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Materials Science and Nanomaterials Group Faculty of Chemistry Jagiellonian University
keywords: new materials, nanomaterials, lithium batteries, electrochemical measurements
offer number: 70
research topics:
  • new generation of cathode materials for lithium batteries (nanocomposite materials);
  • total, low-temperature oxidation of volatile organic compounds and their halogenated derivatives.
test equipment:
  • desktop powder diffractometer D2 Phaser (Bruker);
  • cooling adapter LN2;
  • four-stand handling chamber UNILAB (M. Braun Intergas-Systeme) for multifunctional electrochemical stand;
  • current amplifier Booster 20A (BSTR20A to AUTOLAB) for multifunctional electrochemical stand.
comercial research:
  • lithium batteries;
  • stacks and high power, electrochemical batteries;
  • testing of small quantities of powder samples without the effect of the background, including clayey materials;
  • characterization of thermal and chemical stability of the electrode materials used in lithium battery technology;
  • installation of lithium batteries;
  • electrochemical measurements;
  • studies on stacks, high-power electrochemical batteries and capacitors.

Methods and research techniques:

  • powder diffraction methods (XRD);
  • electrochemical methods.
variants of cooperation: contract research, project, consortium
type of services: analysis, devices for rent, expertises

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