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November 13th, 2006

In Nanotechnology, Negative-Stiffness Vibration Isolation Is Gaining Popularity

Abstract:
It wasn't too long ago that making the decision where to locate your scanning probe microscope was a simple one put it in the basement where the ambient vibration was minimized. But recently, with nanotechnology applications growing exponentially, scientists and engineers are putting their equipment in a multitude of locations where vibration noise is significantly high.

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