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Setting up the Atomic Force Microscope (AFM) in the central laboratory of Hamedan University of Technology.

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The establishment of the Atomic Force Microscope (AFM) within the central laboratory of Hamedan University of Technology has been officially announced by the head of the central laboratory. Jaber Yousefi-Seif, in a statement provided by the public relations department, declared the successful installation and activation of the AFM, operating seamlessly in contact, non-contact, and tapping modes.

Yousefi-Seif highlighted that this advancement positions the central laboratory at an elevated proficiency level, particularly in the assessment of the laboratory network of strategic technologies (LabZent). Emphasizing the comprehensive readiness of the laboratory, he stated that the AFM, along with all requisite facilities and equipment, is poised to offer services to faculty members, researchers, students, standard collaborative laboratories, and industrial centers. The objective is to propel and support research initiatives and industrial objectives.

The head of the central laboratory further underscored the broad-reaching impact of this addition, asserting that it not only addresses a significant portion of researchers' needs at the provincial and regional levels but also fulfills the requirements of industries at the provincial, regional, and national scales.

In conclusion, Yousefi-Seif detailed some practical applications and capabilities of the AFM, including the acquisition of digital surface topology images, examination of nano particles, especially biological molecules, analysis of structural and physical properties such as roughness, hardness, topography, and particle size, as well as the manipulation of particles and surfaces. He also highlighted its capacity to determine sample surface roughness and the thickness of crystal growth layers, showcasing the diverse and impactful features of this advanced laboratory tool.

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Setting up the Atomic Force Microscope (AFM) in the central laboratory of Hamedan University of Technology.

ID: 3635262
News

The establishment of the Atomic Force Microscope (AFM) within the central laboratory of Hamedan University of Technology has been officially announced by the head of the central laboratory. Jaber Yousefi-Seif, in a statement provided by the public relations department, declared the successful installation and activation of the AFM, operating seamlessly in contact, non-contact, and tapping modes.

Yousefi-Seif highlighted that this advancement positions the central laboratory at an elevated proficiency level, particularly in the assessment of the laboratory network of strategic technologies (LabZent). Emphasizing the comprehensive readiness of the laboratory, he stated that the AFM, along with all requisite facilities and equipment, is poised to offer services to faculty members, researchers, students, standard collaborative laboratories, and industrial centers. The objective is to propel and support research initiatives and industrial objectives.

The head of the central laboratory further underscored the broad-reaching impact of this addition, asserting that it not only addresses a significant portion of researchers' needs at the provincial and regional levels but also fulfills the requirements of industries at the provincial, regional, and national scales.

In conclusion, Yousefi-Seif detailed some practical applications and capabilities of the AFM, including the acquisition of digital surface topology images, examination of nano particles, especially biological molecules, analysis of structural and physical properties such as roughness, hardness, topography, and particle size, as well as the manipulation of particles and surfaces. He also highlighted its capacity to determine sample surface roughness and the thickness of crystal growth layers, showcasing the diverse and impactful features of this advanced laboratory tool.

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