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The nanoIR2-FS is the latest generation nanoscale IR spectroscopy, chemical imaging, and property mapping system for both materials and life science applications. The system provides spectroscopic capabilities that provide excellent correlation to FTIR transmission spectra on a wide range of material types, enabling nanoscale FTIR measurement.
The only nanoscale IR spectroscopy and imaging platform with both: AFM-IR, True model-free IR absorption spectroscopy and s-SNOM, Sub-20 nm complex optical property imaging for life sciences, polymers, organics, graphene, 2D materials, photonics, and inorganics.
The nanoIR2™ platform from Anasys Instruments is the second generation of our AFM based IR spectroscopy platform. It is an easy to use and powerful multifunctional platform with full-featured AFM and nanoscale thermal and mechanical analysis in addition to IR spectroscopy. It features top-side IR illumination which greatly expands the samples that can be studied with the AFM-IR technique.
The afm+™ from Anasys is a full featured Atomic Force Microscope (AFM) with powerful analytical capabilities that make it much more than just an imaging tool.
The afm+ is easy to set up and operate, there is decades of AFM expertise distilled into instrument design which means faster time to results, even for novice users.
Reveal what you have been missing with the afm+
Anasys Instruments offers a multitude of capabilities for AFM users, including scanning thermal microscopy and nano thermal analysis. The SThM module (comprising controller, software and probes) enables your AFM to be able to do temperature mapping of their sample with 0.1ºC resolution. nano-TA2 is the second generation of the nano thermal analysis (nano-TA) module from Anasys, and allows sub-100 nm local thermal analysis for commercially available AFMs.
ThermaLever probes are batch fabricated silicon probes composed of doped silicon. These probes have a heater integrated into the end of the cantilever which allows them to be heated in a controlled fashion to around 400˚ C at very rapid heating rates.