Atomic Force Microscopy Applications
Atomic Force Microscopes have a range of applications from nanotechnology and biology to engineering and semiconductors. AFMs are an essential technology applied by scientists and researchers for visualizing nanostructures and making measurements at the nanoscale including surface roughness and step-height measurements.
Atomic force microscopes are essential tools for nanotechnology research, providing the necessary resolution for the visualization and measurement of nanostructures including nanoparticles, DNA, thin films, polymers, and much more. With noise floors as low as 0.08 nm, AFM Workshop microscopes are fully capable of handling your nanotechnology research needs.
Atomic force microscopy is cost effective technique for evaluating samples for process development, and to control a process. AFM measurements used in process control are typically routine and made repetitively. Accuracy and precision can be assured by using standard measurement protocols and qualified probe tips.