Asylum Research Webinar on Ultra-High Resolution AFM Imaging
This video provides details on the “Smaller and Quieter: Ultra-High Resolution AFM Imaging” webinar presented on February 22, 2012 by Asylum Research co-founder, Dr. Jason Cleveland. It demonstrates how miniaturization of cantilevers for AFM has increased and decreased their resonant frequencies and thermal noise, respectively, for noise measurements.
When used in low-noise Cypher AFM, these cantilevers can significantly improve imaging resolution in air and liquids. Application examples include DNA double helix, atomic defects, bacteriorhodopsin, nano-roughness and magnetic force microscopy.
Run Time – 1:07:43min