Bob Dunn Research Group

Instruments

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NSOM Axiovert 135TV Near-field Scanning Optical Microscope (NSOM). Used to make topographical and fluorescence measurements.
TIRFM Inverted Microscope utilizing Total Internal Reflection Fluorescence Microscopy (TIRFM), used to eliminate background and make single molecule orientation measurements.
Lingmeyer Blodgett Trough Lingmeyer Blodgett Tough used to make monolayers of different lipids to conduct nanopatterning and to make monolayers for single molecule orientation measurements.
focused Ion Beam Instrument Focused Ion Beam Instrument used for milling or cutting materials at a nanometer scale.
Confocal Micropscope Axiovert S100 Confocal Microscope used for generating 3D layers for fluorescence measurements.
Atomic force Microscope Optizoom Atomic Force Microscope and Digital Instruments Nanoscope 3A, used to make topographic measurements on a nanometer scale.

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