Institute for Inorganic Chemistry II
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Even today, electrochemical energy storage systems play a major role in our everyday lives. In the course of digitalization and the increasing expansion of electro mobility, not only the demand but also the requirements in terms of energy and power density as well as longevity will increase. Raman spectroscopy can be used to observe the electrochemical processes taking place within the electrodes during charging and discharging in real time. This knowledge enables the targeted synthesis of new electrode materials with properties adapted to the respective requirements.