Peak Force Tapping
Electric Force Mode (EFM)
Magnetic Force Mode (MFM)
Kelvin Probe Microscopy (KPFM)
Force Volume Spectroscopy
Piezo response Microscopy (PFM)
Conductive AFM (CAFM)
Peak Force TUNA
Peak Force QNM
-Samples upto 20 mm thick; Vertical range (Z) upto 13.5 microns; X-Y scan range upto 90 x 90 microns
-Can measure ultra low current (fA to micro Amps)between probe tip and sample using PeakForce TUNA Mode.
-Can measure variation in conductivity and locate electrical defects of conductive samples using CAFM Mode.
-New DataCube TUNA & SCM Modes provide Nanoelectrical & Nanomechanical spectra at every point based on Fast Force Volume.
-Fast Force Mapping Capabilities.
-Quantitative Nanomechanical Property Imaging with PF QNM.
-Scan Asyst Probe Capabilities with user friendly software.
To reserve time or request training on this tool, click here or on the image at the left to go to the AFM tool page on SUMS.
Probe Holders : -Standard: Supports contact mode, tapping mode, phase imaging, EFM, PFM Files: Links to Training Videos : Bruker Website Links :
The AFM system has a variety of probe holders to do advanced SPM
-Nonmagnetic: Supports MFM in addition to above modes; Cu-alloy clip
-Fluid: Supports contact mode, tapping mode, phase imaging in aqueous media and other fluids
-cAFM: Supports contact mode and conductive AFM
-SCM: Scanning Capacitance Measurements
-PF TUNA: To measure current between tip and surface
Probe Load & Laser Alignment
Peak Force Tapping (PFT) using ScanAsyst
Peak Force QNM (PFQNM)
Peak Force TUNA (PFTUNA)
Offline Analysis – Part 1 – Flatten
Offline Analysis – Part 2- 3D image
Offline Analysis – Part3 – Section
-Standard: Supports contact mode, tapping mode, phase imaging, EFM, PFM
Files: Links to Training Videos : Bruker Website Links :
Links to Training Videos : Bruker Website Links :
Bruker Website Links :