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ECS REDCAT BLOG


VOL. 23, NO. 2 | SUMMER 2014


25 Years of Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy



Life is full of unintended consequences. The birth of scanning electrochemical microscopy in 1989 is just such a story.

A Story of Unintended Consequences - 25 years of scanning electrochemical microscopy

Scanning Electrochemical Microscopy - Studying electrocatalytic activity

Scanning Ion Conductance Microscopy – Measuring ions

The Force Dimension - Electrochemistry at the nanoscale

Atomic to the Micro Scale - Functional electron microscopy for electrochemistry

Working with Stuff - Interface editor Petr Vanýsek wants to improve chemistry’s image

Grandest Challenge of Them All - The plan for the free dissemination of research

The Discovery of Aluminum Electrolysis – Bring the Hall-Héroult Process to life



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