Atomic-Scale Characterisation of Catalytic and Biomaterial Nanoparticles
The accurate characterisation of nanoparticles is increasingly important for advancing research in wide range of cross-disciplinary science, including chemical catalysts, semiconductors and biomaterials. For example, the automotive, pharmaceutical and energy industrial sectors all heavily rely on the application of catalysts, and the demands placed on their performance are increasingly extreme. However, the microanalysis of nanoparticles is generally very challenging across all microscopy techniques and can limit insights available to underpin the design and manufacture of new improved materials.
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