Publication detail

Control of Dynamics of SPM Probes for Non-destructive defectoscopy

Kala Jaroslav

Original Title

Control of Dynamics of SPM Probes for Non-destructive defectoscopy

English Title

Control of Dynamics of SPM Probes for Non-destructive defectoscopy

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

Paper describes a control of dynamics of Scanning Probe Microscopy (SPM) and especially STM microscope probes, which are going to be used for non-destructive defectoscopy on surface and subsurface layers of material with nanometer resolution. STM microscope is based on an electron tunnel effect. The tunnel effect proceeds between a probe and a tested sample, where a probe disturbs so called near-field of the material. A principle of STM microscope allows get an information only from material spot which is just under the probe. Therefore have to be used a manipulator to move with the sample under probe to scan whole surface of the material. The piezonanomanipulator is necessary to this movement, this instrument provide movement under the probe with high accuracy of few nanometers. The nanomanipulator can move itself in 3 axis x,y,z, a movement is realized by the help of piezo-crystals, these are feeding by the voltage from 2 to +12 V. Paper is focused on the quality of used nanomanipulator for a mouvement of the sample. Some characteristics of the capacitance sensors, which form feedback of the mouvement, were also presented.

English abstract

Paper describes a control of dynamics of Scanning Probe Microscopy (SPM) and especially STM microscope probes, which are going to be used for non-destructive defectoscopy on surface and subsurface layers of material with nanometer resolution. STM microscope is based on an electron tunnel effect. The tunnel effect proceeds between a probe and a tested sample, where a probe disturbs so called near-field of the material. A principle of STM microscope allows get an information only from material spot which is just under the probe. Therefore have to be used a manipulator to move with the sample under probe to scan whole surface of the material. The piezonanomanipulator is necessary to this movement, this instrument provide movement under the probe with high accuracy of few nanometers. The nanomanipulator can move itself in 3 axis x,y,z, a movement is realized by the help of piezo-crystals, these are feeding by the voltage from 2 to +12 V. Paper is focused on the quality of used nanomanipulator for a mouvement of the sample. Some characteristics of the capacitance sensors, which form feedback of the mouvement, were also presented.

Keywords

nanotechnology, SPM, Dynamics

RIV year

2005

Released

29.04.2005

Publisher

VŠB TU Ostrava

Location

Ostrava

ISBN

80-248-0774-2

Book

Proceedings of XXXth Seminary XXX ASR'05:Instruments and Control '05

Pages from

30

Pages to

37

Pages count

8

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT14580,
  author="Jaroslav {Kala}",
  title="Control of Dynamics of SPM Probes for Non-destructive defectoscopy",
  annote="Paper describes a control of dynamics of Scanning Probe Microscopy (SPM) and especially STM microscope probes, which are going to be used for non-destructive defectoscopy on surface and subsurface layers of material with nanometer resolution. STM microscope is based on an electron tunnel effect. The tunnel effect proceeds between a probe and a tested sample, where a probe disturbs so called near-field of the material. A principle of STM microscope allows get an information only from material spot which is just under the probe. Therefore have to be used a manipulator to move with the sample under probe to scan whole surface of the material. The piezonanomanipulator is necessary to this movement, this instrument provide movement under the probe with high accuracy of few nanometers. The nanomanipulator can move itself in 3 axis x,y,z, a movement is realized by the help of piezo-crystals, these are feeding by the voltage from 2 to +12 V. 
Paper is focused on the quality of used nanomanipulator for a mouvement of the sample. Some characteristics of the capacitance sensors, which form feedback of the mouvement, were also presented.
",
  address="VŠB TU Ostrava",
  booktitle="Proceedings of XXXth Seminary XXX ASR'05:Instruments and Control '05",
  chapter="14580",
  institution="VŠB TU Ostrava",
  year="2005",
  month="april",
  pages="30",
  publisher="VŠB TU Ostrava",
  type="conference paper"
}