Electrochemical and High Temperature Battery Facility
Hall of Glass Science, Room 105
The electrochemical and high temperature battery facility is used to study the energy storage and electrochemical properties of organic and inorganic materials at both room temperature and elevated temperatures.
The lab houses a stainless-steel glove box, a 32-channel battery tester and a high-accuracy thermal chamber which are dedicated to coin cell making and battery performance testing at both room temperature and elevated temperatures. The lab is also equipped with advanced Multi-beam optical stress sensor (MOSS) for in situ stress evolution study of battery electrodes during charge/discharge cycles.
In addition to energy storage characterization capability, an electrochemical analyzer is available for property characterization of oxides and carbon materials as enzymatic or non-enzymatic electrochemical biosensors.
For more information about research and analytical services, please contact Dr. Scott Misture.