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13 Jul 2019 Anna Demming

"Cell reproduction, disease detection and semiconductor optimization are just some of the areas of research that have exploited the atomic force microscope. First invented by Calvin Quate, Gerd Binnig and Christoph Gerber in the mid 1980s, atomic force microscopy (AFM)…"


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Thanks for the link ... But unfortunately, I am still struggling to get the best out of my assorted optical microscopes :roll:
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AFM uses an atomic sharp tip attached to a cantilever that gently feels the topography as it scans in a similar way to the stylus of a record player.

Makes it all sound so easy !!
... If only

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