Microscopy - AFM Imaging Microscope

Research Facilities: Equipment

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    Department of Chemistry Meston Building - Room 036 University of Aberdeen King's College Aberdeen AB24 3FX

    United Kingdom



We are particularly well equipped for research in the two main research themes of Biomolecular Chemistry and Medicinal Chemistry.

Equipment: AFM - NanoObserver from CSI

Allows AFM imaging of surfaces in the following modes: Contact, AC and Force Modulation. Can scan areas up to 100 x 100 m2. Topographic images in all three modes, friction mapping in contact mode, elastic and viscoelastic mapping of surfaces in Force-Modulation and AC modes, respectively.

For any information related to the instrument please contact:
Dr. Angel Cuesta Ciscar


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