HISTORY

 
1981
Binnig and Rohrer (at IBM of Zurich) invent the STM
(Scanning Tunneling Microscope)
1986
Binnig invents the AFM
(Atomic Force Microscope)
In 1986 Binnig and Rohrer win the Nobel Prize
for their invention of the STM in 1981
1991
Betzig introduces the use of optical fiber
as a probe in the SNOM (Scanning Near-field Optical Microscope)

SCANNING PROBE MICROSCOPE

SPM
Scanning Probe Microscope
Microscopi a scansione di sonda
 
SNOM
Scanning Near-Field Optical Microscope Microscopio ottico a scansione in campo prossimo  
AFM
Atomic Force Microscope Microscopio a forza atomica cantilever + laser
Akiyama-Probe
STM
Scanner Tunneling Microscope Microscopio a scansione per effetto tunnel  
     
EFM
  Microscopia a Forza Elettrica  
SP
  Immagine di Potenziale Superficiale  
KPFM
Kelvin Probe Force Microscopy Microscopia a Forza di Sonda Kelvin  
       





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