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  1. AFM a.k.a. Afamin is a protein that in humans is encoded by the AFM gene.
  2. Afm a.k.a. afamin is a gene.
    • also known as alpha-albumin
  3. Afm is a file format.

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Google previewPharmaceutical Nanotechnology (2016)

Fundamentals and Practical Applications by Costas Demetzos

AFM is an important topographic and spectroscopic tool as spectroscopy of force deformation can measure the bond forces between...

It can be concluded that AFM is a probe microscopic technique for applications at nanoscale analysis [24].

Google previewIntelligent Nanomaterials (2016)

by Ashutosh Tiwari, Yogendra Kumar Mishra, Hisatoshi Kobayashi, Anthony P. F. Turner

AFM is a technique that can study the shape, the mechanical deformations, and the microengineering properties of liposomes and other lipid particles, in nanometer scale [20–26]. AFM is an important topographic and spectroscopic tool as ...

Google previewIBM Spectrum Scale (formerly GPFS) (2015)

by Dino Quintero, Luis Bolinches, Puneet Chaudhary, Willard Davis, Steve Duersch, Carlos Henrique Fachim, Andrei Socoliuc, Olaf Weiser, IBM Redbooks

AFM is a scalable, high-performance, file system caching feature that is part of Spectrum Scale.

Google previewOptical Inspection of Microsystems (2016)

by Wolfgang Osten

The AFM is a tactile instrument that relies on direct physical contact of its mechanical microfabricated probe with the sample surface to make its measurements [1]. The AFM can generate three-dimensional maps of a surface with nanometer, ...

Google previewXII Mediterranean Conference on Medical and Biological Engineering and Computing 2010 (2010)

MEDICON 2010, 27-30 May 2010, Chalkidiki, Greece by Nicolas Pallikarakis, Panagiotis D. Bamidis

AFM is a very powerful instrument that can offer image of biological systems in real time with molecular or submolecular resolution in air, in vacuum and even in liquid [7]. AFM images can be used to obtain qualitative or quantitative information ...

Google previewAtomic Force Microscopy (2004)

Biomedical Methods and Applications by Pier Carlo Braga, Davide Ricci

AFM is a surface science technique and, thus, requires the immobilization of the studied object on a flat rigid support (substrate). A crystalline microtip attached to a cantilever is brought in contact with the investigated surface. The deflection of ...

Google previewNanocomposites in Wastewater Treatment (2014)

by Ajay Kumar Mishra

Atomic force microscopy (AFM) is another technique for measuring nanometer- scale surface roughness and for viewing surface nanotexture on different types of materials surface. AFM is a nondestructive technique with 3D spatial resolution.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Food Mycotoxins (2013)

by Martin Weidenbörner

To prevent AFM contamination in milk feeding of – peanuts which are frequently contaminated by AFB, to lactating cows has been forbidden by the Swiss legislation. Transmission rate (— carry over) of aflatoxin B1 that is ingested in the feed ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Radio 3-Volume Set (2004)

by Christopher H. Sterling

AFM and Radio AFM members initially looked to radio as a godsend, assuming that it would provide for more employment opportunities for members. And indeed larger stations did create or hire individual musicians or even orchestras.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Supramolecular Chemistry (2004)

by J. L. Atwood, Jonathan W. Steed

AFM image of isolated dendrimer molecules on mica, (c) Fibers imaged after solvent casting a dilute solution from chloroform. ( Reprinted in part or adapted with permission from the American Chemical Society.) ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Nanoscience and Society (2010)

by David H. Guston

Early STMers, therefore, worked together to invent the atomic force microscope ( AFM)—a very similar instrument that could image almost any surface. Today, the AFM is the most widely used scanning probe microscope: they are ubiquitous in ...

Google previewElectrochemical Dictionary (2012)

by Allen J. Bard, György Inzelt, Fritz Scholz

or Atomic force microscopy (AFM) DC – Constant height AFM – Constant force AFM – Lateral force microscopy ( LFM) ...

Google previewThe Concise Encyclopedia of American Radio (2010)

by Christopher H. Sterling, Cary O'Dell

AFM members initially looked to radio as a godsend, assuming that it would provide for more employment opportunities for members. And indeed larger stations did create or hire individual musicians or even orchestras. Butstations in smaller ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Polymer Blends (2010)

Volume 1: Fundamentals by Avraam I. Isayev

Scanning Probe Microscopy – Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) and Scanning Tunneling Microscopy (STM) The main feature of a scanning probe microscope (SPM) is the presence of a probe with a sharp tip. During measurements, this ...

Google previewInternational Encyclopedia of Civil Society (2009)

by Helmut K. Anheier, Stefan Toepler

AFM has three major fields of activities. It promotes research that leads to a direct or indirect understanding of neuromuscular diseases. The research focuses on genetics, the treatment of diseases and the prevention of disabilities. Second, the ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Polymer Blends, Volume 3 (2016)

Structure by Avraam I. Isayev

AFM is also referred to as scanning force microscopy (SFM) or scanning probe microscopy (SPM). An extremely sharp probe (of diamond or silicon), near atomic dimensions at the tip, is tracked across the surface with the contact force held ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Science and Technology in Modern China (2015)

by Lawrence R. Sullivan, Nancy Y. Liu

AFM is a high-resolution scanning probe microscopy with demonstrated resolution of fractions of a nanometer (one billionth of a meter), more than 1,000 times better than the optical diffraction ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Microfluidics and Nanofluidics (2008)

by Dongqing Li

AFM Definition The atomic force microscope (AFM) is a very high- resolution type of scanning probe microscope, with demonstrated resolution of fractions of an Angstrom, more than a 1000 times better than the optical diffraction limit. The AFM ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of U.S. Labor and Working-class History (2007)

by Eric Arnesen

The AFM leadership and rank-and-file fought technological displacement and Depression-related unemployment with limited results from 1927-1936. Although the AFM leadership, led still by President Weber, initially believed that the public ...

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