Researchers employed synchrotron-based X-ray absorption spectroscopy (XAS) at CHESS to investigate the synergistic interaction of bimetallic Co1.5Mn1.5O4/C catalyst

Wood-based ionic conductors are flexible, lightweight, biocompatible and based on sustainable materials that can enable large-scale manufacture and suitable for low-grade thermal energy harvesting.
Characteristics makes XTM optics attractive as potential X-ray optics for high-pass harmonic selectors and tunable wide bandpass monochromators. With further instrumentation development, they can be potentially applied to high heat load filtering applications at synchrotrons.
This work forms the starting point to understanding the mechanisms of charge transport in ternary spinel systems.
Using CVD diamonds in X-ray monochromators enables affordable compact systems operable in a laboratory with conventional X-ray sources, under extreme conditions as high radiation heat load optics at synchrotrons, or, possibly, as compact remote X-ray instrumentation for planetary missions.
Developing materials that exhibit superconductivity at room temperature for wide spread commercial use would allow a significant reduction in energy consumption throughout the power grid.
By understanding how an essential enzyme is inactivated in an organism-specific manner, the researchers hope to contribute to the development of new anti-pathogenetic therapies.

Serial crystallography is a method for obtaining structural information on an atomic level of a protein, without the need for large protein crystals.

Li metal has long been considered the ideal anode material for Li rechargeable batteries. In this study, researchers employed synchrotron-based X-ray imaging methods at CHESS to image the evolution

Some of the highest-temperature superconductors and other strongly correlated quantum materials exhibit an anisotropic electronic phase, called nematic phase, where electrons spontaneously break th

3-D X-ray absorption and diffraction-based characterization techniques are powerful tools to quantify the micromechanical response of Alternate Cementitious Materials (ACMs).

Measuring very large data sets of X-ray diffuse scattering allowed researchers to identify how different forms of local order in ferroelectrics correlate with their properties.

Shape memory alloys see use in numerous aerospace and biomedical applications, but their wider use is limited by functional fatigue.