Lithium-Ion Rechargeable Batteries and Fuel Cells
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We offer numerous applications for analytical and testing areas.
- Electrolytic solutions in lithium ion rechargeable batteries consist of organic solvents (most of the carbonate series), electrolytes, and additives.
A GC-MS is useful for the evaluation of electrolytic solutions and for analyzing degradation due to repeated charging and discharging. This datasheet introduces a sample analysis of an electrolytic solution from a lithium ion rechargeable battery using a GC-MS.
- Servopulser EHF-UM/UV Series/Servopulser EMT Series
Actual Battery Tests (Nail Penetration/Crush) and Fatigue Testing of Various Actual Parts and Materials for Automobiles. These testing machines evaluate the durability of the component members of batteries and finished battery products against repeated stress, and can apply accurate loads (e.g. test force, displacement) at high speed.They also support nail penetration testing and crush testing. Moreover, they are compatible with constant-temperature environments. The hydraulic model (EHF-U series) is ideal for large-capacity specimens, and the easy-to-install electromagnetic model (EMT series) for small-capacity specimens.
- Particle Size Distribution Measurement of Cathode/Anode Active Materials
SALD-7500 nano Nanoparticle Size Analyzer
This analyzer measures the distribution of particle size of cathode and anode active materials, for example. It utilizes the laser diffraction/scattering method and incorporates a semiconductor laser light source, thus enabling the measurement of particle sizes of 7 nm to 800 μm. A variety of options are also available, including a high-concentration sample measurement system and software for gathering data at 1-second intervals.
- High-Sensitivity Inorganic Gas Analysis, GC-2014 Gas Chromatograph
This instrument can measure down to the ppm region, which could not be analysed by conventional TCD. It can measure CO in gas emissions from reformers at high sensitivity.