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Li-ion battery analysis

Analysing Li-ion Battery Electrode Materials with XPS

An example of how XPS surface analysis can be used in battery development, to analyse li-ion battery electrode materials for a better understanding of the SEI layer.

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.

Geology in Renewable Energy Conference

Geology for Renewable and Sustainable Energy – Virtual Conference 26/11/20

Join us for a 3 hour virtual conference on Thursday 26th November 2020 at 10:30am GMT / 11:30 CET about scientific techniques for geology in the growing field of green, renewable energy. Missed the event or want to watch it again? A recording is available to watch on-demand – fill in our quick online form […]

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.

Smart Energy Research

Webinar: AFM in Smart Energy Generation Research 17/10/17

Join Bruker for a webinar about how the latest developments in AFM can accelerate research into energy generation and storage.

Electric car batteries

Analysing Li-ion Batteries with Raman Spectroscopy

Identify battery materials, produce maps and correlate composition and structure with device performance with Raman and AFM-Raman.

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 […]