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February 10, 2006

Georgia Institute of Tech has ATM that is 100 times faster

Georgia Tech researchers have created a highly sensitive atomic force
microscopy (AFM) technology capable of high-speed imaging 100 times
faster than current AFM.
This technology could prove invaluable for
many types of nano-research, in particular for measuring
microelectronic devices and observing fast biological interactions on
the molecular scale, even translating into movies of molecular
interactions in real time. It can scan at 60 Hertz.

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