Discover our optimized solutions for battery research at MC 2023 in Darmstadt
From our mobile devices and home energy storage units to vehicles and other transportation applications, batteries—and their capacity to store energy—are critical for a sustainable future. New and improved battery technology is paramount to decreasing our impact on the planet because electric vehicles and sustainable energy sources all require energy storage. While the strategy toward utilization of batteries is set, the ongoing challenge remains to develop batteries that are safer, longer lasting, and more cost-effective.
Visit us and discuss with us how our solutions are critical for addressing different lithium-ion battery development and production challenges
- Battery lifespan
- Battery charging processes
- Battery capacity/mass ratio
- Battery production quality control processes
- The search for new, lower-cost materials and effective battery structuring methods
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Electrode particles’ degradation after the cycling process (from the left): anode graphite particle (electrode surface characterization), NMC cathode particles (imaged at the cross section).
TOF-SIMS analysis of cathode particles for the battery's fully charged state (analysis in the cross section), where trapped lithium within the particles represents lost active material that is no longer contributing to battery charging.
Correlation of Raman spectroscopy data with SEM images of NMC cathode after the cycling process (analysis in the cross section) shows a change in the phase of the particles after cycling and the presence of a particle not fully contributing to the cycling process.
Learn more about our optimized TESCAN FIB-SEM solution for lithium-ion battery characterization
Make advancements in your battery research by leveraging a unique combination of high-current FIB, field-free UHR SEM, and integrated TOF-SIMS.