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View Resource Atomic Force Microscopy

This site features a video lecture on Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) by Prof. Arvind Raman of Purdue University that discusses the historical development, instrumentation and operational principles of various AFM modes. The lecture is accompanied by power point slides with clear illustrative graphics. The basics are provided in the application examples with advantages and limitation discussed....

View Resource Introduction to Scanning Probe Microscopy

This learning module teaches the principles behind scanning tunneling microscopy and atomic force microscopy. The module includes example applications and ample literature citations. Scanning tunneling (STM), atomic force (AFM), lateral (friction) force, magnetic force, chemical force and phase imaging are discussed.

View Resource Scanning Electron Microscopy (FESEM) & Atomic Force Microscope (AFM) Practice Lab

This activity, created by Pennsylvania State University and the Nanotechnology Applications and Career Knowledge Center (NACK), serves as a guide for students who want to gain hands-on experience inĀ Atomic Force Microscope (AFM) andĀ Scanning Electron Microscopy (FESEM) imaging techniques. The document outlines the steps students should take to familiarize themselves with their available m...

View Resource Process Control: Intermittent Contact Mode and Non-Contact Mode Atomic Force Microscopy

This document, created by Pennsylvania State University and the Nanotechnology Applications and Career Knowledge Center (NACK), introduces students to the intermittent contact and non-contact modes of atomic force microscopy with an explanation of each technique and its usage. Students will "understand and learn how to use the Veeco Digital Instruments CP-II and Innova SPM hardware and software"...

View Resource Nanoscience Education Free Software Programs

This site has several free software simulation programs for nanoscience educators. These include an atomic force microscope model, a driven oscillator, and a probe simulator.

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