Neutrons supercharge fuel cell research
Categorie(s) : News, Research
Published : 7 December 2021
For research, this means that quasi-elastic neutron scattering can be used to characterize ion dynamics, for example, and that neutron imaging can be used to observe batteries during operation to better understand the phenomena behind aging. Neutron techniques aren’t new to Irig. The lab has published many papers on research using these advanced techniques and has developed a high level of expertise. Irig’s researchers are also experts at building electrochemical cells for research and processing complex data.