The Poseidon Select Electrochemistry System, partnered with a Gamry Reference 600+ potentiostat, facilitates the study of dynamic nanoscale processes in the transmission electron microscope (TEM). Researchers can probe complex processes, such as lithium-ion batteries, fuel cells, and corrosion in order to better understand the fundamental mechanisms and develop new materials.
In partnership with Gamry, the Poseidon system has been designed with a number of unique elements that resolve the small currents expected in a miniature cell while maintaining imaging and analytical data collection. Contacts in the TEM holder and a protective coating on the E-chips both prevent the electrolyte from reacting with any parts of the cell except the electrodes.
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