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Multiprobe Vacuum Chamber - MV4000

See a short tour of the Nanonics MultiView 4000 integrated with a vacuum chamber complete with a thermal transport measurement demonstration. These, and other transport studies, are uniquely possible on the MultiProbe setup. For more information: http://www.nanonics.co.il/our-products/multiprobe-cryoview

 

 

Topographical and Thermal Measurements

See this example of the power of multiprobe measurements, obtaining in situ topographical and thermal measurements. For more information: http://www.nanonics.co.il/our-products/multiview-4000-system

 

 

Moving Probes

Get a first-hand look at the easy-to-use software for probe manipulation. For more information: http://www.nanonics.co.il/our-products/multiview-4000-system

 

Meet the MultiView

Nanonics Multiprobe MultiView 4000TM. The MV 4000 allows for up to four independent SPM probes to operate simultaneously. For more information: http://www.nanonics.co.il/our-products/multiview-4000-system

 High Resolution Nanolithography with Multiprobe System

Watch the deposition of ultra-thin BSA protein lines on silicon surface. The deposited protein size is controlled by the applied forces which are defined by the setpoint of the AFM system. A fountain pen nanopipette probe at a sample-scan process performs a delivery of the protein and then retracts from the surface. The deposited structure has dimensions which could not be seen through the used optical microscope (upright, 50x objective) and thus a second online AFM probe is used for imaging of such deposited lines. AFM images of the deposited structure are seen at the conclusion of the video. The MultiProbe system provides the great advantage of online imaging of the deposited structures without switching the "writing" probe to an imaging probe and thus offers a quick and accurate solution for finding and imaging the lithographic pattern. For more information: http://www.nanonics.co.il/solutions/nanolithography

 

Nanolithography SPM Writing of a Protein

Nanonics FPN Nano-Writing probe writing a protein in a controlled fashion. A second probe from the Nanonics MultiView 4000 waits to image the written structure. For more information: http://www.nanonics.co.il/solutions/nanolithography

 

Two Probe NSOM MultiProbe Configuration

A movie of Nanonics MultiView 4000TM showing the scanning of an NSOM probe with light coupling. We see an NSOM probe approaching a nano-pippete with a gold nano-particle at the end of the probe. When the NSOM probe touches the gold nano-particle you can see the light from the NSOM probe being scattered by the nano-particle. For more information see: http://www.nanonics.co.il/solutions/multiprobe-afm-nsom-raman

 

Reflection NSOM

This video shows a Nanonics MultiView SPM NSOM system.  Note the clear optical axis from above and the extended NSOM probe.  The extended NSOM probe design clearly separates the excitation and collection path allowing for reflection NSOM. For more information: http://www.nanonics.co.il/solutions/nsom-snom-afm

 Two Probe NSOM MultiProbe Configuration

A video of Nanonics MultiView 4000TM showing the scanning of an NSOM probe with light coupling.  We see an NSOM probe approaching a nano-pippete with a gold nano-particle at the end of the probe.  When the NSOM probe touches the gold nano-particle you can see the light from the NSOM probe being scattered by the nano-particle.  For more information: http://www.nanonics.co.il/our-products/multiview-4000-system#nsom-integrations

 Close Approach of Two NSOM Tips

This video shows two NSOM tips under a 100x objective of an upright microscope. One NSOM coated tip (right) provides the near-field illumination with a 532 nm laser on a gold strip, while the second probe is an uncoated NSOM tip (left) that provides two functionalities:  scattering of the surface generated plasmon and then collecting them at the near-field.  Note the collection tip (left) scanning up and down while approaching the illumination tip (right) as they approach each other to very close proximity until "soft touching" occurs. Learn more: http://www.nanonics.co.il/solutions/nsom-snom-afm

 

Cellular Imaging Scan

Watch probe scanning a cell as it occurs in real-time. Learn more: http://www.nanonics.co.il/solutions/bioafm

 

Live Cell Imaging

AFM imaging of a live cell.  Bacteria can be seen "swimming" by.  The imaging is done with the Nanonics Hydra BioAFM platform and this video shows the open platform for live cell imaging.  For more information please see: http://www.nanonics.co.il/solutions/bioafm 

 

AFM Imaging of Neuroblastoma Cells

AFM Imaging of Neuroblastoma Cells with Nanonics Hydra Bio AFM. The scanning of the glass tip and the optical transparency of the SPM system is easily seen. For more information please see:
http://www.nanonics.co.il/solutions/bioafm

 

Nanolithography SPM Writing of a Protein

Nanonics FPN Nano-Writing probe writing a protein in a controlled fashion. A second probe from the Nanonics MultiView 4000 waits to image the written structure. For more information:
http://www.nanonics.co.il/solutions/nanolithography

 Deposition of Protein Nanoarray

Writing BSA protein nanoarray of dots at predefined points. Nanonics Fountain pen capillary nanopipette probe has been used for the deposition of BSA protein on silicon substrate under atomic force microscopy (AFM) nanolithography control.
For more information:Nanonics FPN Nano-Writing probe writing a protein in a controlled fashion. A second probe from the Nanonics MultiView 4000 waits to image the written structure. For more information:
http://www.nanonics.co.il/solutions/nanolithography

 

Liposome Football

Using the Nanonics glass probes with tuning forks to press down on a liposome and then removing the probe, leaving the liposome intact.

