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Nanounity Adds Scanning Probe Microscope Solver Nano to its Portfolio

Published on January 30, 2012 at 2:47 AM

By Cameron Chai

Nanounity has declared that it has added the NT-MDT Solver Nano SPM to its existing portfolio of AFM systems. The Solver Nano SPM provides sophisticated features and capability for researchers or for persons using SPM for the first time. The design is compact and ergonomic and is available at a reasonale price.

Solver Nano Scanning Probe Microscope

The Solver Nano is a total SPM offering scanning tunneling microscopy (STM) and atomic force microscopy (AFM) techniques. Special features are incorporated in the SPM that include sophisticated software, AFM probe holder design that can be aligned easily, digital control electronics and an educational measuring head, which is optional, to aid in teaching.

The standard system has a number of latest imaging modes and features, which are found normally on higher-priced AFMs that include scanning kelvin probe microscopy (SKM), piezo force microscopy (PFM), magnetic force microscopy (MFM), scanning spreading resistance imaging (SSRM), and 100x100x10 µm closed-loop high resolution scanner,
which operates both in low and high voltage modes.

The Solver Nano is an addition to Nanounity’s present portfolio of NT-MDT AFM systems that are distributed in the United States, by providing sophisticated research capability in an economic, compact and convenient SPM system.

Nanounity is involved in sales and distribution of nanoscale analysis and imaging systems, supporting and servicing research and engineering at government laboratories, universities, and firms. Its line of products includes scanning electron microscope, atomic force microscopes, optical surface and stylus profilometers.

Source: http://www.nanounity.com

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