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NanoWorld publishes its AFM and SPM probes product brochure in nine languages
NanoWorld™ - a leading manufacturer of probes for Scanning Probe Microscopy (SPM) and Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) - announced the publication of its product brochure in nine languages. NanoWorld's product brochure is now available in English, French, German, Spanish, Russian, Japanese, Korean and in traditional as well as simplified Chinese. "This is an additional service to our steadily growing customer base" said Michaela Roessger, Head of Marketing of NanoWorld AG.
The new product brochures are directly delivered to the desktop of all users of SPM and AFM probes worldwide. The product brochures can be viewed online at www.nanoworld.com/ or downloaded as PDF. NanoWorld™ will continuously update these product brochures and always provide the most current product information online. "We are happy to provide our users from now on with the latest product information in their mother tongue on our website. This is an ideal complement to our extensive product guide in English with detailed datasheets for each of our AFM tips" Roessger said.
About NanoWorld AG
Swiss-based NanoWorld AG is a leading manufacturer of high quality tips for Scanning Probe Microscopes (SPM) and Atomic Force Microscopes (AFM). The Atomic Force Microscope (AFM) is the vital instrument for the whole field of nanoscience and nanotechnology. AFM probes are used in research and commercial nanotechnology businesses to investigate materials on an atomic scale. Scanning probes for Atomic Force Microscopy produced by NanoWorld are the key consumables for scientists in nanotechnology. The consistent high quality of the scanning probes manufactured by NanoWorld is essential for reproducible results.
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