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Identifying Li-Ion Electrolyte Solvents With FTIR

Li-Ion Electrolyte Solvents with FTIR
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Choosing the right electrolyte can make a big difference to the performance of lithium-ion batteries (LIBs). In fact, material choice can influence battery performance, cost and capacity as well as the quality and safety of the final product.

Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR) can be used to measure IR radiation absorption for the rapid, non-destructive analysis of LIB raw materials.

This application note demonstrates how FTIR can be used to assess LIB-electrolyte solvents and create spectral libraries to enhance the development of your LIB technology.

Download this application note to discover: 

  • The suitability of FTIR for LIB development  
  • The power of FTIR for unknown material identification 
  • How to generate LIB solvent libraries using FTIR

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