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Atomic force microscopy
Atomic force microscopy (AFM), a form of scanning probe microscopy, is a technique where a cantilever with a sharp tip is systematically scanned across a sample (biological or material) surface to produce a nanometre-resolution topographic map. AFM can also be used to measure forces between the tip and sample.
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