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Video-Rate Atomic Force Microscope

Jun 2017
Asylum ResearchRequest Info
SANTA BARBARA, Calif. — Video-Rate Atomic Force MicroscopeThe Cypher VRS Video-Rate Atomic Force Microscope from Oxford Instruments Asylum Research Inc. enables the high-resolution imaging of dynamic events at up to 625 lines/s or 10 fps.

Its modularity and versatility allows users to easily switch between video-rate scanning and conventional scan speeds for even more functionality. The Cypher VRS has unlimited capabilities when imaging at normal speeds and performs all the same modes as the Cypher ES Atomic Force Microscope. By quickly swapping out the modular fast-Z stage, the Cypher VRS is also compatible with the complete range of Cypher ES environmental accessories, enabling experiments with heating, cooling and gas or liquid perfusion.

The device is ideal for researching dynamic nano-events such as biochemical reactions, membrane studies, self-assembly and other applications in materials and the life sciences.


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