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10, May 17'
Category: Data Storage
The coupling between an electrical and mechanical response in a material is a fundamental property that provides functionality to a variety of applica...
28, Dec 16'
Category: Semiconductor
Efforts to harden electronic components and systems using solid-state devices against the effects of radiation and heat for use in space travel has be...
19, Mar 17'
Category: Nano Materials
"What is the ultimate resolution of AFM in air?" This is a very important question because we all want to know the size of the smallest details on our...
28, Dec 16'
Category: Nano Materials
Atomic force microscopy (AFM) was originally developed in the 1980s with its first usage in published experimentation taking place in 1986. AFM operat...
10, Mar 17'
Category: Semiconductor
Scanning Kelvin probe microscopy, or SKPM, was introduced as a tool to measure the local contact potential difference between a conducting atomic forc...
27, Dec 16'
Category: Micro and Molecular Biology
The need to measure sample surface features have become increasingly important in many applications such as manufacturing semiconductor devices and mo...
31, Jan 17'
Category: Data Storage
Magnetization reversal plays a major role in designing the switching mechanisms of magnetic nanostructures in a high density storage device. In this s...
27, Dec 16'
Category: Micro and Molecular Biology
Products for sun protection such as hats, sunscreen, and clothing are commonly used to prevent skin irritation and damage, but few products for protec...
31, Jan 17'
Category: Micro and Molecular Biology
Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) is one of the most significant discoveries of the last century, primarily because it revolutionized many fields including ...
27, Dec 16'
Category: Nano Materials
The goal of all forms of microscopy is to enable the observation of increasingly smaller objects and their details and characteristics which cannot be...

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