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Over the past decade, atomic force microscopes (AFMs) have been instrumental in understanding the nanoscale morphology of photovoltaic (PV) materials, an essential step to...

The research boom in the field of two-dimensional materials began with the isolation of graphene in 2004 and shows no signs of subsiding anytime soon. Continued interest in the...

As energy storage devices shrink, new characterization methods are necessary to allow in situ studies of nanoscale dynamics inside electrochemical cells. Learn how Atomic Force...

  Oxford Instruments Asylum Research launches its new Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) online regional probe store for Japan—https://AFMProbes.AsylumResearch.jp....

Oxford Instruments Asylum Research in conjunction with Microscopy and Analysis will present the webinar “Video-Rate Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) Enables New Research...

Oxford Instruments Asylum Research introduces its new SurfRider “HQ-Series” Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) probes, offering best-in-class performance at budget...

Oxford Instruments Asylum Research launches new e-commerce AFM probe store in Europe, expanding its reach for online purchasing of a wide selection of AFM probes.

Announcing Cypher VRS video-rate atomic force microscope

Nov. 18, 2016 (Santa Barbara, CA) Electrochemistry capabilities are now available on the Cypher ES Atomic Force Microscope (AFM), the highest resolution, fast scanning AFM with...

Get ready to surf your sample with new economical atomic force microscope (AFM) probes. “Econo Board™ Probes” are the first group of probes released from...

(Santa Barbara, CA) Successful atomic force microscopy (AFM) imaging starts with choosing the right probe for your sample and scan mode. It’s one of the most important...

(Santa Barbara, CA) The importance of characterizing electrical functionality on nanometer length scales continues to grow as devices shrink and new nanomaterials emerge. The...