Applications Training for Poseidon AX at the University of Virginia

Now this is the face of a new liquid cell expert! Incoming University of Virginia Professor Kory Burns recently attended a Poseidon AX training with Prof. Rob Kelly’s PhD student Timothy Montoya performed by our own Dr. Madeline Dressel Dukes. It was a great 2-day session learning the basics of Poseidon AX operation as well … Read More

Applications Training University of Wyoming for Poseidon!

A couple weeks ago, our own Dr. Tim Eldred spent some time at the University of Wyoming in Laramie, WY training the team on their Poseidon AX system. Since the Poseidon AX was purchased, new users have entered the lab and this was a great opportunity for them to get familiar with the system. Thank … Read More

New Installation Alert at EPFL Switzerland!

New Installation Alert!️So thrilled to announce that a new Poseidon liquid cell system with AXON Synchronicity was installed at EPFL last month! Special thank you to our very own Dr. Evan Spadafora as well as Dr. Emad Oveisi (middle) and Dr. Krishna Kumar (right) from EPFL for making this a success! Major kudos to Dr. … Read More

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Heterogeneous Catalysis Campaign BLog1

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

Inspection holder workflow

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

New Success Community Image

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

atmosphere

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

Workflow for Atmosphere AX

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

Standard RE

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

Protochips Launches In Situ AX

Protochips Launches In Situ AX
Machine Vision Powered Solutions for your TEM Applications, Apr. 13, 2023

A magnetically powered nanomachine with a DNA clutch

Tuesday Publication Post! In this newest publication in #NatureNanotechnology the authors are looking at magnetically powered nanomachines with a DNA clutch using the #PoseidonAX in situ liquid phase system! These systems exhibit intricate mechanisms, including a clutch system that allows temporary disengagement of moving parts from the engine—a feat that remains challenging to replicate in … Read More

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

Subject

Heterogeneous Catalysis Campaign BLog1

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

Inspection holder workflow

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

New Success Community Image

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

atmosphere

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

Workflow for Atmosphere AX

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

Standard RE

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

Protochips Launches In Situ AX

Protochips Launches In Situ AX
Machine Vision Powered Solutions for your TEM Applications, Apr. 13, 2023

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