Procedures in Scanning Probe Microscopies Edited by R J Colton, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington DC, USA A Engel, Biocenter, Basel University, Switzerland J Frommer, IBM Almaden Research Center, San Jose, CA, USA H E Gaub, Technical University, Munich, Germany A A Gewirth, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL, USA R Guckenberger, Max-Planck-Institute for Biochemistry, Martinsried, Germany W Heckl, Ludwig Maximillians University, Munich, Germany B Parkinson, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO, USA J Rabe, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany Scanning Probe Microscopies (SPM) are revolutionising scientific discovery in diverse disciplines including organic, inorganic and physical chemistry, polymer and materials science, biological and medical systems, electrochemistry and nanotechnology. In this collection of protocols, Procedures in Scanning Probe Microscopies will enable you to: * Build confidence in using SPM * Maximise the potential of your SPM instrumentation * Extend your skill levels The only applications-orientated guide, Procedures in Scanning Probe Microscopies covers scanning tunnelling microscopy, atomic force microscopy and electrochemical methods.There are many examples in the literature using STM to study the complex reconstruction of surfaces [5-7]. ... This revolution in SPM instrumentation also stimulated the formation and growth of the nanometer-scale science and technology ... However today, the literature is replete with articles on narcotechnology, nanoelectronics, razrtomechanics, nanometrology, nanobiology and nanotribology. ... R.J. Colton, a#39;Essay: Forum on new ideas in tribology, a#39; Langmuir, 1996, 12, 4574 (1996).
|Title||:||Procedures in Scanning Probe Microscopies|
|Author||:||Richard J. Colton|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons Incorporated - 1998-08-21|