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Preparing MIEC Nanofibers for a TEM Study

HEIST Project at the Department of Energy Conversion and Storage, DTU - Technical University of Denmark, in collaboration with the Electron Microscopy Facility at Paul Scherrer Institute, integrates in-situ microscopy and electrochemical spectroscopy as a method to drive the development of high-temperature Solid Oxide Electrolysis Cells (SOECs).

Waynah Lou Dacayan and Søren Bredmose Simonsen investigate the potential of electrospun mixed ionic and electronic conductors (MIEC) nanofibers for SOECs. In order to study the structure and charge carrier dynamics within these nanofibers, they used our NANO solution to precisely position the nanowires on the MEMS frame for further study.

See our new application note for more details.

Contact us to learn more about in-situ SEM nanowire handling and characterization!