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    Nanosurf is a leading manufacturer of atomic force microscopes and scanning tunneling microscopes. Our full range of AFM and STM products is trusted by professionals worldwide to help them visualize,...
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    Park Systems developed the world’s first commercial AFM in 1989, opening up a new world of research and development. Park Systems provides original and innovative AFM solutions for the most...
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    JPK Instruments AG is a lead­ing man­u­fac­tur­er of nano-an­a­lyt­i­cal in­stru­ments - par­tic­u­lar­ly based on atom­ic force...
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    Asylum Research is the technology leader in atomic force probe microscopy (AFM) for both materials and bioscience applications.  Founded in 1999, we are dedicated to innovative instrumentation...
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    Bruker Nano Surfaces provides high-performance, specialized analysis and testing technology for the widest range of research and production applications. Our broad portfolio of 2D and 3D surface...
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    Herzan provides high performance environmental solutions for precision research instruments. They include acoustic enclosures, vibration isolation systems, Faraday cages, and site survey tools. Herzan...
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    The Graphene Council  was founded in 2013 with a mission to serve the global community of graphene professionals. Today, The Graphene Council is the largest community in the world for graphene...
  • Article - 23 Feb 2007
    This article examines STM imaging of Highly Ordered Pyrolytic Graphite (HOPG)
  • Article - 4 Feb 2013
    Acoustic noise can cause blurred images or saw-tooth patterns along feature edges for AFM and SPM. High performance acoustic enclosures provide a virtually airtight seal around the equipment to...
  • 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