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December 7th, 2006

Agilent Technologies introduces Agilent 5400 AFM/SPM system

Abstract:
The global explosion of nanoscience means that more researchers, engineers and educators need increased access to nanotechnology tools such as atomic force microscopy, according to Agilent Nanomeasurements Division. The Agilent 5400 offers the right balance of performance, versatility, upgradeability and ease-of-use to make it the ideal tool for a wide range of markets.

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