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New Self-sensing Self-actuating Akiyama-probe Website Uploaded

Neuchâtel, January 29th, 2018
Akiyama Probe We have uploaded an updated version of the NANOSENSORS Akiyama-probe webpage. On the new website you will find...

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NANOSENSORS introduces MSS-8RM

Neuchâtel, October 30th, 2017
Akiyama Probe NANOSENSORS™ introduces the MSS 8 Channel Readout Module (MSS-8RM), a basic electronic module to operate and to readout NANOSENSORS™ MSS, up to 8 sensors simultaneously...

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New Method for Torque Magnetometry Using a Commercially Available Membrane-Type Surface Stress Sensor

Neuchâtel, August 16th, 2017
Akiyama ProbeIn this article the authors present a new method for torque magnetometry by using a commercially available membrane-type surface stress sensor (MSS) – the NANOSENSORS MSS. This sensor has a silicon membrane supported by four beams in which piezoresistive paths are integrated. Although originally developed as a gas sensor, it can be used for torque measurement by modifying its on-chip aluminum interconnections. The authors demonstrate the magnetic-torque measurement of submillimeter-sized crystals at low temperature and in strong magnetic fields...

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High quality AFM tips for the use in ScanAsyst® mode: NANOSENSORS™ uniqprobe® BioT

Neuchâtel, February 26st, 2016
In this application image we used the small cantilever of the NANOSENSORS™ uniqprobe® BioT to scan in ScanAsyst® mode in air. We imaged crystallites with nanometer-sized edge features with a scan size of 1 µm and a speed of 2 µm/s. Even in a that large, micrometer size image of a surface with ...

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