White Paper: Power
Analyzing Li-ion Battery Components
The global lithium-ion battery market is expected to reach 93.1 billion USD by 2025. This is largely driven by increased usage in electric vehicles, grid storage, and portable consumer electronics where the higher energy density of the lithium-ion battery offers a clear advantage.
Increases in battery performance requires the development of new battery components as well as understanding and addressing the mechanisms that result in performance degradation with repeated charging and discharging cycles. Evaluation of batteries and battery components necessitate a variety of analytical methods that study materials and component surfaces at various scales. This compendium of application notes provides in-depth reports on analyses aimed at improving the performance of lithium-ion batteries.
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