C&EN Webinars

Materials Analysis Challenges for Battery Recyclers

From Atomic Spectroscopy to Thermal Analysis

March 15, 2022
8:00 a.m. PDT, 11:00 a.m. EDT, 15:00 GMT, 16:00 CET - Duration: 60 Minutes


In this Webinar you will learn about the analytical techniques solving today’s challenges in battery component recycling. Learn about robust and practical atomic spectroscopy solutions which detect and mitigate against cross-contamination during the recycling process. See examples of TGA and STA in understanding the degradation and thermal properties of battery materials. Learn how this knowledge allows recyclers to understand the behavior of certain materials during processing. Drive the development of more circular input structures by finding the best laboratory analysis solutions for material reclaim and reuse.

Key Learning Objectives:
  • Understand trends and challenges facing battery recyclers
  • Get an overview of recycling processes and approaches
  • Recognize and prevent cross-contamination of materials during the recycling process
  • Compare ICP-OES vs ICP-MS technologies for materials reclaim
  • Gain insights into pyrometallurgical recycling with TGA and STA analysis

Who Should Attend:
  • Battery and energy storage researchers
  • Laboratory managers
  • Materials scientists
  • Academic researchers in the field
  • Principal investigators on energy-related projects
  • Scientists at battery manufacturers or recycling specialists

Brought to you by:


Sascha Nowak
Head of Analytics & Environment,
MEET Battery Research Center
Ryan Purcell-Joiner
Senior Application Scientist,
PerkinElmer Inc.
Gerlinde Wita
Global Market Leader,
PerkinElmer Inc.
Kieran Evans
Application Scientist,
PerkinElmer Inc.
Jeff Huber
AContributing Editor,
C&EN Media Group


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