Atomic Force Microscopy - Temperature Dependent Properties of Polymers
30 Dec 2014

Atomic force microscopy (AFM) is one of the most powerful methods available for surface characterization. The forces which interact between tip and sample can be used to map surface topography on the nanometer scale. In this application note, AFM is used to characterize the temperature dependant properties of polymers.

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