Case Study

Battery Research at KIT Driving a Sustainable Electric Future


Research into battery technology is a thriving and crucial part of governmental efforts to transition economies to a more sustainable model. The scientists involved are developing totally new materials and battery cells which ultimately aim to benefit society and the ecosystems that sustain it by accelerating the switch from burning fossil fuels to renewables and thereby cutting harmful CO2 emissions. See how PerkinElmer work with Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), The Research University in the Helmholtz Association, providing instrumentation, expertise and support for their material science investigations. In this case study we focus on the challenges of studying electrolytes using gas chromatography GCMS.