By using X-ray diffraction (XRD) it is possible to identify and quantify different crystallographic phases. By using a specific setup, it is also possible to perform in situ and in operando XRD measurements of complete battery cells, analyzed during charge-discharge cycles. This can be done either in reflection or in transmission geometry, depending on the features of the battery under investigation. A good link between the XRD data collection and the potentiostat running the charge-discharge cycles can help the user in the subsequent data analysis.This, and other experimental aspects will be covered in this session by our experts, answering your specific questions.
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Who should attend?
- Students, researchers or professors conducting research or interested in characterizing Li-ion battery materials using the XRD technique.
What will you learn?
- Learn how to analyze the atomic phase changes and how to improve data collection and analysis
- Learn best practice considerations for optimal experimental design