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NaioSTM Scanning tunneling microscope for nanoeducation

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NaioSTM Scanning tunneling microscope for nanoeducation Controller and scan head integrated in a single device Next-Level Nanotechnology Tools Extremely simple handling and reliable operation Atomic resolution in minutes info@nanosurf.com / www.nanosurf.com swiss quality

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Your easy entry into the world of atoms The first scanning tunneling microscope (STM) was developed in 1981 by Binnig and Rohrer at the IBM Research Laboratory in Rüschlikon, Switzerland, for the first time making atoms directly visible to a small group of specialists. In 1997, Nanosurf went one step further and brought atoms to the classroom! Today, well over a thousand Nanosurf STMs play a crucial role in nanotechnology education around the globe: Atomic lattices. Left: Graphite (HOPG), scan size 2 nm. Right: MoS2, scan size 3 nm. •• Teachers appreciate the ease of use of Nanosurf STMs,...

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