For electrochemists doing research with scanning probe techniques, COMSOL modeling plays a significant role in instructing experiment design, estimating imaging results affected by pipette geometric, and validating electrochemical phenomena observed. Recently, Baker group has purchased a new server for more efficient COMSOL simulation. The Dell PowerEdge server is specified with 24-core AMD EYPC processor, and […]
A consortium from Indiana University, Texas A&M, Temple and the University of Texas have recently been awarded a grant to establish the NSF Center for Chemical Imaging – the Center for Single-Entity Nanochemistry and Nanocrystal Design. The goal of this center is to address one of the biggest challenges in nanocrystal chemistry – the inherent […]
The Baker group studied single-entity electrochemistry in the collaboration with Ye group (Indiana University Bloomington) to study and characterize electrocatalytic activity of single nanocrystals by utilizing scanning electrochemical cell microscopy (SECCM) and correlative microscopy. The methodology framework for SEE suggested here could inform future studies of complex electrocatalytic processes through correlative single-entity and macroscale measurement […]
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