Breakthrough In Infrared Nanospectroscopy of Liquids and Electrochemically Active Solid-Liquid Interfaces

A recent publication in Nano Letters outlines the details of the first ever demonstration of infrared nanospectroscopy of both (i) liquids and (ii) electrochemically active solid-liquid interfaces.  This advancement paves the way for a host of previously unattainable basic science investigations with broad-reaching relevancy to a diversity of fields from energy science, to electrochemistry, to biology.  The work was featured in the press as both an ALS "Science Highlight" and a Lab-wide LBL "Science Snapshot".