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Ultrahigh resolution (2048x2048 pixels) topographical image of Au(111) reconstruction, 26x26 nm2, 40pA, 200mV, 4K
Ultrahigh resolution (2048x2048 pixels) topographical image of Au(111) reconstruction, 26x26 nm2, 40pA, 200mV, 4K
SPECS Joule-Thomson STM

Prof. W.Wulfhekel, Karlsruhe, Germany
MoO2 utrathin film on Mo(110) in STM. 5.7x5.7 nm2, 10.7 pA, 437 mV
MoO2 utrathin film on Mo(110) in STM. 5.7x5.7 nm2, 10.7 pA, 437 mV
Createc LT-STM

Dr. K.Radican, Trinity College Dublin, Irland

Ultrahigh resolution: 2048x2048 pixels topographical image on NbSe2 and two  numerical  zooms showing atomic resolution. B=0 Oe, T=1.5K
Ultrahigh resolution: 2048x2048 pixels topographical image on NbSe2 and two numerical zooms showing atomic resolution. B=0 Oe, T=1.5K
Home-built LT-STM

Dr. T.Hanaguri, RIKEN, Japan
Atomically resolved graphene sheets on top of Au clusters in STM. 65x65 nm2
Atomically resolved graphene sheets on top of Au clusters in STM. 65x65 nm2
Omicron LT-STM

Dr. L.Simon, CNRS, Mulhouse, France

Conductance on a grid (512x512 points) on NbSe2 vorteces at 0V. T= 1.5 K, B=400 Oe, 1x1 um2
Conductance on a grid (512x512 points) on NbSe2 vorteces at 0V. T= 1.5 K, B=400 Oe, 1x1 um2. MOVIE
Home-built LT-STM

Dr. T.Hanaguri, RIKEN, Japan
Vortices on iron arsenic superconductors
Ba(CoxFe1-x)2AS2, 100nm, B=9T
Home-built LT-STM

Prof. J.Hoffman, University of Harvard, US

Atomic resolution on Si(111)7x7 in STM/nc-AFM with QPlus
Si(111)7x7 in It z-feedback, 10nm
Home-built SPM/QPlus

Th.Hofmann, group of Prof. F.Giessibl, University of Regensburg, Germany
Superconductive surface Pb on Si(111)
Pb on Si(111), 83 nm
Home-built LT-STM

Prof. Ken Shih, University of Texas, US

Supramolecular assembly of porphyrin derivates
Porphyrin derivates on Cu(111) at T=77 K in STM mode
Omicron LT-STM

N. Wintjes, group of Dr. Th.Jung, University of Basel, Switzerland
Graphene on mica
Atomically resolved STM image of graphene sheet at 77K.
Omicron LT-STM

Dr. L.Simon, CNRS, Mulhouse, France

Atomically resolved metallic surface
Atomically resolved Ag(111) surface in STM mode at low temperature
Home-built LT-SPM

Dr. M.Heyde, Fritz-Haber-Institute of the Max-Planck-Society, Berlin, Germany
Island of Pb on Si
Pb on Si(111) in STM mode
Unisoku LT-STM

Prof. Y.Hasegawa, University of Tokyo

STM measurements on herringbone reconstruction on Au(111) surface
Herringbone reconstruction on Au(111)surface
Omicron LT-STM

Prof. H.Suzuki, NICT, Kobe, Japan
Atomically resolved metallic surface
STM images of C60 on porphyrin network on Ag(111)
Home-built RT-STM

Dr. M. Stöhr, group of Dr. Th.Jung, University of Basel, Switzerland

Current through a quantum dot in the Coulomb blockade regime
Current through a quantum dot in the Coulomb blockade regime
Home-built LT-STM/Tuning Fork

A. Gildemeister, group of Prof. K.Ensslin, ETH, Zurich, Switzerland
Indium Wires on Si-111 (Si(111)4x1-In)
Indium Wires on Si-111 (Si(111)4x1-In)
Unisoku LT-STM

Dr. Uchihashi Tagaki, NIMS, Japan

uperstructure of iodine modified Au(111) imaged in perchloric acid and cyclic voltammogram
Superstructure of iodine modified Au(111) imaged in perchloric acid and cyclic voltammogram
Home-built Electrochemical-SPM in liquid

Prof. J.Gimzewski, UCLA, Los Angeles, USA
Self assemble of perylen derivatives to a porous network on Ag(111) surface
Self assemble of perylen derivatives to a porous network on Ag(111) surface
Home-built RT-STM

N. Wintjes, group of Dr. Th.Jung, University of Basel, Switzerland

STM image on graphene based electronic device
Graphene sheet with metallic electrods on top imaged in STM at 50 mK
Home-built LT-STM

Dr. T. Bergsten, Cavendish Laboratory, Cambridge, UK
Stainless steel, 20x20nm2
Stainless steel, 20x20 nm2
Unisoku LT-STM

Prof. J.Yuhara, Nagoya University, Japan

Atomically resolved Pb raws on Si(111)
Atomically resolved Pb raws on Si(111)
Home-built UHV-STM

Wei Bin Su, Academia Sinica, Taiwan




AFM Images

KBr(100) surface resolved in nc-AFM with KolibriSensor
KBr(100) in nc-AFM with KolibriSensor, 150nm
SPECS SPM 150 Aarhus/KolibriSensor

Dr. S.Torbruegge, SPECS Berlin, Germany
Si(111)7x7 surface resolved in nc-AFM with KolibriSensor
Si(111)7x7 in nc-AFM with KolibriSensor, 4nm
SPECS SPM 150 Aarhus/KolibriSensor

Dr. S.Torbruegge, SPECS Berlin, Germany

Magnetic contrast on a harddisk
Magnetic contrast on a hard disk
Omicron VT-AFM

Prof. J. Ahner, Seagate Technologies, Pittsburgh, US
nc-AFM atomic resolution on oxide surface: CeO2
nc-AFM atomic resolution on oxide surface: CeO2
Omicron RT-AFM/STM

S. Torbruegge, group of Prof. M.Reichling, University of Osnabrück, Germany

DNA on Mica
DNA on Mica surface
Home-built UHV RT-AFM

Prof. G.Dietler, EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland
Atomically resolved Cu(111) surface in constant height mode with Qplus sensor. df:-74.3 to -68.3 Hz, A=200pm, T=5K, 4.5x5 nm
Atomically resolved Cu(111) surface in constant height mode with Qplus sensor. df:-74.3 to -68.3 Hz, A=200pm, T=5K, 4.5x5 nm2
Omicron LT-SPM/Qplus

Dr. B.Such, group Prof. E.Meyer, Univ. Basel, Switzerland

FM-KPFM: atomic raws contrast
FM-KPFM: atomic raws contrast on TiO2
Omicron VT-AFM

Dr. A.Kühnle, University of Osnabrück, Germany
KCl(100) surface resolved in nc-AFM with QPlus
KCl(100) surface in nc-AFM, 300nm
Home-built SPM/QPlus

Th. Wutscher, group of Prof. F.Giessibl, University of Regensburg, Germany

Atomic resolution on KBr(100) in nc-AFM with QPlus at 77K
KBr(100) in nc-AFM, 5nm
Omicron LT-SPM/QPlus

Dr. B. Such, group of Prof. E.Meyer, Univ. of Basel, Switzerland
Magnetic tape
MFM with OC4-Station. Tip-sample distance controlled in nc-AFM.
Veeco EnviroScope

Dr. K.Bouzehouane, CNRS, Thales, France


 


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