Our scientists’ new work on finding a solution to the parallax problem in X-ray scattering/diffraction experiments has been published in a new paper, “DLSR: a solution to the parallax artefact in X‐ray diffraction computed tomography data,” published in the Journal of Applied Crystallography. The work was performed in collaboration with the creator of the TOPAS software […]
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In our latest work, we look with at the chemical and crystallographic heterogeneities present in a Ni/NiO-YSZ solid oxide fuel cell electrode after re-oxidation. The research was carried out in collaboration with Dr Thomas Heenan from the Electrochemical Innovation Lab (EIL) at UCL Chemical Engineering, UCL Chemistry and ESRF. The solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) anode […]
Our latest work on the characterisation of NMC electodes used in Li-ion batteries at the PCCP has been published in a new paper, “Exploring cycling induced crystallographic change in NMC with X-ray diffraction computed tomography” in the journal Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. The research was carried out in collaboration with the Electrochemical Innovation Lab (EIL) […]
The results of our MEMERE project show novel membranes and catalysts reduce greenhouse gas emissions in chemical industry The production of ethylene (C2H4) is one of the largest carbon dioxide (CO2) emitting industries in Europe. We have worked with EU-funded researchers to develop a cost-efficient, environmentally friendly process that produces higher yields than current technologies […]
Synchrotron X-ray diffraction computed tomography (XRD-CT) is a marriage between powder diffraction and computed tomography using a “pencil” beam approach. The spatially-resolved signals obtained with XRD-CT can reveal information that would otherwise be lost in bulk measurements, which opens up new possibilities in functional material characterization. In this webinar, our research scientist Dr. Antony Vamvakeros […]
We have been interviewed by the Interreg Baltic Sea Region project CAROTS as one of their intermediary service providers. CAROTS is all about establishing a new type of private or public-private company: Commercial Analytical Research Organisations (CAROs). CAROs act as intermediary service providers between scientists as well as research facilities and industry. They bridge the world […]
You can see our latest work on X-ray tomographic diffraction imaging of operating dense ceramic hollow-fibre catalytic membrane reactors (CMRs) – “Real-time tomographic diffraction imaging of catalytic membrane reactors for the oxidative coupling of methane” in Catalysis Today. The paper is a result of a collaboration between scientists at UCL Chemistry, Finden, ESRF, VITO and ISIS Neutron […]
Our Chief Scientific Officer Prof. Andrew Beale gave a webinar for the UK Catalysis Hub discussing opportunities for studying catalytic materials with intense radiation sources; what, where, when and how. It was in 1836 that Jöns Jacob Berzelius provided the first, basic description of a catalyst and its properties. Both the breadth and depth of […]
Our latest work using multi-length scale chemical tomography to study fixed bed reactors during the oxidative coupling of methane reaction has just been published at the Journal of Catalysis. “Real-time multi-length scale chemical tomography of fixed bed reactors during the oxidative coupling of methane reaction” is a result of a collaboration between scientists at UCL, […]
Our scientists’ new work on the evolving solid-state chemistry in secondary LiMn2O4 (LMO) particles during lithiation and its impact on the performance of the electrode has been published in a new paper, “Spatial quantification of dynamic inter and intra particle crystallographic heterogeneities within lithium ion electrodes” in Nature Communications. The work was performed with Donal Finegan […]