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Happy Holidays from NANOSENSORS™Thu Dec 24 2020

Happy Holidays from NANOSENSORS™ - news

Season’s Greetings from NANOSENSORS™ AFM probes
The reindeer are back in the park! This is a sure sign that it is again time to wish all users of our AFM probes Happy Holidays! This has been a difficult year for many among us. Take care of yourselves. We are looking forward to a new year with better news together with you.

An amazing atomic-resolution image of a titanium oxide surfaceFri Dec 11 2020

An amazing atomic-resolution image of a titanium oxide surface - news

A new image has been added to the NanoAndMore image gallery. A big thank you to Prof. Sugawara and Prof. Li from Osaka University for this amazing atomic-resolution image of a titanium oxide surface made on a home-built non-contact AFM system with an ultrastiff AFM probe SD-T10L100 from the NANOSENSORS™ Special Developments List.

Millisecond dynamics of an unlabeled amino acid transporter.Sat Dec 05 2020

Millisecond dynamics of an unlabeled amino acid transporter. - news

In the article “Millisecond dynamics of an unlabeled amino acid transporter “ Tina R. Matin, George R. Heath, Gerard H. M. Huysmans, Olga Boudker and Simon Scheuring develop and apply high-speed atomic force microscopy line-scanning (HS-AFM-LS) combined with automated state assignment and transition analysis for the determination of transport dynamics of unlabeled membrane-reconstituted GltPh, a prokaryotic EAAT homologue, with millisecond temporal resolution.

https://www.nanoworld.com/blog/

Thank you all for visiting us at our virtual booth at the 2020 Virtual MRS Spring/Fall Meeting & Exhibit.Fri Dec 04 2020

Thank you all for visiting us at our virtual booth at the 2020 Virtual MRS Spring/Fall Meeting & Exhibit. - news

Thank you all for visiting us at our virtual booth at the 2020 Virtual MRS Spring/Fall Meeting & Exhibit. Although the Zoom meeting function will not be active anymore you can still have a look at all our #AFMprobe exhibits for a while.
We hope we will be able to meet you face to face again next fall.
Take care of yourselves and stay healthy!

Millisecond dynamics of an unlabeled amino acid transporterMon Nov 30 2020

Millisecond dynamics of an unlabeled amino acid transporter - news

Excitatory amino acid transporters (EAATs) are important in many physiological processes and crucial for the removal of excitatory amino acids from the synaptic cleft.*

In the article “Millisecond dynamics of an unlabeled amino acid transporter “ Tina R. Matin, George R. Heath, Gerard H. M. Huysmans, Olga Boudker and Simon Scheuring develop and apply high-speed atomic force microscopy line-scanning (HS-AFM-LS) combined with automated state assignment and transition analysis for the determination of transport dynamics of unlabeled membrane-reconstituted GltPh, a prokaryotic EAAT homologue, with millisecond temporal resolution.*

Among the bulk and single-molecule techniques, high-speed atomic force microscopy ( HS-AFM ) stands out with its ability to provide real-time structural and dynamical information of single molecules. HS-AFM images label-free molecules under close-to-physiological conditions with ~0.1 nm vertical and ~1 nm lateral imaging resolution. Furthermore, HS-AFM has typically ~100 ms temporal resolution, giving access to structure–dynamics relationship of proteins, though the achievable imaging speed depends on sample characteristics like scan size and surface corrugation.
#SingleMoleculeBiophysics #AminoAcidTransporter #videorateAFM #高速AFMカンチレバー #高速原子力显微镜 #HSAFMLS
https://www.nanoworld.com/blog/millisecond-dynamics-of-an-unlabeled-amino-acid-transporter/

Nanoscale Charge Accumulation and Its Effect on Carrier Dynamics in Tri-cation Perovskite StructuresThu Nov 26 2020

Nanoscale Charge Accumulation and Its Effect on Carrier Dynamics in Tri-cation Perovskite Structures - news

Nanoscale investigations by scanning probe microscopy have provided major contributions to the rapid development of organic–inorganic halide perovskites (OIHP) as optoelectronic devices. Further improvement of device level properties requires a deeper understanding of the performance-limiting mechanisms such as ion migration, phase segregation, and their effects on charge extraction both at the nano- and macroscale.

In the article “Nanoscale Charge Accumulation and Its Effect on Carrier Dynamics in Tri-cation Perovskite Structures” David Toth, Bekele Hailegnaw, Filipe Richheimer, Fernando A. Castro, Ferry Kienberger, Markus C. Scharber, Sebastian Wood and Georg Gramse describe how they studied the dynamic electrical response of Cs0.05(FA0.83MA0.17)0.95PbI3–xBrx perovskite structures by employing conventional and microsecond time-resolved open-loop Kelvin probe force microscopy (KPFM).

NanoAndMore proudly sponsors the #AVS67 Virtual Showcase this weekTue Oct 27 2020

NanoAndMore proudly sponsors the #AVS67 Virtual Showcase this week - news

NanoAndMore proudly sponsors the #AVS67 Virtual Showcase this week. It is being held October 27-29 10:00 am-1:15 pm. (EDT) and covers a range of emerging topics related to #materialsprocessing and interfaces in the research and manufacturing communities. Live sessions ( the first one starts at 10 a.m. EDT today ) are available and participation is free of charge. Haven’t registered yet? Have a look at: https://avs67.avs.org
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