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Scanning Near Field Optical Microscopy (SNOM/NSOM) is a form of scanning probe microscopy that allows optical imaging with spatial resolution beyond the diffraction limit. This is done by placing the detector very close to the specimen surface in the region called "optical near-field".
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Equipment
The BioLyser from Triple-O is an innovative three-in-one modular microscope that combines all the features of a Scanning Near-Field Optical Microscope (SNOM), with an AFM and a conventional inverted optical microscope.
The NTEGRA Spectra is a unique integration of Scanning Probe Microscope and confocal microscopy/luminescence and Raman scattering spectroscopy. Owing to the effect of huge tip enhanced Raman scattering it allows carrying out Raman spectroscopy and obtaining images with resolution up to 50 nm.
The alpha300 S is a user friendly Scanning Near-field Optical Microscope (SNOM) that combines in a unique way the advantages of SNOM, Confocal Microscopy and Atomic Force Microscopy in a single instrument. Switching between the different modes can easily be done by rotating the objective turret. The alpha300 S uses unique micro-fabricated SNOM-cantilever sensors for optical microscopy with spatial resolution below the diffraction limit.
TriA-SNOM from APE Research is an Aperture SNOM microscope, capable of collecting optical signal in reflection, transmission and back-reflection modes. An instrument for surface science, optics and biology researchers who need a basic microscope easily expandable and interfaciable with their scientific equipement.