Using IR Spot to Improve Battery Research and CO2 Reduction

A variety of methods, including XRD, AFM, XRM, and others, are available to explore the functionality of energy storage materials. Specifically, FT-IR allows for the real-time, in-situ observation of (electro)chemical activities, for example, within a laboratory-scale battery model system.

Integrating FT-IR spectroscopy with electrochemical techniques provides insight into the material activity and reaction process on a molecular level, as well as the electrochemical response of the system.

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