Atomic Force Microscopy/Scanning Tunneling Microscopy 3

  • Samuel H. Cohen
  • Marcia L. Lightbody

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-viii
  2. Ernest C. Hammond Jr., Samuel H. Cohen, James Chavis, Sakina Ansari
    Pages 65-73
  3. W. Scholz, C. Mihalcea, S. Werner, S. Münster, E. Oesterschulze
    Pages 75-81
  4. V.A. Fedirko, M.D. Eremtchenko, P. Collery, I. Nabiev
    Pages 83-86
  5. C. J. Weber, H. W. Pickering, K. G. Weil
    Pages 121-123
  6. Cynthia Wilson, Tera Muir, James Vesenka
    Pages 125-134
  7. V.M. Ichizli, M. Droba, A. Vogt, I.M. Tiginyanu, H.L. Hartnagel
    Pages 153-167
  8. R.S. Freitas, B.R.A. Neves, J.F. Sampaio, W.N. Rodrigues, M.S. Andrade, M.V.B. Moreira et al.
    Pages 169-173
  9. Dalin Dai, Jian Li, Linhai Xiang, Yi Wen, Wenshong Zhang, Guo Li et al.
    Pages 175-179
  10. J. Romstedt, H. Arends, R. Schmidt, W. Riedler, K. Torkar, F. Rüdenauer et al.
    Pages 181-188
  11. T. L. Porter, M. P. Eastman, M. E. Hagerman, J. A. Attuso, E. Bain
    Pages 197-203

About this book

Introduction

The Foundation for Advances in Medicine and Science (FAMS), the organizers of SCANNING 98, sponsored its third annual Atomic Force Microscopy/Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Symposium at the Omni Inner Harbor Hotelin Baltimore, Maryland, from May 9 to 12, 1998. This book represents the compilation of papers that were presented at the AFM/STM Symposium as well as a few that were presented at SCANNING 96 and SCANNING 97 meetings that took place in Monterey, California. The purpose of the symposium was to provide an interface between scientists and engineers, representatives of industry, government and academia, all of whom have a common interest in probe microscopies. The meetings offered an ideal forum where ideas could easily be exchanged and where individuals from diverse fields who are on the cutting edge ofprobe microscopy research could communicate with one another. Experts in probe microscopy from around the world representing a wide range of disciplines including physics, biotechnology, nanotechnology, chemistry, material science, etc., were invited to participate. The format of the meeting was structured so as to encourage communication among these individuals. During the first day’s sessions papers were presented on general topics such as application of scanning probe microscopy in materials science; STM and scanning tunneling spectroscopy of organic materials; fractal analysis in AFM; and nanomanipulation. Other papers presented included unexpected ordering of a molecule; synthesis ofpeptides and oligonucleotides; and analysis oflunar soils from Apollo 11.

Keywords

biology electron microscopy ellipsometry microscopy nanoparticle nanotechnology polymer

Editors and affiliations

  • Samuel H. Cohen
    • 1
  • Marcia L. Lightbody
    • 1
  1. 1.Soldier Systems CenterU.S. Army Soldier and Biological Chemical CommandNatick

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/b118422
  • Copyright Information Kluwer Academic Publishers 2002
  • Publisher Name Springer, Boston, MA
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-0-306-46297-9
  • Online ISBN 978-0-306-47095-0
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