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Breakthrough nanoscale IR spectroscopy platform that combines AFM-IR and sSNOM

(July 16, 2015 Santa Barbara, CA) – New product from Anasys Instruments provides both robust nanoscale IR absorption spectroscopy via AFM-IR and sub-20nm complex optical property imaging via sSNOM Anasys Instruments, the world leader in nanoscale IR spectroscopy, is pleased to announc
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Dow Chemical Fellow to present invited talk at ISPAC 2015 on AFM based nanoscale IR Spectroscopy of blends and films

(July 14, 2015 Santa Barbara, CA) – AFM-IR is a breakthrough new technique, commercialized by Anasys Instruments, that uses an Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) probe as an infrared (IR) absorption sensor to obtain over 100X breakthrough in spatial resolution of IR Spectroscopy. Dr. Grego
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Review Publication on Nanoscale Infrared Spectroscopy (AFM-IR) Persists as a Top Downloaded Paper

(May 6, 2015 Santa Barbara, CA) – Anasys Instruments, the pioneer in commercializing near-field infrared spectroscopy instrumentation, including AFM-IR, is pleased to direct readers to an in-depth review of AFM-IR technology published as a Focal Point article in the Journal of Applied
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AFM-IR spectra confirms distribution of hybrid inorganic/polymer phases on photoluminescent PET fibers

(December 18, 2014 Santa Barbara, CA) – A new publication from a textile engineering team, led by Professor Jesse Jur at North Carolina State University, highlights the use of vibrational spectroscopy to study reaction mechanisms between trimethylaluminum (TMA) vapor and polyethylene
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