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Characterizing Li-Ion Battery Separators - Pore Structure Determination

The AutoPore V uses mercury porosimetry that can be used for characterization of Li-ion battery separators and electrodes.​​​​​​​

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This uniquely valuable technique delivers speed, accuracy, and characterization of properties critical to safety, energy density, and longer cycle life. This application note will describe a test methodology using the AutoPore V, and its MicroActive software, to characterize the pore structure of a Li-ion battery separator.

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