Bruker's PeakForce Tapping QNM for Mapping Nanomechanical Properties

This video demonstrates how Bruker's PeakForce QNM uses the PeakForce Tapping technology to map and distinguish between nanomechanical properties such as modulus, dissipation, deformation and adhesion, while simultaneously imaging sample topography at atomic scale resolution. The PeakForce Tapping extends AFM measurements to an array of samples not previously accessed. The samples can be characterized in the widest operating range from ~1kPa to 100GPa. The PeakForce QNM allows high-speed, high-resolution and quantitative mapping of nanoscale properties.

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PeakForce Tapping QNM for Materials Science

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