This project aims to establish an In-situ Environmental Electron Microscopy Facility to characterise real-time and dynamic alterations in nanomaterials at the atomic scale. Exploiting cutting-edge in-situ gas technology and transmission electron microscopy, this facility will be a sophisticated suite of equipment that will innovate and transform microscopy in Australia to image structural and compositional changes of materials at a speed and resolution previously unachievable. This project, and the unique configuration described herein, will drive pioneering research in the fields of Materials Science, Chemistry and Catalysis to solve problems in advanced manufacturing, energy, technology and the environment.
|Short title||In-situ Environmental Electron Microscopy Facility|
|Effective start/end date||21/04/20 → 20/04/21|