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August 26th, 2004

Improved Consistency and Resolution

Abstract:
NanoSensors™ today (Aug. 1st, 2004) announced its new product, the PointProbe® Plus that will be replacing the Pointprobe-Silicon-SPM-Sensor. The new PointProbe® Plus (PPP) AFM probe combines the well-known features of the proven PointProbe® Series such as high application versatility and compatibility with most commercial AFMs with a further reduced and more reproducible tip radius as well as a more defined tip shape.

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