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Nanoscale Electrodeposition

 Rob Snyder
  24th-Nov-2017
Description: Electrodeposition is a process that assembles solid materials from molecules, ions or complexes in a solution
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Domain: Energy
Category: Battery & Fuel Cell
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Nanoscale Electrodeposition
Rob Snyder
STEM Education Institute

Electrodeposition is a process that assembles solid
materials from molecules, ions or complexes in a solution.

These are images of goal nanostructures
produced by controlling the electrodeposition
process.
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