Lithium-ion battery are expected to generate an unprecedented demand for battery raw material in the upcoming decade. At the same time battery research, production, and quality control will need to keep up with the accelerated demand for electric storage capacities. Battery manufacturers must not only deliver consistently high quality, but also deliver it throughout the whole battery value chain. Analysis and testing of batteries raw materials and components requires therefore a variety of analytical methods that provide insights of quality and properties at various scales.
In these PowerUp Webinars, we present analytical techniques like chromatography, mass spectrometry and electron microscopy used for applications in battery material and structural analysis:
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Evaluation of batteries and battery components requires a variety of analytical methods that study materials and component surfaces at various scales. Common elemental analysis techniques are inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometry (ICP-OES) or structural analysis electron microscopy (SEM). But also other techniques as FTIR, Raman and NIR.
Different analytical techniques can be applied for electrolyte analysis and testing. For instance, anions of lithium salts can be determined by ion chromatography (IC) to ensure that the solutions have been prepared at the proper concentrations. Gas chromatography (GC) or gas chromatography–mass spectrometry (GC-MS) can be used to provide the qualitative and quantitative composition of organic solvents in the electrolyte and aging byproducts. The inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometry (ICP-OES) or mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) provides robust and sensitive measurement of trace element impurities.
1) Learn about analytical solutions for lithium-ion battery material and structural analysis
2) Learn how IC, GC-MS, ICP-OES, and SEM support battery value chain from raw materials to recycling
3) Learn about different applications and performance demonstrated with selected analysis examples
Who should attend:
- Battery material analysis laboratory managers and analysts
- Battery cell manufacturers and their QA/QC personnel
- Scientists working in battery research and development
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