Mikroskopy Sił Atomowych


Asylum Research jest liderem technologicznym oraz aplikacyjnym w dziedzinie mikroskopii sił atomowych (AFM) w badaniach materiałowych oraz biologiczno-chemicznych .

Linia produktów Asylum Research to dwie rodziny systemów AFM: MFP-3D AFMs oraz Cypher AFMs.

Gama produktów AFM firmy Asylum Research jest doskonałym wyborem dla aplikacji zajmujących się badaniem polimerów, nanomechaniką, piezoelektrykami i ferroelektrykami, mikro i nanoelektroniką, badaniami próbek biologicznych oraz biomateriałami.

  • Rodzina systemów Cypher ™ to najwyższa  rozdzielczość, szybko-skanujących systemów AFM.
  • Rodzina systemów MFP-3D™ to najbardziej wszechstronne mikroskopy sił atomowych – systemy „szyte na miarę”.

Rodzina systemów MFP-3D™

Rodzina systemów Cypher™



Opinie Użytkowników

“We’ve used the MFP-3D since 2002 and it has been an extremely reliable and flexible instrument. On the one hand it is easy enough to use for training of students and, on the other hand, it is the most powerful AFM for high-end scientific research projects. The open access software offers a wide range of capabilities to enable your own ideas and visions.” www.asylumresearch.com

Thomas Gutsmann, Leibniz-Center for Medicine and Biosciences www.asylumresearch.com/References/Testimonials.shtml#MFP

"It's super easy to use. I can teach an undergrad in two hours.” Source: www.asylumresearch.com

Dr. Brian Anderson, Associate Professor and AFM Expert, University of Arizona

"AR’s MFP-3D works great for us, not just its superior quality and capabilities on PFM, but the MFP-3D also has unique capabilities on c-AFM, KPFM, MFM, as well as numerous accessories such as for controlling temperature, sample environment and high voltage. I have found the machine is easy to learn, to operate and maintain. The Asylum Research technical support is also great; we always can get our problems solved very quickly." Source: asylumresearch.com

Kaiyang Zeng, National University of Singapore

“As soon as I saw the manual approach system, and the analogue hamster wheel for software adjustments, it occurred to me that here was an instrument designed by people who think much like I do. It’s really well thought out and nicely put together – it’s clearly built to last and has a quality feel to it. The software is phenomenal, it’s completely customisable. The MacroBuilder facility is a particular highlight for me – and should you wish to do something a bit unusual there is usually a script that can sort you out. If you can’t figure it out yourself the guys at Asylum are only too willing to help.” Source: www.asylumresearch.com

Andrew Kirby, Institute of Food Research, Norwich, UK

“We chose Asylum’s MFP-3D AFM because we found it to be the most powerful and easy to use AFM available. It is the only system capable of imaging complex samples with very rough topographies at the nanoscale, and we were impressed by its excellent optics for locating areas of interest for AFM scanning. Sample loading and unloading and tip exchange are faster and more intuitive, and the post-data collection processing capabilities are clearly superior. We are excited about applying the MFP-3D to our nanotoxicology research initially and to other Museum studies in the near future.” Source: www.asylumresearch.com

Eva Valsami-Jones, London Museum of Natural History

"The MFP-3D-BIO is a research instrument through and through and designed for the scientist. The optical integration is exceptional, and the flexibility of the platform offers almost endless possibilities." Source: www.asylumresearch.com

Jan Hoh, Johns Hopkins University

"We chose Asylum's MFP-3D-BIO AFM because it has the most powerful AFM capabilities of the inverted optical integrated systems - and we have not been disappointed. It excels in all aspects, from optical integration to high-resolution imaging and dimensional measurements to force spectroscopy and elasticity measurements of soft tissue matrices. We were also among the first few Asylum customers ten years ago with the MFP-1D, and we still abuse it! Asylum's quality and reliability allow us to focus on the science." Source: www.asylumresearch.com

Dennis Discher, University of Pennsylvania

"Cypher, from my understanding the first one built, generated publication-quality data on the show room floor at MRS 2008. I think this says it all, an AFM so stable it can image molecular conformation in protein nanofabrics ~10nm thick in the old Hynes exhibition hall with thousands of people in attendance and trains running underneath. Cypher clearly sets the standard in terms of performance. Plus, Asylum Research also has the best service in the business." Source: www.asylumresearch.com

Adam Feinberg, Harvard University

“Cypher is by far the best, most stable and most configurable AFM I have ever used.” Source: www.asylumresearch.com

Andras Kis, EPFL Switzerland