Surface Analysis Techniques from Ultrahigh Vacuum to Near Ambient Pressure
Multiple Functional UHV interconnected System
◆ The preparation, in situ characterization, and test of performance of model catalysts can be performed in one interconnected system.
◆ The basic process controlling surface catalysts can be explored in detail.
“Nano Energy and Catalysis Material” project in vacuum interconnected nanotech workstation (Nano-X)
◆ To investigate growth mechanism, morphology and chemical valence states of study objects.
◆ To observe in-situ dynamic process in reactions at well-controlled atmospheres and temperatures.
◆ To bridge "pressure gap" and satisfy scientific demands in catalysis and electrochemistry.