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Your explanation is very useful to understand the concept. Thank you.. :-)
First let me thank you people. Well, let me explain the stuff, (people, please consider this also as my question) actually in order to make a conducting atomic force microscope first I have to make a bias voltage setup to make the current (in the order of nano ampere (nA)) to pass through my sample via the afm tip. Currently I am seeking for a circuit which gives current in the range of nA to pA (pico ampere). (And my bias voltage would be in the order of 100mV). Can you help me in finding out such circuits? Please…
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