High-Throughput Structure/Function Screening of Materials and Catalysts with Multiple Spectroscopic Techniques - Deleted

Authors: Moniek Tromp (Southampton University) , Russu (Southampton University) , Andrew Dent (Diamond Light Source Ltd) , Fred Mosselmans (Diamond Light Source) , Harvey (Daresbury Laboratory) , Shusaku Hayama (Diamond Light Source) , Russell (Southampton University) , Guerin (Southampton University) , Hayden (Southampton University) , Suchsland (Southampton University) , Meacham (IT Innovation Centre, Southampton) , Surridge (IT Innovation Centre, Southampton) , Frey (Southampton University) , Nikolaos Tsapatsaris (University of Manchester) , Beesley (University of Manchester) , Sven Schroeder (The University of Manchester) , Mark A Newton (ESRF) , Steven G Fiddy (Daresbury Laboratory) , Safovova (ESRF) , Glatzel (ESRF)
Co-authored by industrial partner: No

Type: Conference Paper
Conference: International Conference on New Quantum Phenomena in Skutterudite and Related Systems (Skutterudite 2007)
Peer Reviewed: No

State: Published (Approved)
Published: September 2007

Abstract: High throughput screening methodologies are expanded to synchrotron based x-ray absorption techniques. An environmental chamber, based on ultra-high vacuum equipment, has been developed allowing in situ studies on arrays of samples while X-ray absorption fine structure spectroscopy, Raman spectroscopy, mass spectrometry and/or X-ray diffraction can be applied simultaneously to characterize the system under process conditions in a time-resolved manner. The chamber accommodates a diverse range of samples from surface science to materials chemistry to heterogeneous catalysis. Data acquisition and data logging software is developed to handle large quantities of divers but related information. New data logging, processing and analysis procedures and programs are developed which will allow fast structure-function relationships characterization

Subject Areas: Physics, Materials

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