Li-ion batteries have high energy density within commercial rechargeable batteries. This makes them ideal for many uses, particularly automotive. However, getting them to be a mainstay in the automotive market means they’ll need to improve battery performance. They create a unique analytical challenge because of their complex makeup. So, how can we analyze their qualities and improve them? Raman to the rescue. Raman spectroscopy can provide structural and chemical information on Li-ion battery components like anodes, cathodes and electrolytes. Helping battery technologists create longer lasting Li-ion batteries.
This webinar will help illustrate how the structural and chemical information obtained from Raman spectroscopy can be applied to the analysis of components of lithium-ion batteries including cathodes, anodes and electrolytes.