For the first time, optical photothermal IR was used to study malignant and non-malignant lung cells. Glass substrates were used without blocking mid-IR spectra, and >90% accuracy for cell classification was achieved.
Unambiguously identify organic contamination on silicon wafers and micro-electronics with a AFM-IR technique, using the Bruker Anasys nanoIR3.
An introduction to our new partners Photothermal and the mIRage IR microscope, which overcomes the greatest problems of IR spectroscopy.
Combined Raman-SPM / AFM instruments are now available in the Nordic region (Sweden, Finland, Norway and Denmark) with our new partnership with Renishaw.
AFM-IR Video AFM-IR is a pioneering nanoscale surface analysis technique that combines AFM (atomic force microscopy) with infrared (IR) spectroscopy. Watch the AFM-IR video from Anasys for an easy-to-understand, visual explanation of what AFM-IR is and how the technique captures spectra alongside AFM-IR images. nanoIR2™ AFM-IR System The Anasys nanoIR2 is a nanoscale IR spectroscopy platform. The system features […]
AFM-IR webinar about nanoscale IR spectroscopy for materials and life science, presented by Anasys Instruments on Tuesday 21st October at 8am PST (4pm GMT). Learn about revolutionary AFM-IR surface analysis technique and why it is being adopted as the new method of choice for nanoscale chemical identification and composition mapping. With sub-50nm spatial resolution, AFM-IR is an entirely […]