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Learn Why AFM is an Essential Tool for R&D of 2D Materials and Devices

Today’s AFMs reveal not just the morphology of 2D materials, but also sense local electrical, mechanical, and functional properties in more ways than ever before

Learn about techniques to characterize:

  • Nanoscale morphology
  • Lattice structure
  • Electrical and functional response
  • Mechanical properties (storage and loss moduli)

See actual examples on materials including:

  • CVD growth of molybdenum disulfide (MoS2 )
  • Graphene exfoliation in ionic liquids
  • Lattice structure of a 2D optoelectronic material
  • Visualizing strain in epitaxial graphene grown on boron nitride (BN)
  • Mapping graphene grain orientation
  • Characterization of a photoswitchable MoS2 diode
  • Tuning band gap of a tungsten diselenide (WSe2 ) transistor<
  • Interfacial phenomena in graphene
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