What is it about?
Using the sum-frequency generation (SFG) microscopy combined with compressive sensing (CS) technique to study surface chemistry. Especially in studying metal corrosion problems and electrochemistry systems.
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Why is it important?
CS-SFG microscopy can image the surface with molecular information, including the distribution of the molecules, the orientation of the molecules, and the chemical reaction dynamics information.
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This page is a summary of: Spectroscopic imaging of surfaces—Sum frequency generation microscopy (SFGM) combined with compressive sensing (CS) technique, The Journal of Chemical Physics, November 2020, American Institute of Physics, DOI: 10.1063/5.0022691.
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