SC010038_OFC_PUBLICITY_Chemical science

26 Feb: Awarded outside front cover, an art work representing the radical-induced redox chemistry inside the LCTEM

Liquid-Cell Transmission Electron Microscopy (LCTEM) is a method for studying the nucleation and growth of nanostructures either from solutions or during the electrodeposition, at the nanoscale and in real time. In the joint study between the researchers at the Department for Nanostructured Materials at Jožef Stefan Institute and National Institute of Chemistry we have shown that the radical-induced redox chemistry can be used to investigate various redox-driven dynamics for a wide range of functional nanomaterials, in situ, and under dynamic conditions by applying LCTEM. We successfully modelled radical-induced redox chemistry processes in LCTEM, including the complex kinetics of the radiolysis species and their influence on the redox chemistry of the materials under investigation. The results of this study were published in a highly ranked journal Chemical Science (IF = 9,5).

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14 Jan: Dr. Kristina Žagar Soderžnik appeared in the science-educational-documentary movie, Fire of Science (Ogenj znanosti)

Dr. Kristina Žagar Soderžnik, from the Department of Nanostructured Materials, appeared in the science-educational-documentary movie, Fire of Science (Ogenj znanosti). In the movie, in addition to prof. dr. Jadran Lenarčič, Director of the JSI and prof. dr. Igor Muševič, Head of the Department of Solid State Physics, answers questions about why society needs science, what is its significance and whether science is a privilege. The science-education movie was made as part of the 70th anniversary of the Jozef Stefan Institute. https://4d.rtvslo.si/arhiv/dokumentarni-filmi-in-oddaje-izobrazevalni-program/174661968