Зафиксированная дата: November 05 2019

Duration: 45 minutes 16 seconds

Batteries are used in an increasing range of applications, from portable electronics to electric vehicles. This increasing range of applications requires high performance battery materials that provide long lasting, light weight, fast charging and stable power sources. Particle size is a critical factor in battery performance.

Creating a battery material with optimum power production and energy storage will require control of the particle size distribution of the electrode materials.

Laser diffraction is a widely used technique for measuring particles size distributions for materials across a wide range of industries. In this webinar we will introduce the technique of laser diffraction and show how the Mastersizer 3000 can be used to characterize battery materials.


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Table of contents
1. Focus on Battery Research – the importance of particle size analysis
02:31
2. Overview
00:28
3. Lithium ion batteries
01:54
4. Li ion batteries
01:45
5. Particle size distribution
02:09
6. Precursor particle evolution
01:11
7. Particle size
01:50
8. Particle size distribution
02:02
9. Particle size distribution
01:08
10. How does laser diffraction work?
01:04
11. The diffraction pattern
01:09
12. The Mastersizer 3000
00:07
13. How do we measure the diffraction pattern?
01:01
14. How do we measure the diffraction pattern?
00:53
15. The Mastersizer 3000
01:01
16. Laser diffraction results
00:40
17. Laser diffraction results
01:10
18. Laser diffraction summary
02:54
19. Measuring battery materials on the Mastersizer 3000
00:10
20. Lithium cobalt oxide
01:34
21. Lithium iron phosphate
01:13
22. Graphite
00:54
23. Overview
00:23
24. Questions and Thank You!
16:05