Journal Highlight: Investigation concerning the applicability of Raman spectroscopy for prospective inline monitoring of electrode processing for lithium ion batteries

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  • Published: Oct 3, 2011
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Investigation concerning the applicability of Raman spectroscopy for prospective inline monitoring of electrode processing for lithium ion batteries

Materialwissenschaft und Werkstofftechnik, 2011, 42, 820-826
U. Langklotz, M. Schneider, C. Seifert, A. Michaelis

Abstract: Raman spectroscopy was used for investigation of tape-cast LCO foils. The aim of the work was to test the suitability of a portable and cost-effective Raman spectrometer as a tool for inline monitoring of electrode processing. The influence of device-specific limitations, as well as intrinsic material properties, of LCO electrodes was investigated. It could be shown that the heat impact caused by laser excitation is negligible. Typical electrode properties as roughness or orientation do not significantly influence the Raman measurements. Based on this investigation, Raman spectroscopy is a promising tool for intended inline monitoring.

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 A portable and cost-effective Raman spectrometer was tested for the inline monitoring of electrode processing using tape-cast LCO foils as examples.

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