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SIMS Animation

You can watch simulations of atoms and molecules colliding with a metallic matrix. See crystal structures disrupted and atoms sputtered. The website is available here .

Animated Webpage Explaining STM

This is an animated gif that illustrates how scanning tunneling microscopy (STM) works. As such it is valuable to students and faculty interested in learning about this important surface analysis… Read more »

Overview of Scanning Probe Microscopy Techniques

This manufacturer’s site offers a brief, readable, and well-illustrated introduction to several important methods in scanning probe microscopy (SPM): including scanning tunneling microscopy (STM), atomic force microscopy (AFM), and Near-Field… Read more »

Principles of Scanning Probe Microscopy

This site offers a beautifully illustrated introduction to the principles of scanning probe microscopy. The text is interspersed with links to additional information, much of it from the Interface Physics… Read more »

Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy

A concise synopsis of scanning electrochemical microscopy (SECM) with an extensive bibliography. Excellent color graphics and short animations are used effectively to demonstrate the instrumental essentials, physical aspects, and operational… Read more »

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