New Fusion AX Publication in Lab on a Chip!

Tuesday publication update! Have you ever thought on looking at sublimation reactions on the nanoscale, in real time? These authors from the university of Leoben looked at nanoalloying Al–Cu nanoparticles in situ within a transmission electron microscope using the #FusionAX system. The results showed that Au nanoparticles and Cu nanowires can undergo melting and alloying … Read More

New Poseidon AX Publication in ACS Nano!

An additional Friday publication update! Controlled etching behavior is extremely important to be able to create crystal solids with defined structures and functions. In this newest publication, in situ liquid cell transmission electron microscopy was used to oberserve the dynamic behavior during the pencil shape evolution of a single crystal ZnO nanorod in aqueous hydrochloric … Read More

Phase-controllable large-area two dimensional In2Se3 and ferroelectric heterophase junction

  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 future FE electronics … Read More

In situ TEM investigation of indium oxide/titanium oxide nanowire heterostructures growth through solid state reactions

  Are you interested in photonic devices? Please take a look at this new research using the #FusionSelect! In this publication TiO2/In2O3 nanowires were investigated for their microstructural evolution during annealing experiments. Elemental analysis (EDS) was used to analyze the reaction mechanisms at different temperatures. Do you want to know more? Follow the link: … Read More

Metal Monolayers on Command: Underpotential Deposition at Nanocrystal Surfaces: A Quantitative Operando Electrochemical Transmission Electron Microscopy Study

  Are you interested in combing #LiquidEM and #Xrayspectroscopy? Authors from #UniversityofBerkley have recently published some beautiful results in #JACS on Cu nanocatalysts for CO2 electroreduction. Using a #PoseidonSelect in their beamline set-up for small-angle x-ray scattering, the researchers were able to investigate the chemical environment and interparticle information on nanocatalysts. Want to learn more? … Read More

Formation and Control of Zero-Field Antiskyrmions in Confining Geometries

  In this newest published research the #FusionSelect was used to heat and efficiently quench antiskyrmions. Different lattice formations were observed ranging from triangular, circular or rotated-square geometry. These nice results from the University of Tokyo demonstrate a roadmap for generating and controlling antiskyrmions in a confining geometry. Read more about the paper here: … Read More

In Situ Liquid Electrochemical TEM Investigation of LiMn1.5Ni0.5O4 Thin Film Cathode for Micro-Battery Applications

  Be sure to check out these recent results from Arnaud Demortière‘s lab using our situ electrochemistry system #PoseidonSelect and 4D STEM to understand the morphological changes behind capacity fading of lithium batteries. Read it here at: Ankush Bhatia, Sorina Cretu, Maxime Hallot, Nicolas Folastre, Maxime Berthe, David TROADEC, Pascal Roussel, Jean-Pierre Pereira-Ramos, Rita … Read More

Correlating the dispersion of Li@Mn6 superstructure units with the oxygen activation in Li-rich layered cathode

  Researchers in the Mingjian Zhang and Feng Pan groups, and Peking University and ShanghaiTech University utilized Protochips #FusionSelect and #AXON to study the dispersion of lithium manganese subunits at high temperature in Li-rich transition metal layered oxides. You can read about their research here: Zhaoxi Chen #energyresearch #batteryresearch #materialscience#electronmicroscopy #microscopy#findyourbreakthrough

Identification of Nanoscale Processes Associated with the Disorder-to-Order Transformation of Carbon-Supported Alloy Nanoparticles

  How do you use in-situ TEM to further your research? Sara Skrabalak‘s group at Indiana University Bloomington uses Protochips‘ #FusionSelect to perform in-situ annealing studies of intermetallic nanoparticles. You can download their latest paper here: Hannah Ashberry Xun Zhan #materialsscience #electronmicroscopy #TEM #insituTEM#nanoparticles