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For DFM, the cantilever is oscillating while it approaches to the sample surface. The force between probe and sample is reflected by cantilever amplitude change and maintained to be constant while scanning and observing the sample surface.

Dendrite
Scan area: 30 µm

Pentacene
Animation of DFM Observation: Pentacene

Sample provided by Kitamura Laboratory, Kobe University
Sample provided by Kitamura Laboratory, Kobe University

  • Electron Microscopes (SEM/TEM/STEM)
  • Atomic Force Microscopes (AFM)
    • Description
      • Dynamic Force Microscope (DFM)
      • Scanning Tunneling Microscope (STM)
      • Sampling Intelligent Scan (SIS)
      • Phase Mode (PM)
      • Friction Force Microscope (FFM)
      • Lateral Modulation FFM (LM‐FFM)
      • ViscoElastic AFM (VE‐AFM) / Force Modulation Microscope
      • Adhesion
      • Current / Pico‐current
      • Scanning Spread Resistance Microscope(SSRM)
      • Kelvin probe Force Microscope (KFM)
      • Electrostatic Force Microscope (EFM)
      • Piezo‐Response Microscope (PRM)
      • Magnetic Force Microscope (MFM)
      • Scanning Non‐linear Dielectric Microscope(SNDM)
      • Atomic Force Microscope (AFM) / Contac Mode
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