Impact of palladium/palladium hydride conversion on electrochemical CO2 reduction via in-situ transmission electron microscopy and diffraction

An additional Friday publication update! Congratulations on a great #NatureCommunications from authors @Ahmed Abdellah of the group of @Leyla Soleymani and @Drew Higgins! In this newest publication, they showed how to remarkably do #diffraction at operando level during in situ electrochemistry. They used the #PoseidonAX system to look at Pd-based catalysts for the CO2 conversion … 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

Thinner Electrochemistry E-chips are Here!

New E-chip Alert! We have two new E-chips for Poseidon electrochemistry and we so excited to share them with you! The first one is a new, thinner-spacer electrochemistry E-chip that give you the ultimate flexibility to determine the liquid layer thickness. Now going down to 100 nm, you can find the best balance between liquid … Read More

The Flow Management Small E-chips are Here!

New E-chip Alert! We have two new E-chips for Poseidon electrochemistry and we so excited to share them with you! Our new Flow Management small E-chip that contains a unique “trench” design to increase your experimental success rate while widening the electrical potential windows achievable. They enable: * Swift removal of unwanted gas bubbles to … Read More

New Webinar Series Alert! Go with the Flow

New Webinar Alert!️Part 1 of a 2-part Go with the Flow webinar miniseries on flow characterization with Poseidon #LPTEM is this Thursday! ️ Tune in December 14th at 3pm CET to learn about the fundamental aspects of mass transport in liquid phase TEM flow systems, presented by the talented Dr. Stefan Markens from CIC nanoGUNE! … Read More

Unraveling and leveraging in situ surface amorphization for enhanced hydrogen evolution reaction in alkaline media

An additional Friday publication update! Are you interested in doing hydrogen evolution reactions using in situ liquid cell electron microscopy? In this newest publication in Nature Communications the authors looked at the surface amorphization in alkaline media! In this latest work the authors infused a trace of Ru (0.81 wt.%) into NiPS3 nanosheets, and witnessed … 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

Another Successful Poseidon Installation at CERTH

New Installation alert!️So thrilled to share that a new Poseidon liquid cell system with electrochemistry and heating capabilities was installed at CERTH last month! Special thank you to @Evan for leading this effort! Looking forward to witnessing great scientific discoveries in the future!️ #CERTH #Protochips #Poseidon #LCTEM

Goethite mineral dissolution to probe the chemistry of radiolytic water in liquid-phase transmission electron microscopy

In this recent publication, the authors have used liquid phase electron microscopy to observe the dynamic behavior of geothite during dissolution under the irradiation of the electron beam. Kinetic simulations of the different radiolysis species provides insight into the redox and acidity of the liquid during the exposure to the beam. These interactions are very … Read More