Join us on 9 November to learn about battery material changes and how to accelerate battery development using cutting-edge in-operando isothermal microcalorimetry
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From cutting-edge cars to appliances in the home and ones you wear on your wrist, battery technology is evolving rapidly, racing to keep up with consumer and industry demands. Understanding battery chemistry is essential in battery research that could hold the key to enhancing both technological efficiency and how we live our lives.
Understanding the fine details of battery performance is crucial. For example, structural evaluation of the electrode during lithation and delithation is fundamental to battery function. New technology like the Battery Cycler Microcalorimeter Solution offers structural evaluation from in-operando real-time electrochemical and thermal signals to empower new discoveries. This webinar will cover these exciting new developments. We’ll also pose your questions to the speakers, who will offer their expert insights on everything from general thoughts on where batteries are headed to the fine details you’re exploring in your career.
During this one-hour webinar, the speakers will also present a case study, showing how to identify phase changes of silicon anode and quantify parasitic reactions to gain insight for cycling dependence in Li-Si structure and energy efficiency of Si. Join us to learn how to gain novel insights into battery materials and cell behaviour through isothermal microcalorimetry.
By the end of the webinar you will have learned to:
• Evaluate new battery chemistries with in-operando microcalorimetry
• Understand battery materials’ structural and chemical changes
• Obtain thermodynamic parameters and parasitic heat measurements
Our guest speakers
Larry Krause, founding researcher, Cyclikal
Vincent Chevrier, founding researcher, Cyclikal
About our sponsor
TA Instruments is a division of Waters Corporation, the world leader in manufacturing industry-leading systems for thermal analysis, rheology, microcalorimetry and mechanical analysis. We offer innovative and reliable instruments that help scientists in top laboratories test the physical properties of their materials. Our instruments contribute to leading discoveries in materials science, medicine, electronics and other areas of science devoted to improving our world.