Bruker's Sharp Microlever (MSNL) probes are the industry standard for
high-performance imaging with TappingMode in fluid. These probes marry
the sharpness of a Silicon tip with the low spring constant and high
sensitivity of a Silicon Nitride cantilever, for an unprecedented level
of high-resolution and force control on just about any sample, in any
medium. The unique design of each MSNL probe includes six cantilevers
with varying degrees of force constants and resonant frequencies,
providing enough versatility to cover a large majority of sample types.
The MSNL cantilever layout is identical to that of the other MLCT products,
with an "A" cantilevers on one side of the probe, and "B," "C," "D," "E," and "F"
cantilevers on the other side of the probe. See the cantilever orientation diagram here.
All cantilevers on the MSNL probes have <2 degrees of cantilever
bend, making them ideal for use on all Bruker and non-Bruker AFMs.