41 years have passed since the first scanning probe microscopy publication [1]. During this time, scanning probe microscopes, which make it possible to look into the nanoworld, have become practical tools for physicists, chemists, biologists, doctors, industrialists and teachers. Probe microscopes have formed an extensive family of high-precision and highly informative instruments for observing topography, morphology, and a wide range of physicochemical properties of studied objects. At the same time, detailing of the data obtained is at the level of nanometer with milliseconds time resolution. Are there any unresolved issues? Certainly! Our story is about a small part of them, about the tasks and problems in probe microscopy.


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