Roughness and Topography Analyses
By the use of AFM atomic force microscopy, even the most difficult surfaces in the µm and nm range can be imaged three-dimensionally topographically. You can then apply various analysis tools to these data sets, depending on the problem.
The topography data of AFM measurements allow freely selectable cross-sections, which can then be measured precisely depending on the problem. It is typically used to analyze structures in the nm and µm range.
Roughness analyses: Determination of RMS and Ra values
The topographic data sets of AFM measurements enable the determination of typical roughness values, such as mean standard deviation (RMS) and mean roughness (Ra), but also Fourier analyses (PSD, power spectral density), particle size measurements and others.
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