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The most often used standard probe for ultra-high speed scanning is the NanoWorld A R R O W ™ UHF
The Arrow™ UHF (Ultra High Frequency) is a silicon SPM and AFM probe with a tetrahedral tip and a triangular cantilever capable of resonating with an ultra high frequency of up to
2.0 MHz. On request, specific cantilever thicknesses are selected within very narrow tolerances for
an extra selection fee.
The Arrow UHF is optionally also available wth a gold reflex coating.
For more developments for the emerging field of
high speed scanning please have a look below.
Support Chip 3D View
|Resonance Frequency [kHz]||5000||2000||1500||330||1300||1250||500|
|Force Constant [N/m]||30||3.0||0.6||0.3||1.2||7.8||0.75|
|CB length [m]||10||10||7||20||10||20||20|
|CB width [m]||5||5||3||10||5||10||10|
|CB thickness [nm]||680||280||100||190||190||680||280|
For more information you can visit www.nanoandmore.com