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A team of scientists from the Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory (EMSL) and University of Texas at Austin are focusing on understanding next-generation high capacity anode materials for Li ion batteries that can be useful for electric vehicles, grid integration, and high performance consumer electronics. This scanning electron microscope (SEM) image is of amorphous silicon balls that are studied using multimodal chemical imaging capabilities including EMSLs in-situ transmission electron microscopy, atom probe tomography, and computational simulations to understand the changes it undergoes during its usage as anode in a Li ion battery. These amorphous Silicon nanoparticles were synthesized by UT Austin collaborators.

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