Beamline: Industrial Science
Contact: Jigang Zhou
A 6-electrode device for real time in-situ studies of electrochemical processes under a continuous flow of electrolytes. The device was made using in-situ TEM technology, and designed to fit the SM standard sample holder.
Battery materials can be charge cycled while simultaneously acquiring soft x-ray absorption maps to track structure change. Other applications include electrochemistry, corrosion, electroplating, electrolysis, fuel cell materials, etc.
More information can be found in Lim et al., Science 353, 566-571 (2016).