Close Is Not Close Enough: Micropositioners' Role In Nanopositioning

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Author: William O'Brien
Tuesday, October 1, 2019
Mad City Labs Inc.

When working at the nanoscale, every input has seismic impact on the ability to view, position, or manipulate the object of their attention. Whether the application is in single-molecule spectroscopy, optical trapping, super-resolution microscopy, or precision inspection, the journey from “infer” to “visualize” is rife with decisions that can undermine an experiment. This article examines how micropositioners affect movement and positioning capability by creating, literally, a solid foundation for work at the nanoscale.

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