Scanning probe microscopy
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Bruker’s Inspire™ delivers, for the first time, highest-resolution nanoscale chemical and property mapping combined with radical productivity advances and uncompromised AFM performance. The integrated, self-optimizing system acquires nanoscale infrared absorption and reflection maps at regular AFM imaging speeds, without the limitations of indirect mechanical approaches or added complexity for the user.
Mar 13, 2015
(with audio) By making gold nanoparticles with different shapes, researchers have identified how surface atomic structures affect friction and adhesion.
Dec 15, 2014
Park Systems introduces fully automated atomic force microscope systems that mean users don’t need technical expertise.
Oct 1, 2014
The assembly and disassembly of nanorods propelled by ultrasound provides an insight into biological motors.
Apr 29, 2014
Recycling laser power using an interferometer provides single-molecule biophysicists with multiple optical traps that are stable and less energy intensive than previous approaches.
Apr 17, 2015
Extracting quantitative information at the nanoscale with an efficient force reconstruction method.
Apr 3, 2015
Optimising probe excitation frequency for the characterization of soft visoeleastic surfaces.
Mar 2, 2015
Advancing the fabrication of semiconductor qubits.
Feb 16, 2015
Atomic Force Microscopy provides quantitative non-invasive analysis of composite properties.
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Feb 13, 2015
Jul 15, 2014