Scanning Probe Microscopes: Applications in Science and Technology explains, analyzes, and demonstrates the most widely used member of the family of microscopes: the scanning probe microscope. The author first introduces the basics of SPMs, and then each subsequent chapter explores a different kind of real-life molecular species or system. Lipid-like molecules and the contribution of SPMs to our understanding of self-assembly monolayers receive particular attention, as do applications involving macromolecules and those related to nanoscience and technology. While useful to researchers, this book will prove especially valuable to newcomers to the field, both as a textbook and as a guide to the literature.
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