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Posts Tagged ‘batteries’

XRD in Battery Development

XRD in Battery Development

An overview of how X-Ray Diffraction is used in battery development and energy storage materials analysis.

SEM in Battery Development

Analysing Graphite with SEM in Lithium Ion Battery Development

How desktop SEM can used in-house in lithium ion battery development to analyse graphite and battery materials.

Analyse Contaminants in Battery Materials with SEM-EDS

Analyse Contaminants in Battery Materials with Combined SEM / EDS

Combined SEM-EDS can be used to locate and identify contamination quickly and easily. The Thermo Scientific Axia ChemiSEM fully integrates the two techniques.

Lithium Battery Research with SIMS

Lithium Battery Research with SIMS at Tohoku University

How researchers at Tohoku University used SIMS (Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry) in lithium battery research, to measure the lithium diffusion coefficient.

Battery Characterisation with AFM

Battery Research with AFM

An overview of how Atomic Force Microscopy can be used in battery research.

Battery Research Systems to Develop Electric Vehicles

UK Energy Storage Research Projects Announced by the Faraday Institution

UK energy storage research will focus on four projects, announced by the Faraday Institution.

Microscopy techniques for battery research

Microscopy Techniques for Batteries & Energy Storage Research

Round-up of tools for your new or existing electron microscope, for studying materials and cell chemistry in energy storage research. All of these can be added to your TEM or SEM using systems from Gatan.

UK government funding for energy research & battery development

UK Government Funding for Energy Research: Faraday Challenge

The UK government is investing £246 million to boost UK expertise in battery technology, with the launch of the Faraday Challenge. Instruments for Energy Research  Contact us on +44 (0)1223 422 269 or info@blue-scientific.com    Follow @blue_scientific Government Funding for Energy Research As part of the wider Industrial Strategy, £246 million will be invested in […]