New approaches for characterizing sensor and other modern complex materials

D. R. Baer, M. H. Engelhard, A. R. Felmy, J. J. Ford, J. Z. Hu, A. S. Lea, P. Nachimuthu, L. Saraf, J. A. Sears, S. Thevuthasan

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Abstract

Advances in understanding of sensor and other modern complex materials are often enabled by new research tools. This paper highlights three capability development themes used to identify new research tools to be provided to users of the U. S. Department of Energy's Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory. These capability development directions address the importance of dynamic measurements in realistic environments, the need for increased resolution in three dimensional analyses as well as the importance of linking theory and experiment. Capability development involves expanding the range of operation for a number of important techniques, developing and applying new capabilities, and advancing methods of data processing. Examples of current developments are provided including those related to magnetic resonance, x-ray diffraction, application of a focused beam capability to fuel cell aging, and near real time analysis of x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy spectra.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationECS Transactions
Pages137-148
Number of pages12
Volume19
Edition6
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2009
Externally publishedYes
Event35 Years of Chemical Sensors - An Honorary Symposium for Professor Jiri Janata's 70th Birthday Celebration - 215th ECS Meeting - San Francisco, CA
Duration: 24 May 200929 May 2009

Other

Other35 Years of Chemical Sensors - An Honorary Symposium for Professor Jiri Janata's 70th Birthday Celebration - 215th ECS Meeting
CitySan Francisco, CA
Period24/5/0929/5/09

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X rays
Sensors
Magnetic resonance
Photoelectron spectroscopy
Fuel cells
Aging of materials
Diffraction
Experiments

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  • Engineering(all)

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Baer, D. R., Engelhard, M. H., Felmy, A. R., Ford, J. J., Hu, J. Z., Lea, A. S., ... Thevuthasan, S. (2009). New approaches for characterizing sensor and other modern complex materials. In ECS Transactions (6 ed., Vol. 19, pp. 137-148) https://doi.org/10.1149/1.3118546

New approaches for characterizing sensor and other modern complex materials. / Baer, D. R.; Engelhard, M. H.; Felmy, A. R.; Ford, J. J.; Hu, J. Z.; Lea, A. S.; Nachimuthu, P.; Saraf, L.; Sears, J. A.; Thevuthasan, S.

ECS Transactions. Vol. 19 6. ed. 2009. p. 137-148.

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Baer, DR, Engelhard, MH, Felmy, AR, Ford, JJ, Hu, JZ, Lea, AS, Nachimuthu, P, Saraf, L, Sears, JA & Thevuthasan, S 2009, New approaches for characterizing sensor and other modern complex materials. in ECS Transactions. 6 edn, vol. 19, pp. 137-148, 35 Years of Chemical Sensors - An Honorary Symposium for Professor Jiri Janata's 70th Birthday Celebration - 215th ECS Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 24/5/09. https://doi.org/10.1149/1.3118546
Baer DR, Engelhard MH, Felmy AR, Ford JJ, Hu JZ, Lea AS et al. New approaches for characterizing sensor and other modern complex materials. In ECS Transactions. 6 ed. Vol. 19. 2009. p. 137-148 https://doi.org/10.1149/1.3118546
Baer, D. R. ; Engelhard, M. H. ; Felmy, A. R. ; Ford, J. J. ; Hu, J. Z. ; Lea, A. S. ; Nachimuthu, P. ; Saraf, L. ; Sears, J. A. ; Thevuthasan, S. / New approaches for characterizing sensor and other modern complex materials. ECS Transactions. Vol. 19 6. ed. 2009. pp. 137-148
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