Type: Arrow™ NCR
Arrow™ - Non-contact / Tapping™ mode - Reflex coating
|Resonance Frequency||285 kHz||240 - 380 kHz|
|Force Constant||42 N/m||27 - 80 N/m|
|Length||160 µm||155 - 165 µm|
|Mean Width||45 µm||40 - 50 µm|
|Thickness||4.6 µm||4.1 - 5.1 µm|
Optimized positioning through maximized AFM tip visibility
NanoWorld® Arrow™ NC probes are designed for non-contact or tapping mode imaging. This AFM probe type combines high operation stability with outstanding sensitivity and fast scanning ability.
All SPM and AFM probes of the Arrow™ series are made from monolithic silicon which is highly doped to dissipate static charge. They are chemically inert and offer a high mechanical Q-factor for high sensitivity. These AFM probes feature a rectangular AFM cantilever with a triangular free end and a tetrahedral AFM tip with a typical height of 10 - 15 µm.
Additionally, this AFM probe offers a typical AFM tip radius of curvature of less than 10 nm.
The unique Arrow™ shape with the AFM tip position at the very end of the AFM cantilever allows easy positioning of the AFM tip on the area of interest.
A trapezoidal cross section of the AFM cantilever and therefore 30% wider (e.g. NCH) AFM cantilever detector side result in easier and faster laser adjustment. Additionally, because there is simply more space to place and reflect the laser beam, a higher SUM signal is reached.
Tip shape: Arrow
Aluminum Reflex Coating
The aluminum reflex coating consists of a 30 nm thick aluminum layer deposited on the detector side of the AFM cantilever which enhances the reflectance of the laser beam by a factor of 2.5. Furthermore it prevents light from interfering within the AFM cantilever.
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