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  1. Magnetic force microscope - Wikipedia

    The magnetic force microscope (MFM) is a variety of atomic force microscope, where a sharp magnetized tip scans a magnetic sample; the tip-sample magnetic interactions are detected and used to reconstruct the magnetic structure of the sample surface.


  2. Magnetic Force Microscopy (MFM)

    • Magnetic Force Microscopy (MFM). High Resolution and High Sensitivity Imaging of Magnetic Properties. Mode Note.


  3. Magnetic Force Microscopy

    • Magnetic force microscopy (MFM) is a special mode of operation of the atomic force microscope (AFM). The technique employs a magnetic probe...


  4. Magnetic Force Microscopy

    • Magnetic Force Microscopy Techniques and Applications. Bruce Moskowitz Institute for Rock Magnetism Department of Geology and Geophysics University of Minnesota.


  5. Magnetic Force Microscopy

    • DOCUMENT TITLE: Magnetic Force Microscopy Operating Procedure DOCUMENT NUMBER: FA2009-CR-002 Author: Roger Robbins.


  6. Magnetic resonance force microscopy - Wikipedia

    Magnetic resonance force microscopy (MRFM) is an imaging technique that acquires magnetic resonance images (MRI) at nanometer scales, and possibly at atomic scales in the future. MRFM is potentially able to observe protein structures which cannot be seen using X-ray crystallography and...


  7. Magnetic force microscopy

    • Magnetic-resonance force microscopy V. Conclusion.
    • The main areas of application of magnetic force microscopy are characterised.


  8. The magnetic force microscopy and its capability for nano

    • The magnetic force microscopy represents one of the most elegant methods to study surface magnetic properties with high resolution and easily prepared specimen.


  9. Magnetic force microscope - The Full Wiki

    • Kelvin probe force microscope. Magnetic resonance force microscopy. Photothermal microspectroscopy.


  10. Magnetic resonance force microscopy

    • The MRFM concept combines the ideas of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and atomic force microscopy (AFM).