Announcing Vista 200

Check out our new semiconductor-specific instrument


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Company overview

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Molecular Vista Inc.

Molecular Vista develops scientific instruments for nanoscale chemical analysis using AFM-IR techniques. Their Vista Series microscopes enable traditional FTIR-like measurements with sensitivities one billion times greater and spatial resolutions of only 5 nm. This is possible using their nano-IR technology, photo-induced force microscopy (PiFM). With applications ranging from semiconductor defect analysis to geochemical research, organic and inorganic materials can now be identified and mapped with surface topography at nanometer resolutions.


Please format product names and scientific technique names appropriately when writing copy.

*Please note: PiFM (photo-induced force microscopy) is the primary name of our technique. It can be used as a general term for how we acquire data, but not for taking spectra. When referring to spectra taken on our instruments, please use the term PiF-IR to refer to photo-induced force infrared spectroscopy.

VistaOne ×
Vista one ×
Vista One
VistaScope ×
Vista IR ×
Vista One-IR ×
Vista One
Vista One IR
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PiF-IR spectrum*


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Logo Clearspace

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Product images and data

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Currently all typography must be typeset in programs designed to work with OpenType fonts to accurately represent the Molecular Vista brand. Acceptable applications include Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Indesign, Affinity Designer, or Affinity Publisher.

Unfortunately, Microsoft Office and Google Suite applications do not support the required typesetting features.

Body text

Body text should be typeset in Alegreya Sans with lining numerals turned on.


Heading should be typeset in Raleway with the following specifications:

  • Lining numerals.
  • Stylistic Sets 1, 3, 8, 9, and 11 turned on.

Minus signs

Minus signs (−) and hyphens (-) aren’t actually interchangeable. Please use the correct character. For example, type cm−1 instead of cm-1. For easy access, you can copy and paste this minus sign: .

Trademark symbol

There is a specialized character for trademarks (™) which should be used instead of approximating the effect with superscript characters. For example, type hyPIR™ instead of hyPIRTM. For easy access you can copy and paste the symbol here:

Other helpful symbols

Non-breaking space:   . Use this as the last space in a heading or paragraph to avoid orphaned text. Also, helpful between numbers and units e.g. 5 nm.

Non-breaking hypen: . Use this when writing PiF‑IR to make sure the term isn’t split between lines.

Multiplication symbol: × . This should be used instead of an x when typing dimensions.

Plus-minus sign: ± .

Mu: µ . **Copy and paste this mu symbol when working in Microsoft applications. It is much more reliable than using the insert symbol feature in Word or PowerPoint which will be converted to m when the text is transferred to non-Microsoft applications.

Omega: ω



These are the only colors that can be used with our logo.

MVI Blue

CMYK 100, 51, 0, 19
PMS 2945C

MVI Green

CMYK 69, 0, 100, 7
PMS 2424C


These colors can be used for backgrounds and CTAs.

Light Blue


Text Black

For body text on screen


Heading Gray

For headings on screen


Medium Gray

CMYK 0, 0, 0, 11

Light Gray