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Small Split Cell with Quartz Window for In-Situ Optical Microscope Analysis of SSB Interface - EQ-STC-SSI (부가세 별도)

Small Split Cell with Quartz Window for In-Situ Optical Microscope Analysis of SSB Interface - EQ-STC-SSI (부가세 별도)

기본 정보
Product Name Small Split Cell with Quartz Window for In-Situ Optical Microscope Analysis of SSB Interface - EQ-STC-SSI (부가세 별도)
Sale Price 2,180,000원
Product Code EQ-STC-SSI
Quantity 수량증가수량감소
상품 옵션
 

EQ-STC-SSI-S is a small splittable test cell with optical grade quartz widow to analyze the interface of solid-state battery electrodes, mainly dendrite growth,  via an optical microscope. 
Two small plates driven by screws would press the cathode, solid electrolyte, and anode electrode together.


SPECIFICATIONS:

Test Cell
  • The cell case is made of Nylon
  • Sealed by the silicone O-rings
  • Two pressing plates are made of stainless steel 304 with the gold coating
  • Two brass pressing screws for Cathode ad Anode
  • Max Force:  1500N  ( applied by tightening screws manually)
Quartz Observation Window
  • The window is made of optical grade quartz glass
  • Diameter: 50.8 mm
  • Thickness: 0.5 mm
  • Most microscope lenses are compatible
  • Only clean the glass with lens wipes.
  • Note: Glass is fragile and attached to the case with adhesive. Please handle with extreme care. In case of fracture or debounding, please contact MTI to order replacement glasses.
Cell Structure and Dimension
  • Cell Structure: Cathode - Solid-state electrolyte - Anode
  • Diameters could be 20 mm, 12 mm, 10 mm, or 6 mm
  • Clcik to enlargen
Dimensions

  • Assembly: 105 mm L × 60 mm W × 40mm H
  •   (Click the picture for detail)
Operational Instruction
    
Warranty
  • Battery Test Cells are considered consumables and are not covered by warranty 
Application Notes
  • This test cell is compatible with MTI's microscope EQ-MM500T-USB
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  • Microscopy pictures showing Steel-Lithium-Steel interface observation at various magnifications
  • > X400 focus becomes difficult due to glass window.
  x 50     x100    x200    X400 
(Optical Magnification = objective lens × eye lens)