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  • Equipment
    The NanoFlip is a nanoindentation instrument from Nanomechanics, Inc. that provides limitless freedom in a materials research laboratory.
  • Supplier Profile
    KLA Corporation is the world's leading supplier of process control, yield management and metrology equipment for semiconductor fabrication facilities, research labs, and other industries. The...
  • Video
    Dr. Sang-il Park, the CEO of Park Systems shows us their XE-100 series general purpose AFMs. He explains how the use of a x-y scanner and decoupled z scanner produces very flat scans and how their...
  • Article - 27 Nov 2003
    How do you weigh a dust mite? Or determine the force required to pull a molecule apart? Such tasks require a device that measures nanonewtons - forces 1 billion times smaller than the force required...
  • Article - 20 Nov 2003
    Researchers have describes a new method for scanning semiconductors for defects that may help accelerate the market for these newer materials. Posted September 26 2003
  • Article - 5 Oct 2018
    Asylum Research has two AFM families, the Cypher TM and MFP-3DTM which can evaluate 3D textural and roughness characteristics quantitatively, at unparalleled resolution and with the ability to assess...
  • Supplier Profile
    NuNano is a UK-based company specialising in the design and manufacture of probes for atomic force microscopy and cantilever-based sensor devices. It was founded in 2011 by Dr James Vicary and...
  • Article - 3 Aug 2016
    Dr. Neil Sarkar, President and Co-Founder of ICSPI and Duncan Strathearn, Director of Product Development at ICSPI talk to AZoNano about the world's first Mircroscopic Microscope, the new Single-Chip...
  • Supplier Profile
    Applied NanoStructures, Inc. develops, manufactures, and supplies various nanostructures including both conventional and specialized SPM probes for most applications. They leverage extensive...
  • Article - 4 Oct 2018
    The cost of everyday wear and tear caused by friction is high, costing almost one-fourth of the total energy consumption of the world for one year.