Biomod/2012/Titech/Nano-Jugglers/Methods/High-speed camera

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2.1. Power supply for the high-speed movement with platinum catalytic engines

    By using highspeed camera, we studied how the catalytic engine produces the driving force.In this study, we had 3 inference. Driving force was
  • 1.produced in concurrence with the generation of bubbles
  • 2.produced as the bubbles are destructed
  • 3.produced as the bubbles detach
    To research these problems, we analyzed when the moving speed of platinum beads and the acceleration of that would change by using "Highspeed microscope VW-9000".

Movie. 2.1'    Full length movie, analyses of the speed of plutinum by High-speed camera
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