In situ XAS of electrocatalysts
In situ XAS provides information regarding adsorbate bonding and atomic arrangements on the electrode surface
Probing the Optical Property and Electronic Structure of Materials for Renewable Energy Applications
XAS and XES measure the unoccupied and occupied electronic structure and thus the band gap
Synchrotron tomography applications in agriculture and food science research
Non-destructive approaches based on synchrotron radiation enabled agricultural and food scientists to analyze structural changes in the material as well as on the surface.
Polymer research and synchrotron radiation perspectives
WAXS, could take the peak intensity and observe how these developed from the disordered melt. SAXS may track the rise in electron density and utilize it as a gauge for the rise in crystallinity level
Biological applications of synchrotron radiation infrared spectromicroscopy
Extremely brilliant infrared (IR) beams provided by synchrotron radiation sources are now routinely used in many facilities with available commercial spectrometers coupled to IR microscopes.
Research with Neutron and Synchrotron Radiation on Aerospace and Automotive Materials and Components
Investigation of microstructure development, deformation, and fatigue behavior of materials were carried out by Neutron and Synchrotron techniques
Characterization of semiconductor materials using synchrotron radiation
Demonstrated synchrotron radiation-based near-field imaging of semiconductor structures with a lateral resolution of about 40 nm.