In order to meet the challenges of more economical and environmentally benign energy production, a new generation of complex materials and devices are being developed, such as thin film solar cells, fuel cells and batteries. In all stages of development, there is a requirement for materials characterization and analysis.
Recent developments in spectrometer hardware and software design have made the unique capabilities of X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) and energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDS) more accessible to scientists and engineers.
In this webinar, our colleagues Dr Tim Nunney and Dr Nick Bulloss from Thermo Fisher Scientific together with Dr Harry Meyer, a Researcher at Oak Ridge National Laboratories, describe with examples, how EDS and XPS can be used to both characterize and perform failure analysis on modern energy materials.
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The Webinar is scheduled for Monday 6th December at 14:00 Greenwich MeanTime (15:00 Central European Time, 09:00 Eastern Standard Time).