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Home > News > Atomic force microscope takes a closer look at individual atoms

March 2nd, 2007

Atomic force microscope takes a closer look at individual atoms

Abstract:
Hot on the heels of Purdue's Mini 10 chemical analyzer comes a (somewhat) similar creature from the other side of the globe, as Osaka University's Yoshiaki Sugimoto and colleagues have "found a way to use the atomic force microscope to produce images that reveal the chemical identity of individual atoms on a surface."

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