The performance of the advanced new materials, such as battery highly depends on its structure. Imaging techniques, such as electron microscopes and CT are effective methods to capture the structure information of different battery components at multiple length scale.
With such information, the next step is the need of using imaging analysis software to turn the image into data for researchers and engineers to quantitatively interpret the structure-performance correlation.
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Performance, cost and safety are now the main factors driving ongoing battery research, with variations in battery chemistry enhancing performance at a lower cost with increased safety. Direct observation, down to the micro-scale, can be a significant benefit in the research and development of batteries and fuel cells. By combining techniques such as X-ray tomography, transmission electron microscopy (TEM) as well as focused ion beam scanning transmission microscopy (FIB-SEM) or plasma FIB (PFIB), images of the whole assembly can be obtained and observed at a variety of scales.