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Electron Microscopy of Catalysts - Diamond Light Source
Oct 18 2017 Read 371 Times
Microscopy and catalysis is going through a tremendous transformation on many fronts and this meeting will address the recent developments made in this rapidly emerging field. The new Electron Microscopy of Catalysts meeting is taking place on Friday 17 November at the Diamond Light Source in Harwell where we will be looking at quantitative imaging (atom counting) and the tomographic techniques that are producing nanoparticle structures that are being used by modellers to predict activity and selectivity.
We will also be reviewing how EDX and EELS are delivering not just compositional information but also chemical state maps; also shedding light on how advances of in situ techniques and holders have benefitted the area of multi length scale characterisation.
There will also be the opportunity to see the new I14 nanoprobe beamline together with EPSIC facilities available at the Harwell site.
Scientific Organiser of this event: Dogan Ozkaya, Johnson Matthey Technology Centre Organiser Scientific: Dogan Ozkaya, Johnson Matthey Technology Centre.
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