Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM)
AFM microscopes provide atomic-level (10nm) characterizations such as:
Applications for AFM
Researchers use AFM to study things like:
- Carbon Nanotubes
- Flat Panel Displays
- Biological Samples
- And More!
Combine AFM with other techniques
Integrate AMF microscopes with other spectroscopic tools to allow the identification of a materials’
- chemical structure
- crystal structure
Raman and AFM combined enables a holistic analysis of a given material. Correlate the topography and physical properties of materials with their chemical structure.
Flash Photonics and Nanonics Imaging, Ltd. have partnered to offer a suite of spectroscopic and advanced imaging products at the cutting edge of AFM. The Hydra BioAFM, MultiView 4000, and SpectraView 2500 offer integration with one or a combination of: Bio-Imaging Applications, Terahertz Spectroscopy, Cryogenic Systems, High Magnetic Field Studies, and Tip Enhanced Raman Scattering (TERS). Learn more here.