Author Correction: A nano-mechanical instability as primary contribution to rolling resistance

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Correction to: Scientific Reports https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-017-11728-6, published online 12 September 2017

This Article contains errors in Reference 17, which was incorrectly given as:

Rodrigues, M. S., Costa, L., Chevrier, J. & Comin, F. Why do atomic force microscopy force curves still exhibit jump to contact? Applied Physics Letters 101, 203105 (2016).

The correct reference is listed below as reference 1:

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    Rodrigues, M. S., Costa, L., Chevrier, J. & Comin, F. Why do atomic force microscopy force curves still exhibit jump to contact? Applied Physics Letters 101, 203105 (2012).

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Correspondence to Jan Meyer.

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Meyer, J., Hentschke, R., Hager, J. et al. Author Correction: A nano-mechanical instability as primary contribution to rolling resistance. Sci Rep 9, 12665 (2019) doi:10.1038/s41598-019-48628-w

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