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Scanning Tip Microscopy With Applications To Biology
Author(s): Dror Sarid; Edmond H. Thall; Douglas A. Iams; Jeffery T. Ingle; Tammy D. Henson; Y. C. Lee; L. Stephen Bell
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Paper Abstract

Scanning tunneling microscopy and atomic force microscopy, denoted here scanning tip microscopy, are two powerful novel techniques for imaging surfaces with atomic resolution. We describe the underlying principles of these two techniques with special emphasis on an instrument developed in our laboratory that uses a laser diode to detect minute deflections of a tip as it raster scans the surface of a sample. Applications of these techniques to research in biology are assessed and their relative merits discussed.

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Date Published: 13 June 1989
PDF: 10 pages
Proc. SPIE 1063, New Technologies in Cytometry, (13 June 1989); doi: 10.1117/12.951893
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Dror Sarid, University of Arizona (United States)
Edmond H. Thall, University of Arizona (United States)
Douglas A. Iams, University of Arizona (United States)
Jeffery T. Ingle, University of Arizona (United States)
Tammy D. Henson, University of Arizona (United States)
Y. C. Lee, University of Arizona (United States)
L. Stephen Bell, University of Arizona (United States)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 1063:
New Technologies in Cytometry
Gary C. Salzman, Editor(s)

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