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Surfaces, Volume 2, Issue 2 (June 2019) – 16 articles
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Synchrotron-based scanning photoelectron microscopy (SPEM) has opened unique opportunities for [...] Read more. Synchrotron-based scanning photoelectron microscopy (SPEM) has opened unique opportunities for exploiting processes occurring at surfaces and interfaces where issues of chemical and morphological complexity at microscopic length scales can be faced and understood. In particular, SPEM can be used to address hot topics in the fields of electrochemical energy storage and electrochemical fabrication. We discuss a selection of the recent results on three different systems: (i) an in-depth analysis of Ag–In electrodeposited alloys exhibiting dynamic pattern formation, (ii) the analysis of electrochemical processes at the electrodes of a self-driven solid oxide fuel cell, and (iii) an operando characterization of a single-chamber solid oxide fuel cell. The last two examples have been performed at near-ambient pressure conditions using unique specially designed setups which extend photoemission microscopes into operating conditions. View paper