User talk:Pranav Rathi/Notebook/OT/2010/11/10/Small Bead DOG

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[[User:Steven J. Koch|Steve Koch]] 11:48, 11 November 2010 (EST): These look like really great studies!  It's a bit tough to see some of the slides but I think I got the point.  I wonder if the extra noise in the DOG curves is due to bumping the table or some other human-cause?  I am a little suprised by the low stiffness factors.  It is what it is, we ought to be able to do unzipping with small beads.  And with big beads overstretching.  Is that 1 Watt before the objective, right?  So we can get something in the 30 pN's for 2 Watt?
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User:Steven J. Koch|Steve Koch]] 11:48, 11 November 2010 (EST): These look like really great studies!  It's a bit tough to see some of the slides but I think I got the point.  I wonder if the extra noise in the DOG curves is due to bumping the table or some other human-cause?  I am a little suprised by the low stiffness factors.  It is what it is, we ought to be able to do unzipping with small beads.  And with big beads overstretching.  Is that 1 Watt before the objective, right?  So we can get something in the 30 pN's for 2 Watt?
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User:Steven J. Koch|Steve Koch]] 11:48, 11 November 2010 (EST): These look like really great studies! It's a bit tough to see some of the slides but I think I got the point. I wonder if the extra noise in the DOG curves is due to bumping the table or some other human-cause? I am a little suprised by the low stiffness factors. It is what it is, we ought to be able to do unzipping with small beads. And with big beads overstretching. Is that 1 Watt before the objective, right? So we can get something in the 30 pN's for 2 Watt?


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