Battery Development

    Structural and compositional analyses are indispensable to the development of battery materials. The sample holders controlling the measurement atmosphere are useful for gas and water sensitive materials. The detailed characterizations by advanced calculations and in-operando measurements are available in the laboratory systems now.  Here are Rigaku’s solutions for battery material developments.

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    Development lifecycle

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    Material development

    The material development process is for mixing the raw materials evenly and crushing them. To check the raw materials, XRD and XRF are often used.

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    Crystal structure analysis is useful for clarifying the identity of the synthesized battery material. For crystal structure analysis, analysis of the average structure by Rietveld refinement and analysis of local structure by PDF analysis is generally used.

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    Battery performance

    The effectiveness of new battery materials is assessed by studying crystalline phase changes and deterioration behavior through charge/discharge cycles. X-ray diffraction (XRD) or X-ray microscopy (XRM) enables non-destructive observation of material characteristics and behavior during these cycles.

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    Recommended products

    Rigaku's products for battery development

    Multipurpose XRD system with built-in intelligent guidance SmartLab

    Recommended for in-oeprando measurements and for determination of 3-dimensional structure using PDF analysis.

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    Multipurpose benchtop X-ray powder diffractometer MiniFlex

    Recommended for phase analysis, quantitative analysis, adnd crystallite size analysis.

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