Our speakers take a closer look at the capability of industry-leading AFM technology to perform high-resolution imaging of surface topography. A few typical applications are covered, including:
Practical aspects such as tip selection, tip shape monitoring and tip lifetime, throughput, automation and extraction of critical analysis parameters are also discussed.
Finally, the webinar closes with an exploration of the capability to apply AFM for local chemical identification by combining it with nanoscale IR imaging and spectroscopy. Two interesting applications of this ‘AFM-IR’ approach are the chemical identification of contaminants and chemical mapping (with 10 nm spatial resolution) of specific materials.
This webinar was presented on: December 16, 2020
Dr. Peter De Wolf
Worldwide Director of Applications, Bruker
Ingo Schmitz, Ph.D.
Technical Marketing Engineer, Bruker