Nanomaterial Transformations Captured by Atomic Resolution 3D Electron Microscopy
Microsc. Microanal. , Volume 29 - Issue Supplement 1 p. 595- 595
Electron tomography is a powerful tool to explore the morphology, 3D structure, and composition of a broad range of (nano)materials. Although these experiments are already at the state-of-the-art, several open questions remain. These questions are often related to the fact that 3D characterization by TEM is typically performed using the conventional conditions of a TEM: ultrahigh vacuum and room temperature. Since it is known that the morphology and consequently, the activity of nanomaterials will transform at higher temperatures or pressures, this poses a fundamental limitation. It is therefore not surprising that much effort has been devoted to monitoring nanoparticle transformations upon application of external stimuli by TEM.
Bals, S, Albrecht, W, Arslan, E.I, Jenkinson, K, Mychinko, M, Esteban, D.A, … Van Aert, S. (2023). Nanomaterial Transformations Captured by Atomic Resolution 3D Electron Microscopy. In Microsc. Microanal. (Vol. 29, pp. 595–595). OUP. doi:10.1093/micmic/ozad067.287