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Materials-Electrolyte-sensing Innovations Towards improved and Sustainable Battery Chemistries

ESRF Colloquium
Start Date
13-01-2023 14:00
End Date
13-01-2023 15:30
ESRF Auditorium and Zoom
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Anne-Françoise Maydew

Scientific contact(s)
Patrick Bruno



"Materials-Electrolyte-sensing Innovations Towards improved and Sustainable Battery Chemistries

Friday, January 13th, 2:00 p.m. (Paris time)

Presented by Jean-Marie Tarascon, Collège de France, Paris

Venue: ESRF Auditorium and Zoom



Batteries, as one of the most versatile energy storage technologies, play a central role in the ongoing transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy. They are becoming the heart of our society owing to the key role they play within the field of electrical mobility, grid applications and connected objects. Therefore, the enhancement of the battery performance, reliability, longevity and sustainability becomes a crucial challenge for the years to come, as it will enable to reduce their environment footprint. To meet this challenge, new materials concepts together with novel “greener” chemistries, advanced electrolyte designs and innovative sensing strategies are sorely needed. This presentation will address these various aspects through specific examples dealing with recent advances on Na-on chemistry and battery diagnostics.

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