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electrostatic force microscopy[i¦lek·trə‚stad·ik ¦fȯrs mī′krä·skə·pē]
The use of an atomic force microscope to measure electrostatic forces from electric charges on a surface.
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Electrostatic Force Microscope
, which can map dopant profiles in ion-implanted semiconductors
Similarly, the electrostatic force microscope
uses an electrostatically charged tip to study a sample's local electric fields.
The adaptability of DC-frequency shift detection compared to AC measurements constitutes a versatile method to investigate dielectric properties using standard electrostatic force microscopes
without external connections.