Tag: spectroscopy

Using impedance spectroscopy to probe conductivity properties in electrode materials

To kick off the working group on “Electronic and Ionic Conduction of Electrode Materials” at the Danish Battery Symposium 2016, Daniel Sørensen held a short presentation about the use of impedance spectroscopy to obtain values related to conductivity properties in electrode materials. Steen and Eivind mentioned that the impedance measured was very dependent on the …

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New Spectroscopic Technique developed at Berkeley Lab’s Advanced Light Source

Over the past several years, scientists have developed several ways to study the changes in a working electrode. These include techniques based on hard X-rays, electron microscopy, neutron scattering, and nuclear magnetic resonance imaging. But most of these methods track structural changes. They don’t track electron and ion dynamics directly, which is very important in …

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