13 July 2020 Webinar #2: Electronic Force Microscopy and spectroscopy – New perspectives for cell and tissue analysis

Watch the full replay of our second webinar

“Electronic Force Microscopy and spectroscopy – New perspectives for cell and tissue analysis”, a webinar presented by Julien Chlasta.

00:00 Introduction and presentation
02:51 Atomic force microscopy (AFM): generalities
05:25 Electronic Force Microscopy (EFM): principle and application
12:57 AFM spectroscopy: presentation
17:42 Conclusion: Synthesis and questions

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