Self-sensing probes for LiteScope
In LiteScope AFM-in-SEM can be used various self-sensing probes for measuring with different AFM techniques. The available probes extend the possibilities of multimodal imaging to a wide range of measurement techniques that assure in-situ analysis of various sample properties.
Correlative atomic force microscopy and scanning electron microscopy of bacteria-diamond-metal nanocomposites
Discover the latest breakthroughs in researching the interface between biological organisms and nanomaterials. This article introduces a groundbreaking approach using AFM-in-SEM LiteScope, a novel combination of microscopic techniques, to unravel interaction mechanisms and effects. Dive into the microscopic realm for a concise exploration of this innovative methodology.
Unlocking the Secrets of Battery Materials: A Dive into AFM-in-SEM Characterization Webinar
Hematene: A sustainable 2D conductive platform for visible-light-driven photocatalytic ammonia decomposition
Researchers from Palacký University Olomouc and the Technical University of Ostrava have developed an eco-friendly method to make ultra-thin 2D hematene sheets, which could lead to better clean energy technology. All that with the assistance of our LiteScope.