Article - 25 Feb 2008
This article examines the imaging of organic compounds, both natural and synthetic examples, such as alkanes, alkane derivatives and aromates using atomic force microscopy
Article - 2 Aug 2005
Nanomaterials and nanoparticles are being used in chemical synthesis, especially in the areas of catalysis, separations and remediation.
Article - 2 Mar 2011
By integrating a Raman spectrometer within a state-of-the-art confocal microscope setup, Raman imaging with a spatial resolution down to 200 nm laterally and 500 nm vertically can be achieved using...
Article - 3 Apr 2008
This article explains how to perform advanced nanoscale characterization of polymer materials by employing phase imaging with the Innova.
Article - 9 Aug 2021
In this article, the latest research grade atomic force microscope (AFM) from Park Systems, the FX40 is introduced. Offering fully automated detection systems and intelligent scan algorithms, it has...
Article - 3 Nov 2015
In this interview, Sergei Magonov, President of NT-MDT Development, talks about the latest developments in the capabilities of NT-MDT’s range of AFMs.
Article - 2 Jul 2013
AZoNano talks to Sergei Magonov about NT-MDT's HybriD™ AFM Mode, which combines the best aspects of contact and oscillatory modes.
Article - 12 Mar 2021
Kelvin Probe Force Microscopy has emerged as a powerful tool for the measurement of surface potential. Sideband KPFM in particular has very high resolution and is thus highly useful for analyzing...
Article - 14 Jul 2020
Sideband KPFM, available on all Park’s NX research tools, offers accurate surface imaging of soft structures.
Article - 21 May 2012
PeakForce Tapping (PFT) and ScanAsyst (SA) are two Atomic Force Microsocope(AFM) imaging techniques recently introduced by Bruker which fits into the framework of existing AFM modes.