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CPP 37.8: Vortrag
Dienstag, 17. März 2020, 11:45–12:00, ZEU 260
Revealing Lithium Transport Processes in Lithium-Ion Battery Anodes Using Neutron Depth Profiling — •Markus Trunk1,2, Fabian Linsenmann3, Philip Rapp3, Jamie Weaver4, Lukas Werner1, Roman Gernhäuser1, Ralph Gilles2, Bastian Märkisch1, Zsolt Revay2, and Hubert Gasteiger3 — 1TUM, Physik-Department, Garching — 2TUM, Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Zentrum, Garching — 3TUM, Lehrstuhl für Technische Elektrochemie, Chemie Department, Garching — 4Material Measurement Laboratory, NIST, Gaithersburg, Maryland
Neutron Depth Profiling (NDP) is a non-destructive, isotope-specific, high-resolution nuclear analytical technique, which is often used to probe lithium or boron concentration profiles in different thin substrates. NDP provides depth sensitivities up to a few ten nanometers and the maximum viewing depth is limited to tens of micrometers. The non-destructive nature of the measurement is of special interest for lithium-ion batteries, where the lithium transport processes can be studied during operation. However, due to the limited viewing depth a special battery cell design is required, which is transparent for the charged particles while ensuring an undisturbed battery performance even at low ambient pressures. We present NDP measurements on lithium-ion batteries performed using a newly developed cell design and discuss insights into the lithium transport processes occurring in the anode material during battery operation.