An Atomic Force Microscope (AFM) is a very high-resolution type of Scanning Probe Microscope, AFM, also referred to as SPM or Scanning Probe Microscopy, is a high-resolution imaging technique that can resolve features as small as an atomic lattice in the real space. It allows researchers to observe and manipulate at the molecular and atomic level.

The MFP-3D BIO is a high-performance Atomic Force Microscope (AFM) designed specifically for biological applications. It is a versatile AFM that combines molecular resolution imaging and pN force-based measurements on an inverted optical microscope. Combined with its ultra-low noise performance and unprecedented precision and accuracy, the MFP-3D-BIO has raised the bar for AFM instrumentation in bioscience

Main Features:

Scanning Tip design

Atomic Resolution

Liquid immersion capability

Nano-indentation capability on soft materials

Nanolithography capability

Conductive AFM

Active Vibration isolation

Environmental chamber