In situ heating TEM speeds up the characterisation process for Aluminium alloys exposed to in-service conditions

There is a big opportunity for the design and development of sustainable catalysts for low-temperature NOx removal in the steel, cement and glass industries. Researchers Dr. Yong Wang et al. from Zhejiang University made a recent breakthrough using critical information obtained by In Situ TEM to design a MnOx/CeO2 nanorod (NR) catalyst with outstanding resistance to SO2 deactivation.

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Interview with Prof. Angus Kirkland, Science Director at the new Rosalind Franklin Institute, UK

We interviewed Prof. Angus Kirkland, Professor at the Department of Materials, University of Oxford and the science director at the Electron Physical Science Imaging Centre (EPSIC), Diamond Light Source UK. We talked about the new Rosalind Franklin Institute where he performs disruptive research projects in life sciences involving physical science methods, techniques, and instruments including In Situ TEM and correlative imaging.

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Improved insight into catalytic reduction of NOx for industrial processes

There is a big opportunity for the design and development of sustainable catalysts for low-temperature NOx removal in the steel, cement and glass industries. Researchers Dr. Yong Wang et al. from Zhejiang University made a recent breakthrough using critical information obtained by In Situ TEM to design a MnOx/CeO2 nanorod (NR) catalyst with outstanding resistance to SO2 deactivation.

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Queen’s University Belfast joins the group of Climate In Situ users

At the beginning of October, DENSsolutions installed a Climate G+ system at the Queen’s University Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK. The G+ is DENSsolutions’ most elaborate Climate system which allows researchers to perform In Situ Gas & Heating experiments with the option to flow mixed gases and switch between gases almost instantly.

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