Operando Hard X-ray Spectroscopy
Synchrotron radiation facilities are powerful X-ray sources that can be employed for numerous experimental techniques, including X-ray spectroscopic, scattering and imaging methods. The features of synchrotron radiation - high intensity and broad energy spectrum - make these sources ideally suited for in-situ and operando investigations of advanced materials.
In the focus of our group's research is the application and development of complementary synchrotron radiation techniques (X-ray absorption spectroscopy, high-energy X-ray diffraction coupled with pair distribution function analysis, small-angle X-ray scattering) that provide information about the transformations of catalyst structure on different length and time scales under catalytically relevant conditions.
By combining unique synthesis methods, state-of-the art tools for experimental characterization and advanced approaches to data analysis, atomistic details of chemical and electrochemical reactions at gas/solid and liquid/solid interfaces are revealed, and structure-property relationship in these materials are established.
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