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In Situ Investigations of Corrosion Via SPM - Application Note

Application Note 2007-07-05

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The Evolution of Scanning Probe Microscopes for Biological Imaging - Application Note
AFM application note discussing evolution of scanning probe microscopes for biological imaging

Application Note 2007-06-07

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Manipulation of Gold Nanoparticles in Liquids Using MAC Mode® Atomic Force Microscopy - App Note

Application Note 2007-05-29

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Scanning Probe Studies of Metalloprotein - Application Note
Redox reactions are of central importance in sustaining all life and are mediated in nature by highly specific “interaction surfaces”. This document discusses the analysis and control of biological redox proteins/enzymes with electrode surfaces.

Application Note 2007-05-29

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Simultaneous AFM/Fluorescence Imaging of Living Cells - Application Note

Application Note 2007-05-24

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In Vitro Studies of Microtubule Structures Using MAC Mode AFM - Application Note

Application Note 2007-05-12

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In Situ Studies of a Fungal Polysaccharide Using MAC Mode AFM - Application Note
This application note discusses scanning in a liquid to reduce capillary forces, and decrease the forces between the tip and sample by orders of magnitude.

Application Note 2007-04-27

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Studies of Polyvinyl Alcohol under Temperature and Humidity Control - Application Note
The atomic force microscope (AFM) is capable of imaging insulating materials with atomic resolution, including many properties of polymers as well as surface structure, including friction, adhesion, and visco elasticity. All of these measurements can be done without damaging preparative processes, such as metallic coating or placement in vacuums, which are common with many other analytical techniques.

Application Note 2007-04-26

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Applications of MAC Mode® AFM in Biology, Pharmaceutical, & Other Bio-Related Industries - App Note
Application note on atomic force microscopy (AFM) and interfacial surface science enabling direct, high-resolution visualization of surface morphology in various solutions and gas environments.

Application Note 2007-04-23

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Topography and Recognition Imaging with PicoTREC - Application Note

Application Note 2007-03-30

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Carbon Nanotube Tips - Application Note

Application Note 2007-03-21

Using Non-Contact AFM to Image Liquid Topographies - Application Note

Application Note 2007-03-16

MAC Mode Atomic Force Microscope for Precision Interfacial Force Measurements - Application Note

Application Note 2007-03-05

MAC Mode AFM Studies of Zink-induced DNA Kinking - Application Note
Application note explaining DNA kinking and MAC Mode atomic force microscopy, which uses a magnetically driven oscillating probe with an oscillation amplitude significantly smaller than that of fluid tapping mode.

Application Note 2007-02-14

5500 ILM System - Data Sheet

Data Sheet 2006-12-21

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Multipurpose Scanners - Data Sheet

Data Sheet 2006-11-28

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Environmental Isolation Chamber - Data Sheet

Data Sheet 2006-11-19

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Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Scanners Data Sheet

Data Sheet 2006-11-17

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