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March 1996
R&D Magazine;Mar96, Vol. 38 Issue 4, p43
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Reports that K-Tek's model P4-SPM-MDT scanning probe microscope, offers a variety of investigative tools, plus vibration protection at 40 dB. Omicron Associates' two scanning tunneling microscopes, the VT STM and LT STM.


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