actual Quenchers of Singlet Molecular Oxygen; Photoluminescence tools in Polymer technology; Photochemistry of diet D and Its Isomers and of straightforward Trienes; Kinetics and Mechanisms of the Reactions of the Hydroxyl Radical with natural Compounds within the fuel part; what is New in Excimers?; topic Index; Cumulative Index, Volumes 1-11. summary: natural Photochemical Imaging platforms (G. Delzenne). actual Quenchers of Singlet Molecular Oxygen (D. Bellus). Photoluminescence tools in Polymer technology (S. Beavan et al.). Photochemistry of nutrition D and Its Isomers and of easy Trienes (H. Jacobs and E. Havinga). Kinetics and Mechanisms of the Reactions of the Hydroxyl Radical with natural Compounds within the gasoline section (R. Atkinson et al.). what is New in Excimers?. (V. Yakhot et al.). Index

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The higher harmonics can be used on-line to quantify the interaction forces, and may even be used as input Fig. 9. Fast Fourier transform (FFT) of the position output at various tip–sample gaps z s . W. Stark · M. Stark 20 Fig. 10. (color) Spectrogram of the simulated approach (for decreasing z s ). The color depicts the magnitude of the respective frequency component. The frequency is normalized to the fundamental resonance. Initially, only the fundamental and the second harmonics prevail. At z s ≈ 5 nm, complicated dynamics set in and the amplitudes of intermediate frequencies increase.

This additional data corresponds to the first two Fourier coefficients of the AFM signal: the zeroth harmonic (DC component) and the amplitude and phase of the first harmonic. However, since the amplitude signal is used for feedback in order to track the surface topography, this signal is equivalent to the control error and does not contain novel information. W. Stark · M. Stark is determined by chemical [3] and mechanical surface properties [2, 5]. A precise interpretation of the phase signal remains difficult, however, since it includes contributions from the local topography [6].

This is not surprising, since the poles (resonances) of a constrained system generally correspond to the zeros (antiresonances) of the free system [80]. It is remarkable that the displacement output (1) exhibits a flat amplitude response, whereas in output (2) the resonances remain detectable. In the constrained system, Fig. 4. Bode plot (frequency response) of the cantilever. (a) Position output and (b) idealized light lever readout. The frequency response of the free cantilever is indicated by the solid line.

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