Enhanced resistive switching performance and structural evolution of NiO/Nb2O5−x bilayer memristive device

Tuesday publication update! In this newest publication, the #FusionAX system was used to do electrical biasing experiments using in situ electron microscopy on next-generation resistive random-access memory (RRAM). By employing advanced electron microscopy techniques, including transmission electron microscopy (TEM), X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS), and electron energy-loss spectroscopy (EELS), the microstructural evolution of Pt/NiO/Nb2O5 x/Pt bilayer … Read More

Metal Organic Vapor Phase Epitaxy in a Transmission Electron Microscope

Friday publication update! This recent publication from the group of @Kerstin Volz, written by @Maximilian Widemann, @David Krug, @Oliver Massmeyer, @Felix Gruber and @Andreas Beyer published in Small Methods, uses the #AtmosphereAX system to grow and observe GaP nanowires in real time! Using tertiary butyl phosphine (TBP) and trimethyl gallium (TMGa), the authors were able … Read More

Direct imaging of electron density with a scanning transmission electron microscope

Tuesday publication update! A new pioneering technique, known as secondary electron e-beam-induced current (SEEBIC), offers atomic-scale insights into material properties like conductivity, connectivity, and work function. However, this technique can also be used together with in situ electron microscopy. In this newest work, authors used the #FusionAX system and SEEBIC imaging on a stacked 2D … Read More

Functionalized MXene filmes with substantially improved low voltage actuation

Tuesday publication update! Have you ever wanted to see MXenes in the electron microscope in real time using electrochemstry? The authors of this newest publication have looked at Ti3C2Tx MXene Film for High-Performance Actuators using the #PoseidonAX system! The enhancement of tetrabutylammonium (TBA) in MXene catapults the in-plane actuation strain by a staggering 337%, amplifying … Read More

Mapping of the electrostatic potentials in a fully processed led device with nm-scale resolution by in situ off-axis electron holography

Additional Friday publication update! In this newest publication, the authors used the electrical capabilities of the #FusionAX system to look at the optoelectronic properties of fully processed red-emitting AlGaInP micro-diode devices ️The quantum wells within the diode exhibited a fascinating behavior—they rested on a potential gradient until reaching the threshold forward bias voltage for light … Read More

Preparation of High-Quality Sample for MEMS-Based In-Situ (S)TEM Experiments

Tuesday publication update! Congratulations to @Vesna from the university of Stuttgart on publishing this nice work showing a new methodology for the preparation of focussed ion beam (FIB) lamella for in-situ microscopy. Additionally, they investigated what the influence of the beam was on the electrical and electro-thermal measurements. Furthermore, thinning of the whole lamella or … Read More

Phase-Controllable Large-Area Two-Dimonsional In2Se3 and Ferroelectric Heterophase Junction

Another Tuesday Publication update! Memory transistors based on two-dimensional (2D) ferroelectric semiconductors are intriguing for next-generation in-memory computing. Using the #FusionSelect, a heating study was performed on some beautiful 2D In2Se3 films. The phase-controllable synthesis strategies of large-area 2D In2Se3 films from this study can open numerous opportunities in developing novel structures and concepts for … Read More

Observing resistive switching behaviors in single Ta2O5 nanotube-based memristive devices

A new paper has come out showing the behavior of memrestive devices using the #FusionSelect with electrical characterization! The authors are looking at one dimensional Ta2O5 nanotubes and using EELS to look at the changes while biasing the sample. Do you want to learn more about their research? Follow the link: https://lnkd.in/ge8umgAd #1Dmaterials #electronicdevices #microscope#findyourbreakthrough … Read More

Dynamically observing the formation of MOFs-driven Co/N-doped carbon nanocomposites by in-situ transmission electron microscope and their application as high-efficient microwave absorbent

MOF derivatives display superior electrical conductivity and thermal stability and have therefore drawn widespread attention. Recently, researchers from Northwest University in Xi’an have combined in situ and ex situ techniques to observe the pyrolysis process of ZIF materials. Find out about their research here: https://lnkd.in/gCWN66KF #electronmicroscopy #insitumicroscopy #microscopy#findyourbreakthrough #Protochips #FusionSelect

Frequency-controlled electrophoretic mobility of a particle within a porous, hollow shell

Publication update on a Tuesday! Researchers at Universiteit Utrecht University have recently published on how yolk-shell particle behaviour can be influenced by an AC field using the #PoseidonSelect in an #LiquidEM environment. The mobility of the core particles was impacted just by changing the AC field creating a frequency-dependent mobility. You can read more about … Read More