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

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

Operando Resonant Soft X-ray Scattering Studies of Chemical Environment and Interparticle Dynamics of Cu Nanocatalysts for CO2 Electroreduction

  Another new publication on a Tuesday! In this new publication the researchers combined X-ray absorption spectroscopy and #LiquidEM electrochemistry. Using small-angle X-ray scattering, they were able to probe particle-particle interactions of large ensambles of nanoparticles, while doing electrochemistry simultaneously! Please take a look at their research here: #microscopy #electronmicroscopy #insituTEM #catalysis #PoseidonSelect#electrochemistry #SAXS … 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

Sub-Nanometer Electron Beam Phase Patterning in 2D Materials

  In this new exciting paper the researchers have looked into grain boundary engineering by electron beam patterning using the #FusionSelect holder. If you want to know about how this atomic precision technique can be capable of engineering precise nanomaterials, please follow the link: #energyresearch #2Dmaterials #materialscience #electronmicroscopy#microscopy #findyourbreakthrough

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: #electronmicroscopy #insitumicroscopy #microscopy#findyourbreakthrough #Protochips #FusionSelect

Atomic imaging of zeolite-confined single molecules by electron microscopy

  Publication update on a Tuesday! Check out these incredible results from Chinese Academy of Sciences and Tsinghua University just published in Nature. Using the Protochips #Atmosphere system they were able to observe the deformation of #zeolite pores at incredible resolution during the benzene adsorption. Tsinghua University Read more on their research here: #materialsscience … Read More

Synthesis of complex rare earth nanostructures using in situ liquid cell transmission electron microscopy

  Researchers, Caitlin Taylor, Tina Nenoff, Sara Pratt, and Khalid Hattar utilize #LiquidEM to study the crystallization processes of rare earth elements. You can read more about there work in their Nanoscale Advances paper: #Protochips, NanoMEGAS, Sandia National Laboratories, JEOL USA, JEOL Ltd. #electronmicroscopy #insitumicroscopy#microscopy #findyourbreakthrough#PoseidonSelect #ProtochipsPoseidon

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 … Read More