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Chapter 5.Nanometrology > 5.7Further Reading - Pg. 100

100 CHAPTER 5 Nanometrology moves the problem into territory unfamiliar to most metrologists. However, important advances are being made in this domain, which has already allowed it to assume a far more quantitative nature than hitherto. Perhaps the greatest current challenge is to devise instrumentation able to com- bine two or more techniques, enabling the simultaneous observation of multiple parameters in situ on the same sample. 5.7 FURTHER READING R. Leach, Fundamental Principles of Engineering Nanometrology, Elsevier, Amsterdam, 2009. R.E. Kunz, Miniature integrated optical modules for chemical and biochemical sensing, Sens. Actuators B 38­39 (1997) 13­28. J.J. Ramsden, High resolution molecular microscopy, in: Ph. Dejardin (Ed.), Proteins at Solid- Liquid Interfaces, Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg, 2006, pp. 23­49. J.J. Ramsden, OWLS--a versatile technique for drug discovery, Front. Drug Des. Discovery 2 (2006) 211­223.