Studies of materials and electrochemical devices using advanced magnetic resonance imaging (online seminar)
Jeudi 20/01/2022, 11:00-12:15

MRI techniques provide unique information not available through other physical modalities. MRI of solids, however, is challanged by short lifetime of NMR signals and normally considered not practical. 

The use of advanced purely phase encoded MRI techniques (such as SPRITE) allows visualization of various soild-phase systems with high temporal resolution. 

In this presentation, recent solid-state MRI studies of electrochemical materials and commercial Li-ion cells are demonstrated. The developed approaches have a great potential in fundamental and commercial applications. 



Observation of memory effects associated with degradation of rechargeable lithium-ion cells using ultrafast surface-scan magnetic resonance imaging

K Romanenko, A Jerschow, Journal of Materials Chemistry A 9 (37), 21078-21084

Distortion-free inside-out imaging for rapid diagnostics of rechargeable Li-ion cells

K Romanenko, A Jerschow, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (38), 18783-18789

Accurate visualization of operating commercial batteries using specialized magnetic resonance imaging with magnetic field sensing

K Romanenko, PW Kuchel, A Jerschow, Chemistry of Materials 32 (5), 2107-2113

In situ MRI of operating solid-state lithium metal cells based on ionic plastic crystal electrolytes

K Romanenko, L Jin, P Howlett, M Forsyth, Chemistry of Materials 28 (8), 2844-2851

Anisotropic MRI contrast reveals enhanced ionic transport in plastic crystals

K Romanenko, L Jin, LA Madsen, JM Pringle, LA O’Dell, M Forsyth, Journal of the American Chemical Society 136 (44), 15638-15645

MRI studies of plastic crystals

K Romanenko, Annual Reports on NMR Spectroscopy 91, 67-114


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Contact : Corinne CHEVALLARD



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