The Asylum MFP-3D atomic force microscope (AFM) is equipped with a variety of imaging modes which include:
The system is equipped with a fluid cell for imaging in liquids. An electrochemistry cell is also available. The electrochemistry cell enables studies of deposition, oxidation, corrosion, and mass transfer of metals and other materials. Nanoscale topographical changes can be precisely monitored in situ as induced by electro-chemical reactions. The cell provides for heating from ambient to 60°C and can be operated in a fully sealed configuration.