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Atomic force microscope (afm)

Глоссарий терминов в нанотехнологиях
    A scanning probe microscopy instrument capable of revealing the structure of samples. the afm uses a sharp metal tip positioned over a conducting or non-conducting substrate and the surface topography is mapped out by measuring the mechanical force exerted on the tip. see scanning probe microscopy.

Атомно-силовой микроскоп (асм), русский
    Инструмент для визуализации, используемый для «увеличения» на молекулярном уровне путем механического отслеживания контуров поверхности.

Microscopy, английский
  1. The science of the use of microscopes

  2. Use of microscope to produce a magnified image of microscopic objects

Instrument, английский
  1. A term used to describe a sensor (or sensors), the associated transducer(s), and the data read-out or recording device.

  2. (измерительный) прибор

  3. One of many terms for a light, heard mostly in the theater. see: lights.

  4. A piece of equipment or a tool  the doctor had a box of surgical instruments.

  5. A term of extensive application among tools and weapons; but it is here introduced as an official conveyance of some right, or the record of some fact.

  6. A legal document that records an act or agreement and provides the evidence of that act or agreement. instruments include contracts, notes, and leases (e.g. a debt instrument).

  7. Навести инструмент ~ of application точка приложения (напр, силы) ~ of certainty тройная засечка ~ of compound curvature точка сопряжения двух кривых ~ of concentration замыкающий створ ~ of contraflexure точка перегиба ~ of curvature начало или конец кривой (в плане) ~ of cusp точка сопряжения обратных кривых ~ of grade intersection точка перелома в продольном профиле ~ of high stress concentration точка концентрации высоких [значительных] напряжений ~ of inflection точка перегиба ~ of intersection вершина угла (на плане трассы) ~ of lateral restraint точка бокового закрепления [защемления] (сжатого или изгибаемого элемента) ~ of support точка опоры ~ of switch конец остряка ~ of tangency начало или конец кривой (в плане) ~ of the maximum bending moment точка максимального изгибающего момента ~ of vertical curve начало вертикальной кривой ~ of vertical intersection вершина угла вертикальной кривой ~ of vertical tangent начало или конец вертикальной кривой ~ of zero moment точка нулевого момента (на эпюре моментов)

  8. Прибор, инструмент

  9. To tag the source code in order to measure the amount of time spent in each area.

  10. Инструмент

Conducting, английский

Topography, английский
  1. The shape of the land.

  2. The description of each particular part of the body

  3. The relative position and elevations of the natural or manmade features of an area that describe the configuration of its surface. hp

Mechanical, английский

Atomic layer deposition (ald), английский
    A technique used to deposit thin-films one atomic layer at a time using self-limiting gas phase reactions.

Amino acids, английский
  1. Simple organic compounds composed of carboxyl (-co2–) and amino (-nh3+) groups that are the fundamental building blocks of proteins.

  2. Amino acids are building blocks that help facilitate collagen production (more on that below). essentially they support your skin`s structure (the bounce, shape, etc.) they`re also responsible for maintaining skin`s hydration, texture, and elasticity. sun damage, aging, and environmental pollutants can all contribute to reducing the amino acids in your skin.

  3. The “building blocks” of proteins that help the skin produce collagen, elastic, keratin, and more—and in turn, which keep skin firm and supple.