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Agilent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: A) today announced the addition of several new capabilities to the Agilent 5600LS, a high-resolution atomic force microscope that utilizes a fully addressable 200mm x 200mm stage and a low-noise AFM design to image both large and small samples. For ultimate flexibility, the 5600LS stage can now accommodate either a single large sample or multiple small samples, each of whose locations can be programmed into the state-of-the-art AFM system. Outstanding instrument versatility makes the 5600LS an ideal choice for multi-user facilities.

Agilent Technologies Expands Capabilities of Highly Versatile: Atomic Force Microscope for Large and Small Samples

Chandler, AZ | Posted on March 11th, 2009

"The 5600LS is the world's only commercially available AFM that allows imaging of large samples in air as well as small samples either in air or in liquid under temperature control with a high-resolution 9-micron scanner," said Jeff Jones, operations manager for Agilent's AFM facility in Chandler, Arizona. "The 5600LS system's ability to utilize open- and closed-loop scanners with a 9-micron scan range allows imaging of small feature sets at atomic resolution. This advanced multipurpose AFM enables a remarkably broad set of nanotechnology applications, including semiconductor, materials science, and life science studies."

A special Agilent stage adapter permits the 5600LS to be used with a sample plate that facilitates in-fluid imaging of small samples. Heating and cooling control is also offered for imaging biological and polymer samples in liquid. Agilent's patented MAC Mode gives 5600LS users industry-leading performance for in-fluid and soft-sample imaging.

The 5600LS supports all major AFM modes. Utilization of MAC Mode III provides three user-configurable lock-in amplifiers, affording researchers virtually limitless application possibilities and unprecedented speed. MAC Mode III allows single-pass imaging concurrent with KFM/EFM, facilitates vertical or lateral modulation studies, and supports the use of higher resonance modes of the cantilever.


The 5600LS is also compatible with Agilent's unique scanning microwave microscopy (SMM) mode, which combines the compound, calibrated electrical measurement capabilities of a microwave vector network analyzer (VNA) with the nanoscale spatial resolution and high-precision positioning of an atomic force microscope for the first time. SMM Mode outperforms traditional AFM-based scanning capacitance microscopy techniques, offering far greater application versatility, the ability to acquire quantitative results, and the highest sensitivity and dynamic range in the industry.

AFM Instrumentation from Agilent Technologies

Agilent Technologies offers high-precision, modular AFM solutions for research, industry, and education. Exceptional worldwide support is provided by experienced application scientists and technical service personnel. Agilent's leading-edge R&D laboratories ensure the continued, timely introduction and optimization of innovative, easy-to-use AFM technologies.

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About Agilent Technologies Inc.
Agilent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: A) is the world’s premier measurement company and a technology leader in communications, electronics, life sciences, and chemical analysis. The company’s 19,000 employees serve customers in more than 110 countries. Agilent had net revenues of $5.4 billion in fiscal 2007.

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