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Photonics Spectra
Jan 2007
Biolin ScientificRequest Info
Farfield Scientific Ltd. has launched a benchtop nanometrology instrument for subnanometer-scale surface and interfacial measurements. The NanoFlex measures and differentiates among molecular levels of adsorption, absorption or desorption at a surface. The instrument is suitable for use in the “fast moving consumer goods” sector for product claim verification and faster lead times to market. It employs proprietary dual-polarization interferometry technology and AnaChip surfaces that mimic the characteristics of the product category being investigated.


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