 

AFM Deposition of Cells

Depositing 293T cell on gold coated surface with Nanonics Fountain Pen Nanolithography (FPN) technique under Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) feedback: http://www.nanonics.co.il/solutions/nanolithography

 

Prof. Federico Capasso (Harvard) "Surface Plasmon Propagation and Nanophotonics Applications"

Presentation by Prof Federico Capasso (Harvard) at the Nanonics NanoPhotonics workshop, July 2014 at Boston College.

 

Prof. Nic Fang (MIT) "Quest for Optical Circuit Probe"

Presentation by Prof Nic Fang (MIT) at the Nanonics NanoPhotonics workshop, July 2014 at Boston College.

 

Prof. Nancy Haegel (NREL) "Integrating Near-Field and Electron Optics: Dual Vision for the Nanoworld"

Presentation by Prof. Nancy Haegel (NREL) at the Nanonics NanoPhotonics workshop, July 2014 at Boston College.

 

Prof. Ferat Sahin (RIT) "A Novel Approach to Nanoindentation with Multiple Probe Technology"

Presentation by Prof. Ferat Sahin (RIT) at the Nanonics NanoPhotonics workshop, July 2014 at Boston College.

 

Prof. Kit Umbach (Cornell) "Nanoindentation"

Presentation by Prof. Kit Umbach (Cornell) at the Nanonics Nanophotonics workshop, July 2014 at Boston College.

 

Prof. Juan Merlo (BC) - "Coaxial Plasmonic Cavities Studied by Near-field Scanning Optical Microscopy"

Presentation by Dr. Juan Merlo (Boston College) at the Nanonics NanoPhotonics workshop, July 2014 at Boston College.

 

Nanolithography with Online AFM Imaging

Fountain Pen Nanolithography (FPN) for deposition of BSA protein lines visible to an optical microscope. The lines are immediately imaged with the second on-line AFM probe of the MultiProbe AFM system. The thickness of the line is fully controlled and can be defined by the set point which defines the applied force of the tip on sample. Learn more: http://www.nanonics.co.il/solutions/multiprobe-afm-nsom-raman

 

High Resolution Nanolithography with Multiprobe System

Watch the deposition of ultra-thin BSA protein lines on silicon surface. The deposited protein size is controlled by the applied forces which are defined by the setpoint of the AFM system. Note the fountain pen nanopipette probe at a sample-scan process performing a delivery of the protein and then retracting from the surface. The deposited structure has dimensions which could not be see through the used optical microscope (upright, 50x objective) and thus a second online AFM probe is used for imaging of such deposited lines. AFM images of the deposited structure is seen at the conclusion. The MultiProbe system provides the great advantage of online imaging of the deposited structures without switching the "writing" probe to an imaging probe and thus offers a  quick and accurate solution for finding and imaging the lithographic pattern. For more information: http://www.nanonics.co.il/solutions/nanolithography

 

Nanolithography SPM Writing of a Protein

Nanonics FPN Nano-Writing probe writing a protein in a controlled fashion. A second probe from the Nanonics MultiView 4000 waits to image the written structure. For more information: http://www.nanonics.co.il/solutions/nanolithography

 

Deposition of Protein Nanoarray

Writing BSA protein nanoarray of dots at predefined points. Nanonics Fountain pen capillary nanopipette probe has been used for the deposition of BSA protein on silicon substrate under atomic force microscopy (AFM) nanolithography control. For more information: http://www.nanonics.co.il/solutions/nanolithography

 Nanolithography on Previously Written Lithographic Pattern

Writing a subsequent BSA protein line on a previously written lithographic pattern. Fountain pen capillary nanopipette probe has been used for the deposition of BSA protein on previously deposited structure under atomic force microscopy (AFM) nanolithography control. Different materials can be deposited in such protocols for a variety of applications such as protein-protein molecular interactions.
For more information: http://www.nanonics.co.il/solutions/nanolithography

 

AFM Controlled Deposition of Cells and Subsequent AFM Imaging

Depositing 293T cell on gold coated surface with Nanonics Fountain Pen Nanolithography (FPN) technique under Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) feedback. Learn more: http://www.nanonics.co.il/solutions/nanolithography

 

Drawing Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes on Silicon Oxide

Learn more about Nanolithography: http://www.nanonics.co.il/solutions/nanolithography

 

Drawing Single Walled Carbon Nanotube Electrode Interconnections

Learn more about Nanolithography: http://www.nanonics.co.il/solutions/nanolithography

 

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