ISO 11952

Surface chemical analysis - Scanningprobe microscopy - Determination of geometric quantities using SPM: Calibration of measuring systems

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 22 January 2014
Status: active
Page Count: 66
ICS Code (Chemical analysis): 71.040.40
scope:

This International Standard specifies methods for characterizing and calibrating the scan axes of scanning-probe microscopes for measuring geometric quantities at the highest level. It is applicable to those providing further calibrations and is not intended for general industry use, where a lower level of calibration might be required.

This International Standard has the following objectives:

- to increase the comparability of measurements of geometrical quantities made using scanningprobe microscopes by traceability to the unit of length;

- to define the minimum requirements for the calibration process and the conditions of acceptance;

- to ascertain the instrument's ability to be calibrated (assignment of a "calibrate-ability" category to the instrument);

- to define the scope of the calibration (conditions of measurement and environments, ranges of measurement, temporal stability, transferability);

- to provide a model, in accordance with ISO/IEC Guide 98-3, to calculate the uncertainty for simple geometrical quantities in measurements using a scanning-probe microscope;

- to define the requirements for reporting results.

Document History

ISO 11952
January 22, 2014
Surface chemical analysis - Scanningprobe microscopy - Determination of geometric quantities using SPM: Calibration of measuring systems
This International Standard specifies methods for characterizing and calibrating the scan axes of scanning-probe microscopes for measuring geometric quantities at the highest level. It is applicable...

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