Oxford Instruments 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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The Asylum Research Cypher ES builds on the exceptional performance of the Cypher S and adds full environmental control features. The same high resolution, speed and stability are maintained while...
The Asylum Research Cypher S is the base model of the Cypher AFM microscope family. The Cypher S was the first commercially available fast-scanning AFM, and the Cypher family AFMs...
The Asylum Research MFP-3D-BIO sets the standard for integrating AFM and optical microscopy for bioscience research. It is the only bio-AFM that makes no compromises to AFM imaging resolution, force...
The Cypher ES Polymer Edition is a special configuration of the Cypher ES AFM tailored to excel in polymer science research. It shares the same extraordinary performance and versatility as...
The Cypher VRS AFM is the first and only full-featured video-rate AFM. Finally, researchers can measure nanoscale dynamic processes at video-rate speeds with all of the resolution, versatility, and ease...
The MFP-3D Infinity™ is the flagship and highest-performing member of the MFP-3D AFM family. Infinity has the widest range of imaging modes and accessories, with renowned versatility, powerful capabilities, and...
The MFP-3D Origin™ features Asylum Research performance and quality at a price competitive with most low-cost AFMs. Origin marks the intersection of performance and affordability and offers high-resolution imaging, supports...
The MFP-3D Origin+ features high performance and extensive capabilities at a price competitive with most low-cost AFMs. The MFP-3D Origin+ is an extremely versatile and high performance research AFM ready...