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  • July 2011, Issue 2 - Publication Review

    July 2011, Issue 02 Continued Innovation Expands AFM Capabilities into Diverse Markets Qualitative Nanoscale Thermal Mapping With its latest VITA™ module upgrade, Bruker extends nanoscale thermal analysis from single, manual measurements to fully automated thermal property mapping. For the first...
    Posted to Nanovations (Forum) by Anonymous on Wed, Jul 13 2011
  • Re: VITA SThM

    Hi Mattias, 1. SThM is more of a qualitative technique compared to nano-TA which can be properly and easily calibrated to measure transition phenomena. 2. The resistivity of the SThM probe is measured by looking at the output of the Wheatstone bridge that the probe is part of. That signal is proportional...
    Posted to SPM Digest (Forum) by Anonymous on Mon, Jun 6 2011
  • Re: Starting VITA with Nanoscope V

    Great. Now you can check which COM port on your PC the driver is using. Enter that COM port number (in this example it is COM5) into the VITA hardware setting, choose Hardware as flow control and the highest transfer speed. In addtion you have to make the deflection signal (or deflection error if that...
    Posted to SPM Digest (Forum) by Anonymous on Wed, Jun 1 2011
  • Re: Starting VITA with Nanoscope V

    Hi Anderson, VITA should have been installed by Bruker customer support. If is, as you say, you won't need the CD. There should be a VITA icon on your desktop or under 'program Files". Best, Stefan
    Posted to SPM Digest (Forum) by Anonymous on Tue, May 31 2011
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