In this joint Webinar with Brown University and General Motors — In-Situ Studies of SEI Evolution in Li-Ion Batteries: Morphology, Mechanics, and Electrochemistry — Dr. Xingcheng Xiao and Ravi Kumar discuss their studies on in-situ and in-operando characterization of Li-Ion Batteries in a glovebox with < 1 ppm O2 and H2O stable environment.
The speakers are able to show, for the first time, the in-operando cracking of the SEI layer and its impact on surface morphology, mechanics, and electrochemistry. They then offer guidance on tailoring passivation layers for optimal performance of Li-Ion batteries.
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This webinar was presented on: November 16, 2016
Dr. Xingcheng Xiao
Staff Scientist, General Motors Global R&D Center