Contact: Lynn Yarris
DOE/Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Caption: In the graphene liquid cell, opposing graphene sheets form a sealed liquid nanoscale reaction chamber that is transparent to an electron microscope beam. The cell allows nanocrystal growth, dynamics and coalescence to be captured in real time at atomic resolution via a transmission electron microscope.
Credit: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
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