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Fabrication of advanced probes for atomic force microscopy using focused ion beam

The method of Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) holds the greatest

promise for surface diagnostics and analysis. The use of AFM allows

one to study the local geometric, electrical, and mechanical properties

of the substrate surface and form nanoscale structures on the surface

of solids [1]. The resolution of AFM is defined by many factors, most of

which are related to the shape and quality of the preparation of probes.



Added by AFM Probes, Tips, and Cantilever on June 30, 2017 at 4:44am — No Comments

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Développement de procédure de mesure de l'efficacité des filtres N95 à capturer les nanoparticules

« La croissance phénoménale des produits nanotechnologiques soulève des inquiétudes quant à l’exposition humaine aux nanoparticules ainsi produites, lesquelles peuvent poser des risques pour la santé et la sécurité des travailleurs. Outre l’élimination à la source ou la diminution de l’exposition, la ventilation, locale ou générale, et la protection personnelle, en…


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