Publications showing the prospects of combining computer simulation with atomic force microscopy in the study of polymer biological objects and materials for various purposes are analyzed. The problems that arise when these methods are used together are described. Three main directions are presented in which atomic force microscopy is used in conjunction with computer simulation: study of the surface topography of polymer materials; measurement of the force curve of the interaction of the atomic force probe with polymer structures; and determination of the energy of intermolecular interactions.
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