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PeakForce Tapping Bibliography

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Bede Pittenger Posted: Thu, Jan 30 2014 5:38 PM

PeakForce Tapping is a Bruker exclusive AFM mode released in 2010 that is already featured in hundreds of peer reviewed publications.  This post contains a list of all PeakForce Tapping publications in a .txt file (formatted according to the BiBTeX format: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BibTeX ) and a second version in a .html file.

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PeakForce Tapping Bibliography.txt

Peak Force Tapping makes possible nanoscale maps of other sample properties in addition to topography.  The related mode PeakForce QNM provides nanomechanical property maps at imaging speed and with up to atomic resolution.  PeakForce TUNA enables current measurements on soft and delicate samples (e.g. OPVs, nanotubes), where they were previously impossible.  PeakForce KPFM enables high resolution and quantitative work function mapping.  Both PeakForce TUNA and PeakForce KPFM include the ability to simultaneously acquire correlated nanomechanical maps.

PeakForce Tapping technology also includes ScanAsyst, which automatically optimizes all key parameters other than magnification (scan size) to minimize tip sample forces, making it straightforward to obtain high quality images.

BIBTEX is a text based file format, but to use it, you will need to rename the downloaded file .bib as the filename extension.  JabRef is a free reference manager that works well with .bib files (http://jabref.sourceforge.net/ ), but many popular reference managers can import .bib files.  If you would like to add a publication to the list, or you find an error with one of the entries, please post the correct citation in the comments below (preferably in the BIBTEX format, but this is not required).  If you would also like to provide a pdf version of a preprint, you can upload them here: http://nanoscaleworld.bruker-axs.com/nanoscaleworld/media/g/publications/default.aspx).

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