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Optical Manipulation. Microchemical Analyses with Radiation Pressure
The Review of Laser Engineering
Radiation pressure exerted on particles can be used as an optical spring for characterizing physical and chemical interactions between particles and solid surfaces and foranalyzing atomic and molecular forces such as van der Waals and electric-double-layer forces. A three-dimensional potential produced by radiation pressure of a focused laser beam is observed on the basis of the Boltzmann distribution for thermal energy of an optically-trapped particle. The surface charge density of a singledoi:10.2184/lsj.24.1156 fatcat:s3cfkvlyh5crziicutex7lqhjy