Today’s growing economy requires innovative, new solutions that provide both better battery performance and cleaner energy solutions. With Protochips’ machine-vision powered suite of in-situ TEM tools you can utilize the electron microscope as a real-time laboratory to image and measure the underlying mechanisms that control the performance and behavior of energy materials on the nanoscale.
Visualize the nanoscale processes that control solid-state battery material performance. Observe ion transfer reactions, growth kinetics, capacity degradation mechanisms and more without compromising resolutionClick here to learn more about our in situ Fusion AX system
Observe charge-discharge reactions in real time, test how different electrolytes suppress dendrite formation and study the nanoscale mechanisms that control capacity fading. These are just some of the in-situ TEM studies projects made possible with liquid-EM.Click here to learn more about our Poseidon AX system
Atomic resolution imaging at high temperatures using TEAM microscope
Imaging the magnetic flux evolution of nanoparticles using EELS and Off-Axis Holography
Uncovering coalescence mechanisms during electric-field assisted sintering
Uncovering catalyst degradation mechanisms for improved automotive fuel cells
Observing the lithiation and delithiation process during electric cycling of nanoscale battery
Nucleation and growth of lithium deposits during electrochemical sweeping
Improving coulombic efficiency of lithium-ion batteries with in situ quantitative electrochemistry
Watch dynamic behavior of real samples in situ.