In situ electrochemical digital holographic microscopy; a study of metal electrodeposition in deep eutectic solvents.

@article{Abbott2013InSE,
  title={In situ electrochemical digital holographic microscopy; a study of metal electrodeposition in deep eutectic solvents.},
  author={Andrew P Abbott and Muhammad Azam and Karl S Ryder and Saima Saleem},
  journal={Analytical chemistry},
  year={2013},
  volume={85 14},
  pages={6653-60}
}
This study has shown for the first time that digital holographic microscopy (DHM) can be used as a new analytical tool in analysis of kinetic mechanism and growth during electrolytic deposition processes. Unlike many alternative established electrochemical microscopy methods such as probe microscopy, DHM is both the noninvasive and noncontact, the unique holographic imaging allows the observations and measurement to be made remotely. DHM also provides interferometric resolution (nanometer… CONTINUE READING