Nanoscale thermometry by scanning thermal microscopy.

@article{Menges2016NanoscaleTB,
  title={Nanoscale thermometry by scanning thermal microscopy.},
  author={Fabian Menges and Heike Riel and Andreas Stemmer and Bernd Gotsmann},
  journal={The Review of scientific instruments},
  year={2016},
  volume={87 7},
  pages={
          074902
        }
}
Measuring temperature is a central challenge in nanoscience and technology. Addressing this challenge, we report the development of a high-vacuum scanning thermal microscope and a method for non-equilibrium scanning probe thermometry. The microscope is built inside an electromagnetically shielded, temperature-stabilized laboratory and features nanoscopic spatial resolution at sub-nanoWatt heat flux sensitivity. The method is a dual signal-sensing technique inferring temperature by probing a… CONTINUE READING

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