VideoAFM--a new tool for high speed surface analysis.

Abstract

The VideoAFM provides a 1000 fold increase in image rate compared to conventional atomic force microscopes, giving nanometre resolution images of surfaces at a rate of 15 frames s(-1), which is approximately 1 million pixels s(-1). Images of high stiffness surfaces such as calibration grids are provided for the first time, and allow for a more rigorous… (More)

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@article{Hobbs2006VideoAFMaNT, title={VideoAFM--a new tool for high speed surface analysis.}, author={Jamie K Hobbs and Cvetelin Vasilev and Andrew D. L. Humphris}, journal={The Analyst}, year={2006}, volume={131 2}, pages={251-6} }