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NANOSENSORS releases a screencast on its new uniqprobe AFM probe series that is dedicated for in scanning probe microscopy applications in biology and life sciences.

NANOSENSORS uniqprobes – uniform quality AFM probes for biology and life science applications

Neuchâtel, Switzerland | Posted on June 23rd, 2014

NANOSENSORS™ announced that a screencast explaining the advantages of a completely new SPM (Scanning Probe Microscopy) probe series called uniqprobe dedicated for use in biological and life science applications has been uploaded on its website and youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DhnwzSol84k .

A spoken Chinese version of the screencast has also been made available: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kd9DEqI0vmQ .

The main advantages of the uniqprobe AFM tips are the unsurpassed uniformity of cantilever force constant and resonance frequency range and a special drift reducing coating that is particularly useful for measurements in liquid environments.

The NANOSENSORS uniqprobe combines the well-known features of the other NANOSENSORS AFM probe series such as high application versatility and compatibility with most commercial SPMs with absolutely straight and stress-free cantilevers even if they are made very long, thin and soft to fulfill the demands of biological applications.

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About NANOSENSORS
NANOSENSORS™ is specializing in the development and production of innovative high quality probes for scanning probe microscopy (SPM) and atomic force microscopy (AFM). The products are especially designed for scientists at universities, research institutions and industrial R&D centers in the fields of nanotechnology, microtechnology, materials research, semiconductors, biology, biotechnology, chemistry and medicine. NANOSENSORS™ is a trademark of NanoWorld AG.

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