ZEISS Microscopy

In this new 42-page WILEY ebook, get an overview of how microscopy can be applied in energy materials research.
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  • Microscopy techniques & their benefits for energy materials research
  • Microscopy-enabled accomplishments in energy materials research
    (11 short versions of selected peer-reviewed articles from various WILEY journals)
  • Current challenges & future developments in microscopy applications for energy materials
    (Interview with Professor Paul Shearing from the University College London)

 


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Energy Materials Research


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Table of Contents

Editorial

3

Introduction

5

Insights into the Effect of Structural Heterogeneity in Carbonized Electrospun Fibrous Mats for Flow Battery Electrodes by X-Ray Tomography

9

Optimized Design Principles for Silicon-Coated Nanostructured Electrode Materials and their Application in High-Capacity Lithium-Ion Batteries

12

High Resolution SEM Characterizatio nof Nano-Precipitates in ODS Steels

14

X-Ray Nano-Computed Tomography of Electrochemical Conversion in Lithium-Ion Battery

17

Evidence of Multimicrometric Coherent γ’ Precipitates in a Hot-Forged γ-γ’ Nickel-Based Superalloy

20

Improved Interfaces of Mechanically Modified Lithium Electrodes with Solid Polymer Electrolytes

22

Size Effects on the Mechanical Properties of Nanoporous Graphene Networks

25

Lithiation-Induced Dilation Mapping in a Lithium-Ion Battery Electrode by 3D X-Ray Microscopy and Digital Volume Correlation

28

Multi-Scale Imaging of Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cells using X-ray Microand Nano-Computed Tomography

30

Algorithmic Structural Segmentation of Defective Particle Systems: A lithium-Ion Battery Study

33

The Effect of Ink Dilution and Evaporation on the Microstructures of Catalyst Layers in Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cells

36

Imaging Electrochemical Processes: An Interview with Paul Shearing

39