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Theory for nonlinear dynamic force spectroscopy

Dynamic force spectroscopy (DFS) is an experimental technique that is commonly used to assess information on the strength, energy landscape, and lifetime of noncovalent bio-molecular interactions. DFS traditionally requires an applied force that increases linearly with time so that the bio-complex under investigation is exposed to a constant loading rate. However, tethers or...

Time optimization of 90Sr determinations: sequential measurement of multiple samples during decay of 90Y

This work presents an optimized method for the determination of multiple samples containing 90Sr when its daughter 90Y is measured after chemical separation and in sequence, i.e. during its decay. Consequently the measurement times will increase for each subsequent sample, since there has been a longer time for decay before measurement. Compared to a previously published approach...