Identifying the right analytical tool can make or break improving battery and energy storage products. Whether you’re interested in identifying trace elements, profiling chemical changes during battery cycles or controlling the quality of cathode sheets this guide can help you identify which analytical technique(s) are right for your energy storage challenge.
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|Technique||1 example of analysis uses for energy storage|
|Electron Microscopy||Structural characterization of electrodes|
|FTIR||Spectral fingerprinting to quickly identify unknown|
|Raman Microscopy||Visualize chemical compositional distribution on component surfaces|
|XPS||Elemental and chemical state information about top layers of material|
|XRF||Analyzes bulk solids, granules, powders, thin films and liquids|
|XRD||Real-time determination of polymorphic structures|
|Rheology||Study the complex viscoelastic properties of battery slurries|
|Twin-screw Extrusion||Produce graphene and lithium cobalt oxide (LiCoO2) slurries|
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