The chemical reactions occurring at the surface of nanoscale catalysts can drastically alter the performance and reliability of those catalysts. With in situ microscopy, you can change environmental conditions of these reactions and directly observe the chemical, structural, and morphological changes underpinning the catalysis reaction with atom-by-atom precision.

Catalysis Synthesis

Atmosphere AX: Gas and vapor high temperature environment

Image nanoparticle catalyst reactions occuring at high temperature and pressures while maintaining atomic resolution.

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Catalysis Synthesis Poseidon

Poseidon AX: Liquid, electrochemical and liquid heating in situ studies

Image real time electrocatalysis reactions, synthesis of catalyst particles as well as catalyst interactions in liquid

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Catalysis Fusion

Fusion AX: Study high temperature heating, electrical and electrothermal in vacuum

Heat catalysts to reaction conditions while observing chemical and structural changes in situ.

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Watch dynamic behavior of real samples in situ.