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  • Re: FastScan Atomic Resolution on Calcite: Large Sample Platform, Large Cantilever!

    I had a comment on another forum that I thought I would repeat here about our work with respect to that of Professor Frieder Mugele at Twente University. Professor Mugele has taken amazing atomic images and force curves on Gibbsite using the MultiMode. He and Dan Ebling have a paper in process, which...
    Posted to SPM Digest (Forum) by Stephen Minne on Tue, May 1 2012
  • Re: PFQNM Force Curves: Parasitic Cantilever Motions

    Hi Lauren, I am not sure what eactly you refer to when you mention "parasitic cantilever motions". If you refer to the oscillations that occur after the tip leaves the surface that is a motion that is not really going to be removed. This motion is due to the energy stored being released. The...
    Posted to SPM Digest (Forum) by Anonymous on Thu, Jun 23 2011
  • New Applications Note on ScanAsyst and PeakForce Tapping

    We just published a new Applications Note for download here: PeakForce Tapping™ (PFT) and ScanAsyst™ (SA) are two Atomic Force Microsocope (AFM) imaging techniques that have been recently introduced by Bruker. In this application...
    Posted to SPM Digest (Forum) by Anonymous on Fri, May 6 2011
  • Nice new paper on Graphene using Dimension Icon

    Nice paper just published on Graphene using Dimension Icon by Tim Burnett,Rositza Yakimova,and Olga Kazakova of National Physical Laboratory and Linkoping University. View at: nl200581g ABSTRACT: Local electrical characterization of epitaxial graphene grown on 4H-SiC(0001) using electrostatic force microscopy...
    Posted to SPM Digest (Forum) by Stephen Minne on Wed, May 4 2011
  • Re: Electrical measurements on Heater Cooler

    Tim, You are correct in this. The quickest solution is to use the regular Icon tip holder (rather than the heated H/C tip holder) to do this measurement. The regular tip holder will enable the PFM, however, you will not be able to heat the tip. This should be no problem if your experiment is at less...
    Posted to SPM Digest (Forum) by Stephen Minne on Wed, Nov 17 2010
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