Nano-scale studies of the tensile properties of liquids in an atomic force microscope

P. R. Williams, N. Hilal, W. R. Bowen, M. Barrow

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Abstract

We report work in which cavitation is provoked in liquids which undergo stretching in an Atomic Force Microscope. As the liquid stretches between a solid sphere and a plane surface which are pulled apart, a rapid decrease of the separation distance between the surface and the sphere is recorded. The growth of a cavitation bubble within the stretching liquid is shown to result in sufficiently large negative pressures to account for this phenomenon.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationComputational Engineering
EditorsY. Villacampa Esteve, Y. Villacampa Esteve, G.M. Carlomagno, C.A. Brebbia
Pages105-116
Number of pages12
Publication statusPublished - 2001
Externally publishedYes
EventTenth International Conference on Computational Methods and Experimantal Measurements, CMEM X - Alicante
Duration: 4 Jun 20016 Jun 2001

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OtherTenth International Conference on Computational Methods and Experimantal Measurements, CMEM X
CityAlicante
Period4/6/016/6/01

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Tensile properties
Microscopes
Cavitation
Stretching
Liquids
Bubbles (in fluids)

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  • Engineering(all)

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Williams, P. R., Hilal, N., Bowen, W. R., & Barrow, M. (2001). Nano-scale studies of the tensile properties of liquids in an atomic force microscope. In Y. Villacampa Esteve, Y. Villacampa Esteve, G. M. Carlomagno, & C. A. Brebbia (Eds.), Computational Engineering (pp. 105-116)

Nano-scale studies of the tensile properties of liquids in an atomic force microscope. / Williams, P. R.; Hilal, N.; Bowen, W. R.; Barrow, M.

Computational Engineering. ed. / Y. Villacampa Esteve; Y. Villacampa Esteve; G.M. Carlomagno; C.A. Brebbia. 2001. p. 105-116.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Williams, PR, Hilal, N, Bowen, WR & Barrow, M 2001, Nano-scale studies of the tensile properties of liquids in an atomic force microscope. in Y Villacampa Esteve, Y Villacampa Esteve, GM Carlomagno & CA Brebbia (eds), Computational Engineering. pp. 105-116, Tenth International Conference on Computational Methods and Experimantal Measurements, CMEM X, Alicante, 4/6/01.
Williams PR, Hilal N, Bowen WR, Barrow M. Nano-scale studies of the tensile properties of liquids in an atomic force microscope. In Villacampa Esteve Y, Villacampa Esteve Y, Carlomagno GM, Brebbia CA, editors, Computational Engineering. 2001. p. 105-116
Williams, P. R. ; Hilal, N. ; Bowen, W. R. ; Barrow, M. / Nano-scale studies of the tensile properties of liquids in an atomic force microscope. Computational Engineering. editor / Y. Villacampa Esteve ; Y. Villacampa Esteve ; G.M. Carlomagno ; C.A. Brebbia. 2001. pp. 105-116
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