Small angle neutron scattering and its application in battery systems
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Elsevier B. V.
Small angle neutron scattering is a powerful, non-destructive technique that can provide both structural and compositional information. Recently, it has been applied to the field of battery research and has helped elucidate some of the phenomena that are traditionally difficult to probe, including lithiation mechanisms, solid electrolyte interface formation/composition, and electrode microstructure. Specific components of interest can be selectively probed through the application of targeted experiments, contrast variation, and specific composition/structural models gained from complementary data from other analytical techniques. © 2022 Elsevier B.V.
Electric batteries, Scattering, Small angle scattering, Microstructure, Graphite, Lithium ion batteries
Teusner, M., Mata, J., & Sharma, N. (2022). Small angle neutron scattering and its application in battery systems. Current Opinion in Electrochemistry, 34, 100990. doi:10.1016/j.coelec.2022.100990