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Thorough validation of the ECD-3-nano dilatometry cell and reliable data on the expansion of graphite and NMCs with different nickel contents. Comparison of XRD data of crystral structure changes of NCMs and electrode expansion reveals limited correlation between the two. [more]

The funding for the Geothermal Alliance Bavaria (GAB) collaborative research project, which is being carried out by the Technical University of Munich together with the Friedrich Alexander University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, the University of Bayreuth, the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich and the Munich University of Applied Sciences, will enter its second phase from 2021 to... [more]

Das Team der Forschungsneutronenquelle Heinz Maier-Leibnitz (FRM II) sucht zum nächstmöglichen Zeitpunkt in Vollzeit (40,1 h/Woche) eine*n Wissenschaftler (m/w/d) im Bereich Batterieforschung. [more]

The successful collaboration among the Chair of Technical Electrochemistry (TEC), the Institute for Machine Tools and Industrial Management (iwb), and the Institute for Electrical Energy Storage Technology (EES) within the projects ExZellTUM II (grant no.: 03XP0081) und ExZellTUM III (grant no.: 03XP0255) supported by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)... [more]

The "battery with windows" makes it possible to measure the lithium concentration within an electrode as a function of depth during charging and discharging with the help of neutrons. The new technique can help clarify reaction mechanisms in batteries and understand ageing phenomena. [more]


MSE Research News

Thorough validation of the ECD-3-nano dilatometry cell and reliable data on the expansion of graphite and NMCs with different nickel contents. Comparison of XRD data of crystral structure changes of NCMs and electrode expansion reveals limited correlation between the two. [more]

The successful collaboration among the Chair of Technical Electrochemistry (TEC), the Institute for Machine Tools and Industrial Management (iwb), and the Institute for Electrical Energy Storage Technology (EES) within the projects ExZellTUM II (grant no.: 03XP0081) und ExZellTUM III (grant no.: 03XP0255) supported by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)... [more]

The "battery with windows" makes it possible to measure the lithium concentration within an electrode as a function of depth during charging and discharging with the help of neutrons. The new technique can help clarify reaction mechanisms in batteries and understand ageing phenomena. [more]

The paper reports investigations of the formation of space charge layers at different electrode polarisations using impedance spectroscopy. Which are analysed with a physical equivalent circuit model describing the response of the solid/solid interfaces under blocking conditions. [more]

The Institute for Electrical Energy Storage Technology exists now for 10 years. Therefore we offer an overview over the research, the projects and the tasks of the Institute in a revised brochure about the Institute. You can download the brochure here. [more]