In Situ Formation of Suspended Graphene Windows for LabBased XPS in Liquid and Gas Environments

The European Society Journal for Catalysis by Chemistry Europe has published an article by Jones et Al about their graphene transfer method which reliably produces a ~95% coverage of suspended graphene across a perforated silicon nitride membrane. Their experiments show “future promise for XPS under higher-pressure gas environments in conventional lab-based systems”.

Silson’s perforated silicon nitride membranes of size 0.5 x 0.5 mm and thickness 200 nm were used for the experiments. The membranes have an area of 200×200 μm covered with an array of 1 μm holes on a 2μm pitch in a hexagonal array.

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