New Instruments for Battery and Fuel Cell Research
Jülich, 12 December 2013 – Jülich research on the energy storage and conversion systems of the future is to be expanded further. Two new instruments will present scientists with new opportunities for investigating processes in batteries and fuel cells during operation. Together they cost around € 1.2 million. The two new instruments are spectrometers – a 400 megahertz nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer and an electron spin resonance spectrometer. It is planned to put them into operation at the Institute of Energy and Climate Research in early 2014.