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Solid-state electrochemistry on the nanometer and atomic scales: the scanning probe microscopy approach

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Evgheni Strelcov, Sang Mo Yang, Stephen Jesse, Nina Balke, Rama Vasudevan, Sergei Kalinin

Abstract

Energy technologies of the XXI century require understanding and precise control over ion transport and electrochemistry at all length scales – from single atoms to macroscopic devices. This short review provides a summary of recent works dedicated to methods of advanced scanning probe microscopy for probing electrochemical transformations in solids at the meso-, nano- and atomic scales. Discussion presents advantages and limitations of several techniques and a wealth of examples highlighting peculiarities of nanoscale electrochemistry.
Citation
Nanoscale
Volume
8
Issue
29

Citation

Strelcov, E. , , S. , Jesse, S. , Balke, N. , Vasudevan, R. and Kalinin, S. (2016), Solid-state electrochemistry on the nanometer and atomic scales: the scanning probe microscopy approach, Nanoscale, [online], https://doi.org/10.1039/C6NR01524G (Accessed June 15, 2024)

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Created April 21, 2016, Updated November 10, 2018