Carbon Launches New Breed of Probes for Atomic Force Microscopy Applications
11/08/2013

CNT probes are most compatible probes used for atomic force microscopy applications.The carbon nano-tube AFM probes from carbon design innovation provide the most accurate surface morphology, particularly for biological samples such as rat basophilic lymphocytes cells.

Online PR News – 08-November-2013 – Burlingame – Carbon Design Innovations recently launched an innovative range of high aspect CNT AFM probes for extreme imaging in field of life science. These high precision carbon nano-tube AFM probes provide researchers and scientists highest level of performance, opening broad avenues for research.
“The carbon nano-tube AFM probes from carbon design innovation provide the most accurate surface morphology, particularly for biological samples such as rat basophilic lymphocytes cells,” reveals Dr. G. Y. Liu, University of California. The quality of observations made using atomic microscope largely depends on the probes used in Atomic force microscopy applications, which show no intricacy in AFM imaging. “We want to take the advantages this imaging system in other aspects of biology such as, proteins, tissues and bio-polymeric materials”, he added.
“Scientists believe that the efficiency of AFM will enhance with improved probe technology”, said Vance Nau, CEO of Carbon Design Innovations. “They need more reliable CNT probes which are long lasting and stronger. But lack of consist supply of such devices is one of the most distressing concerns for them”, he adds.
The probe provides supreme imaging capability for life science and other microscopic applications. It allows researchers and scientists to examine cell structure in more detail way. It offers stability and durability in a high-aspect ratio probe designed for difficult to resolve scanning operations such as deep-trench imaging. Being 2μto 5μ in length with exposed CNT length being