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New post - PointProbe Plus XL - Extra Tall Tips for Nanoprofiling (http://www.nanosensors.com/blog/pointprobe-plus-xl-extra-tall-tips-for-nanoprofiling/?utm_source=Google%2B&utm_medium=Blog&utm_content=PointProbe+Plus+XL+-+Extra+Tall+Tips+for+Nanoprofiling&utm_campaign=NANOSENSORS+Blog) has been published on NANOSENSORS Blog.

Are you looking for extra tall tips for nanoprofiling and other applications in this direction? Then look no further. There is a PointProbe Plus version with a tip height of 50µm. On the NANOSENSORS Special Developments List http://www.nanosensors.com/pdf/SpecialDevelopmentsList.pdf  on page 7 you will find three types of cantilevers (one for non-contact mode, one for force modulation mode and one for contact mode).
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New post - Season's Greetings (http://www.nanosensors.com/blog/seasons-greetings/?utm_source=Google%2B&utm_medium=Blog&utm_content=Season%27s+Greetings&utm_campaign=NANOSENSORS+Blog) has been published on NANOSENSORS Blog.

Seasonal Special Development: PointProbe Plus AFM tip with pine, snow and star coating. Happy Holidays to you all!
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New post - Yes, we (s)can! (http://www.nanosensors.com/blog/yes-we-scan/?utm_source=Google%2B&utm_medium=Blog&utm_content=Yes%2C+we+%28s%29can%21&utm_campaign=NANOSENSORS+Blog) has been published on NANOSENSORS Blog.

The  Uniqprobe series is going to grow soon...
We've just successfully tested a novel type. Stay tuned to find out more.
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New post - Watch the Akiyama Probe in motion (http://www.nanosensors.com/blog/watch-the-akiyama-probe-in-motion/?utm_source=Google%2B&utm_medium=Blog&utm_content=Watch+the+Akiyama+Probe+in+motion&utm_campaign=NANOSENSORS+Blog) has been published on NANOSENSORS Blog.

A new video showing the self-sensing and self-actuating NANOSENSORS Akiyama AFM probe in motion has been uploaded to the NANOSENSORS youtube channel.  Stroboscopic motion views demonstrate how the tuning fork prongs and the cantilever are really vibrating. Have a look  at:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BnPtEsccCDU&feature=youtu.be

 
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How Akiyama Probe (A-Probe) works? Stroboscopic motion views. Please watch this video!!

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New post - Self-sensing self-actuating Akiyama-Probe screencast has 1500 views (http://www.nanosensors.com/blog/self-sensing-self-actuating-akiyama-probe-screencast-has-1500-views/?utm_source=Google%2B&utm_medium=Blog&utm_content=Self-sensing+self-actuating+Akiyama-Probe+screencast+has+1500+views&utm_campaign=NANOSENSORS+Blog) has been published on NANOSENSORS Blog.

The screencast on the self-sensing self-actuating Akiyama Probe (A-Probe) held  by Dr. Terunobu Akiyama on Youtube https://youtu.be/-mrs_-soChY  has just passed the 1500 views mark. Congratulations Akiyama-san!
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New post - Nanoscale chemical imaging by photoinduced force microscopy (http://www.nanosensors.com/blog/nanoscale-chemical-imaging-by-photoinduced-force-microscopy/?utm_source=Google%2B&utm_medium=Blog&utm_content=Nanoscale+chemical+imaging+by+photoinduced+force+microscopy&utm_campaign=NANOSENSORS+Blog) has been published on NANOSENSORS Blog.

NANOSENSORS PPP-NCHAu and PPP-FMAu AFM tips were used in the research for this interesting paper

Derek Novak et al.
Nanoscale chemical imaging by photoinduced force microscopy
Science Advances  25 Mar 2016
Vol. 2, no. 3, e1501571
DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.1501571
This work is licensed under CC BY-NC (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0)

Abstract
Correlating spatial chemical information with the morphology of closely packed nanostructures remains a challenge for the scientific
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New post - Visit us at JASIS 2016 (http://www.nanosensors.com/blog/visit-us-at-jasis-2016/?utm_source=Google%2B&utm_medium=Blog&utm_content=Visit+us+at+JASIS+2016&utm_campaign=NANOSENSORS+Blog) has been published on NANOSENSORS Blog.

Have you already seen the NANOSENSORS AFM tips display at the Toyo booth 6A-404 at JASIS 2016? Don't forget to visit us. Dr. Terunobu Akiyama will be happy to welcome you. #JASIS #JASIS2016
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