New fabrication technique for highly sensitive qPlus sensor with well-defined spring constant

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DOIResolve DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ultramic.2015.06.008
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  1. National Research Council of Canada. National Institute for Nanotechnology
  2. National Research Council of Canada. Security and Disruptive Technologies
FormatText, Article
Journal titleUltramicroscopy
ISSN0304-3991
Volume158
Pages3337
SubjectChemical sensors; Focused ion beams; Image reconstruction; Quartz; Scanning probe microscopy; Springs (components); AFM; Atomic-resolution imaging; Fabrication technique; Field evaporation; High resonance frequency; Quartz tuning fork; Spring constants; Atomic force microscopy; silicon dioxide; tungsten; atomic force microscopy; electric conductivity; electric field; electrochemistry; evaporation; measurement accuracy; nanotechnology; qPlus sensor; quantitative analysis; sensitivity analysis; sensor; surface property
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