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HAFM stands for Hydrothermal Atomic Force Microscope

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A hydrothermal atomic force microscope for imaging in aqueous solution up to 150 °C Kevin G. Knauss et al Review of Scientific Instruments 1998...
Unlike a conventional optical microscope, the hydrothermal atomic force microscope consists of a sharp probe mounted on the end of a cantilever.
A hyperbaric hydrothermal atomic force microscope (AFM) is provided to image solid surfaces in fluids, either liquid or gas, at pressures greater than normal...
Scitation: A hydrothermal atomic force microscope for imaging in aqueous solution up to 150 °C
The hydrothermal atomic force microscope will be used in the study of oil production; Hydrothermal AFM to reach new high; Hydrothermal AFM to reach new high
Official Full-Text Publication: A hydrothermal atomic force microscope for imaging in aqueous solution up to 150 °C on ResearchGate, the professional network for...
A hyperbaric hydrothermal atomic force microscope (AFM) is provided to image solid surfaces in fluids, either liquid or gas, at pressures greater than...
Steven Higgins and his team are building a new version of the hydrothermal atomic force microscope, an instrument that could unlock scientific mysteries and be used...
New hydrothermal atomic force microscope under development at Wright could hit 250 degrees.
Chemistry professor Steve Higgins and graduate student Jacky Bracco examine their hydrothermal atomic force microscope; focus in a Wright State University...
Chemistry professor Steve Higgins and graduate student Jacky Bracco examine their hydrothermal atomic force microscope.
A hyperbaric hydrothermal atomic force microscope for imaging solid surfaces in fluids, either liquid or gas, at pressures...
mineral dissolution suggest new ways to quantify and model the impact of fluid chemistry on fracturing. We are using a hydrothermal atomic force microscope...
providing access to the Hydrothermal Atomic Force Microscope and training J.M. in using it. We thank Spanish Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación...
Knauss et al. describes a hyperbaric hydrothermal atomic force microscope with a gas pressurized microscope base chamber and a sample cell environment in...
Hyperbaric hydrothermal atomic force microscope: US7401503 * 7 Dec 2006: 22 Jul 2008: International Business Machines Corporation...
The experiments were performed using a hydrothermal atomic force microscope (HAFM; c.f., Jordan et al., 2007). The HAFM showed that: i)...
at Wright State University, in partnership with Oak Ridge National Laboratory, are building a new version of a hydrothermal atomic force microscope...
to perform ground-breaking research on solid-liquid interface dynamics with the development of the world's first hydrothermal atomic force microscope (HAFM).
One of Dr. Steven Higgins' Reseach Areas. Hydrothermal Atomic Force Microscope...
Patents: William J. Benett, James B. Richards, Fred P. Milanovich; Hyperbaric Hydrothermal Atomic Force Microscope U.S. Patent 6,586,734 B2 July 1, 2003
Building a New Hydrothermal Atomic Force Microscope for Studying Basic Geochemical Problems (Imaging & Microscopy)...
A hydrothermal atomic force microscope for imaging in aqueous solution up to 150 °C Higgins, Steven R. and Eggleston, Carrick M. and Knauss, Kevin G. and Boro, Carl...
Using the Hydrothermal Atomic Force Microscope (HAFM)(Higgins et al., 1998), we have investigated the nanometer scale dynamics of barium sulphate growth. In the
Higgins, S.R., Eggleston, C.M., Knauss, K.G. & Boro, C.O. (1998) A hydrothermal atomic force microscope for imaging in aqueous solution up to 150 oC. Rev. Sci.
Our nanoscale studies use a custom-built (homemade, one of a kind) Hydrothermal Atomic Force Microscope (HAFM) capable of real-time subnanometer...
A hydrothermal atomic force microscope for imaging in aqueous solution up to 150°C - Higgins, Eggleston, et al. - 1998 (Show Context) 2: Acidic dissolution of...
Hydrothermal Atomic Force Microscope (HAFM), and laser-based phase-sensitive nonlinear optical spectroscopy. Studies of the aqueous behavior of organic...
hydrothermal atomic force microscope described by Higgins et al.21 and modified to conform to the inlet configuration and dimensions utilized in a recent ambient...
A Source of Calcium for Geologic CO2; calcium silicate; we will utilize the hydrothermal atomic force microscope to determine independent dissolution...