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March 5th, 2007

Nano-DST Advanced Platform

Abstract:
Pacific Nanotechnology Inc. (PNI), a manufacturer of products used in nanotechnology and nanoscience, announced an advanced platform for research applications delivering dual scanner technology, the Nano-DST.

The company previously introduced the Nano-R AFM systems. The Nano-DST provides a radical new approach to the world of atomic force microscopy (AFM), because rather than having a single scanner restricted to scan area and resolution limitations, the Nano-DST incorporates two scanners, Pacific Nanotechnology said.

Source:
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