Mad City Labs, Inc. Datasheets for Scanning Probe Microscopes

Scanning probe microscopes form images of surfaces by using a physical probe that scans the specimen. Examples include AFMs (atomic force microscopes), MFMs (magetic force microscopes), and STMs (scanning tunneling microscopes).
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Product Name Notes
K√∂hler Illuminated Microscope A typical application of the RM21™ microscope is live cell imaging and transmitted light microscopy. A standard option available with the RM21™ is the Köhler illumination tower, which provides a...
Total Internal Reflection Fluorescence (TIRF) Microscope Mad City Labs offers a module that converts the RM21™ platform into a total internal reflection fluorescence (TIRF) microscope. The TIRF module makes the transition between epifluorescence, TIRF, and HILO...
Near Field Scanning Optical Microscope -- MCL-NSOM The MCL-NSOM is a fully operational near field scanning optical microscope. It has been built on Mad City Labs versatile RM21™ inverted optical microscope which allows users to convert between...
Inverted Optical Microscope -- RM21™ The RM21™ is a versatile microscope suitable for a variety of advanced microscopy and nanoscopy methods. The RM21™ is available in 4 standard configurations (see tables) to satisfy a wide...