Pathway to defective highly active and stable MoVSbOx catalysts for ethane oxidative dehydrogenation through a dislodging process involving controlled combustion of amino-organic compounds

Tuesday publication update! This latest research introduces a new methodology for synthesizing MoVSbOx catalysts for the ethane oxidative dehydrogenation (E-ODH) reaction using our #AtmosphereAX system. In this newest research it becomes clear that nanoscale and bulkscale can be used together to create better catalyst materials! With this new approach, M1 nanorods with unique facets were … Read More

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How to Correlate Catalyst Activity to Morphological Changes in the TEM
Written by Nynke Krans, Applications and Marketing Manager, May. 24, 2024

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Observing Catalyst Stability in the TEM, A Workflow
Written by Nynke Krans, Applications and Marketing Manager, Apr. 26, 2024

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An Arsenal of Tools for the Preparation of In Situ Electron Microscopy Samples
Written by Nynke Krans, Applications and Marketing Manager, Apr. 15, 2024

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The New and Improved Success Community
Written by Madeline Dukes, Senior Applications Scientist and Training Specialist, Apr. 10, 2024

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Gas Analysis in Atmosphere AX Using an RGA
Written by Tim Eldred, Product Marketing Manager, Mar. 20, 2024

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Workflows for Gas-Phase Heterogeneous Catalysis Research
Written by Jennifer McConnell, Senior Manager, Marketing and Product Management, Mar. 10, 2024

Flow Management E-chips for Electrochemistry
Written by Jennifer McConnell, Senior Manager, Marketing and Product Management, Jan. 10, 2024

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Using a Standard Reference Electrode during In Situ Electron Microscopy
Written by Nynke Krans, Application Specialist, Oct. 15, 2023

Visualization of the structural transformation of NiO/YSZ/BZY nanocomposite particles using in situ gas environmental transmission electron microscopy

Additional Friday Publication Post! This latest research using the #AtmosphereAX System visualizes the structural transformation of NiO/YSZ/BZY nanocomposite particles during the hydrogen reduction reaction with in situ gas electron microscopy! This study shows the behavior of nanocomposite particles, used as cermet anodes, at the atomic level, at 1 atmosphere H2, and at high temperature. At … Read More

Synthesis of core@shell catalysts guided by Tammann temperature

Tuesday publication update! In this most recent publication in #NatureCommunications the authors were looking at the synthesis of core@shell catalysts using the Tammann temperature using the #AtmosphereAX system. ️This new approach in catalyst design enabling the authors to use the strong metal-support interactions in a generalized manner. Through real-time monitoring via in situ microscopy and … 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

New Flash Talk Alert! Watch Maria de Marco of LCPMC.

We have another new Flash Talk for your viewing pleasure! Come join Maria de Marco of LCMPC and IPCMS as she tells you how she used the #AtmosphereAX system to look at the stability of high-entropy-alloy nanocrystal based macro- and mesoporous materials! Watch his Flash Talk here: https://youtu.be/BnEqFrGGCX0 Do you use Protochips products and want … Read More

Carbon nanofiber growth rates on NiCu catalysts: quantitative coupling of macroscopic and nanoscale in situ studies

Tuesday publication update! In this newest research written by @TomWelling, the #AtmosphereAX system was used to track carbon nanofiber growth from NiCu-catalyzed methane decomposition under true working conditions. By directly comparing real-time overall carbon growth rates in a reactor (measured gravimetrically) with nanometer-scale carbon growth observations (by electron microscopy), the ex-situ and in-situ results can … Read More

Shedding light on the birth of hybrid perovskites: a correlative study by in situ electron microscopy and synchrotron-based x-ray scattering

An additional Friday publication update! Lead halide perovskites (LHPs) are the future of optoelectronic devices, thanks to their unique physical properties. Yet, the synthesis of MAPI perovskites via ligand-assisted reprecipitation (LARP) has so far not been researched. In this groundbreaking study, advanced in-situ techniques were done with the #PoseidonAX and the #Atmosphere system to demystify … Read More

Direct observation of Ni nanoparticle growth in carbon-supported nickel under carbon dioxide hydrogenation atmosphere

Tuesday publication update! In this latest research by the group of @Petra de Jongh, and written by @Nienke Visser, the #Atmosphere system was used to investigate supported metal catalysts, aiming to unlock the secrets of nanoparticle growth and enhance their longevity. ️ Using in situ gas-phase transmission electron microscopy, the group achieved real-time visualization of … Read More