Hydrogen plasma microlithography of graphene supported on a Si/SiO2 substrate

Applied Physics Letters 102 (2013) 071602

Baran Eren, Thilo Glatzel, Marcin Kisiel, Wangyang Fu, Rémy Pawlak, Urs Gysin, Cornelia Nef, Laurent Marot, Michel Calame, Christian Schönenberger, Ernst Meyer

Nanosurf FlexAFM was employed for Kelvin Probe Force Microscopy characterization of untreated and patterned single layer graphene.

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Industrial solutions

In addition to our standard products we can design and develop custom-built atomic force microscope systems, stages, and parts. A dedicated team of highly qualified engineers is ready to create the optimal solution for your industrial application. For a first impression of what we can do, have a look at these examples.

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Flex-Axiom — AFM for materials research

By advancing key technologies and designs, Nanosurf has made the Flex-Axiom one of the most versatile and flexible atomic force microscopes ever, allowing a large variety of materials research applications to be handled with ease. Together with the powerful C3000 controller, complex material characterizations are possible.

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Flex-Bio — AFM for biology and life science

A key success factor in life science research is the combination of multiple techniques. With the Flex-Bio, Nanosurf's Bio AFM, you can combine the AFM imaging, spectroscopy and nanomanipulation capabilities of this system with the high-end optical imaging techniques available for inverted microscopes.