Fecha registrada: September 16 2010

Duration: 24 minutes 39 seconds

This recorded webinar explores why laser diffraction is useful for particle size and size distribution measurements during the the manufacture of today's state-of-the-art batteries.
Table of contents
1. Laser Diffraction for Battery Manufacturing
00:57
2. Laser Diffraction for Battery Manufacturing Presented by Joe Wolfgang, Diffraction Product Manager, North America
01:40
3. Laser Diffraction Reasons for success…..
01:14
4. Mastersizer 2000 Advanced measurements made simple…
01:06
5. What does Laser Diffraction measure?
00:37
6. Huygen Diffraction from a single droplet
00:24
7. What does Laser Diffraction Measure? Changes in light scattering as a function of particle/droplet size
01:27
8. Scattering data analysis… Mie Theory
01:30
9. A basic laser diffraction system…
00:47
10. Mastersizer 2000 Optical Design Red Light Scattering
00:41
11. A typical laser diffraction data set… Coarse Particles
00:30
12. A typical laser diffraction data set … Sub-Micron Particles
00:13
13. Scattering data analysis…
00:50
14. What is particle size?
01:20
15. Ceramics: Agglomerate detection…
00:52
16. Latex standard measurements…
00:35
17. You are not just buying a Malvern product….you are investing in Malvern
00:34
18. Modern Battery Construction
00:42
19. What is so important about Lithium?
00:21
20. Charging & Discharging
00:39
21. A Li-ion battery is an electromechanical device which converts stored chemical energy directly into electricity
00:27
22. The energy path
00:50
23. The internal structure of the electrode plays an important part in the performance of the battery
01:32
24. Some electrode properties of interest include
00:52
25. The internal structure of the electrode plays an important role in the performance of the battery
00:43
26. Real Powder particles
00:18
27. Thanks to
01:01
28. Contact Information
01:57