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Progress in Soft X-ray Microscopy Characterization of PEM Fuel Cell Catalyst Layers

  • A. P. Hitchcock (a1), J. Wu (a1), V. Lee (a1), N. Appathurai (a1), T. Tyliszczak (a2), H.-W. Shiu (a2), D.A. Shapiro (a2), V. Berejnov (a3), D. Susac (a3) and J. Stumper (a3)...
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[1] Hitchcock, A.P. Soft X-ray Imaging and Spectromicroscopy in Handbook on Nanoscopy (eds. G. Van Tendeloo, D. Van Dyck & S. J. Pennycook (2012, (Wiley.
[2] Susac, D., et al, ECS Transactions 41 (2011). p. 629.
[3] Susac, D., Berejnov, V., Hitchcock, A.P. & Stumper, J. ECS Transactions 50 (2012). p. 405.
[4] de, L. G., Melo, A., et al, Microscopy & Microanalysis 21 S–3 (2015). p. 2443. J. Power Sources (2016) inpress.
[5] Shapiro, D.A., et al, Nature Photonics 8 (2014). p. 765.
[6] Yu, Y.S., et al, Nano Letters 15 (2015). p. 4282.
[7] Hitchcock, A.P. J. Electron Spectrosc. Rel. Phen 200 (2015). p. 49.
[8] Schmid, G., et al, Book chapter in Characterization Tools for Nanoscience & Nanotechnology 5 (2015) Springer, Berlin, 2015.
[7] Hitchcock, A.P., et al, J. Power Sources 266 (2014). p. 66.
[8] Lee, V., et al, J. Power Sources 263 (2014). p. 163.
[9] STXM is performed on BL 10ID1 at the Canadian Light Source (CLS). CLS is supported by NSERC,CIHR, NRC and U. Saskatchewan. STXM is also performed on BL 5.3.2.2 at the Advanced Light Source (ALS). Ptychography is performed on BL 5.3.2.1 and 11.0.2 at the ALS. ALS is supported by Office of Basic Energy Science, Department of Energy. Ptychography processing performed using SHARP, a program of the Center for Applied Mathematics for Energy Research Applications, LBNL. Research supported by AFCC, NSERC, Canada Research Chairs, and the Catalyst Research for Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells (CaRPE-FC) network.

Progress in Soft X-ray Microscopy Characterization of PEM Fuel Cell Catalyst Layers

  • A. P. Hitchcock (a1), J. Wu (a1), V. Lee (a1), N. Appathurai (a1), T. Tyliszczak (a2), H.-W. Shiu (a2), D.A. Shapiro (a2), V. Berejnov (a3), D. Susac (a3) and J. Stumper (a3)...

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