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In-situ Liquid TEM: Imaging Iron Corrosion

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Corrosion products formed upon exposure of iron/steel to carbon dioxide are highly susceptible to environmental changes, such as solution removal, exposure of oxygen. So, to understand the vulnerable nucleation process, it is crucial to observe this reaction from its early stages in solution in-situ. We use transmission electron microscopy (TEM) to study this reaction, using a commercially available liquid holder cell. This cell allows us to explore the various capabilities of TEM under wet reactive conditions and observe the reaction as it occurs.

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