NanoWorld Screencast on Ultra-Short Cantilevers (USC) for High-Speed AFM (HS-AFM) and video rate Atomic Force Microscopy passes 1000 views mark

The screencast on Ultra-Short Cantilevers (USC) for High Speed AFM (HS-AFM)  and video rate Atomic Force Microscopy held by Mathieu Burri  has just reached the 1000 views mark. Congratulations Mathieu!

The Ultra-Short Cantilevers series combines very small cantilevers capable of resonating in the MHz regime and a very sharp and wear resistant tip and is dedicated to High-Speed AFM (HS-AFM). The Ultra-Short Cantilevers series consists of six different types of probes which cover the complete range of high speed scanning applications, from non-contact mode to contact mode, from measurements in air to measurements in liquid.

More information such as high speed videos, an image gallery and a regularly updated reference list of scientific articles on high speed AFM can be found on the dedicated website: . You can also find references to scientific articles mentioning the use of NanoWorld USC AFM probes on the NanoWorld blog.

If you haven’t seen the USC screencast yet have a look at:


A Chinese Version of this screencast is also available: