Have you every wondered how carbon dating in the AFM tip world works?
Courtesy of Prof. Noriyuki Kodera, nanoLSI, Kanazawa University, Japan we could upload two new images and a very nice High Speed Atomic Force Microscopy (HS-AFM) video of Actin filaments on Mica with APTES to the image gallery and the video gallery on https://www.highspeedscanning.com/.
NanoWorld USC-F1.2-k0.15 Ultra-Short AFM cantilevers [C = 0.15 N/m; fo = 1200 kHz] were used for the high speed imaging.
The HighSpeedScanning webpage is dedicated to presenting information about ultra high frequency AFM probe solutions for High Speed AFM ranging from already commercialized AFM probes such as the ArrowTM UHF and NanoWorld Ultra-Short Cantilever (USC) series to AFM probes that are still under development.
Additionally to the High-Speed AFM images and videos researchers worldwide kindly have provided us with so that we can share them with the whole High Speed AFM community you will also find a list of links and references dedicated to High-Speed AFM on https://www.highspeedscanning.com/high-speed-scanning.html
We are aware that these lists are far from complete and we are constantly working on keepting them up to date. If your research institute or company is working with High Speed AFM (HS-AFM) using our AFM probes or if you have published articles with images that were achieved with our High Speed AFM probes annd you find that are missing from our list then please let us know via email: firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like us to add them to the list of references .
We wish everyone a good start into the new lunar year of the tiger!