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NT-MDT will participate in the Spring 2008 ACS National Meeting & Exposition in New Orleans, LA, USA, April 6th to10th . During the ACS exhibition, NT-MDT will debut their newest product innovation the Solver Next, the first general-purpose SPM automated for ease-of-use at any user level. The system offers complete automation, intelligent software and ergonomic design making this general-purpose SPM acceptable for state-of-the-art scientific laboratories and multi user facilities.

NT-MDT's new automated SPM offers ease-of-use for all user levels

Russia | Posted on April 1st, 2008

NT-MDT will participate in the Spring 2008 ACS National Meeting & Exposition in New Orleans, LA, USA, April 6th to10th . During the ACS exhibition, NT-MDT will debut their newest product innovation the Solver Next, the first general-purpose SPM automated for ease-of-use at any user level. The system offers complete automation, intelligent software and ergonomic design making this general-purpose SPM acceptable for state-of-the-art scientific laboratories and multi user facilities.

The essential features of the Solver NEXT are its two built-in SPM measuring heads for AFM and STM operation. The system automation removes the need for manual setup of the measuring head and adjustment of laser feedback. As an option, additional manually inserted measuring heads are available for experiments in liquid or nanoindentation measurements. The System has closed-loop sensors to compensate for inherent piezoelectric imperfections such as scan nonlinearity, creep and hysteresis. The sample can be heated up to 150 oÑ. The video monitoring system enables high resolution, motorized focusing, and continuous zooming. Selection of the scan area is motorized as well. The sample positioning is tied in with the movement of video monitoring system thus automatically bringing the chosen sample area to the SPM measurement area. The Solver Next has an advanced controller with library of scripts and MAC OS compatibility for versatility to meet the many challenges of scientific research.

We welcome attendees to visit our booth #1250 to learn more about the Solver Next or our well-know NTegra nanolaboratories.

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Building 167
Moscow
124460, Russia
tel: (+7 495) 535-0305, 913-5736
fax: 535-6410, 913-5739
Yana Prima

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