5 September 2002 Primary application of AF/PSTM in the imaging of a biological sample
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Our research group has recently developed a new type scanning probe microscope —AF/ PSTM. Using this setup, the optical false image caused by the inclination of sample surface can be eliminated; the optical image and the topography image are separated; and also two optical images (refractive index image, transmittivity image) and two AFM images (topography image, phase image) are obtained during one scanning. As a primary biologic application, this setup is engaged in the imaging of some biologic samples. The primary images ofthese biologic samples are obtained. Due to the advantage of AFIPSTM, four images can be acquired at the same time during one scanning. Consequently more information ofsample is given by comparing these images. This work shows that the AF/PSTM may be improved to be a useful tool in biology research.
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Shi Pan, Shi Pan, Wei Sun, Wei Sun, Yinli Li, Yinli Li, Yi Zhang, Yi Zhang, Shifa Wu, Shifa Wu, Guoshu Jian, Guoshu Jian, } "Primary application of AF/PSTM in the imaging of a biological sample", Proc. SPIE 4923, Nano-Optics and Nano-Structures, (5 September 2002); doi: 10.1117/12.481704; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.481704
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