New Bruker Icon Atomic Force Microscope (AFM)
- Magnetic Force Microscopy
- Piezo Force Microscopy
- Conducting atomic force microscopy
PeakForce Tapping mode with ScanAsyst offers extremely low noise imaging of heterogeneous samples
Kelvin Force Probe Microscopy with amplitude or frequency feedback
Electrical characterization from 80 fA to 1 uA with 10 nm spatial resolution
Pixel-by-pixel quantitative force curve characterization to probe material properties
Libby Shaw, Research Specialist
Room 13-4151 (AFM lab)
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for training
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