Learn how AFM-IR is combining atomic force microscopy with the molecular information content of infrared spectroscopy, enabling studies at spatial resolution to better than 50nm.
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- Introduction AFM-IR and how it obtains high spatial resolution
- New resonance enhanced mode for monolayer sensitivity
- Applications of AFM-IR to a range of biophysical samples
- Special topic on characterization of the protein secondary structure of individual amyloid fibrils like those associated with Alzheimer’s disease. This research promises new insight into protein aggregation mechanisms