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Materials scientists in the Environmental and Molecular Sciences Laboratory at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory are constantly searching for new ways to harvest and store energy. Oxide thin films are one of the most promising materials for these applications, but controlling their structure and properties is very challenging. These researchers are now using a combination of advanced synthesis techniques and electron microscopy to engineer oxides at the atomic level. Their results will lead to better batteries and more efficient solar cells to meet the world’s changing energy needs.

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Document Title: Colorized scanning transmission electron (STEM) micrograph of a LaSrCrO_3 oxide thin film deposited on a SrTiO_3 substrate.
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