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Atomic force microscopy can be used to measure the topology and chemical structure of surfaces at the atomic level, often yielding striking images. By dragging a probe over a surface, like a needle in a record player, researchers can probe its height, composition, electronic structure, and more. Yet at the technology’s highest resolution extreme, a controversial claim that it can visualize otherwise ephemeral hydrogen bonding interactions has underscored the key challenges the technology faces.
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