Scanning tunneling and atomic force microscopy in investigation of charge transfer reactions on nanostructured interfaces.
Charge transfer and catalytic reactions on supported metal nanoclusters.
Specific properties of nanostructured surfaces - the stability and the nanotopography are investigated both using standard electrochemical techniques and by scanning probe microscopy in situ: scanning tunneling microscopy (EC STM) and atomic force microscopy (EC AFM). For investigation the reaction kinetics confined on single nanocluster the nanoprobe employing scanning electrochemical microscopy (SECM) technique is utilized.
Nanostructured surfaces based on TiO2.
The topography, photochemical properties correlated to doping level and sensibilization investigated using scanning probe microscopy (EC STM, EC AFM, SECM) and spectroscopic techniques (high resolution tunneling barrier and voltage spectroscopy) in situ.
Ing. JANDA Pavel, CSc.
Department: Department of Electrochemical Materials
Phone: (+420) 26605 3966, 2012
Fax: (+420) 266053910
Room: 502, 05