Develop fast-charging and stable Lithium batteries using EQCM-D
15 Jun, 2022 | Newsletters
| The development of a solid electrolyte interface (SEI) is an important parameter that decreases the performance and lifetime of lithium battery. A solid layer builds inside the lithium battery as we start using it. The formation of this solid layer blocks the passage between the electrolyte and electrodes heavily affecting the performance of the battery.
Gain insights through time-resolved nanoscale analysis using Electrochemical Quartz Crystal Microbalance with Dissipation Monitoring
Battery technology is constantly developing and new generations of electrolyte, anode and cathode materials are being developed. EQCM-D has been used particularly for battery materials that undergo changes in viscoelastic properties.
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ATA Scientific is a proud sponsor of the 21st international meeting on lithium batteries (IMLB2022), to be hosted at the ICC, Sydney. Join us at our booth together with our partners (MalvernPanalytical and ThermoFisher Scientific) and discover how we can help you ensure the quality of your incoming battery materials, cell performance and cycle life.
EXAMPLES OF RECENT PUBLICATIONS WHERE QSENSE EQCM-D IS USED TO ANALYZE SEI
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