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  • Article - 7 Jan 2020
    While an optical microscope allows users to visualize microscopic structures using magnification and visual light, an atomic force microscope (AFM) can provide information on atomic-scale structures...
  • Article - 14 Feb 2019
    The highest magnification image ever created shows a single molecule of pentacene. Pentacene is a hydrocarbon which consists of five linearly fused benzene rings and has a molar mass of 278 g.mol­­-1.
  • Article - 11 Oct 2013
    The wide-bandgap gallium nitride’s one-dimensional semiconductor-nanowires are leading contenders for nanoscale devices.
  • Article - 11 Oct 2022
    AFM stands for atomic force microscopy and is a type of scanning probe microscope (SPM). SPMs use a probe to evaluate local characteristics such as friction, magnetism, and height. AFM acquires an...
  • Article - 16 May 2022
    It's World Metrology Day, and AZoM is looking back at its articles on measurement and metrological advancements!
  • Article - 8 Oct 2019
    Inorganic chemistry procedures are utilized across a wide variety of industries for numerous different experimental purposes. This article will discuss some of the laboratory equipment that makes the...
  • Article - 18 Jun 2019
    Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) can now be used to probe several properties of a material. This article discusses the many applications where AFM has become an important imaging and characterization...
  • Article - 22 Jul 2022
    Conductive and photoconductive atomic force microscopy are variations of atomic force microscopy (AFM). Conductive AFM simply measures the electrical conductivity of materials while photoconductive...
  • Article - 4 Mar 2022
    This article informs readers regarding the basics of atomic force microscopy, its uses for biological applications, and the different substrates used for AFM imaging of small biological objects.
  • Article - 4 Feb 2022
    This article focuses on atomic force microscopy, electrochemical impedance spectra, and the interrelation between the two concepts.