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Mechanical Relaxation Of Organic Monolayer Films Measured By Force Microscopy.

Joyce, Thomas, Houston, Michalske, Crooks
Published 1992 · Materials Science, Medicine

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Using the newly developed interfacial-force microscope, we present results for the first measurements of the mechanical relaxation of a Au supported, self-assembled monolayer film interacting with a microscopic tungsten tip. For a methyl-terminated {ital n}-alkanethiol film, we observe negligible adhesive film-tip interaction and complete passivation of tip-substrate bonding. The mechanical behavior of the film itself shows a time-dependent, elastic response.



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