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Virtual Scanning Tunneling Microscope Offered as a Free-Download

  • Mark Hagmann (a1), Greg Spencer (a1) and Jeremy Wiedemeier (a1)
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The scanning tunneling microscope is essential to nanoscience and nanotechnology because it can provide images of surfaces at the atomic level with sub-nanometer resolution. Now a LabVIEW-based virtual instrument is available as a free-download at our company website (www.newpathresearch.com) for simulating the full operation of a scanning tunneling microscope. This is an executable version to be run on a Windows operating system without requiring other software.

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[1] Binnig, G and Rohrer, H, IBM J Res Dev 30 (1986) 355369.
[2] Rebello, NS et al., Eur J Phys 18 (1997) 456461.
[3] Specs Zurich GmbH, Zurich, www.specs-zurich.com.
[4] NewPath Research L.L.C., Salt Lake City, Utah, www.newpathresearch.com.
[5] Hagmann, MJ, J Vac Sci Technol B 33 (2015) 02B109.
[6] Hagmann, MJ et al., J Appl Phys 114 (2013) 223107.
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