Binnig

Binnig

(German ˈbiniɡ)
n
(Biography) Gerd (Karl). born 1947, German physicist: shared the Nobel prize for physics (1986) for work on the superconductivity of semiconductors and development of the scanning tunnelling microscope
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The STM was invented at IBM Zrich by Gerd Binnig and Heinrich Rohrer in 1981; they received the Nobel Prize in Physics for their work in 1986.
Joachim Binnig, vice president/head of development & technology for Autefa."Given the number of nonwoven manufacturers in China, this is by far the biggest potential for selling needle looms," he says.
AFM was developed in 1986 by Binnig and colleagues [33] and commercial AFMs began to appear in the early 1990s [22].
Binnig, "X-ray computed tomography: semi-automated volumetric analysis of late-stage lung tumors as a basis for response assessments," Journal of Biomedical Imaging, vol.
At the time, Joachim Binnig, head of technology development, reported the company had very good feedback on the technology.
Gerd Binnig Premio Nobel de Fisica por su Heinrich Rohrer diseno del microscopio de efecto tunel.
German Gerd Binnig and Swiss Heinrich Rohrer were awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics for their invention in 1986.
AFM arose in 1986 for use as a microscope to directly image the surface morphology with atomic and molecular resolution (BINNIG et al., 1986).
Zurich by Gerd Binnig and Heinrich Rohrer, for which they shared the
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developed by Professor Gerd Binnig, the 1986 Nobel Laureate in Physics,