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MikroMasch MikroMasch® thanks Ernest Rutherford for his experiment. - news

MikroMasch® thanks Ernest Rutherford for his experiment.Mon Aug 30 2021

On this day in 1871 Ernest Rutherford, the father of nuclear physics, was born. Thanks to the Rutherford gold foil experiment we know that atoms have very small nuclei, where most of their mass is concentrated, surrounded by orbiting electrons.
Do we measure the atomic nuclei with atomic resolution Atomic Force Microscopy?

BudgetSensors Happy birthday to Gerd Binnig! - news

Happy birthday to Gerd Binnig!Tue Jul 20 2021

Quite often decades pass between an important discovery in natural sciences and its respective Nobel Prize. Not so with the discovery of the Scanning Tunneling Microscope in 1981, which earned its inventors half of the 1986 Nobel Prize. Happy birthday to Gerd Binnig, co-inventor of the Scanning Tunneling Microscope and the Atomic Force Microscope!

NanoWorld Quantification of electron accumulation at grain boundaries in perovskite polycrystalline films by correlative infrared-spectroscopic nanoimaging and Kelvin probe force microscopy - news

Quantification of electron accumulation at grain boundaries in perovskite polycrystalline films by correlative infrared-spectroscopic nanoimaging and Kelvin probe force microscopyTue May 25 2021

Organic-inorganic halide perovskites are materials of high interest for the development of solar cells. Learning more about the relationship between the electrical properties and the chemical compositions of perovskite at the nanoscale can help to understand how the interrelations of both can affect device performance and contribute to an understanding on how to best design … Continue reading

NANOSENSORS Temperature effects on the nano-friction across exposed atomic step edges - news

Temperature effects on the nano-friction across exposed atomic step edgesThu May 20 2021

In the article “Temperature effects on the nano-friction across exposed atomic step edges” Wen Wang, Ashu Wang and Lingyan Zeng describe how they used friction force microscopy ( FFM ) under ultrahigh vacuum ( UHV) conditions to study the temperature dependence of nanoscale friction between a silicon AFM tip ( NANOSENSORS™ PointProbe® Plus PPP-LFMR AFM […]

NanoWorld AFM probes for Magnetic Force Microscopy – screencast on NanoWorld® MFM tips passes 2000 views mark - news

AFM probes for Magnetic Force Microscopy – screencast on NanoWorld® MFM tips passes 2000 views markFri May 14 2021

The screencast about NanoWorld AFM probes for Magnetic Force Microscopy held by Dr. Marco Becker has just passed the 2000 views mark. Congratulations Marco! Magnetic Force Microscopy is a type of Atomic Force Microscopy in which a magnetised AFM tip is used to measure magnetic interactions between the tip and the surface of a magnetic … Continue reading

NANOSENSORS Video on NANOSENSORS™ Membrane-type Surface-stress Sensors (MSS) for olfactory sensing passes 2000 views mark - news

Video on NANOSENSORS™ Membrane-type Surface-stress Sensors (MSS) for olfactory sensing passes 2000 views markWed May 05 2021

The video on NANOSENSORS™ Membrane-type Surface-stress Sensors (MSS) for olfactory sensing has passed the 2000 views mark. Thank you all for watching. The NANOSENSORS™ Membrane-type Surface-stress Sensor – MSS is a non-packaged MEMS sensor, a silicon membrane platform supported with four beams on which piezoresistors are embedded. It is mainly dedicated to R&D in the […]

NanoWorld New blog post from NanoWorld® - Pb2+ Uptake by Magnesite: The Competition between Thermodynamic Driving Force and Reaction Kinetics - news

New blog post from NanoWorld® - Pb2+ Uptake by Magnesite: The Competition between Thermodynamic Driving Force and Reaction KineticsMon May 03 2021

Pb2+ Uptake by Magnesite: The Competition between Thermodynamic Driving Force and Reaction Kinetics
When they are in put in contact with carbonate minerals dangerous environmental pollutants such as Pb2+ and Cd2+ are taken up by the solid phase assemblage and can be removed from aqueous solutions.* As carbonates can be found almost everywhere and are easily exploitable this makes them interesting materials for environmental remediation.* However, magnesite … Continue reading



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