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Anasys nanoIR3

The nanoIR3 is the latest generation nanoscale IR spectroscopy, chemical imaging, and property mapping system for both materials and life science applications. The system also provides IR-based chemical imaging to provide mapping of chemical variations of the feature of interest. Unique point spectroscopy capabilities provide both spectroscopy and chemical imaging with a single source.

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Nano-IR spectroscopy using AFM is a valuable tool for non-destructive.


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characterize and identify materials via vibrational resonances of chemical bonds

As a user of the Nano-IR spectroscopy using AFM product, I can confidently say that it is a highly valuable tool for material characterization and identification. The technique of infrared spectroscopy has long been recognized as a benchmark technique in a wide range of scientific and industrial applications, and the addition of AFM (Atomic Force Microscopy) to the process allows for a higher degree of precision and resolution than was previously possible. One of the key benefits of using this product is its ability to provide detailed information about the vibrational resonances of chemical bonds in materials. This information can be used to identify and characterize a wide range of materials, from organic compounds to inorganic substances, and can help to inform decisions about their properties and potential applications. Another advantage of using Nano-IR spectroscopy with AFM is that it allows for non-destructive, non-invasive analysis of materials, which is essential in many scientific and industrial settings. By providing high-resolution images of materials at the nanoscale, this product can help researchers and engineers to better understand the behavior and properties of materials, and to develop new materials and technologies that can be used in a variety of applications. Overall, I would highly recommend Nano-IR spectroscopy using AFM to anyone in need of high-precision, non-destructive material characterization and analysis. Whether you are a researcher, engineer, or industrial professional, this product has the potential to provide valuable insights into the behavior and properties of a wide range of materials.

Review Date: 27 Mar 2023 | Bruker Nano Surfaces and Metrology

Highest performance sub-10 nm resolution nanoIR spectroscopy.

Atomic force microscopy-based infrared spectroscopy (AFM-IR) uses an AFM probe to locally detect sample thermal expansion from absorption of infrared radiation. Thus, it can uniquely provide infrared (IR) spectroscopy and chemical analysis imaging capabilities with the high spatial resolution of AFM, breaking the diffraction limit associated with IR spectroscopy and directly correlating to FTIR techniques. Incorporating proprietary technology and building upon years of industry-leading AFM-IR instrument development, the new Anasys nanoIR3 is the highest performance nanoscale IR spectroscopy, chemical imaging, and materials property mapping system available today for materials and life science applications.

Nanoscale nanoIR3 spectroscopy provides rich, high-quality spectra:

  • Matches industry FTIR databases
  • Sub-10 nm chemical imaging resolution
  • HYPERspectral imaging for 3D spectroscopy and imaging
  • Environmental control options for in-situ nanoIR
  • Nanoscale material property mapping

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