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July 14th, 2004

Magnetic Resonance Force Microscopy

Abstract:
Magnetic resonance force microscopy (MRFM) is a new microscopic imaging technique that combines aspects of atomic force microscopy (AFM) with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Interest in this technique is driven by the possibility of reaching the "Holy Grail" of microscopy: true three-dimensional, sub-surface imaging with atomic resolution and chemical specificity. This goal has not yet been reached, but good progress is being made.

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