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Next-Generation Ferroelectric Materials Research with SS-PFM

Learn how SS-PFM expands standard PFM to greatly improve the sensitivity and accuracy of measurements

      

AFM breaks the limits of macroscopic techniques for determining materials' ferroelectric properties; SS-PFM extends these advantages even further.

In this webinar, Bruker AFM experts discuss and demonstrate the use and capabilities of our new SS-PFM mode, particularly in comparison to standard PFM mode.

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Webinar Overview

Investigate Ferroelectric Materials with Greater Accuracy and Sensitivity

SS-PFM Mode:

  • Enables quantification of key parameters of the ferroelectric hysteresis loop and comparison of material performance across instruments, labs, and probes
  • Provides hyperspectral maps of ferroelectric key parameters
  • Significantly reduces electrostatic artifacts
  • Allows correlation with properties drawn from, e.g. piezoelectric and chemical maps

Highlights:

  • Learn how to characterize advanced properties of ferroelectric materials with SS-PFM mode.
  • Get practical guidance for using SS-PFM to generate a hysteresis loop and characterize properties of ferroelectric materials otherwise inaccessible by PFM modes

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