Radiation pressure excitation of a low temperature atomic force/magnetic force microscope for imaging in 4-300 K temperature range

2017-01-01
Celik, Umit L
KARCI, Ozgur
UYSALLI, Yigit
Özer, Hakkı Tunçay
Oral, Ahmet
We describe a novel radiation pressure based cantilever excitation method for imaging in dynamic mode atomic force microscopy (AFM) for the first time. Piezo-excitation is the most common method for cantilever excitation, however it may cause spurious resonance peaks. Therefore, the direct excitation of the cantilever plays a crucial role in AFM imaging. A fiber optic interferometer with a 1310 nm laser was used both for the excitation of the cantilever at the resonance and the deflection measurement of the cantilever in a commercial low temperature atomic force microscope/magnetic force microscope (AFM/MFM) from NanoMagnetics Instruments. The laser power was modulated at the cantilever's resonance frequency by a digital Phase Locked Loop (PLL). The laser beam is typically modulated by similar to 500 mu W, and similar to 141.8 nm(pp) oscillation amplitude is obtained in moderate vacuum levels between 4 and 300 K. We have demonstrated the performance of the radiation pressure excitation in AFM/MFM by imaging atomic steps in graphite, magnetic domains in CoPt multilayers between 4 and 300 K and Abrikosov vortex lattice in BSCCO(2212) single crystal at 4 K for the first time. Published by AIP Publishing.
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Citation Formats
U. L. Celik, O. KARCI, Y. UYSALLI, H. T. Özer, and A. Oral, “Radiation pressure excitation of a low temperature atomic force/magnetic force microscope for imaging in 4-300 K temperature range,” REVIEW OF SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS, pp. 0–0, 2017, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/40861.