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The 15th Anniversary of Materials—Recent Advances in Nanoscience and the Related Technological Applications

A special issue of Materials (ISSN 1996-1944). This special issue belongs to the section "Advanced Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (20 February 2024) | Viewed by 1942

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This Special Issue is dedicated to frontier results in both nanoscience research developments and innovative nanotechnologies.

The targeted applicative areas are as follows:

  • Biology,
  • Optoelectronics,
  • Energy,
  • Materials and characterizations,
  • Low-dimensional nanostructures and devices.

Prof. Dr. Stefano Bellucci
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A Combined Raman Spectroscopy and Atomic Force Microscopy System for In Situ and Real-Time Measures in Electrochemical Cells
by Gianlorenzo Bussetti, Marco Menegazzo, Sergei Mitko, Chiara Castiglioni, Matteo Tommasini, Andrea Lucotti, Luca Magagnin, Valeria Russo, Andrea Li Bassi, Martina Siena, Alberto Guadagnini, Samuele Grillo, Davide Del Curto and Lamberto Duò
Materials 2023, 16(6), 2239; https://doi.org/10.3390/ma16062239 - 10 Mar 2023
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An innovative and versatile set-up for in situ and real time measures in an electrochemical cell is described. An original coupling between micro-Raman spectroscopy and atomic force microscopy enables one to collect data on opaque electrodes. This system allows for the correlation of [...] Read more.
An innovative and versatile set-up for in situ and real time measures in an electrochemical cell is described. An original coupling between micro-Raman spectroscopy and atomic force microscopy enables one to collect data on opaque electrodes. This system allows for the correlation of topographic images with chemical maps during the charge exchange occurring in oxidation/reduction processes. The proposed set-up plays a crucial role when reactions, both reversible and non-reversible, are studied step by step during electrochemical reactions and/or when local chemical analysis is required. Full article
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