understanding materials challenges for rechargeable ion batteries with in situ transmission electron microscopy
Deep understanding of material behavior in complex electro-chemical environments is essential for the development of the next generation of advanced materials
Rechargeable ion batteries.
Until the emergence of various on-site representation techniques, the dynamic conditions inside the working battery were studied in depth. Real-
The time transmission electron microscopy of the electro-chemical reaction is one of the most important breakthroughs, which will make a fundamental change in our knowledge of the behavior of materials in the electro-chemical environment.
Therefore, this review summarizes the scientific findings of in-situ transmission electron microscopy and highlights in particular the applicability of this technology in addressing key challenges in rechargeable ion battery electrodes, the electrolyte and its interface.
Considering the rapid increase in the application of in-situ transmission electron microscopy in these fields, including new electro-chemical systems such as lithium-oxygen, lithium-sulfur and lithium-ion batteries.
System Comparison of lithium ion batteries
Based on sodium ion-
Based on their differences in thermodynamics and dynamics, chemical-based methods are also given.
The effect of the electron beam on the effectiveness of in situ observations was also discussed.
The conclusion of this review is to provide a new perspective for the future direction of the Zhongyuan transmission electron microscope for rechargeable ion batteries.