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    Title: In-situ/operando soft X-ray spectroscopy characterization of interfacial phenomena in energy materials and devices
    Authors: Liu, Y.-S.;Glans, P.-A.;Arthur, T.S.;Mizuno, F.;Chang, C.;Pong, W.-F.;Guo, J.
    Keywords: Spectroscopy;X-rays;Chemistry;Fabrication
    Date: 2015-09-05
    Issue Date: 2016-08-15
    Abstract: Many important energy systems are based on the complexity of material architecture, chemistry and interactions among constituents within. To understand and thus ultimately control the energy applications calls for in-situ/operando characterization tools. Recently, we have developed the in-situ/operando soft X-ray spectroscopic systems for the studies of catalytic and electrochemical reactions, and reveal how to overcome the challenge that soft X-rays cannot easily peek into the high-pressure catalytic or liquid electrochemical reactions. The unique design of in-situ/operando soft X-ray spectroscopy instrumentation and fabrication principle and one example are presented.
    Relation: Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering 9560
    DOI: 10.1117/12.2187742
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