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Founded in 1899, the American Physical Society (APS) is a non-profit membership organization working to advance and diffuse the knowledge of physics. APS publishes the world's most widely read physics research and review journals: Physical Review Letters, Physical Review Materials, Physical Review X, Reviews of Modern Physics, Physical Review A-E, Physical Review Accelerators and Beams, Physical Review Applied, Physical Review Fluids, Physical Review Physics Education Research, and Physics. Please visit journals.aps.org for more information.

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Journal of Materials Chemistry C is a high quality journal publishing materials research with applications in optical, magnetic and electronic devices.

Materials Horizons is a leading journal for the publication of exceptionally high quality, innovative materials science, with an emphasis on original research that demonstrates a new concept or a new way of thinking.

Consisting of Nanoscale Horizons, Nanoscale, and Nanoscale Advances, the nanoscale journal family allows full coverage of interdisciplinary advances in nanoscience and nanotechnology.

Materials Advances is an international, gold open access journal, publishing good quality research across the breadth of materials science.

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Neaspec designs, manufactures and distributes advanced nanoscale optical imaging & spectroscopy microscopes, and was founded to revolutionize nanoscale analytics, with the ultimate goal to enable technological & scientific progress in every lab around the world. neaspec’s neaSNOM microscope combines the best of two worlds: the nanoscale resolution of atomic force microscopy with the analytical power of FTIR infrared imaging & spectroscopy. The neaSNOM allows studying chemical, structural, and electronic properties of a sample at a spatial resolution up to 1000-times higher compared to conventional technology like micro FT-IR. The non-destructive measurement method is equally suited for organic and inorganic samples and requires only standard AFM sample preparation.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Neaspec designs, manufactures and distributes advanced nanoscale optical imaging & spectroscopy microscopes, and was founded to revolutionize nanoscale analytics, with the ultimate goal to enable technological & scientific progress in every lab around the world. neaspec’s neaSNOM microscope combines the best of two worlds: the nanoscale resolution of atomic force microscopy with the analytical power of FTIR infrared imaging & spectroscopy. The neaSNOM allows studying chemical, structural, and electronic properties of a sample at a spatial resolution up to 1000-times higher compared to conventional technology like micro FT-IR. The non-destructive measurement method is equally suited for organic and inorganic samples and requires only standard AFM sample preparation.

Journal of Materials Chemistry C is a high quality journal publishing materials research with applications in optical, magnetic and electronic devices.

Materials Horizons is a leading journal for the publication of exceptionally high quality, innovative materials science, with an emphasis on original research that demonstrates a new concept or a new way of thinking.

Consisting of Nanoscale Horizons, Nanoscale, and Nanoscale Advances, the nanoscale journal family allows full coverage of interdisciplinary advances in nanoscience and nanotechnology.

Materials Advances is an international, gold open access journal, publishing good quality research across the breadth of materials science.