Advances in Compositional Analysis Using Analytical S/TEM
29 Jan 2015

The ability to perform elemental characterization of nanomaterials, both at room temperature and during heating, provides important insight to structural and compositional changes. This application note, demonstrates the use of energy dispersive x-ray spectroscopy (EDS) on a catalyst specimen during heating.

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