A simple, ultrahigh vacuum compatible scanning tunneling microscope for use at variable

Mugele, F.; Kloos, Ch.; Leiderer, P.
July 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;Jul96, Vol. 67 Issue 7, p2557
Academic Journal
Presents the construction of a compact scanning tunneling microscope (STM) which can be operated at variable temperatures. Schematic design of the STM; Significance of the relationship between the static and dynamic friction forces.


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