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With these novel ultra-modular and flexible systems, a variety
of scanning probe microscopy (SPM) applications can be adressed.
In addition, a probe
station with up to four probes can be implemented, operating
at temperatures as low as 300 mK.
All these tasks are covered by one single system. This enormous
number of applications is realized by a modular basic
in combination with flexible, high-end control electronics, designed
to support your individual research task. A variety of microscopy
inserts is available for this system, all tailored to your individual
application. These inserts
can easily be adapted to suit any of your future needs.
For details on the different microscopy and probe station
inserts, please refer to the ‘nanoSCOPY‘ section.
The new double rotation module provides access to the full magnetic field (e.g. 9 T) in all directions relative to the sample surface (..more info)
Spectral lines of one
single quantum dot.
Uncapped, stacked InAs
quantum dots in GaAs.
on a BaFeO sample.
SNOM images of Vanadium
rhomb structures in re-
flection mode (4 K, 8 T).
Atomic resolution image
of an HOPG surface
recorded at 300 mK.
CCD image of an HF
probe touching the