Advanced Single Particle Measurement for Next-generation Battery Materials


Kei Nishikawa

ICYS-GREEN Researcher


Nowadays, the rechargeable batteries are very important energy storage devices for the sustainable energy system. Especially, Li-ion batteries(LIBs) are very attractive due to the high energy density. Generally speaking, the electrode of LIBs is gcomposite electrodeh which is consisted of active materials, binders, conductive agents and current collector. In order to understand the intrinsic property of the active material, the single particle measurement technique is very useful because this technique can measure the electrochemical performance of only active materials, without the binders and conductive agents. In this talk, I will show the recent progress of this technique.