A webinar on the characterization of Battery Materials

A webinar on the characterization of Battery Materials

Battery materials are key to revolutionizing energy storage technologies, making it crucial to explore their characteristics at macro and nanoscale levels. Join us for an webinar as we delve into the world of battery materials analysis.

Time: 16:00 Central European Time

Date: December 6, 2023

Place: Microsoft Teams Webinar

Speakers: Jan Neuman, NenoVision and Tomáš Kazda, Brno University of Technology

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🔍Webinar Highlights:

Understanding batteries inside out: Characterizing batteries and their individual components (cathodes, electrolytes, anodes, and SEI) is indispensable for the development of advanced energy storage solutions. Explore how degradation processes transform these components during cycling and gain a profound insight into the mechanisms influencing battery lifetime and performance. We will explain and demonstrate how multiple techniques, such as SEM, EDX, and AFM, bring significant benefits for battery materials characterization.

💡During the webinar, you will learn:

  • Key challenges in the characterization of batteries and their components and how AFM-in-SEM technology resolves them.
  • Efficient sample preparation workflow of extremely air-sensitive battery samples, their cross-sectioning, and sample transfer to integrated AFM/SEM/EDX instrument.
  • Application examples of in-situ correlative microscopy analysis of various cathode materials (NCM, NCA) in pristine and cycled stages. We will demonstrate how AFM-in-SEM is used to understand the degradation process inside the cathodes.

🚀 Why Attend?

  • Gain insights into the critical challenges of battery materials characterization.
  • Learn how AFM-in-SEM technology can address these challenges effectively.
  • Discover efficient sample preparation techniques for air-sensitive battery materials.
  • Explore application examples of in-situ correlative microscopy.
  • Understand the role of AFM-in-SEM in deciphering cathode degradation processes.

The expected duration is about 45 minutes. The invitations with the link to live streaming will be sent after the registration. The webinar is entirely free.