Graphene Seals for in situ TEM in Catalysis
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Electron microscopy has become an indispensable tool for the study of heterogeneous catalysts as it uniquely provides information about the catalyst surface which in turn can aid in the strive towards understanding of the structure-reactivity relationship in catalysis. However, most materials tend to restructure under reaction conditions and even minor structural changes can have profound impact on catalysts’ properties. It has therefore remained an important goal to make electron microscopy available for operando studies wherein information about the surface structure and properties are simultaneously evaluated at the atomic-scale under relevant reaction conditions.