Improving Li-ion battery performance through materials characterisation

This webinar will show how material characterisation is key to balancing the essential battery qualities of energy density, power density, cost, safety and lifetime. 

The speakers will present recent research results of advanced materials characterisation techniques that address all battery components, enabling design improvements to battery materials for higher performance.

They will show how benchtop NMR systems can be used to study liquid electrolytes and determine diffusion coefficients as well as to measure potentially hazardous reaction breakdown products.

By the end of the webinar, you will have learnt how:

  • EDS and EBSD can be used for complete structural and compositional characterisation of solid-state battery materials such as anode and cathode materials and solid electrolytes
  • NMR addresses research and quality control questions on liquid electrolytes
  • Operando studies in the AFM can elucidate fundamental processes in Li-ion batteries
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Our Speakers

Kim Larsen - Oxford Instruments
Senior Product Scientist
Kim Larsen joined HKL Technology A/S in January 2004. The company was acquired by Oxford Instruments in the following year. Throug...
Dr James Sagar - Oxford Instruments
Strategic Product & Applications Manager

James Sagar has been a Strategic Product and Applications Manager in benchtop NMR at Oxford Instruments since January 2019. He ...