| Analysis of Phosphate and Manganese Degradation Products in Aged Lithium-Ion Batteries by IC and HRMS |
Experts provide an overview of ongoing investigation and introduce new findings aimed at identifying ionic manganese and phosphate degradation products, and elucidating their mechanisms.
| Speciation Analysis of Manganese Dissolution in Li-Ion Batteries |
Manganese-based LIBs are environmentally friendly, have a good safety record, and can be produced at a lower cost than other metal-based LIBs; however, they have a shorter lifetime. One reported cause of lifetime loss is the dissolution of manganese from the cathode into the electrolyte during cycling (i.e., charging/discharging). This presentation will discuss the analysis of cycled anode material and the separation of different degradation products.
| On Demand Webinar: Simplify Monitoring of Ultratrace Levels of Contamination Ions in Semiconductor High-Purity Water Systems with On-Line IC |
On-line IC delivers ionic contamination analysis in a simple and versatile package. Learn how Thermo Scientific™ Dionex™ Integral™ IC systems allow migration from lab-based IC to multistream IC analysis systems that deliver sub-ppb results.
| A Comparative Analysis of Semiconductor Electroplating Bath Additives by CVS and HPLC |
A Comparative Analysis of Semiconductor Electroplating Bath Additives by CVS and HPLC
| Simplify Monitoring of Ultratrace Levels of Corrosive Ions in Steam Power Systems with On-Line IC |
Simplify Monitoring of Ultratrace Levels of Corrosive Ions in Steam Power Systems with On-Line IC
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| Advantages of Monitoring Industrial Gases using Online FTIR Spectroscopy |
FTIR spectroscopy offers several advantages for monitoring gases produced in industrial production, including combustion emissions and gases from production processes. The advantages are the ability to measure multiple gases simultaneously, rapidly, and continuously. This webinar explains practical considerations for use of FTIR for online monitoring, as well as common errors and pitfalls that must be avoided for accurate results.
| Rapid Combustion Analysis using FTIR Spectroscopy |
FTIR spectroscopy is a robust analytical method that can monitor multiple compounds in exhaust gases online, with low detection limits and rapid response. This webinar discusses the challenges industrial chemists and engineers experience in assessing gaseous products of combustion found in: Engines and catalytic converter design: ability to measure 5 samples/second when reducing NOx emissions in the Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) cycle using ammonia or urea (NH3) Power plants and cement factories: need to analyze HCl and SO2 emissions to meet stringent regulatory standards Materials fire-safety testing: need to rapidly identify toxic breakdown products (such as HCl, HF, HBr, or CH2O) for safety considerations
| Fundamentals of Industrial Gas Analysis using FTIR Spectroscopy |
Online FTIR instrumentation provides a flexible, practical analytical technique as manufacturing facilities implement advanced diagnostics and environmental monitoring of their industrial gas streams. From continuous emission monitoring (CEM) to semiconductor gas purity monitoring at part-per-billion contaminant levels, FTIR offers researchers an invaluable window into the chemical composition of their gas streams.This webinar introduces listeners to the fundamental strengths, weaknesses, pros and cons of industrial FTIR analysis, with example applications and comparisons to competing techniques.
| Fire Science Gas Analysis by FTIR |
Scientists in the field of fire safety or fire protection engineering analyze the combustion gases evolved when a material burns under different conditions.Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy provides fire safety engineers a useful analytic tool for on-line analysis of as many as 25 gas species of interest, including highly toxic acids such as HF, HCl, or HCN. Depending on the system configuration, detection limits of low parts-per-million (ppm) may be sampled to monitor evolved gases continuously.
| FTIR for Gas-phase Synfuels and BioGas Applications |
FTIR spectroscopy may be useful for engineers and scientists involved in renewable energy research, such as anaerobic digestion of landfill or agricultural products to evolve methane for generation of electricity. FTIR can be used to monitor major components (CH4, CO, CO2), contaminants (siloxanes, acids such as HCl), and combustion products (NO, NO2, N2O).This webinar provides an introduction to FTIR for Biogas analysis, including sampling considerations and factors in quantitative analysis
| Driving Confidence in Your Process: Tools for FTIR QA/QC|
Whether your data will be used in process control, in court, or in assuring upstream and downstream quality, you need hardware and software tools designed to give your stakeholders – and you – confidence. The Thermo Scientific line of FTIR spectrometers provides everything you need, from ASTM compliance to digital signatures. This webinar will examine some of these tools and show practical processes for data-critical labs.
| Problem Solving with Molecular Spectroscopy in Industrial Laboratories – (Part 2) Analytical Services|
Infrared and Raman spectroscopy play an essential role in the Analytical Services laboratories of many industrials. A basic technique for chemical analysis, vibrational spectroscopies are fast and easily performed. Samples generally require little preparation and modern data analysis software provides answers quickly. Our informative one-hour webinar explores the value of vibrational spectroscopy and how it solves problems on a daily basis. As a leading developer of spectroscopic instrumentation and software, we demonstrate some of latest developments in the industry including identifying multi-components in mixtures, contaminant identification and microscopy. Along the way we offer a number of useful tips such as choosing the best spectral libraries and how to do chemical imaging.
| Achieving Lean Manufacturing with NIR Spectroscopy |
Food and feed production continues to evolve with more efficient, lean, and automated manufacturing designed to improve plant productivity while reducing costs. NIR spectroscopy helps companies achieve lean manufacturing with fast, low cost analysis, that fits into automated processes. NIR replaces lengthy and complex laboratory testing methods that can be labor intensive, require instrument maintenance, and use costly consumables. Learn how to apply NIR analysis to your production and: Determine the quality of incoming ingredients at intake Monitor and control your manufacturing to maximize efficiency and quality Guarantee product meets final product specifications before shipment Reduce costs with rapid analysis that replaces wet-chemistry testing
| Near Infrared Analysis of Biofuels |
Learn how the flexibility of Near-Infrared (NIR) can help you analyze raw materials, in-process streams and final products for key components of interest in the biofuel industry. An NIR analyzer can replace multiple traditional analytical techniques, saving you time and money through reduced chemical and disposable cost. The ability of NIR to sample in-, on- or at-line allows each facility to set up the ideal monitoring protocol for their process.
| From surface to cell: understanding the lithium-ion battery |
Presenter: Molly Isermann, Market Development Manager, Thermo Fisher Scientific In our energy savvy society, we are seeing an increasing demand for renewable energy and new trends in energy storage. Although lithium-ion batteries offer the highest energy density among present commercial rechargeable batteries, the technology is still in need of vast improvements. Researchers seek solutions to understanding a diverse family of materials and chemical effects in lithium-ion batteries. Breaking through the ceiling of technology restraints is critical, and part of understanding the lithium-ion battery in full includes the chemistry inside of the cell. This webinar illustrates how the lithium-ion battery works, and in effect, what types of problems are investigated within the laboratory. It will be the first part in a series of solution-focused webinars showing how we can help resolve the lithium-ion batteries’ complicated mysteries.
What you will learn: The lithium-ion battery defined Major research pieces in question Influential battery components Lithium-ion battery problems
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