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Why is PeakForce Tapping the Fastest Growing AFM Mode? 
October 27, 2015   12:00pm - 1:30pm
  Synced Audio / Video / Slides

Since its release in 2010, PeakForce Tapping has led to over 1,000 peer-reviewed publications, and generated over 3,000 citations. In this webinar, Dr. Chanmin Su, who led development of PeakForce Tapping will share the fundamentals behind the piconewton control and quantitative mechanical measurements of PeakForce Tapping and its many enabled AFM modes, such as PeakForce QNM and PeakForce TUNA. The webinar will dissect several successful use cases of PeakForce Tapping technology and discuss the latest and near-future potential of the technology, addressing a broad range of quantitative measurements in chemical ID and nanoelectrics.

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