e-SPRESSO WEBINAR-Charging Ahead: Fast, Accurate Structural Characterization of Battery Components

e-SPRESSO WEBINAR-Charging Ahead: Fast, Accurate Structural Characterization of Battery Components

Professionals in the battery industry are working towards safer, more efficient battery technologies, to fuel current and future energy needs. Structural parameters such as surface area, pore size, pore volume, porosity, and density are critical properties for battery components such as anode and cathode materials, as well as porous carbons used for supercapacitor applications. Because of the rapid pace of research in this field, instrumentation that can provide the necessary measurement velocity is required.

The new Anton Paar Nova 600/800 series brings state-of-the-art physisorption technology, according to the NOVA design principles, to these demanding applications. 

The Nova series combines:

Next-generation hardware and accompanying software features
Operational simplicity across the entire analysis workflow: preparation and measurement
Velocity, so you can have both speed of analysis and precision
Adaptability, so you can keep pace with your analytical needs – today and tomorrow

In addition to the advantages the Nova technology brings to physisorption characterization of battery materials, the Anton Paar Ultrapyc series provides quick, accurate, and repeatable measurements for solid density characterization, which can be used to attain the desired purity and crystallinity of battery materials.

Webinar content:

  • Introduction to physisorption, including choice of adsorptive
  • Discussion of the recommended data reduction methods for surface area and pore size characterization
  • Measurement, data analysis, and reporting for anode and cathode materials
  • Pore size merging for micro-mesoporous carbons
  • Density measurements for determination of material purity
Dr. Katie Cychosz Struckhoff (English)
Katie Cychosz Struckhoff

Dr. Struckhoff, Anton Paar QuantaTec’s head of applications, has more than 10 years of experience in powder and porous materials characterization. Dr. Struckhoff graduated from the University of Michigan with a PhD in materials chemistry. She is the author on 30 scientific publications in the porous materials field, has presented at major conferences around the world, and advises researchers daily in experimental design and data interpretation.


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