Magnetic imaging on small length scales has long been an important asset in fundamental research of various magnetic materials and superconductors.
With the renowned Atomic / Magnetic Force Microscope attoAFM/MFM I and the Scanning Hall Probe Microscope attoSHPM, attocube addresses the two most widely used techniques.
The attoAFM/MFM I scores with an unrivalled spatial resolution and our brand-new alignment free cantilever holder, whereas the attoSHPM delivers an ultra-high field sensitivity combined with a non-invasive and quantitative local field measurement.
For many years, attocube has been pioneering cryogenic confocal microscopy. The attoCFM opens the door to a whole new range of application fields through its ease-of-use and modular design.
Whether your are working at the forefront of science in the fields of photoluminescence / fluorescence of e.g. semiconducting nanostructures (quantum dots, nano wires, photonics crystals, NV color centers,…), or Raman spectroscopy (e.g. on graphene, carbon nanotubes, high-T superconductors), the attoCFM I is the tool of choice to accelerate your research and to achieve what matters most: creating scientific impact.
The atto3DR double rotation module provides access to the full magnetic field (e.g. 9 T) in all directions relative to the sample surface, making expensive 2D and 3D vector magnets obsolete. Powered by attocube’s patented nanopositioner technology with integrated resistive encoder, automated magnetoresistance measurements over a wide range of temperatures, fields, and arbitrary orientations in 3 dimensions are conveniently possible.
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