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T-MDT is happy to invite you to the webinar “Tip Enhanced Raman Scattering. Approaching 10 nm spatial resolution in Raman imaging” by Dr. Pavel Dorozhkin.
Tip Enhanced Raman Scattering (TERS) is the technique utilizing a special AFM probe (nano-antenna) to localize light at the nanometer scale area near the probe apex. When scanning the sample with respect to the probe, the obtained optical (Raman or fluorescence) maps have lateral resolution which is not limited by the light…
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Atomic Force Microscopy Webinar Series…
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Development of advanced lithium batteries currently represents a very rapidly growing field of science and technology. Lithium batteries are interesting as a power source in numerous portable devices, in electrical vehicles, in military and aerospace applications. What factors determine the cycle life, self-discharge rate, energy density? Optimization needs the complimentary usage of different analytical approaches.
In the attached application note different Li-ion battery…
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Share your research at the world’s leading SPM conference and have your voice heard among your peers and experts in nanotechnology!…
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investigation and optimization.
In this application note, Kelvin force microscopy was used to measure the surface potential profile of a multijunction solar cell cross-section in relation to the intensity, wavelength, and beam position of a localized optical excitation (~400 nm spot diameter). The response, surface potential variation, of separate subcells was monitored. Experimental results are in good agreement with qualitative simulation.
The results were obtained…
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Dear Nanocommunity members,
we would like to inform the community that Danish Micro Engeneering (DME) has developed a new totally integrated SEM/SPM System. The system is based on a Zeiss AURIGA (R) Crossbeam Workstation and the newly developed DME UHV/AFM. The complete hardware and software integration of both systems result in the new Binnig-Rohrer-Ruska microscope (BRR) which opens totally new possibilities in the nano…
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Atomic Force Microscopy Seminars on Line!
Agilent Technologies invites you to attend our scientific e-Seminars. These exclusive one-hour live events provide a great opportunity to learn about some of the latest…Continue
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The Bruker AFM Webinar Series Presents
ScanAsyst and PeakForce Tapping
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Spend March Online: New Atomic Force Microscopy Seminars!
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Webinar: High Resolution Imaging with the BioScope Catalyst
From nucleic acids and proteins to proteinassemblies and membranes, this webinar (…Continue
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New High-Resolution Nanoelectrical AFM Technology Continues
PeakForce Tapping Revolution…Continue
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New Atomic Force Microscopy Seminar!…Continue
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IEMN, a research center of the CNRS (France), organizes a short course that provides specific training in scanning probe microscopy. This short course will be held next November, from November 25 to November 27, in Lille, with the participation of Veeco France. The course, given in the French language, is intended for scientists, technicians, engineers, who desire an introduction to SPM or who want to broaden and update their pratical knowledge on the… Continue
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