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==Summary==
 
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[[Image:microscope_setup.svg|thumb|left|400px|Figure 3: "Video microscopy setup used to make these measurements.  B) shows that their sample was a 2cm x 1 cm cover slip on a glass slide.  It was anchored with an 8 micron gap above the slide using norland optical adhesive.  Glass capillaries at either end allow flow through the cell.  A) Shows the slide as imaged in an inverted microscope.]]
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[[Image:microscope_setup.pdf|thumb|left|400px|Figure 3: "Video microscopy setup used to make these measurements.  B) shows that their sample was a 2cm x 1 cm cover slip on a glass slide.  It was anchored with an 8 micron gap above the slide using norland optical adhesive.  Glass capillaries at either end allow flow through the cell.  A) Shows the slide as imaged in an inverted microscope.]]
  
 
To the right is a diagram showing my best interpretation of the apparatus the authors used to make high resolution measurements of the brownian motion of a sphere confined along one dimension by two glass planes 8 microns apart.
 
To the right is a diagram showing my best interpretation of the apparatus the authors used to make high resolution measurements of the brownian motion of a sphere confined along one dimension by two glass planes 8 microns apart.

Revision as of 22:33, 20 September 2010

Original Entry by Tom Dimiduk, AP225 Fall 2010

| Brownian Dynamics of a Sphere Between Parallel Walls

Soft matter Keywords

Brownian Motion, Surface

Summary

File:Microscope setup.pdf

To the right is a diagram showing my best interpretation of the apparatus the authors used to make high resolution measurements of the brownian motion of a sphere confined along one dimension by two glass planes 8 microns apart.