So called near-field probes pick up light within 5 nm from the sample, a range where diffraction effects are negligible, Stark explains.
What does NFP stand for?
NFP stands for Near-Field Probe
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- Nadeem Farooq Paracha (Pakistani journalist)
- National Federation Party (Fiji)
- National Financial Partners Corp.
- National Fire Plan (US Department of the Interior)
- National Focal Point
- National Foreclosure Professionals
- Natural Family Planning (contraception)
- Natural Family Planning Association of New Zealand
- Naval Forward Presence (strategy, force development)
- Nearest with Forward Progress
- Need for Precision (psychology)
- Neighborhood Fishing Program (Texas Parks & Wildlife Department Inland Fisheries Division)
- Net Factor Payment (economics)
- Net Filtration Pressure (fluid shift across capillaries)
- Net Financial Position
- Network Foundation Protection (Cisco Systems Defence Technology)
- Networking for Professionals (various locations)
- Neue Film Produktion (German: New Film Production)
- Neuro-Filament Protein
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Sanchez, along with colleagues at Harvard University, had overcome this problem by depositing a homogenous, nanometer-scale silicon oxide coating on near-field probes in order to minimize quenching.