Charge photometry: a novel light scattering technique for studying battery electrodes in operation

The variation in electrochemical behavior across different parts of a battery electrode is essential in establishing its performance and longevity. By examining changes in active particle electrochemical activity and structure, this variability can be assessed.

Charge photometry accelerates the development and screening of new battery materials. It does this by monitoring changes in state-of-charge (SoC) and morphology under real-time operating conditions, focusing on each particle within the electrode.

Join illumion's Founder and Lead Scientist, Dr. Alice Merryweather, in this webinar, where she will present an introduction to charge photometry and explore its applications in the research and development of next-generation advanced battery materials.

What will you learn?

  • Discover what limits charging performance
  • Probe the processes leading to material degradation, and
  • Determine how much electrode material is active and where performance is lost

About the event speaker:

Dr. Alice Merryweather is the Founder and Lead Scientist at illumion.

She holds a PhD from Cambridge, and is a Junior Research Fellow and Faraday Institution Researcher.

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