Scanning extreme locations with the DME BRR microscope, a hybrid SEM AFM

With the DME BRR SEM/AFM system remotely located sample surfaces can be investigasted by AFM. Be supprised by this amazing possibilties. As example a cubic saltcrystal is scanned on its top side which is only 1 micron by 2 microns large.

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