Tag Archive for: X-ray diffraction

Latest work on diffraction tomography of a commercially-available cylindrical NMC liion battery

We are excited to share with you our work on a commercially-available cylindrical NMC li-ion battery using XRD-CT. The paper, entitled “Cycling Rate-Induced Spatially-Resolved Heterogeneities in Commercial Cylindrical Li-Ion Batteries, was published as open access in Small Methods: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/smtd.202100512. The work was led by our R&D Lead Scientist Dr Antony Vamvakeros and Dr Dorota Matras […]

Watch recorded webinar on Chemical Tomography and Neural Networks

Our Research and Development Lead Scientist Antony Vamvakeros gave a webinar on chemical tomography and neural networks on the 20th May hosted by the Neel Institut Synchrotron X-ray chemical tomography methods combine a scattering or spectroscopic technique with a tomographic data acquisition approach. These non-destructive methods yield a cross-section of the studied sample where each […]

Our paper on the first X-ray diffraction tomography experiment of real-life size micro-tubular SOFC has been published in Nature Communications

Our new work on a state-of-the-art SOFC has been published in a paper “Design of next-generation ceramic fuel cells and real-time characterization with synchrotron X-ray diffraction computed tomography“ in Nature Communications. Solid oxide fuel cells offer a clean and efficient means of producing electricity through a variety of fuels. However, miniaturization of cell dimensions for […]