Tag Archives: PointProbe® Plus (PPP)

Happy Swiss National Holiday with Smallest Swiss Cross

Basel University : Smallest Swiss Cross – Made of 20 Single Atoms ( a NANOSENSORS PPP-NCL was used for this image)

20 bromine atoms positioned on a sodium chloride surface using the tip of an atomic force microscope at room temperature, creating a Swiss cross with the size of 5.6nm. The structure is stable at room temperature and was achieved by exchanging chlorine with bromine atoms. (Fig: University of Basel, Department of Physics), image made with NANOSENSORS PPP-NCL AFM tip
20 bromine atoms positioned on a sodium chloride surface using the tip of an atomic force microscope at room temperature, creating a Swiss cross with the size of 5.6nm. The structure is stable at room temperature and was achieved by exchanging chlorine with bromine atoms. (Fig: University of Basel, Department of Physics)

 

Consistent AFM tip shape leading to reproducible results – NANOSENSORS PointProbe Plus Screencast passes 500 views mark

The screencast held by Head of R&D Thomas Sulzbach  on the  NANOSENSORS PointProbe® Plus Silicon AFM probe series  with a consistent tip shape leading to more reproducible results has just passed the 500 views mark.
Congratulations Thomas!

Screencasts on the PointProbe® Plus are also available in Japanese

and in Chinese:

also on youku http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XNzMyMDg2MjQ4.html