By J. H. Hopps (auth.), Samuel H. Cohen, Mona T. Bray, Marcia L. Lightbody (eds.)
The first U. S. military Natick study, improvement and Engineering heart Atomic Force/Scanning Tunneling Microscopy (AFM/STM) Symposium was once hung on lune 8-10, 1993 in Natick, Massachusetts. This booklet represents the compilation of the papers offered on the assembly. the aim ofthis symposium was once to supply a discussion board the place scientists from a few assorted fields may engage with each other and alternate rules. many of the themes inc1uded software of AFM/STM in fabric sciences, polymers, physics, biology and biotechnology, in addition to fresh advancements inc1uding new probe microscopies and frontiers during this intriguing zone. The meeting's structure used to be designed to inspire conversation among contributors of the overall clinical group and people people who are on the leading edge of AFM, STM and different probe microscopies. It instantly turned transparent that this convention enabled interdisciplinary interactions between researchers from academia, and executive, and set the tone for destiny collaborations. specialist scientists from various clinical components together with physics, chemistry, biology, fabrics technology and electronics have been invited to take part within the symposium. The schedule of the assembly used to be divided into 3 significant classes. within the first consultation, organic Nanostructure, issues ranged from AFM ofDNA to STM imagmg ofthe biomoleeule tubulin and bacterialluciferase to the AFM of starch polymer double helices to AFM imaging of nutrients surfaces.
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Atomic Force Microscopy/Scanning Tunneling Microscopy by J. H. Hopps (auth.), Samuel H. Cohen, Mona T. Bray, Marcia L. Lightbody (eds.)